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DIGINEXT

Country: France
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  • Open Access mandate for Publications
    Funder: EC Project Code: 720560
    Overall Budget: 2,534,560 EURFunder Contribution: 1,733,380 EUR
    Partners: LOBA, EXUS, DIGINEXT, INCONITO

    Next-generation location-based experiences (LBEs) will involve multiple participants in mixed realities taking place in the real world, evolving according to a non-linear interactive scenario, and involving multiple users collaborating or competing. They will take multiple forms ranging from informative, educational and entertaining in multiple domains such as cultural heritage, tourism, transport, education, lifestyle etc. They are set to be the next big thing in IT as indicated by the millions of dollars invested by the likes of Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple in the development of such experiences (e.g. Ingress) or the acquisition of start-ups (e.g. Magic Leap). Some roadblocks however slow down their advent. The complexity and cost of their development, requires a combination of high expertise in multiple domains (e.g. software development, networking, geo-positioning, simulation, user interfaces). MAGELLAN redefines LBEs on mobile devices worldwide, by leveraging a codeless platform for the rapid and cost-effective creation and promotion of LBEs/games, harnessing a global ecosystem of authors. By removing inherent barriers, MAGELLAN aims at tapping at the unlocked value residing within the creativity of people and organizations alike. MAGELLAN is a 24-month activity, leading to a market-ready product and a new business entity to drive the adoption and scale-up of the platform and the value propositions stemming from that. Based on the excellent outputs of the MAGELLAN FP7 Project and their long-standing partnership, the two main industrial applicants (EXUS, DXT) will drive the platform towards commercialization. A partnership has been established with LOBA and INCONITO, two esteemed marketing and business strategy companies, to complement the effort with the necessary skills that will help drive adoption. The funding requested will support the first steps towards commercialization until the business becomes self-sustainable (even at marginal profits).

  • Open Access mandate for Publications
    Funder: EC Project Code: 777599
    Overall Budget: 2,564,500 EURFunder Contribution: 1,795,150 EUR
    Partners: THP, HACON INGENIEURGESELLSCHAFT MBH, Indra (Spain), DIGINEXT, BOMBARDIER TRANSPORTATION SWEDEN AB, NETWORK RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE LTD, CS GROUP - FRANCE

    Coordination and demonstration embracing all areas of IP4 and targets aiming to assist support ensure and promote a common technical approach across the IP4 to allow integrated and coherent Technical Demonstrations as outlined on Shift2Rail master plan. Te objective will be achieved through different activities involving and promoting the collaborative participation of associated projects (for members of Shit2Rail and from open calls) and the partners involved, through the close technical interface with the different projects and the coordination of the integration activities activities to support and achieve consistency and convergence amongst the different projects, feeding a reliable set of technical packages.

  • Open Access mandate for Publications
    Funder: EC Project Code: 826385
    Funder Contribution: 5,196,030 EUR
    Partners: PKP POLISH STATE RAILWAYS, CS GROUP - FRANCE, Amadeus (Spain), DIGINEXT, THP, NETWORK RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE LTD, Indra (Spain)

    MaaSive project will be part of Shift2Rail (S2R), the first rail joint technology initiative focused on accelerating the integration of new and advanced technologies into innovative rail product solutions. It is framed within the innovation Program 4 (IP4), which addresses “IT solutions for attractive Railway services”. MaaSive continues and complements the work accomplished within previous projects, ATTRACkTIVE and CO-ACTIVE, in the areas of travel shopping, trip tracking, booking and ticketing, and the development of a travel companion. The project not only will enhance and provide extra functionalities to the existing IP4 ecosystem, but also makes emphasis in the compatibility of this ecosystem with the Mobility as a Service approach.

  • Open Access mandate for Publications
    Funder: EC Project Code: 777522
    Overall Budget: 5,025,410 EURFunder Contribution: 3,513,530 EUR
    Partners: HITACHI RAIL STS SPA, DIGINEXT, Indra (Spain), NETWORK RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE LTD, HACON INGENIEURGESELLSCHAFT MBH, CS GROUP - FRANCE, Thales (France)

    CONNECTIVE project will be part of Shift2Rail (S2R), the first rail joint technology initiative focused on accelerating the integration of new and advanced technologies into innovative rail product solutions. CONNECTIVE aims to be the technical backbone of S2R´s Innovation Programme 4 (IP4), which addresses the provision of “IT solutions for attractive Railway services”. Thereby, CONNECTIVE will provide other S2R-IP4 projects with a technical framework and a set of tools that will foster the digital transformation of the rail and in general all the transport ecosystem, allowing to reach unprecedented multimodal travel experiences and to improve the fit between supply and demand. CONNECTIVE will provide new levels of interoperability and seamless access to all transport data and services in a multimodal and distributed environment, while offering a common business intelligence to extract insights of the ecosystem, valuable for both users and service providers.

  • Open Access mandate for Publications
    Funder: EC Project Code: 730822
    Overall Budget: 3,212,110 EURFunder Contribution: 2,248,480 EUR
    Partners: Indra (Spain), THP, HACON INGENIEURGESELLSCHAFT MBH, CS GROUP - FRANCE, NETWORK RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE LTD, HITACHI RAIL STS SPA, DIGINEXT

    Mankind’s carbon footprint is the underlying cause of global warming. Reducing it drastically within the next few years is imperative and favouring public transportation will be a deciding factor in this race. New technologies have the potential to enable the creation of better public transportation systems, thus enticing citizens away from using private means. Today’s travellers indeed consider public transportation as a source of difficulties and a cumbersome way to travel. When riders choose their journeys, they are often left to fend for themselves. They have to figure out transfers between multimodal forms of travel and how to handle disruptions and re-plan their route, when not left stranded. In addition, the current variety and heterogeneity of services along multimodal journeys is another serious source of complication and frustration. Increasing the attractiveness of rail transport requires a novel and integrated solution that will be developed in the IP4 part of the Shift2Rail project. It will guide, support, inform, and even entertain users throughout their entire itinerary, adapting to unforeseeable interruptions and events in order to propose alternative routes, including in the first and last miles. A real door-to-door travel solution including all modes of transport will be developed along with new forms of traveller experiences aiming to transform the travel itself into an “ATTRACkTIVE” part of the journey. This proposal aims to implement both the Shift2Rail Trip Tracker (TD4.4) and Travel Companion (TD4.5), two major components to materialise this vision and deliver seamless door-to-door travel support encompassing both public and private transportation portions of a journey. This includes disruption handling, navigation and user centric ubiquitous applications as well as the required tooling and modular design to foster adoption and enable future refinements, new concepts and ideas.