by Piero Valmassoi, Project Officer, POLIS Network
The first public event of INDIMO titled “What do users want? A reality check on needs, capabilities, and constraints towards inclusive digital mobility services” will take place online on 11th March 2021, from 10.00 to 11.30 CET and will shed light on the results collected in the first year of the project, focusing on the investigation of preferences, perceived barriers, and needs of vulnerable users when they use digital mobility services and applications.
The INDIMO project puts the needs of vulnerable transport users at the center of its action, aiming at extending the benefits of digital mobility solutions to everyone. To achieve this, the project adopts an approach based on the principles of co-creation and on the structured cooperation of users, developers, operators, and policymakers. INDIMO project partners representing pilot cities, developers of digital mobility services and vulnerable users’ associations will showcase the project methodology and initial findings. They will also discuss with a series of external experts how users’ requirements and preferences can be translated into concrete technical solutions, leading to the creation or the redesign of truly inclusive mobility and logistics solutions.
Connection Details and Agenda
Check out the draft agenda and register to the event using the button links provided below. Places are limited. Stay tuned for updates on speakers!
For more information or any issue with the registration procedure, please contact Piero Valmassoi email@example.com
|Daft Agenda – 11th March 2021|
TIME: 10.00– 11.30 CET
|10.00 – 10.05||Welcome and introduction to the meeting||Piero Valmassoi, POLIS|
|10.05 – 10.15||Introduction to the INDIMO project||Imre Keserü, Vrije Universiteit Brussel|
|10.15 – 10.30||Multimodal digital mobility services: how to get users on board?||Victoire Champenois, European Commission, DG MOVE|
|10.30 – 10.45||Understanding users’ needs and capabilities in a digital transport system||Michelle Specktor, Technion;|
Floridea Di Ciommo, cambiaMO ;
Wim Vanobberghen, IMEC
|10.45 – 11.15||Panel discussion||Martino Correggiari, La Pajara|
Erzsébet Földesi, Budapest Association of Persons with Physical Disability
Dr. Galit Wellner, The NB School of Design & Tel Aviv University
Ms. Kaatje Boury, IMEC
Victoire Champenois, European Commission, DG MOVE
|11.15 – 11.30||Q&A and closing||Imre Keserü, Vrije Universiteit Brussel|