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User Panel members sought for KURT e-mobility project

By eric.verhulst - Posted on 03 March 2015

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For a new H2020-FTI proposal consortium, we are looking to add potential end users to a panel of experts to share ideas and experiences in Intelligent Transport Systems and Sustainable Mobility.

The added value of the light-weight e-vehicle being developed is its modular architecture and its scalability to different transport requirements, as well as its automated navigation system developed by a partner company. The navigation system allows for optimization of time deliveries, obstacles detection and avoidance and even autonomous navigation. These Functionalities are especially interesting for the following segments of end users: 

  • Local authorities interested in implementing sustainable innovative public transport solutions
  • City logistic platforms
  • Company logistic platforms
  • Vehicle sharing companies (e.g. car-club, car-sharing, bike-sharing)
  • Electric vehicles (e-cars, e-scooters, e-bikes) retail.
  • Other potential use cases are welcome.

On request, you will be invited to join the User Panel. If you accept the invitation, the collaboration will be mainly based on: 

  • Participating in the project activities organized by the Consortium to interact with the User Case Panel. The participation is free of charge, travel expenses to be born by te participant.
  • Early workshops and presentations on the vehicle concept to solicit early feedback and creative ideas on potential usage scenarios.
  • Participation in surveys and questionnaires: provide in-depth know-how and expertise about the requirements and key success factors for a successful integration of the e-vehicle into different mobility and transport environments.
  • Participation in face-to-face or web-based interviews with project partners or other User Panel members.
  • Technology providers can have a direct contact obtaining feedback from a real use-case or provide input that steers the development in a more optimal way.
  • Workshops highlighting the state of the project.
  • Privileged access to selected production prototypes (customized following the recommendations made by the use-case partners).
  • Test driving the first vehicles.

If you want to join an inspiring space for discussions with key players interested in moving away from carbon based fuels towards a sustainable and more efficient mobility and transport environment, please contact us: 

at smart-mobility (@)




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