Green mobility AI-powered app piloted in Helsinki

Artikkelikuva: Green mobility AI-powered app piloted in Helsinki

The pilot aims to dynamically influence travelers’ route and transport mode choices to promote sustainability and enhance citizen well-being.

EU-funded ACUMEN project aims to dynamically affect passengers’ selection of route and transport mode in order to promote sustainable development and well-being. ACUMEN’s Helsinki pilot will demonstrate innovative AI-powered seamless mobility management within the district of Jätkäsaari in Helsinki.

The pilot aims to dynamically influence travelers’ route and transport mode choices to promote sustainability and enhance citizen well-being. The project will investigate the impact of soft measures, such as recommendations and incentives, on traffic flows at various stages of intervention in collaboration with key partners – Forum Virium Helsinki, Aalto University, HERE, Aimsun, and MobiLysis.

Kick-Off for PayiQ Mobile App in ACUMEN project begins

We are excited to kick-off our cooperation with PayiQ to lead the development of the mobility app in ACUMEN. PayiQ’s expertise in solutions for cities and transport operators will be integral to developing and implementing the user app, ensuring a seamless and user-friendly experience for our test users. 

PayiQ started in 2013 by developing cloud-based mobile fare collection, payment, and validation solutions for cities and transport operators. Today within ticketing applications PayiQ is also offering GreenImpact – a sustainable engagement tool that encourages users to choose low-carbon mobility options.

Photo: City of Helsinki

Additional information

Project Manager Eero Jalo

Eero Jalo
Project Manager
+358 40 501 3223
eero.jalo@forumvirium.fi

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