CHALLENGE IN SUSTAINABLE AND INNOVATIVE MOBILITY
In partnership with Montreal en Commun of the Quebec metropolis
Grand challenges of mobility require the joint work of several parties. If collaborating to shape better mobility for your community is important to you, join us to capitalize on opportunities in the fields of carpooling, parking and data analysis through collective intelligence.
WHAT IS A MOBILITY CHALLENGE?
A challenge is a serie of experimental activities based on design thinking theory, agility, and business experimentation. It is composed of several phases (identification of challenges, prioritization of hypotheses and prototyping, design of experiments) that allow us to identify valuable solutions as quickly as possible.
At the Fabrique des Mobilités Québec, we have launched two challenges simultaneously in the second half of 2021: one on the issues around new uses of the curb and another on the revitalization of carpooling after the pandemic. Both are still currently in their third phase (experimentation). The format allows to mobilize an ecosystem in the broad sense, and thus to bring together diverse opinions and expertise around a common theme. The challenges have therefore enabled us to move forward on the objectives of mobilization, viability and alignment of teams and partners.
THE MOBILITY CHALLENGE PHASES
Organize collaborative work session (Open Forum) to identify issues and prioritize key issues.
Organize collaborative rapid prototyping sessions and workshops (or design jams) to begin to establish answers to the questions.
Create form innovation teams to move on to experimentation, and thus develop relevant solutions around the avenues envisaged for each of the major issues identified during the Open Forum
MOBILITY CHALLENGE PARTNERS
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