From the Technology Center of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (CIT UPC) and the IN-MOVE by Railgrup cluster, the conference Door-to-door mobility is organized on Tuesday, May 31, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at CASA SEAT.
In this conference we will present different technologies, developed at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), which are being applied in real environments to solve mobility challenges.
In this context, the variables related to the optimization and management of the electrical charge, the use of data to plan mobility, the new user-centric mobility services, social equality, the digital divide, seamless mobility and even the pandemic covid-19 and changes in the mobility behavior of the population, acquire a new weighing.
Initiatives to define future mobility arouse great interest from citizens, companies and regulatory administrations. New technological trends allow an infinite range of possibilities to optimize and integrate commuting and, therefore, improve the quality of citizen's life.
As quoted in the European Commission's ERRAC 2030 document: “Climate change, increased traffic demand, congestion, security and sustainable energy supply are some of the main problems facing the European Union and the rest of the world."
At the same time, good accessibility is necessary for a society to function and to guarantee economic development, job creation and new mobility paradigms. All this will allow the development of door-to-door sustainable mobility models that provide a punctual, reliable, safe, protected and profitable service to citizens and companies.