Eurecat – Eurecat is the leading Technology Centre of Catalonia. It provides the industrial and business sector with differential technology and advanced expertise, offers solutions to their innovation needs and boosts their competitiveness in a fast-paced environment. One of the key priority areas of the centre focuses on Sustainable Mobility and Big Data Analytics. Eurecat contributes to the project with its experience in fair algorithms, the analysis of social data and decision support systems, as well as autonomous driving, urban connected mobility, electric vehicles and batteries, among others.
AITEC – AITEC is a R&D performing SME with the aim to increase the innovation capacity and level of technology of companies to improve their competitiveness in the industrial sector. AITEC, which obtained the stamp of innovative SME granted by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, is focussed on innovative solutions for the transport and logistics. AITEC has relevant experience in the field of safety, security, environment and CSR (corporate social responsibility) applied to transport in both, R&D&I and consultancy and auditing.
Autolib Vélib – Autolib’ Vélib’ is the electric vehicle rental and the self-service bicycle serviceoperating in Paris metropolitan area, the first public service plan with electric vehicles to be developed in a large European metropolis. As a vehicle-sharing operator, Autolib leads the vehicle-sharing fleet management use-case in order to understand women’s needs in the planning of pickup-return points for vehicles.
Edinburgh Napier University – Edinburgh Napier University is a public university in Edinburgh with over 19,500 students. The University participates to the project though its Transport Research Institute, Scotland’s largest and longest established transport research group with extensive expertise in socio economics impacts assessment, efficiency analysis, and social aspects in gender equality and travel behaviour research.
Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya – Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat (FGC) is a suburban railway operator and infrastructure administrator with the aim to contribute to the improvement of Catalonia’s mobility. FGC provides to the project their expertise in the design of stations, trains and other railway infrastructure and is responsible for the public transport infrastructure use-case.
Genre & Ville –Genre et Ville is a research and action lab, which goal is to make territories more inclusive and equal, providing gender urban planning expertise and innovative methodologies to public administrations. In DIAMOND project Genre & Ville will act as a consultant on gender issues, providing good practices through a gender lens.
Hexagon Studio – Hexagon Studio is a R&D centre delivering unique design and engineering solutions on a national and international scale. Hexagon Studio participates in the definition and running of the specific use-case on adaptation to vehicles to human dynamics and will use DIAMOND’s results to develop new algorithms for gender adaptation in vehicle dynamics control designs.
Public Transport Authority in Warsaw – The Public Transport Authority in Warsaw(ZTM) is responsible for planning, organizing and coordination of the city’s public transport. The budgetary unit of the City of Warsawis one of DIAMOND’s solution testers, with the goal to analyse women’s needs and expectations of public transport and get insight about how to improve their services and implement new mobility forms.
RINA – RINA is a multinational player supporting clients in the development and management of global initiatives across a wide range of sectors. During the project, RINA is responsible to test project results and bring their expertise to assess possibilities for new certifications including gender design adaptation and standardisation.
Systematica – Systematica is a transport planning and mobility engineering consultancy firm that plans and designs solutions for mobility needs through a data-driven and tool-based tailored approach. Systematica coordinates the identification, acquisition and processing of (big) data necessary to perform multidisciplinary analysis for each use-case, and brings the perspective from real life situations, ensuring that the research takes into account all relevant aspects in structuring a proper and useful methodology.
TU Dublin – Technological University Dublin is the first Technological University in the Republic of Ireland since January 1st 2019. TU Dublin was formed by merging three Dublin based Institutes of Technology (DIT, ITB and ITT) and is now the largest higher education institution in Ireland with almost 28,000 students and over 3,000 staff.. The TU Dublin Diamond Team is affiliated with the Environmental Sustainability and Health Institute (ESHI), the School of Management, the School of Mathematical Sciences and School of Civil & Structural Engineering at TU Dublin (with a link into the multidisciplinary MSc in Transport and Mobility). This unique multidisciplinary capacity is used in the Diamond project integrating scientific and technical expertise with policy and regulatory influencing capability.
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering – The Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering (FTTE), as one of the faculties of the University of Belgrade is the oldest academic and research institution in the field of transportation in Serbia. The FTTE promotes applied research, new methodologies and technologies to provide solutions in the area of transport engineering. It participates to DIAMOND project defining the methodology for efficient and impact assessment and analysis based on productive equity concept.
University of Stirling – The University of Stirling, in Scotland, aims to be at the forefront of research and learning that is based on the principles of responsible and sustainable business, policy and practice. The Management Work and Organisation (MWO) Department within the Faculty of the Stirling Management School contributes to the project with its extensive experience in transport and employment research.
WAVE – WoMen and Vehicles in Europe (WAVE) is an association aimed at everyone (men and women) working in the automotive and mobility sector and has two interdependent goals: among women – to promote automotive career opportunities, among all those in the mobility sector – to open up the sector so that women can provide complementary expertise and a new dynamism. WAVE contributes to the use-case definition and requirements in terms of employment in the sector, as well as inclusion of gender needs in the design of cars.