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MeetUp #3: 24 July, 6pm @ Open Source Lab: Mobility Partnerships

We are happy to announce that our next MeetUp will take place at our lab on 24 July at 5.30. On this occasion, we are looking for answers to the question of how Private-Public Partnerships can help enable a more sustainable and inclusive mobility. There will be three amazing speakers talking about their experiences and visions. more


Get Together & Discussion: Open Data Institute & Travelspirit Foundation (UK) – 24 April 2019 5:30pm

On 24 April our next Get Together & Discussion event is taking place, everyone is warmly welcome! We are especially happy to welcome our guests from UK: the Open Data Institute and the TravelSpirit Foundation will give insights into their inspiring work. At 5.30 pm we are opening our doors for everyone interested in sustainable mobility. Join us at the Get Together for drinks, snacks and more


Roundtable & Get Together – Open Source Shared Mobility

On November 27, 2018 our first Roundtable with a great group of experts and a welcoming Get Together in light of the question „What emerges in the overlap of ‘shared mobility’ and an ‘open source’ approach?“ took place at the Open Source Lab in Berlin. With diverse perspectives on mobility, we were discussing future concepts at the intersection between shared mobility notions and open source more


Workshop Review: I’ll take the Monster Truck

How to prototype Open Source Mobility? A group of industrial design students from the University of the Arts Berlin conducted experiments about micro mobility in public space in a weeklong design methods seminar and offers interesting insights to the practicality of mobility modes. The aim of the course was to use and adapt design research methods for the […] more