Video blog

I have a question for you on active mobility

Have you ever wondered how much are you contributing to save the planet with your urban mobility habits? Running 10 km every day to go to work means saving almost 700kg of CO2 per year. Therefore, every minor active mobility […]
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I have a question for you on mobility infrastructure

On 20 September, we officially inaugurated our Innovation Hub Central based in Munich. It was the first face to face event organised by EIT Urban Mobility since the COVID19 pandemic started. It was very nice to see our partners there […]
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I have a question for you: Intermodality

This month, we interviewed Edwin Heesakkers, director of Innovation Hub West for the EIT Urban Mobility. We wanted to learn how intermodality could make our cities more liveable and sustainable. This was what he told us!
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I have a question for you: Reduction of Pollution

This month, in our usual videoblog, we had 5 guests: Sigrid Ehrmann, Innovation Officer of the EIT Urban MobilityDaniel Serra, Director of Innovation Hub South at EIT Urban MobilityIris Cievas, CTO of HOPURaul Urbano, from CTAG and project leader of […]
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Learn with us about Public Realm

May has been the month dedicated to Public Realm. During this month, we have explored more about how to make public spaces more liveable. On this ocassion, we had four guests with us: Ulyana Vynyarchuk, Innovation Lifecycle Officer – Innovation […]
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Learning about future mobility with EIT Urban Mobility

Do you remember Back to Future? That amazing film that made us dream with flying cars and scooters and many more science fiction stuff?​ Today, we can start tasting how back to future looks like thanks to autonomous driving, connectivity, […]
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Interviewing Gareth Macnaughton on Mobility and Energy

In the first edition of our videoblog, we interviewed Gareth Macnaughton, Director of Innovation at EIT Urban Mobility, to deep dive more into the concept of Mobility and Energy, covering key points as the role of policy makers, the habits […]
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