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Nordic Urban Mobility 2050 Futures Game at Nordic EV Summit

Mobility experts testing the game at a conference in Brussels. Photo: Dorde Tomic / OASC
  • Published 04/03/2019
Join us at Nordic EV Summit in Oslo and help plan and prepare for the future of mobility in Nordic cities.
Activity

Nordic Urban Mobility 2050 Futures Game

Time

From 22/03/2019
To 22/03/2019

Place

Nordic EV Summit, Clarion Hotel The Hub, Oslo, Norway
Register now!

We invite experts within mobility, sustainability and smart cities to play the Nordic Urban Mobility 2050 Futures Game at Nordic EV Summit 2019.

Join municipalities, companies and policy-makers to create future scenarios for mobility in Nordic cities. The aim of the game is to help plan and prepare for the future of mobility in Nordic cities and urban areas, and to encourage participants to create new Nordic project proposals that can be funded by Nordic Innovation.

 

When: 22 March, 11:00 - 12:30

Where: Nordic EV Summit at Clarion Hotel The Hub, Oslo, Norway (map)

 

 

Register for a game session now!

 

 

You do not need any prior knowledge on games or futures thinking to participate in the game, but we encourage you to be an active player with an open mind.

 

 

Game background

 

Urbanisation is one of the key future megatrends in the Nordic region, just like in the rest of the world. By 2050, 66 percent of the world’s population is expected to live in urban areas and is something we need to plan for also in the Nordics.

 

Mobility systems play an important part in ensuring that our growing urban areas will be liveable smart, and sustainable and we need to start thinking about how to develop them sooner rather than later. Based on research, in-depth interviews with mobility experts, and testing, Finnish service design company Hellon have together with Nordic Innovation developed the Nordic Urban Mobility 2050 Futures Game.

 

The game will be used as a conversation starter for municipalities, companies and citizens to help plan and prepare for future of mobility, and to encourage participants to create new Nordic project proposals that can be funded by Nordic Innovation. 

 

The game is developed as part of our Nordic Smart Mobility and Connectivity programme to contribute to speeding up the transition to a more sustainable and connected mobile future in the Nordic region.