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Smart mobility providing smart cities


  • Isabelle Nicolaï

    (LGI - Laboratoire Génie Industriel - EA 2606 - CentraleSupélec)

  • Rémy Le Boennec

    (Institut VEDECOM, LGI - Laboratoire Génie Industriel - EA 2606 - CentraleSupélec)


In a smart city, urban and transport planning should be co-conducted harmoniously in order to create a new transit-supportive city. After defining our vision of smart mobility, we will present and analyse the links between the transport system, disruptive innovation, and the role of public policies in change management. We focus on the way to organise the co-conception of smart mobility, defined as a disruptive eco-innovation, in a local territory. The development and diffusion of innovations within the mobility ecosystem significantly disrupt usages and modify market boundaries. Implementation conditions to achieve a widespread adoption of smart mobility are discussed and the role and decision-making methods of territorial actors are considered.

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  • Isabelle Nicolaï & Rémy Le Boennec, 2018. "Smart mobility providing smart cities," Post-Print halshs-01794612, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:halshs-01794612
    DOI: 10.1007/978.3.319.79060.2
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