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1 Prof.ssa Cristina Pronellocristina.pronello@polito.itcristina.pronello@polito.it Dott.ssa Valentina Rappazzo valentina.rappazzo@polito.itvalentina.rappazzo@polito.it Interuniversity Department of Regional and Urban Studies and Planning (DIST) Smart City Projects – EU Projects OPTICITIES POLITO-UPM Meeting on Smart CitiesPolitecnico di Torino, 27.02.2013

2 Smart City Projects – EU Projects OPTICITIES POLITO-UPM Meeting on Smart CitiesPolitecnico di Torino, 27.02.2013 Reference to the call WORK PROGRAMME 2013 COOPERATION THEME 7 - TRANSPORT (INCLUDING AERONAUTICS) (European Commission C(2012)4536 of 09 July 2012) CHALLENGE 2. SAFE AND SEAMLESS MOBILITY Activity 7.2.3. Ensuring sustainable urban mobility SST.2013.3-1. Managing integrated multimodal urban transport network Level 2 - CP - Call: FP7-SST-2013-RTD-1

3 Smart City Projects – EU Projects OPTICITIES POLITO-UPM Meeting on Smart CitiesPolitecnico di Torino, 27.02.2013 Objectives of the project (36 months) Improve mobility of people and freight in an urban context with very high level information and traffic management services, using ITS Provide incentive and tools for modal shift by adapting current mobility habits through information Help European cities tackle complex mobility challenges Development of public/private partnerships and the experimentation of innovative ITS services.

4 Smart City Projects – EU Projects OPTICITIES POLITO-UPM Meeting on Smart CitiesPolitecnico di Torino, 27.02.2013 n.Participant organisation nameCountry 1GRAND LYONFRANCE 2SPIEFRANCE 3Consorcio Regional de Transportes de MadridSPAIN 4Madrid City CouncilSPAIN 5ICCASPAIN 6Universidad Politécnica de MadridSPAIN 7CSI PiemonteITALY 8Città di TorinoITALY 95TITALY 10Politecnico di TorinoITALY 11City of GothenburgSWEDEN 12ChalmersSWEDEN 13City of WroclawPOLAND 14NeurosoftPOLAND 15Birmingham City CouncilUK 16AlgoéFRANCE 17EUROCITIESBELGIUM 18UITPBELGIUM 19VOLVOSWEDEN 20CityWayFRANCE 21VedecomFRANCE 22HaconGERMANY 23Berends ConsultGERMANY Consortium 23 partners from 8 EU member states. 6 city authorities, major ITS actors (research institutes, information service providers, car industry) EUROCITIES International public transport operators (UITP)

5 Smart City Projects – EU Projects OPTICITIES POLITO-UPM Meeting on Smart CitiesPolitecnico di Torino, 27.02.2013 The different steps

6 Smart City Projects – EU Projects OPTICITIES POLITO-UPM Meeting on Smart CitiesPolitecnico di Torino, 27.02.2013 Need for a standardised MULTIMODAL urban dataset and its interface with services provision

7 Smart City Projects – EU Projects OPTICITIES POLITO-UPM Meeting on Smart CitiesPolitecnico di Torino, 27.02.2013 OPEN AND INTEGRATED DATA 1.Development of a contractual architecture between private and public actors for data quality, data access, data exchange and service provision. 2.Consolidation of multiple sources of urban mobility data from all modes (network topology; theoretical, real and predictive schedules). Definition of a European standard for this Multimodal Urban Dataset and its interfaces between public authorities, network managers and service providers. 3.Development of Multimodal Traffic Control System connecting road traffic and various PT data (combination of Dataset from multiple public transport operators in large cities). Project activities

8 Smart City Projects – EU Projects OPTICITIES POLITO-UPM Meeting on Smart CitiesPolitecnico di Torino, 27.02.2013 MULTIMODAL SERVICE 4.Availability of real-time information for all modes, anytime, anywhere: multimodal urban navigator guiding users before and during their trips to facilitate co-modality and modal shift. 5.Information on time, cost and CO2 emissions related to all available mobility solutions 6. Service continuity between in-vehicle navigation system and the multimodal urban navigator seamless travel management solution (1st world trial) Project activities

9 Smart City Projects – EU Projects OPTICITIES POLITO-UPM Meeting on Smart CitiesPolitecnico di Torino, 27.02.2013 OPTIMISATION 7.Optimisation of urban networks exploitation through the development of traffic prediction tools and their integration into traffic management systems. This will allow anticipated predictive travel times across modes and proactive management of traffic lights, based on 1 hour traffic forecast. Congestion situations will be minimised and sometimes even avoided. 8. Optimisation of urban freight management (minimise unnecessary travels and connections, optimise delivery routes) Project activities

10 Smart City Projects – EU Projects OPTICITIES POLITO-UPM Meeting on Smart CitiesPolitecnico di Torino, 27.02.2013 A USERS-CENTRED APPROACH 9.Promoting a participative approach with users (web 2.0, ex. car- pooling), directly involved in the design and testing phases of the services, especially the urban navigator. 10. Robust evidence-based assessment of the solutions developed within the project : in-itinere evaluation involving more than 200 users in the participating cities, enabling reliable user feedback. Project activities


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