EU and China discuss a shared vision on Smart Cities and Green Mobility

On 15 October, mobility players from the EU and China came together virtually in a Mobility Management Meeting to discuss the successes and challenges in their regions and the sector, as well as the future for the industry. Speakers demonstrated that the need for greener mobility and smarter cities is clearly an ambition for both regions. The webinar also revealed that the EU and China both share similar ambitions, solutions and strategies to reach the target of greater sustainability and smarter societies. With 300 participants from around the world in attendance, the meeting was opened by Claire Depre, Head of Unit of European Commission’s DG MOVE with European and Chinese speakers...


Shape the legislative and regulatory background for 5G and CCAM by 30 October

The European-funded project 5G-MOBIX, coordinated by ERTICO, has launched a survey addressing experts in the areas of automotive, telecommunications, regulatory authorities, road operators and other domains that are involved in 5G and/or CCAM technology. The purpose of the survey is to facilitate communication between these stakeholders and collect their feedback to improve the perspective of future infrastructure and industries inter-cooperation. The results of this questionnaire will be published as part of the D6.4 .document which will be made publicly available on the 5G-MOBIX website. Participants are requested to leave their email addresses at the end of the questionnaire, in order...


City of Hamburg uses map-based tools to encourage citizen participation in urban planning

In 2017, the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg launched DIPAS (Digital Participation System), a research and development project, with the aim to develop an integrated, media-break-free digital system for citizen participation in urban planning and development. Now DIPAS is being developed by the Stadtwerkstatt in the State-Ministry of Urban Development and Housing in cooperation with the State-Agency for Geoinformation and Surveying and the CityScienceLab of the HafenCity University Hamburg. The structure and functionality of the tool are based on the reference architecture for online participation of the German IT Planning Council. This geodata-based application enables citizens to...


The European Commission adopts its 2021 work programme

On 19 October the Commission adopted its 2021 work programme, designed to make Europe healthier, fairer and more prosperous, while accelerating its long-term transformation into a greener economy, fit for the digital age. It contains new legislative initiatives across all six headline ambitions of President von der Leyen’s Political Guidelines and follows her first State of the Union Speech. While delivering on the priorities set out in this work programme, the Commission will continue to put all its efforts into managing the crisis, and into making Europe’s economies and societies more resilient. Delivering on EU priorities The 2021 Commission work programme sees a shift from...


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