Velo-City Pitch: Cycling Engagement and Advocacy Platform

FHSTP Senior Mobility Researcher Andrew Nash was selected to pitch his idea for a Cycling Engagement and Advocacy Platform at the Velo City 2021 conference, taking place in Lisbon from 6-to-9 September. The proposed platform would help cities, researchers, and groups increase public participation in planning and research projects by providing best practices and a forum for co-creating improved project software such as sensors and applications. The platform could be used to help support citizen science projects developed as part of the FHSTP-led Engaged and Entrepreneurial European University as Driver for European Smart and Sustainable Regions (E3UDRES2) project (https://eudres.eu). Here’s a link to the conference: https://cyclingindustries.com/smartpedalpitch2021