DIAMOND results to be proven in four specific public and private transport sectors, representative of the main mobility modes.
Railways and public multimodal transport
Research study on stations safety, accessibility and comfort from a gender perspective. Validation of the self-diagnose and DSS tool for infrastructure and transport service planning.
Analysis of the comfort and safety of automated vehicles to adapt the design and functionality of electronic stability controllers (ESC) to gender through algorithms and machine learning.
Evidence of needs and requirements in the planning of vehicle sharing services addressing gender. Validation and diagnosis of DIAMOND’s Decision Support System for vehicles points and fleet distribution and location planning.
Corporate social responsibility and employment
Research on women’s participation in the transport and logistics sectors crossed with concrete job positions and new opportunities to translate this understanding into concrete better gender-oriented job descriptions and use of adapted candidate search processes.
1. Women in transport system model
Evidence-based and living model with multi-dimensional variables allowing a clear picture of behavioural patterns as well as gaps, opportunities and recommendations for a fair and inclusive, safe and secure transport system.
2. DIAMOND toolbox
Interoperable and user-friendly tool for fairness self-diagnosis and decision support in transport planning able to evaluate the gender inclusion degree of any specific transport planner, as well as provide recommendations on measures and actions for more gender sensitive measures, based on the weaknesses detected.
3. Curriculum guidelines
CV design guidelines for future transport professionals on how to handle gender needs in transport planning and how to tackle opportunities based on incorporating women talent within the sector.
4. White paper
White paper for a more fair, inclusive and women-participated mobility and transport system, aiming at recommending concrete measures to enhance women’s job hiring, adapt training modules to the required skills and support the design and transport’s modes and access of infrastructure.
5. Novel fair CSR protocols
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) protocols for a systematic inclusive approach for the transport industry in planning decisions and job offering to be presented to transport entities.
6. Guidelines for the autonomous automotive sector
Guidelines for automotive companies on how to better adapt autonomous vehicles dynamics to human dynamics taking into account gender to help translate into design recommendations for vehicle adaptive automation.