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Thibaud Febvre
Thibaud
Paris, France

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Vianova

Vianova est une plateforme de données qui facilite la gestion et l'intégration des nouvelles mobilités dans l'espace public. L'essor des micro-mobilités partagées, des services de VTC et du e-commerce met en difficulté la cohésion et le partage de l'espace public. Celui-ci devient de plus en plus chaotique, dangereux et inégalitaire. Les villes se retrouvent dépassées dans la régulation de ces nouveaux modes, sans accès aux données et à des outils de gestions efficaces. Vianova a donc construit la couche digitale essentielle de collaboration entre les villes et les opérateurs de mobilité, afin que ceux-ci puissent collaborer et construire le future de la mobilité. Nous agissons comme un centre d'échange de données neutre et sécurisé, utilisant des standards open-source. Vianova remplace les réglementations par des APIs qui permettent d'abaisser les coûts de mises en vigueur et maximiser l'efficacité des services de mobilité. Grâce aux données agrégées, les villes peuvent contrôler en temps réel la conformité des opérateurs et mieux comprendre leurs impacts sur les réseaux de transport. Notre équipe est composée de 8 personnes passionnées, experts en data-science, mobilités urbaines et politiques de transport. Vianova a des contrats avec huit villes en Europe dont Bruxelles, Zurich et Faro. Vianova ambitionne de rendre nos rues plus agréables, vertes et accessibles par tous, en jouant le rôle de tour de contrôle de la mobilité connectée.

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Webinar - Managing micro-mobility through and after Covid19 Crisis - VOI x Antwerp

Register via https://www.eventbrite.com/e/managing-micro-mobility-through-and-after-covid19-crisis-voi-x-antwerp-registration-103508769516 The Covid-19 Crisis is one of the most sudden and comprehensive behavioural and economic crises to hit modern society in generations. It has led to significant and immediate changes in how people live, shop, work, socialise and consequently travel. Public transport travel demand, in particular, has substantially collapsed in cities around the world during the lockdown phase of national crisis mitigation plans. As cities begin to emerge from the crisis in the coming weeks, some form of normality will begin to assert itself. However, we cannot expect life, and in particular travel behaviours and patterns, to return immediately to the pre-Covid situation due to ongoing public health, business and economic challenges. Micro-mobility systems have also been significantly impacted by the Covid crisis. Many cities have enforced closures of their local systems to support, or as a result of, reductions in travel by the local population or for public health reasons due to the shared nature of public systems. How will the micro-mobility industry emerge from the Covid crisis? Much is still unknown, but what are the key challenges, as well as opportunities, that we as operators, cities, innovators and policy experts should be considering in order to rebuild a robust and relevant micro-mobility industry? Vianova is leading a series of webinars with thought leaders, cities and operators in the coming weeks exploring these issues. Here is what you will learn: - how has micro-mobility been impacted by the Covid19 crisis; - how are cities and operators thinking about the future of micro-mobility in the immediate post-lockdown phase; - how will shared services have to change in the longer term as a result of the crisis. Webinar #2 will focus on the following: - Operators’ perspectives on the needs and role of shared micro-mobility in Europe coming out of the Covid19 crisis. - How can cities plan for post Covid19? What are opportunities and challenges ahead? - What operators would now like to see from city authorities?

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Managing mobility through and after Covid19 Crisis - Bond x Capital Metro

The Covid-19 Crisis is one of the most sudden and comprehensive behavioural and economic crises to hit modern society in generations. It has led to significant and immediate changes in how people live, shop, work, socialise and consequently travel. Public transport travel demand, in particular, has substantially collapsed in cities around the world during the lockdown phase of national crisis mitigation plans. As cities begin to emerge from the crisis in the coming weeks, some form of normality will begin to assert itself. However, we cannot expect life, and in particular travel behaviours and patterns, to return immediately to the pre-Covid situation due to ongoing public health, business and economic challenges. Mobility systems have also been significantly impacted by the Covid crisis. Many cities have enforced closures of their local systems to support, or as a result of, reductions in travel by the local population or for public health reasons due to the shared nature of public systems. How will the micro-mobility industry emerge from the Covid crisis? Much is still unknown, but what are the key challenges, as well as opportunities, that we as operators, cities, innovators and policy experts should be considering in order to rebuild a robust and relevant micro-mobility industry? Vianova is leading a series of webinars with thought leaders, cities and operators in the coming weeks exploring these issues. Here is what you will learn: - how has mobility been impacted by the Covid19 crisis; - how are cities and operators thinking about the future of micro-mobility in the immediate post-lockdown phase; - how will shared services have to change in the longer term as a result of the crisis. Webinar #3 will focus on the following: - What are the perspectives of operators and cities in the USA versus in Europe on the opportunities for new mobility and micro-mobility in the post-Covid world ? - What may need to change ?

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