2 dies / 25 sessions
Informació – debat – interacció

Setembre 21-22
Sala Garbí


11:00 – 14:00
Side event

SYN+AIR’s 1 st stakeholders’ workshop

SYN+AIR project funded by SESAR Joint Undertaking under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 894116. 

Collaboration is a concept that carries heavy weight when discussing multimodal trips of passengers. For Transport Service Providers (TSPs), it is a method to facilitate a seamless door-to-door (D2D) journey. Nevertheless, collaboration is a very generic concept that is hard to define. For SYN+AIR, collaboration among modes of transport relates to data sharing among TSPs enabling passengers to enjoy a seamless door-to-door travel experience. The main objective of SYN+AIR is to develop a Smart Contracts Framework, to tackle the aforementioned challenges.

Smart Contracts are agreements among TSPs that define data sharing criteria (scope, parties’ obligations, contract’s time span and fulfilment criteria). Therefore, we will achieve this by generating common goals for Transport Service Providers (TSPs) that will justify data sharing, facilitating the user to execute a seamless D2D journey. 

Hence, this workshop aims with interactive sessions to 

  1. Bring together Travel Service Providers of different modes, data experts and transportation engineers to gain their insights on data sharing between different modes of transport to facilitate seamless transport and improve passengers travel experience. 
  2. Present the findings of the project’s activities on 3 axes of research: business, data and technical.

The 1st Stakeholders workshop is going to take place within IMC21 on 22nd of September. However, aim to have an ice breaker meeting on the 21st of September. This is a non-obligatory meeting and aims to get to know the consortium and discuss the findings of the project non formal way. 

The workshop will have different parallel sessions about the three main axis of the project namely Business Policy, Data exchange and Technology exploration that are combined to facilitate us identify the opportunities and the hindrances to the promotion of D2D 4h seamless travelling. The agenda will be the following:


Josep Lluis Larriba-Pey

director of DAMA-UPC and Sparsity Technologies founder

Side event


Dr Slavica


Associate Professor, University of Belgrade – Faculty of Transport and
Traffic Engineering



AETHON engineering-Technical Officer



Sparsity Technologies, Project Manager