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Consider that The Netherlands already features a dense network of high quality roads, ‘smart’ traffic signals, and has traffic monitoring sensors in many roads, bridges and tunnels. As effective as these solutions are, they’ve still not solved the issue. Research by the Vrije Universiteit shows that if only 10% would choose to travel outside peak hours, the problem would be almost entirely solved.
How can smart mobility solutions influence this 10% and more to change their behaviour?
|Expected results||Each team is expected to produce a working prototype of their solution, a business model of their idea, learn from some customer discovery and present an awesome pitch.|
|Technical Information||- Datasets and API’s - Smart Mobility Utrecht - NDW data - RWS data - OV - data - Utrecht Open Data Platform - TNO Fountain Model - Weather Data (KNMI) - Google Public Datasets|
Below is the evaluation criteria that will be used by the jury to select the winner(s) of the challenge.
|Process||A maximum of 150 Campuseros, working together in a maximum of 20 teams can participate in the BM Energy. Idea owners and potential team leaders pitch their ideas, the participants vote on the most interesting ideas and then ideas are formed in an organic process. Minimum team size: 4 Campuseros. Campuseros are stimulated to create ideas upfront. On Wednesday evening, people are inspired for ideas again. Beside that we’ll have some ready available ideas from the Challenge Partners.|
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