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ELVITEN demuestra cómo los vehículos eléctricos ligeros (EL-V) se pueden utilizar en áreas urbanas y se pueden integrar en la red de transporte existente de seis ciudades europeas.

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Micro-mobility: the next big thing?

On 14 October 2019, the European Commission (DG MOVE) organised a conference on ‘Micro-mobility: the next big thing?’ in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The conference discussed new transport developments of micro-mobility such as electric scooters, bikes, mopeds, and drones.

Together with representatives of city authorities, micro-mobility companies and the European Commissioner for Transport Ms. Violeta Bulc, the conference aimed to be the first large-scale event to provide a platform to discuss the challenges and opportunities micro-mobility presents for people moving in urban areas and for deliveries. The agenda of the conference included workshops, presentations, an exhibition and panel discussions. The first panel ‘Is there a role investors and regulators can play in micro-mobility?’ discussed how micro-mobility can be promoted from the regulatory and the entrepreneurial side.

Commissioner Bulc emphasized that the micro-mobility brings challenges in three key areas: investments, inclusion in public transport and safety. Risk of E-LVs includes that users tend to ignore existing traffic regulations and act irresponsible. Increasing numbers of users drinking and driving are challenging safe traffic. However, she highlighted that “micro-mobility is here to stay and will reshape the future of mobility. It will also contribute to the manifestation of the Vision Zero.”

Read more about the event here.

 

On 14 October 2019, the European Commission (DG MOVE) organised a conference on ‘Micro-mobility: the next big thing?’ in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The conference discussed new transport developments of micro-mobility such as electric scooters, bikes, mopeds, and drones. Together with representatives of city authorities, micro-mobility companies and the European Commissioner for Transport Ms. Violeta Bulc, the […]

ELVITEN AT IEEE SMC 2019

The city of Bari hosted the IEEE SMC 2019 conference on 6-9 October 2019. During the conference the ELVITEN project was showcased at the exhibition stand, managed by the Polytechnic University of Bari.

The IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics has been the flagship conference sponsored by the IEEE SMC Society for more than 35 years. It represents an international forum for researchers and practitioners to report up-to-the-minute innovation and development, summarize state-of-the-art, and exchange ideas and advances in all aspects of systems science and engineering, human-machine systems, and cybernetics.

The main theme of the 2019 conference was the Industry 4.0 that is opening new trends of automation, system sciences and cyber-physical systems. Industry 4.0 has the objective of creating “smart factories” where cyber-physical systems monitor physical processes, decentralized controllers monitor and manage the systems, Internet of Things communicates and cooperates with humans in real-time via the Internet of Things Services. More than 1000 people from all over the world were at the event.

Some information:

Submitted papers (proposal included): 1307

Submitted papers (withdraw included): 1211

Number of registrants: about 900

Number of sessions in the program (including Poster and Best Paper Sessions): 145 – 52 poster sessions – 93 oral sessions

POLIBA presented the results of the ELVITEN Project, talked about the pilot test of Bari and the planned usage schemes in Bari, the characteristics and the number of L1eA vehicles, the planned usage schemes in Bari and the updates of the project. During the days about 50 people tried the e-bike and the ELVITEN apps.

The conference was disseminated in several local and national media, namely “TGR-RAI” AND “TRM” TV channels, “Avvenire business” and “Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno” newspaper, and at the Poliba website.

Please find more information https://smc2019.org/

The city of Bari hosted the IEEE SMC 2019 conference on 6-9 October 2019. During the conference the ELVITEN project was showcased at the exhibition stand, managed by the Polytechnic University of Bari. The IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics has been the flagship conference sponsored by the IEEE SMC Society for more […]

ELVITEN at the 1st Restart mAI City Plug & Play Conference

In ELVITEN’s project city Trikala, the 1st Restart mAI City Plug & Play Conference took place on 26-28 September. The conference aims to familiarise all Greek Municipal Authorities with existing policies which affect the country’s mobility and with easy, functional and technological solutions. More than 400 employees from all over the country were expected to participate at the networking event in order to create friendly, functional, safe and smart cities in compliance with the EU Urban Agenda and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

On the first two days, policies and initiatives were discussed by the participants, focusing on a national and EU level such as mobility and sustainability in smart cities and the role of technology. The third day consisted of presentations and discussions on a local level, where the Municipality of Trikala had the opportunity to demonstrate its applied programmes and solutions such as Smart Trikala, MEA and Activage.

ELVITEN was presented at the conference at the exhibition as a joint stand with ICT4CART represented by the ELVITEN project coordinator – Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS).

 

In ELVITEN’s project city Trikala, the 1st Restart mAI City Plug & Play Conference took place on 26-28 September. The conference aims to familiarise all Greek Municipal Authorities with existing policies which affect the country’s mobility and with easy, functional and technological solutions. More than 400 employees from all over the country were expected to participate […]

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