Emissions, traffic jams and air pollution in our cities derive from the interactions of people, companies, institutions, in global and interconnected systems. The consequences of actions – such as the introduction of a new product or service – or political decisions are therefore usually very difficult to control in such complex systems.
The Mobility Transition Model (MoTMo) is a tool designed to explore plausible social and technological scenarios for a transition to sustainable mobility. It is based on a detailed representation of individuals and their mobility needs and simulates a wide spectrum of indicators in the potential evolution of mobility demand.
This meeting shows how the MoTMo works, what is the approach and how it was developed by the Center of Excellence for Global Systems Science.
Sarah Wolf – Senior Researcher at the Global Climate Forum (GCF) – will discuss with the participants how the data can help to make more informed decisions and how this approach can be useful in their decision-making processes
- CoeGSS: is a European consortium formed by supercomputing centers, scientific institutions, companies and NGOs. It was established in 2015 and is funded by the European Commission under the H2020-EU.188.8.131.52 program. – Development, deployment and operation of ICT-based e-infrastructures
- Global Climate Forum (GCF): is a global association based in Berlin. It conducts high-level research on climate change and its global challenges.
The event is organized by TOP-IX (TOrino Piemonte Internet eXchange) during BIG DIVE 7 and is supported by Talent Garden Fondazione Agnelli as part of the “Connected City” initiative.