Funded by the European Commission under the Horizon Europe Program, with a total budget of over €12 M, the project involves a Consortium of43 partners led by the Urban Electric Mobility Initiative (UEMI).
In its 42 monthsduration, GEMINI will develop and test sustainable business models for New Mobility Services (NMS) to increase shared mobility solutions (MaaS and MaaC) .
Develop and test sustainable business models
Develop 8 New Mobility Service
Structure the path from business scenarios to upscaled NMS business ventures
Implement digital enablers
to win the CHALLENGES
Increase shared mobility solutions
Engage local communities
Strengthen cooperation among stakeholders
Support cities optimising shared mobility
GEMINI will structure the path from business scenarios to upscaled NMS business ventures, by building an Open Innovation Ecosystem to strengthen cooperation among stakeholders, setting the foundations for establishing public–private partnerships (PPP), mobility hubs, open mobility dataspaces and highly integrated MaaS systems.
The project is expected to test and validate shared mobility services in mobility management address key urban challenges such as climate change, air quality, road safety, social inclusion and accessibility.
Identifies and responds to disruptive events in multimodal transport corridors.
Its core objective is to enable synchro-modal relay transport on European rail, road, and inland waterways, enhancing network resilience and efficiency. The system achieves this through a standardized description of multimodal transport networks, an algorithm for calculating alternative routes during disruptions, a collaborative platform for freight operators to manage disruptions, and the use of Reinforcement Learning to create a self-learning, adaptive freight transport and logistics network. The goal is to minimize damage, shorten recovery time, reduce emissions, and boost overall corridor efficiency in the face of disruptions.
Integration of new shared mobility modes with public transport
Transform current mobility networks into novel shared mobility systems integrated with public transport in 15+ European cities by 2026. Intermodality, interconnectivity, sustainability, safety, and resilience are at the core of this innovation. The outcomes of the project offer affordable and reliable solutions that consider the needs of all stakeholders, such as end users, private companies, and public urban authorities.