Liaisons

Advisory & Reference Group

The Advisory & Reference Group (ARG) is a platform by which the experts in the domain of transportation and big data can share their vision and expertise. They can give feedback and their advice is captured. The information provided is then used by the project team when drawing up various tasks and will form a vital cog in the overall project through a series of case studies, workshops, interviews over the course of the three-year project. We are extremely grateful to those experts who are spending time to assist us.

 

CO-OPERATION with Other Research, Innovation and Support Actions

LeMO project is actively involved in clustering with relevant Horizon 2020 and other research - innovation - support actions.

co-organised a workshop at the EBDVF 2018.

LeMO co-organised a workshop on “Policy issues, opportunities and barriers in big data-driven transport” in cooperation with the BDVA Mobility and Logistics Subgroup & the TransformingTransport Horizon 2020 project at the European Big Data Value Forum (EBDVF 2018). The workshop took place on 14th of November 2018. Considering the objectives of the LeMO and TransformingTransport project, the interaction with industry experts is fundamental to challenge and validate the policy related findings.

The workshop aimed to reach out to the audience during and after the various presentations to gather valuable feedback that aims in the formation of a common policy roadmap relating to the topics identified for Big Data in transport. Ultimately, the results of the workshop, as fed by experts (including attendees of EBDVF 2018), will enable the identification of industry-led recommendations to (EU) policymakers in relation to Big Data, with a focus on the transport sector driving a roadmap creation activity to be fed by big data specialists and to validate, clarify, complement and/or challenge the identified opportunities, barriers and limitation to exploit big data.

CO-OPERATION with NOESIS project

Since its inception, LeMO has established a good liaison with its sister-project NOESIS.