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Universidad británica busca organismos que ofrezcan servicios de transporte multimodal para presentar una propuesta al programa H2020

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDUK20161125001
Publicado:
10/01/2017
Caducidad:
28/11/2017
Resumen:
Un consorcio coordinado por una universidad británica está interesado en desarrollar un sistema para mejorar el acceso a los servicios de transporte público y la experiencia. Este sistema ofrecerá beneficios a corto y largo plazo a todos los viajeros de transporte multimodal. Se buscan autoridades en el sector de transporte con el fin de presentar una propuesta a la convocatoria MG-8-4-2017 del programa H2020: Mejora de la accesibilidad, movilidad inclusiva y equidad: nuevas herramientas y modelos de negocio para transporte público en áreas prioritarias. La fecha límite de la convocatoria es el 1 de febrero de 2017.

Details

Tittle:
UK-based university seeks organisations providing multi-modal transport services for a H2020 proposal
Summary:
A UK-based consortium aims to develop a system to enhance public access to and experience of public transport services. It will deliver early and long term benefits for all multi modal travellers, specifically those facing various issues. The consortium is looking for Transport Authorities for a submission to H2020 call MG-8-4-2017 Improving accessibility, inclusive mobility and equity: new tools and business models for public transport in prioritised areas.
Description:
Accessibility is a concept used in order to address both travel patterns, attitudes and needs of particular social groups, for example gender specific needs, unemployed persons, citizens vulnerable to exclusion such as elderly, children, and disabled. The concept also addresses the mobility needs and transport use characteristics of people living in different types of areas such as rural, remote or deprived urban areas.

The main challenge of this topic is to examine whether organisational, technological (including extended use of ICT) and social innovations in public transport can lead to improved accessibility, inclusive mobility and equity in prioritised areas, by responding better to their specific needs and demographic/socio-economic characteristics.

The proposed framework aims to provide a model that combines existing mobile and fixed sensor technologies, diverse rich transport data and individual user requirements/preferences with new optimisation and analysis algorithms to deliver a personalised multi modal travel experience which both optimises the travel experience of individuals in prioritised areas.

A UK-based consortium, made of academic institution, SME and a local care provider, is seeking well-established Transport Authorities in Europe that provide multi-modal services to take part in the project from creation to testing to providing feedback.

The project proposal will be submitted to Horizon 2020 under the MG-8.4-2017: Improving accessibility, inclusive mobility and equity: new tools and business models for public transport in prioritised areas call topic.

Deadline for EOIs is 09 December 2016.
Deadline for the call is 01 February 2017.

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
The UK-based university is seeking well-established Transport Authorities in Europe who provide multi-modal transport services to varying demography of population in prioritised areas to participate in the model creation, testing, feedback and dissemination. This feedback will also be used in further development of the system. It is expected that this feedback into the system will ensure that it is useful to and accepted by end users.
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English

Dissemination

Programme-call

Evaluation Scheme:
Single stage
Anticipated Project Budget:
-Y-euro;1-3 million
Coordinator Required:
No
Deadline for Call:
01/02/2017
Project Duration:
0