From Open Source EVs to Open Data on mobility behavior or combustion emissions and to Open Source Software for sharing mobility assets, Open Source Mobility can have many facets. With our MeetUp
Sebastian Kürten has developed Open Metro Maps, a project aiming at enabling citizens to create their own, utilizable open public transit map, similar to OpenStreetMap. Sebastian thinks that transit maps can visualize and condense even more useful information for users thus be of great use for the open source mobility community. He will offer some insights
As the digital universe of information is constantly synchronizing in real time, Robin Coenen and Danielle Rosales are a designer and a sociologist, teaming up to offer expertise in various visualization strategies and tools. They act as visual experts in the complexities of the digitization process, designing and generating visual grammar. Their broad portfolio contains commissions from user-centered city cartography (Grand Paris Express) to UX- and interface design for a cooperative social-tourism platform, which considers the human right to travel as its core guideline.
We had a great evening with inspiring talks and a lively discussion