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Mobility and transport are crucial for a city to function properly. Amsterdam is considered the world capital of cycling; 32% of traffic movement in Amsterdam is by bike and 63% of its inhabitants use their bike on daily basis. The number of registered electrical car owners in the Netherlands increased with 53% to 28.889 in 2016. Since 2008 car sharing increased with 376%. However, this is less than 1% of the total car use. Innovative ideas and concepts can help to improve the city’s accessibility, so share your ideas and concepts here.

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Smart Public transport

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Hi Ron, could the City of Amsterdam be interested in a Smart Public Transport solution?

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TomTom City extends to 50 cities, including Amsterdam, Frankfurt and The Hague

TomTom (TOM2) today announced that TomTom City – a traffic portal that provides live traffic and travel information – has now extended to 50 cities. The traffic portal showcases the extensive range of traffic information available on a city by city basis and provides a platform to connect traffic authorities, businesses and citizens to jointly manage sustainable and efficient mobility.

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Solar Carport

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Solar Carport Charger

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Carin Biegnolé, Urban Hubster duurzaam vervoer , posted

Zomerborrel Slim en Schoon door de Stad voor de Koplopers D-020

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Tijdens deze halfjaarlijkse informele bijeenkomst zijn we te gast bij New Energy Docks in Amsterdam-Noord.

Voor deze bijeenkomst is plaats voor een geselecteerd aantal deelnemers.
Rijdt u al slim en schoon door de stad, of bent u van plan dat te gaan doen en wilt u volgende keer ook van de partij zijn?
Stuur dan een bericht naar carin@conversion.nl en wordt lid van de club.

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Audrie van Veen, International Strategic Advisor at Amsterdam Economic Board, posted

OPTICITIES Urban ITS Study Visit Birmingham - 8 July 2016

Following the successful OPTICITIES study visits and tutorial sessions in Bordeaux, Lyon, Madrid and Glasgow, registration for the study visit of 8 July in Birmingham is now open via http://bit.ly/1UARS21

The event is organised at the Innovation Birmingham Campus and will combine expert presentations and live demonstrations focusing on innovative urban ITS services:

* Introduction to OPTICITIES project
* Transport policy: Birmingham Connected / WMCA
* Data management / open data platform / Multimodal datasets / Potential for C-ITS
* Use of traffic prediction in OCR
* Freight journey time reliability and driver assist services

The study visit is limited to 35 persons. Registration is mandatory and participation is free of charge. City delegates could get EUROCITIES support for their travel costs, please contact the Eurocities contact person in your municipality for that. Please register as soon as possible and before 1st July 2016.

Cities that are interested in applying for financial support through the Connecting Europe Facility in order to introduce the OPTICITIES multimodal dataset and open ITS architecture are invited to sign the New Mobility Services Memorandum http://bit.ly/1MiTJuy published by the Smart Cities Action Cluster on Urban Mobility.

By signing up for the OPTICITIES Stakeholder Platform - http://www.opticities.com/stakeholder-forum/online-forum - you can download our latest technical reports and deployment guidelines on multimodal data integration in large cities, road works data collection, contractual arrangements between public and private stakeholders, Multimodal Urban Mobility Database model and architecture, assessment methodology for Transport policies in urban areas and more.

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Frans-Anton Vermast, Strategy Advisor & International Smart City Ambassador at Amsterdam Smart City, posted

Zelfrijdende voertuigen nemen centrale rol in Singapore’s ‘car-lite’ toekomst

Kansen voor Nederlandse oplossingen
De meeste kansen liggen in samenwerken op wet- en regelgeving, big data analyse en sensortechnologie. Uitwisseling tussen Singaporese initiatieven en Nederlandse proeftuinprojecten, gezamenlijk onderzoek met TNO, TU Delft en TU Eindhoven en samen innoveren met Nederlandse bedrijven ligt voor de hand. De Singaporese haven is net als de haven van Rotterdam platooning van vrachtwagens aan het testen. Een route van tien kilometer is voor deze proef voor efficient goederenvervoer gereserveerd. De huidige prototype demonstraties van zelfrijdende voertuigen op de drie testlokaties zullen in 2018 opgevolgd worden door operationele pilots. Vanaf 2020 zullen zelfrijdende voertuigen een volwaardige mobiliteitsoplossing zijn. In elke fase kunnen Nederlandse bedrijven hun oplossing aanbieden en onderzoekers een samenwerking zoeken met Singaporese bedrijven. De innovatie adviseurs van de Nederlandse ambassade helpen graag met het identificeren van partners.
Meer informatie?
Neem voor meer informatie contact op met Susan van Boxtel, Innovatie Adviseur in Singapore. E-mail: svb@nost.org.sg

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