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Digital twins for urban logistics planning: join the LEAD Transferability Platform!

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: Friday, November 20, 2020 - 10:29

Do you struggle to understand and manage urban logistics trends? Curious about how Digital Twins can contribute to better urban logistics planning? Never fear - LEAD has just launched the call for its Transferability Platform.

Six local authorities have the opportunity to join the Transferability Platform and benefit from a tailored transferability programme building upon LEAD’s results. This includes capacity-building, training, technical visits, interactive workshops, and customised feedback.

What is in it for you?

A dedicated budget has been allocated to help partly cover the costs of your engagement in the project. This may be used to fund travel expenses or personnel time spent on project engagement, including internal meetings and discussions.

Transferability activities consist of:

  • Interviews and surveys for the identification and analysis of the requirements and necessities of cities, and your expectations towards the LEAD solutions.
  • Capacity-building activities: webinars, e-training and bilateral meetings/discussions with the partners responsible for the LEAD Living Labs and specific solutions of their interest.
  • Direct access to the project’s key reports and events, while you will receive tailor-made and hands-on advice on the knowledge and tools developed in LEAD.

How can you apply?

In order to become one of the six external cities joining the LEAD Transferability programme, you need to fill in a short questionnaire, which will help us better define your urban logistics profile and assess the complementarity and relevance to the six LEAD Living Labs.

You can find the full call text here and you can find the application questionnaire here.

Deadline: 11 December 2020

Selected cities will be informed in early January.

For more information and for the submission of the application please contact:

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