Smart Mobility

Smart mobility is a phenomenon around which we attract specialists, developers and actors within and outside our own organisation. We expand our network of experts to develop new technologies and service solutions to promote traffic, logistics and human needs.

We are seeking brave partners, such as service providers, technology companies, investors and researchers to join us in the creation of smarter mobility to benefit users. Together with the users and through trials we will find smart mobility applications in areas such as the development of autonomous vehicles.

Projects

  • Sohjoa Baltic

    Urban transportation is shifting toward electrification and automation, aiming to energy efficiency and safety for passengers. This change requires collaboration among public administration, research and stakeholders in developing, testing and promoting these technologies in public transportation. The project studies legal aspects and pilots the driverless first/last mile transportation solution in the cities across the Baltic Sea Region. The consortium partners are from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Norway, Poland and Sweden. Funded from Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme, 2017-2020.

    Read more from Sohjoa Baltic website.

  • FABULOS

    The FABULOS (Future Automated Bus Urban Level Operation System) is a research and development project to establish and to deliver a systemic proof-of-concept on automated last mile public transport as part existing transport system of urban areas, based on the use of self-driving minibuses. The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and runs from 1 January 2018 until 31 December 2020. The partners are from Estonia, Finland, Greece, the Netherlands, Norway and Portugal.

    Read more from FABULOS website.

  • mySMARTLife

    Supporting the transition of EU cities towards a new concept of Smart Life and Economy, the project is funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. Under the coordination of CARTIF Technology Centre, 27 partners from 6 countries are collaborating to make sustainable cities with smart people and a smart economy a reality. Activities will take place in the three demonstration cities Nantes, Hamburg and Helsinki. The three follower cities Bydgoszcz, Rijeka and Palencia will learn from these experiences.

    Read more from mySMARTLife website.

  • Helsinki RobobusLine

    The first long-lasting robot bus experiment in Finland, supported by the Helsinki City Innovation Fund and part of EU-wide H2020 mySMARTLife, the project aims of creating base for automated public transport. The project also supports the ability of Finnish companies to produce technology and business for automated buses and routes. In the project an automated bus is running during two years on public open roads among mixed vehicle traffic in Helsinki; Kivikko in 2018, Kalasatama in 2019.

    Read more from Helsinki RobobusLine website.

  • Jätkäsaari Smart Mobility

    The project is creating an urban test area for smart mobility solutions, where SMEs and startups specialising in mobility are provided with support in developing their business and opportunities to pilot their solutions in an interesting environment. Jätkäsaari is a seaside district in Helsinki, being developed into a nationally unique centre of new mobility, where companies can test their solutions with real customers and in real life traffic conditions.The project partners are Forum Virium Helsinki, Helsinki Business Hub and Metropolia University of Applied Sciences. Funded from European Regional Development Fund and Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council.

    Read more from Jätkäsaari Smart Mobility website.

  • Perille Asti - Last Mile

    In the Helsinki capital region, the project aims at developing sustainable mobility service concepts for the needs of tourism companies in particular. The market-driven services created in the project will complement the current transport system, with target areas of Nuuksio and Rantaraitti in Espoo, Aviapolis and other tourist destinations in Vantaa and in the areas of Jätkäsaari and Ruoholahti in Helsinki. The project partners are City of Vantaa, Aalto University Foundation, Forum Virium Helsinki, Espoo Marketing, Metropolia University of Applied Sciences and Demos ry. 2017-2019.

    Read more from Perille Asti - Last Mile website.

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