Bridging the gap between research and practitioners
Come and learn about the latest advancements in urban mobility Research and Innovation.
Research institutes, industries and public transport stakeholders will present new concepts, practical applications and research projects on the trends and challenges impacting the urban mobility landscape.
Wednesday, 4 March, in hall 2
10.15 to 11 a.m.: Investigating Travel Choices and On-Demand Mobility
On-demand- and shared-mobility services: investigating and modelling their actual impact on urban transport systems, business models and passenger behaviour.
- Investigating User's motivation to use Pooling Services by Karlsruhe Institute of Technologie
- mobiTopp – Investigating On-Demand Mobility with Agent-Based Travel Demand Simulation by Karlsruhe Institute of Technologie
- Innovative business models shaping flexible and shared mobility in Central Europe Regions: lessons from the Shareplace project by Redmint Impresa Sociale
- Strengthening public transportation by linking other modes: an application using the agent-based intermodal travel demand model mobiTopp by Insitute for Transport Studies
1.15 to 2 p.m.: Smart Mobility Design and Data Management
Smart platforms and tools, collaborative processes and data-sharing have seen significant developments over the last years. How can they help designing user-centric mobility services and infrastructures?
- "My-TRAC" My personal Travel Companion by Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
- Uptake the Shift2Rail Information technologies to facilitate MaaS enable by UITP
- BE OPEN “European forum and oBsErvatory for OPEN science in transport” by ECTRI
- Transport network design (T. NODE) tool for designing public transport networks by TUMCREATE Limited
- Interface of the private car with a multimodal predictive journey planner and with dynamic ridesharing by Cityway
3.15 to 4 p.m.: Advanced Technologies Reshaping Urban Mobility
Understanding the impact of connectivity, automation and e-mobility on urban mobility systems. Findings from current research and innovation.
- Addressing challenges of public acceptance of connected and autonomous vehicles by E-Bus Competence Center
- Effect of autonomous buses on vehicle scheduling by Széchenyi István University
- Evaluation of the automatibility of operational processes as basis for a generic concept for automated depots with driverless trams by Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
- Digital Twin - Rail vehicles as virtual assets in fleet management by Boom Software AG
- Integration of EVs in future cities – interoperability point of view by VTT