MixMyRide is the result of collaborative effort by research institutions, mobility providers and advisors, as well as cities and public institutions.
Researchers at SUPSI-ISAAC foster the energy and climate transition through applied research on renewable energies, use of energy in buildings, and mobility. They are highly experienced in multi-actor processes, field interventions, and living labs exploiting ICTs in the mobility domain. SUPSI-ISAAC has been Academic Research Partner of the SCCER Mobility programme since its foundation (Capacity area B2).
SUPSI-ISAAC leads MixMyRide and is also responsible for field trial activities in the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland (region of Lugano).
To find out more: https://www.supsi.ch/isaac
IDSIA is a joint institute of the University for Applied Sciences of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI) and the Università della Svizzera Italiana (USI). Its main research activities are machine learning and neural networks, modelling, simulation and optimization. IDSIA has been Academic Research Partner of the SCCER Mobility programme since 2019 (Capacity area B1) and of the SocialCar H2020 project (WP leader).
In MixMyRide, IDSIA is responsible for the development of advanced muli-modal route planning algorithms.
To find out more: https://www.idsia.ch/
The Institute of Sustainable Development (INE) is a part of the School of Engineering from the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) and consists of researchers with backgrounds in geography, engineering, environmental sciences, social sciences and economics. The Sustainable Mobility Group of ZHAW INE is experienced in mobility management, user perspectives, mobility behaviour and assessment of new mobility solutions. Extensive knowledge on these fields has been gained in European and national level research projects like ERA-NET Smart Commuting, SCCER Mobility and SCCER CREST. The Sustainable Mobility Group of ZHAW INE develops concepts, models, policies, strategies and evaluation processes supporting sustainable mobility through the use of a mix of qualitative and quantitative research methods.
In MixMyRide the Sustainable Mobility Group of ZHAW-INE is responsible for field trial activities in the German-speaking part of Switzerland (region of Winterthur) and for the assessment of the impact from the field trials.
To find out more: https://www.zhaw.ch/
BePooler is a smart mobility operator focused on travel sharing (Private Car, Shuttle, Taxi, Car Sharing, etc.), offering a technologically advanced car-pooling platform dedicated to commuters and business travellers in Europe. It provides companies and commuters a fast and safe way to share their home-work-home trips, reducing traffic, pollution, costs and the use of public resources. The B2B2C (Business to Business to Customers) business model requires employers to offer the service to all employees who need to travel, resulting in cost savings and monetary benefits for users. BePooler has a multiplier effect resulting in the possibility of grouping users from different companies with the same travel route, whether short (e.g., airport, train station, etc.) or long distance.
In MixMyRide, BePooler is responsible for the software development of the app and for the provision of car-pooling services.
Citec Ingénieurs SA is an international transport consultancy providing transport technology services to a broad range of clients. Citec specialises in designing integrated solutions to aid the management of multimodal traffic and transport networks in both urban and inter-urban environments. The team combines extensive experience in ITS, Maas, GIS, AI, Big Data, and systems integration and development.
In MixMyRide, Citec is sponsible for field trial activities in the French-speaking part of Switzerland (region of Geneva) and for communication and dissemination activities.
To find out more: https://www.citec.ch/
Lugano Living Lab is part of the European Network of living labs. Its mission is to bring innovation into the city of Lugano by enabling, testing and developing digital innovative solutions. Lugano Living Lab implements innovation projects in close collaboration with citizens, universities and private companies.
In MixMyRide, Lugano Living Lab supports co-design activities as well as the field trial in the Lugano region.
With WinLab, the City of Winterthur wants to position itself as a real-world living lab to test in systematic ways social and technological innovations supporting the smart sustainable city development especially in the context of the energy and climate concept aiming at net zero by 2040.
In MixMyRide, WinLab supports co-design activities as well as the field trial in the Winterthur region.
To find out more: https://stadt.winterthur.ch/smartcity
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