PRO-MaaS presentation in Eindhoven

pro-maas, PROMASS, Urban mobility, Mobility as a service, EIT, eit policies regulations mobility,Europe, European project, European consortium, Sustainable development, Sustainable cities, Sustainable transport, Eco-friendly, Social benefits, Environmental benefits, Triple bottom line, Shared mobility, Bikes, Parking, Policies, Governance, Shared cars, Tranportation policies, Transportation governance, Cities, Local goverments, EIT urban mobility

The EIT Urban Mobility Matchmaking event for the Business Plan 2021 took place on the 3rd and 4th of March 2020 in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The focus of these two days was project strategy in European cities.

Carnet, the project leader, held a Pro-MaaS presentation in Eindhoven, highlighting its work plan and status. After the presentation, there was time left for questions.

The Knowledge Innovation Community (KIC) in Urban Mobility is a European space to forge networks and collaborations to accelerate innovation. By mutualizing the resources of strategic partners, it reduces fragmentation and redundancy.

This strong network of partners facilitates technology transfer, leads research and innovation, and emphasizes entrepreneurial culture by supporting the creation of startups and accelerating emerging companies to take them to global level. 

During two days of meetings, workshops and networking sessions, proposals were discussed on the research and development of new ideas in several European cities, competitive universities and technological industries of the private sector, to foster the knowledge triangle.

pro-maas, PROMASS, Urban mobility, Mobility as a service, EIT, eit policies regulations mobility,Europe, European project, European consortium, Sustainable development, Sustainable cities, Sustainable transport, Eco-friendly, Social benefits, Environmental benefits, Triple bottom line, Shared mobility, Bikes, Parking, Policies, Governance, Shared cars, Tranportation policies, Transportation governance, Cities, Local goverments, EIT urban mobility