Tag: Europe


Save the date for the STARS & MoTIV Mobility Workshop!

In the framework of the CIVITAS Forum 2018, the STARS and MoTIV projects invite you to be part of a joint workshop and answer the following question, using examples from Madrid and Budapest: Is car sharing crucial to the future of sustainable urban mobility in Europe? WHEN: Thursday 20th September 2018 4:30 pm – 6 pm Attendance is free WHERE:

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STARS sets the basis for understanding car sharing in Europe

The H2020 project STARS (Shared mobility opporTunities And challenges foR carsharing European citieS) has begun to draw the picture of car sharing in Europe, focusing mostly on the multidimensional services offered today and defining five basic types of car sharing business models. Exploring and boosting the diffusion of car sharing in Europe are the main objectives of the STARS project.

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STARS first results

If you would like to learn more about car sharing in Europe, have a look at the first results of the STARS project. You will find the abstracts of the first STARS deliverables clicking in the list below: D2.1 Car sharing in Europe: a multidimensional classification and inventory (abstract) D2.2 Key technology and social innovation drivers for car sharing (abstract)

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From 20-21 June, FEAL2018 aims to become a reference in the field of European events linked to the industry of the future. With more than 220 participants, it provides 10 high-quality conference seesions with 40 high-profile speakers. Taking place in Lille (France), FEAL involves the entire industry: manufacturers, suppliers, startups, clusters, institutions, associations, research laboratories, academics, consultants… It will be a good opportunity

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European car sharing is multidimensional

The world of car sharing is evolving rapidly and the need for a broad overview of the current state of the European car sharing scene is becoming increasingly apparent. Work package 2, and more specifically Deliverable 2.1, is the starting point of the STARS-project and will serve as the basis for many tasks that will follow. In order to gain

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