Dutch pilot will be organized within the Urban living lab Breda, with a specific focus on the HogeVucht neighborhood; a very multicultural district. Many inhabitants have low annual income and benefit from social help, the pilot will pay specific attention to these vulnerable population groups.
In the Helsinki pilot, a group of test users will give feedback through Helsinki’s digital twin on accessibility and ideas on how to improve the city infrastructure from the viewpoint of persons with mobility impairments.
Thessaloniki pilot will be implemented within Smart Mobility Living Lab, focusing on the Egnatia corridor. Due to high levels of congestion, the lack of parking slots, and insufficient infrastructure (e.g inconsistencies in ramp corridors) it is one of the most challenging areas for elder and disabled people.