The OSLO trajectory OSLO Vervoersknooppunten (Hoppinpun
GreenMov project is just in the half of execution, and the project has just released a set of new outcomes:
The consortium of SPOTTED and DYDAS – both projects funded by the CEF programme and part of the open d
The OSLO Passenger Transport Hub track started at the end of April. The aim is to develop a European standard that semantically models transport nodes in collaboration with European stakeholders. You can still register for the first thematic working group on May 19. Read more.
The 24-month project is funded by the European Commission under the Connecting Europe Facilities (CEF) program. It proposes sustainable mobility and open data for smart ecosystems aligned with the EU Green Deal.
GreenMov was presented in the FIWARE booth at the Smart City Expo World Congress which took place between 16 and 18th November 2021.
GreenMov was represented in the last edition of FIWARE Smart Fest on 19th January 2022.
GreenMov project proposes sustainable mobility and open data for smart ecosystems aligned to the Green Deal. The 24-month project will allow third parties to provide high-value services in green and smart mobility for citizens, companies, and public administrations.