UNeed.IT is an innovative start-up specialized in planning and implementation of sustainable mobility systems, with study and research activities focusing on emerging scenarios in the transport sector.
Our ambition is to promote the sustainable development of our society, contributing to the achievement of the following Sustainable Development Objectives adopted by the United Nations Organization:
We are working to ensure that by 2030 safe, accessible and sustainable transport systems can be guaranteed to all.
We are also committed to reducing the negative environmental impact of cities by 2030, with a particular focus on air quality.
We contribute to the development of quality, reliable, sustainable and resilient infrastructure that supports economic development and social well-being, fairly and economically accessible for all.
We facilitate the development of sustainable and resilient infrastructure in Developing Countries through technical and technological support.
In its activities UNeed.IT promotes the use of the most innovative technologies and the most advanced methods to provide results with the highest value.
UNeed.IT carries out its activities in close collaboration with FRED Engineering (www.fredeng.eu), thus relying on specialized expertise in the field of road safety.
Conceive an idea, determine the general lines, the project / program of something that will be, or should be, and then realize it. UNeed.IT supports its clients in a wide set of activities that includes the identification of all the necessary skills, the most suitable partners, as well as the identification of stakeholders and the necessary financing forms.
WE PLANRegulate, organize, design according to a plan. Transport systems/solutions are complex and interdependent. UNeed.IT plans systems on different scales and adapts specific solutions to the general context, considering the interactions with other elements.
WE DESIGNUNeed.IT designs sustainable solutions for transport systems that take into account international best practices, technical standards and the latest technological innovations, as well as local conditions and constraints.
To use a practice in another context. The measures or good practices should be adapted to the legal, administrative, cultural and economic conditions of the place of destination. UNeed.IT provides specialized services to facilitate the adaptation of mobility and governance solutions to the local context.
WE ASSESSCalculate, count, quantify, estimate the expected or potential impact of interventions, the costs, the implementation time. UNeed.IT provides services for the assessment of the impact of proposed solutions, adopting the most modern analysis techniques.
The project aims to implement a sustainable mobility system in the municipalities of Orbetello, Monte Argentario and Isola del Giglio, with the aim of contributing to the reduction of environmental pollution.
The study analyses the current situation of dangerous goods traffic management initiatives in Italy and provides development prospects for the Road Safety Information Coordination Centre of the Italian Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport.
ELVITEN demonstrates how light electric vehicles (EL-V) can be used in urban areas and integrated into the existing transport network.
The transition process towards sustainable transport and mobility can only be driven by relevant, comprehensive, timely and reliable data. To this end, the establishment of the National Transport Data Observatory is an essential and integral part of improving the governance of the transport sector in Pakistan.
“A smart city should be nothing more than a city of sharing and caring”
Prof. Muhammad Yunus
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The study, which analyzes the current situation at national and European level with regard to the transport of dangerous goods, describes the dimensions of the phenomenon and identifies the main institutional actors playing a role in the sector.
The current regulatory framework and the main monitoring initiatives relevant to the Italian context are analyzed.
Finally, the monitoring needs of dangerous goods at national level are described and potential telematic roles and services are identified.
ELVITEN is present in six European cities. The demonstration cities differ in specific characteristics (existing EL-V fleets, infrastructure, mobility problems, policies) but involve all existing EL-V infrastructure fleets. ELVITEN will achieve a mental shift between the users of these cities by providing them with a better EL-V experience.
A demonstration of electric bike sharing in the city of Rome is planned as part of the project. In particular, 60 electric bikes (type Le1A) will be used and their travel and perceived utility will be monitored.
The project aims to create a system for data collection and analysis, covering all modes of transport, for both freight and passenger transport.
The system will be populated with existing data provided by government authorities at different territorial levels, supplemented by ad hoc surveys and consultations.
The output of the activity, preparatory to the future implementation of the observatory, consists of a detailed plan containing all the necessary regulatory, legal, technical and financial elements.