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Research Projects
TitleShort DescriptionCase Studies
HiMobil
Hubs: hi MOBIL Harbach (Klagenfurt, Austria)
MOBI-MIX
The MOBI-MIX cities will facilitate the private sector to more effectively implement Shared Mobility solutions (e.g. e-bikes, e-scooters, shared mopeds, docked bikes, shared cars) and MaaS solutions (the integration of various forms of transport services into a single mobility service accessible on demand).
MOVE21
MOVE21 is an innovation project funded by the European Commission that aims to demonstrate the positive impact of mobility solutions such as mobility hubs on the liveability of European cities.
SHARE-North
The Interreg North Sea Region Project “SHARE-North” includes activities for developing, implementing, promoting and assessing car sharing, bike sharing, ride sharing and other forms of shared mobility in urban and rural areas and employment clusters. Living labs will integrate modern technology with activities to support changes in mobility behaviour.
Hubs: Møllendal (Bergen) Smart Hub (Bergen, Norway)
SMiLES
SMiLES is a large collaborative project in the Northern Netherlands to make mobility and logistics more sustainable. The Hanze University of Applied Sciences works together with the University of Groningen, Noorderpoort College, the municipality and the province of Groningen and various companies from the Northern Netherlands. We will research, devise, build and test solutions to tackle various sub-problems in the field of mobility and logistics.
Hubs: hub Groningen Hoogkerk (Groningen, Netherlands)
Networks: hub (Netherlands)
Smart Together
Smart City, P2P-CarSharing, Energy
Smarter Together is an urban renewal initiative funded by the EU and implemented in the three cities of Vienna, Lyon and Munich. Together with the population and numerous companies, the City of Vienna is developing smart city solutions in Simmering. The focus is on the areas of building renovation, energy, mobility and logistics as well as information and communication technology. In the process, impulses are set for positive social dynamics and sustainable urban development. The aim is to create an innovative, livable and environmentally friendly Simmering and Vienna of the future with the local people.
Hubs: WienMobil Simmering (Vienna, Austria)
SmartHubs
The SmartHubs project examines mobility hubs, dedicated on-street locations where citizens can choose from different shared and sustainable mobility options.
Hubs: Anderlecht hub (Brussels, Belgium), Aspern Nord (Vienna, Austria), Haagse Markt (The Hague, Netherlands), Leyenburg Hub (The Hague, Netherlands), Mobility Point Bruno Marek Allee (Vienna, Austria), Mobilitätstation Pillichsdorf (Pillichsdorf, Austria), TUM Hub (Munich, Germany), Tullnerfeld (Pixendorf, Austria), Zuidplein Hub (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Networks: MO.Point (Vienna, Austria), Seestadtflotte (Vienna, Austria), WienMobil Stationen (Vienna, Austria)
SmartHubs (EIT Urban Mobility)
SmartHubs is an EIT Urban Mobility project. It develops and validates effective and economically viable mobility hub solutions in six European cities.
Soul

AMAT together with the Municipality of Milan and the Polytechnic Foundation of Milan participate in the European project SOUL (Smart mObility hUb pLatform) together with the cities of Barcelona and Eindhoven.

The goal is to create a platform that can provide indications to municipalities on how to optimize intermodal hubs based on the real needs of citizens. Milan central station is one of them.
Networks: Soul (Milan, Italy)
ULTIMOB
Hubs: Tullnerfeld (Pixendorf, Austria)
eHUBS
eHUBS are on-street locations that bring together e-bikes, e-cargo bikes, e-scooters and/or e-cars, offering users a wide range of options to experiment and use in various situations. Six partner cities from five different countries will realise and promote eHUBS and pave the way for others to do the same.
Hubs: Main Street (Dublin, Ireland), Point Mobilité Louvain-La-Neuve (Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium), Point Mobilité Namur (Namur, Belgium), Point Mobilité Saint-Denis-Bovesse (Saint-Denis-Bovesse, Belgium), Point mobilité Gembloux (Gembloux, Belgium), Point mobilité Ottignies (Ottignies, Belgium), Point mobilité Wavre (Wavre, Belgium), eHUB Handelskade (Nijmegen, Netherlands)
Networks: Hoppin (Flanders, Belgium), Points Mobilité (Wallonia, Belgium), ehub Nijmegen (nijmegen, Netherlands)
HiMobil
1 Hub, 0 Networks
MOBI-MIX
The MOBI-MIX cities will facilitate the private sector to more effectively implement Shared Mobility solutions (e.g. e-bikes, e-scooters, shared mopeds, docked bikes, shared cars) and MaaS solutions (the integration of various forms of transport services into a single mobility service accessible on demand).
0 Hubs, 0 Networks
MOVE21
MOVE21 is an innovation project funded by the European Commission that aims to demonstrate the positive impact of mobility solutions such as mobility hubs on the liveability of European cities.
0 Hubs, 0 Networks
SHARE-North
The Interreg North Sea Region Project “SHARE-North” includes activities for developing, implementing, promoting and assessing car sharing, bike sharing, ride sharing and other forms of shared mobility in urban and rural areas and employment clusters. Living labs will integrate modern technology with activities to support changes in mobility behaviour.
1 Hub, 0 Networks
SMiLES
SMiLES is a large collaborative project in the Northern Netherlands to make mobility and logistics more sustainable. The Hanze University of Applied Sciences works together with the University of Groningen, Noorderpoort College, the municipality and the province of Groningen and various companies from the Northern Netherlands. We will research, devise, build and test solutions to tackle various sub-problems in the field of mobility and logistics.
1 Hub, 1 Network
Smart Together
Smart City, P2P-CarSharing, Energy
Smarter Together is an urban renewal initiative funded by the EU and implemented in the three cities of Vienna, Lyon and Munich. Together with the population and numerous companies, the City of Vienna is developing smart city solutions in Simmering. The focus is on the areas of building renovation, energy, mobility and logistics as well as information and communication technology. In the process, impulses are set for positive social dynamics and sustainable urban development. The aim is to create an innovative, livable and environmentally friendly Simmering and Vienna of the future with the local people.
1 Hub, 0 Networks
SmartHubs
The SmartHubs project examines mobility hubs, dedicated on-street locations where citizens can choose from different shared and sustainable mobility options.
9 Hubs, 3 Networks
SmartHubs (EIT Urban Mobility)
SmartHubs is an EIT Urban Mobility project. It develops and validates effective and economically viable mobility hub solutions in six European cities.
0 Hubs, 0 Networks
Soul

AMAT together with the Municipality of Milan and the Polytechnic Foundation of Milan participate in the European project SOUL (Smart mObility hUb pLatform) together with the cities of Barcelona and Eindhoven.

The goal is to create a platform that can provide indications to municipalities on how to optimize intermodal hubs based on the real needs of citizens. Milan central station is one of them.
0 Hubs, 1 Network
ULTIMOB
1 Hub, 0 Networks
eHUBS
eHUBS are on-street locations that bring together e-bikes, e-cargo bikes, e-scooters and/or e-cars, offering users a wide range of options to experiment and use in various situations. Six partner cities from five different countries will realise and promote eHUBS and pave the way for others to do the same.
8 Hubs, 3 Networks