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DATA-driven approach for Seamless Efficient Travelling in 2050

The very first CSA that – through a cutting edge data science approach – provides insight into the door-to-door European travel paradigm for the current, 2035 and 2050 transport scenarios.

The Science

DATASET2050 tackles the EU door-to-door trips with at least one air-transport segment. DATASET2050 provides metrics on the different phases (door-kerb-gate-gate-kerb-door) and compare them with strategic agendas goals, and particularly with the 4-hours-door-to-door challenge of the Flightpath 2050

The project

DATASET2050 is the Coordination and Support Action (CSA) funded by European Commission under H2020 - GA640353. The CSA is coordinated by Innaxis, with Eurocontrol, University of Westminster and Bauhaus Luftfahrt as partners and an advisory board composed of key mobility European entities.

News

You can read the latest news about DATASET2050 in our blog.

The passenger as the focus

DATASET2050 puts the passenger at the centre, paving the way for a seamless, efficient door-to-door travelling experience. The main focus is put on analysing how the European transport supply profile (capacity, connections, business models, regulations, intermodality, processes, infrastructure) adapts to the evolution of the demand profile (customers, demographics, passenger expectations, requirements) for the current, 2035 and 2050 transport scenarios.

Mobility models and metrics

Through expert application of state-of-art predictive analytics, modelling (check Mercury tool here) , statistical analyses and data visualisation, with an examination of multimodal data. These tools and analyses enable the computation of the current and future European mobility metrics. In addition, they identify transport bottlenecks and weak areas across the different scenarios. These findings serves as a basis for the development of intermodal transport concepts, identifying possible solutions for current and predicted shortcomings. The insights gained through the project’s approach will highlight research needs towards the four hour door-to-door goal formulated by ACARE.

Some project results

London minimum time to the 5 airports (door-kerb) using public Transport.

Kerb-door times in Berlin using public transport.

EU countries average trips expenditure (including various economic metrics)

See the reachability map (time)

Check in this dynamic tool the datasets used within DATASET2050!

See the reachability map (cost)

Navigate through the preliminary results

DATASET2050 latest news

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