Personalising urban commuting for better health
Lecturer in Intelligent Mobility University College London, UK
Being involved in EIT Urban Mobility, I saw a great opportunity to work with cities on a solution to tackle the mobility challenges I experienced in London each day.
Partnerships & Teamwork
OASC is responsible for the co-creation of the solution through citizen engagement. The cities of Copenhagen, Istanbul, Lublin, and Munich help us with pilot studies, data collection and extension strategies. Gehl architects provide environmental insights to build our travel strategies. ISBAK and IMM work on large-scale implementation through integration in mobility apps, while MVV, TomTom, TU/e, Fraunhofer IML, and UCL help us develop models with greater insight, data and feedback. The AI-TraWell consortium was strategically formed to reflect all disciplines crucial to delivering our solution in an effective way.
From forming a small consortium and being chosen as one of the first EIT Urban Mobility BP2020 projects, to receiving a lot of interest in the project and being nominated for this award, the entire AI-TraWell journey has been extremely rewarding.
The consortium was strategically formed to reflect all disciplines crucial to delivering our solution in an effective way.