Integrating Personalised Mobility Solutions for Digital Cities
July 14 - July 27, 2019
Most current digital public services are local and are most often developed in isolation from other local, national or international authorities. Independently developed digital services tend to be locked into specific standards, which obstructs the development of future cross-border services.
Mobility as a service integrates public, private, peer-to-peer, conventional, decarbonised, or autonomous transport for seamless door-to-door mobility services. It benefits from the increasing openness of citizens to participate in a sharing economy and developments in autonomous transport. This Summer School will explore several applications.
What happened at this location in the previous year
- Participants visited different organisations like Starship Technologies, Technopol, and TTÜ autonomous bus lab.
- Insights from companies working in the mobility solutions sphere like Taxify, Ridango, Elmo 2.0, Ecofleet and GoSwift
- 39 students developed 8 teams tackling a variety of challenges ranging from providing mobility as a service, traffic safety using open data, on-demand driving solutions as well as exploring mobility analytics