Micro-mobility is changing how people move in European cities. It increases efficiency, environmental sustainability, and affordability of short trips. But there’s a long way to go to seamlessly integrate scooters, bikes, and mopeds in sustainable, affordable, and convenient city mobility ecosystems.
The new paradigm of education is omni-learning. The effects of changing patterns in the labor market, non-traditional providers of education, demand for digital skills, changing preferences of learners, and the development of transformative enabling technology has radically changed how education is perceived, valued in the labor market, provided, and, ultimately, also how it is experienced […]
Chris Pennell Research Director, IDC Government Insights Read full bio Ksenia Efimova Senior Research Analyst, EMEA Telecoms and NetworkingRead full bio Demand for funding through the European Commission’s WiFi4EU program demonstrates that there is still considerable interest for WiFi in public spaces by municipalities.
Massimiliano ClapsResearch Director Read full bio Julia NeuschmidSenior Research AnalystRead full bio A city in Finland uses mobile phone data to detect which modes of transportation a person is using. The information is then compiled into a carbon footprint scoring mechanism that can yield discounts for “righteous” citizens.