- Challenges and opportunities for Micromobility in the current and future mobility scenarios
- International and local best practices both from public administrations and Micromobility operators
On 7 July 2021, the Molière Project will be presented as an example of best international practice in Micromobility and data management during the Micromobility week. The main objective of this hybrid event is to bring together different types of stakeholders in the field of Micromobility (operators, public administration, technological providers, etc.) in order to have a complete picture and discuss the challenges and opportunities ahead. Renowned speakers will discuss the opportunities and challenges that micromobility has to offer in the current and future mobility scenarios (Covid-19 and post-pandemic).
The event is designed in two different sessions, the first event day will be 100% online, focusing on international experiences and best practices. Jinél Fourie from Tier, Sebastian Schlebusch from Dott and the Mobility Councilor of Rome – Luca Cerimele will discuss how cities and metropolitan regions are integrating micromobility services.
One of the highlights during the first-round table is the presentation of the Molière Project tackling topics related to micromobility operations. Josep Laborda, CEO of FACTUAL: “MOLIERE will exploit the full potential of mobility-related data from the fusion of the GALILEO Satellite Navigation System, and the emerging blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT), where GALILEO will provide geo-location, and blockchain technologies will manage transport transactions at very low costs.”
The theme of the second-round table is the Micromobility and data management or how to integrate the services for a better mobility planning (MaaS, micromobility governance). Invited speakers during this session are Luis Muñoz from Solum, Alexandra Hösli from Factual, Boyd Cohen from Iomob. The session is moderated by Dr. Laia Pagès from CARNET.
The second event day will take place as a face to face event in CASA SEAT in Barcelona (Passeig de Gràcia, 109, 08008 Barcelona), where the focus will be on local best practices, including representatives from the Public administration from Barcelona and its Metropolitan area, as well as operators.
More about the Molière project: http://moliere-project.eu