Eindhoven University of Technology – TU/e

Eindhoven University of Technology – TU/e

Projects EIT:


Walkable cities are safe, healthy, and friendly. Although urban planning has a key role in shaping citizens’ mobility patterns and behaviour, some tools can aid with the challenge of encouraging people to walk. FOLLOW aims to test a route planner […]


The Urban Mobility Operating System (UMOS) will be as a universal open service platform for optimised, customised and seamless mobility for travellers. The aim is to integrate various multi-modal mobility and related services into a one-stop platform.  However, UMOS is not only […]


Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) systems, which will become mandatory for all vehicles commercialised in the EU from 2022, enable speed alerts and, in some cases, automatic speed reduction and compliance. However, there are some issues that need resolving to support their correct use:  • What is the […]


Modelling bicycle user behavior and preferences with focus on e-bikes and long distance bicycle trips.