Focusing on the Bologna-Munich corridor, it leverages on the most recent 5G advances to provide a multi-tenant platform that supporting the automotive sector to deliver safer, greener, and more intelligent transportation with the ultimate goal of enabling self-driving cars.
It paves the way towards the transformation of carbon supplied cities into Smart, high efficient, intelligent and citizen oriented ones, developing urban technical green solutions and innovative business models, integrating the buildings, mobility and energy domains through ICT.
AIRBREAK tackles air quality issues in Ferrara, such as commuting issues, lack of urban greenery, lack of detailed and updated information about air quality, with an evidence/data based strategy and citizen-centric approach, integrating a set of innovative and tailor-based solutions.
It aims at efficient processes for the valorisation of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment, both through the regeneration and re-use of still usable devices, and the correct recycling and evaluation of valuable materials that can be reintroduced into the production cycle.
The project aims to create an intermodal network of sustainable mobility in the province of Ferrara (Italy). Main goal is the valorisation of the landscape and its transport network, combining both infrastructural interventions and citizens’ behavior change campaigns.
The CLIMB Ferrara project aims for the reduction of cars in front of the school, congesting vehicular traffic, but more than this want to improve health and safety of children, while at the same time supporting families in their daily need to bring children at school.
The S2HOES pilot project aims to assess whether the application of modern information and communication technologies as well as a gamification approach in the classroom can motivate more children to travel to school in an active, safe and sustainable way.
SMASH was a powerful and innovative web-based platform to enhance spatial data analysis about sustainable mobility in more than 10 pilot cities: the project contributed to a modal shift towards sustainable mobility and to a parallel reduction on CO2 emissions.
It delivered a disruptive business solution for a clean and congestion-free last mile logistics in urban areas, addressing the increasing traffic of goods for private and business consumers, the livability of city centers, the need of reducing operational costs for logistic operators.
SMALL set up the framework to steer the Europe-wide mobility ecosystem towards the “mobility as a service” model: open up more opportunities to mobility operators to offer new services, and provide citizens more flexible and personalized mobility solutions.