Are you wondering how cities and regions are addressing challenges in the field of mobility? Join us at the Annual POLIS Conference, Europe’s leading sustainable urban mobility event, providing an opportunity for cities and regions to showcase their transport achievements to a large audience of mobility experts, practitioners, and decision-makers from both the public and private sector. For this year’s edition, the BDTI Team is happy to announce its participation to showcase how BDTI can be used in the field of mobility.
Indeed, unlocking the potential of data reuse is essential to address mobility challenges faced by cities and regions. From traffic congestion to accessibility passing by infrastructure and safety, these challenges require the effective use data use to make informed decisions about transportation planning and policy. However, from our experience cities and regions can face challenges such as the lack of infrastructure to re-use data which is frequently accompanied by high costs. For this reason, the European Commission offers the Big Data Test Infrastructure (BDTI) – a free, ready-to-use, open-source stack which aims to help you derive insights from your data and tackle your mobility challenges. The BDTI can not only be used by public administrations at local, regional and national level, but also as part of public private partnerships with startups and academia. Several cities and regions have already embarked on the BDTI journey, your organization could be next!