November 16, 2021
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by Daniel Herrera, POLIS Network


Save the date! On 2 February the INDIMO and the SPROUT project will hold a joint webinar titled:

“Planning for a more inclusive transition of urban mobility.”

The webinar will bring both projects together to share their research results and explore synergies and possibilities on how the SPROUT pilot cities can make use of the INDIMO tools. The webinar will discuss the pilot use cases of Emilia-Romagna (INDIMO) and Valencia (SPROUT), both based on the installation of e-lockers, and see how they can benefit from each other by analyzing the key stakeholders involved, challenges, barriers, drivers, benefits, differences, and commonalities.


15.00 – 15.05Welcome and introduction to the meetingDaniel Herrera, POLIS
15.05 – 15.15Introduction to the INDIMO project


Introduction to the SPROUT project

Imre Keseru, Vrije Universiteit Brussel


Maria Teresa de la Cruz, Zaragoza Logistics Company

15.15 – 15.30SPROUT – Valencia pilot: Last mile freight distribution through the co-location of new advanced complementary services. E-Lockers in Valencia metro stations.Carolina Navarro, Valenciaport Foundation.
15.30 – 15.45INDIMO – Emilia-Romagna pilot: Digital technology enabling e-commerce in rural areas and other services. A digital Locker was installed in Monghidoro (Bologna, Italy). 

Eleonora Tu, Institute for Transport and Logistics (ITL).

15.45 – 16.15Panel discussion (Moderates Imre Keseru)

‒  Interactive poll questions

‒  Analysing both pilots’ key stakeholders, challenges, barriers, drivers, benefits, differences, and commonalities.

‒  How can we plan for more accessible and inclusive smart lockers?

Carolina Navarro, Valenciaport Foundation.


Eleonora Tu, Institute for Transport and Logistics (ITL).

16.15 – 16.30Q&A and closingImre Keseru, Vrije Universiteit Brussel


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For more information, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Daniel Herrera, Andréia Lopes Azevedo for INDIMO or Daniel Herrera for SPROUT.

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