Next week we will present FAIR Stations at the International Transport Forum (ITF) Summit in Leipzig, Germany. Our Technical Manager Emmanuel Matsika will present a paper titled “Security of Future Stations – Risk Assessment Tool for Analysing Impact of Terrorist Attacks” at the Pre-Summit Transport Research Day. This will take place on Tuesday 22 May, one day prior to Read more about FAIR Stations at the ITF 2018 in Leipzig next week![…]
On the 19th-20th April 2018 the FAIR Stations project had its General Assembly meeting at TU Wien premises. The partners could present the progress made and the results achieved so far, and the plans for the next months. Our Project Advisory Board members also attended – from CERMI, Università degli Studi di Genova, Talgo, Société Read more about Project General Assembly and Advisory Board meeting in Vienna![…]
Last week our colleagues from UNEW and UITP presented the FAIR Stations project at the TRA 2018 in Vienna. A project presentation and a poster were prepared for the event, which raised a lot of interest from the public! To further disseminate the project, a video was also played at the Shift2Rail stand!
Come and meet us at the TRA 2018 in Vienna next week! On Tuesday 17 April, you will find our Technical Manager Emmanuel Matsika (UNEW), presenting the FAIR Stations project poster “Factors to Consider in the Design of Future Secure and Accessible Rail Stations” in the Marketplace of the Exhibition Area. Besides you will be Read more about FAIR Stations at the TRA 2018 in Vienna next week![…]
Our consortium members Daria Kuzmina (UITP) and Takeru Shibayama (TUW) presented the FAIR Stations’ project concept and the current activities to the participants of the 17th UITP Design and Culture working group meeting on March 1st and 2nd in Vienna, hosted by Wiener Linen. It was a chance to collect feedback on some key aspects Read more about FAIR Stations at the UITP Design and Culture Working Group Meeting[…]
During the first two weeks of February, as part of the project activity focused on research on needs, preferences and expectations of Persons with Reduced Mobility (PRMs), 14 observational trips took place in Madrid, whose aim was to test in a real environment all the difficulties of People with Reduced Mobility. Conducted by ILUNION Tecnologia Read more about Observational Trips in Madrid[…]
In order to gather insights on the needs, preferences and expectations of Persons with Reduced Mobility when using Railway Stations, from 22th of January to 1st of February, ILUNION Tecnología y Accesibilidad conducted in its headquarters in Madrid an overall of 8 Focus group discussions regarding 7 different categories of Persons with Reduced Mobility, with Read more about Focus Group Discussion in Madrid[…]
On the 1st December 2017 Stam organized a workshop on energy and transports. These sectors are closely interconnected and represent key elements for the creation of a Smart City. The EU, which has strongly supported research in these areas, has created a framework to support research both at European level, such as Horizon 2020, and Read more about FAIR Stations presented in Genova[…]
On the 27th-28th September 2017 the FAIR Stations project had its kick off meeting in Genoa, Italy. The EC Project Officer made the opening introductory presentation via telco. Partners presented their workflow for the project overall and then focussed on setting up the framework to manage the initial tasks concerning dissemination activities, setting up the Read more about Project Kick-Off![…]
Our FAIR Stations project has officially started!