The last edition of the NODES project puts the spotlight on the NODES partner from Reading. The central article highlights Reading practice in developing jointly with Microsoft a PRM headset guidance system. The Newsletter also comes back on the results of the transfer event in Thessaloniki and present the results of the final conference in Brussels on September 22nd and the last transfer event in Ghent the day after.Read More
The third edition of the NODES project puts the spotlight on the NODES partner from Thessaloniki . The central article highlights Thessaloniki’s achievements in the project. The three NODES testing sites in Thessaloniki offer a good illustration of the variety of interchanges and the challenge they bring: an airport, bus interconnections, taxis and a connecting underground station.Read More
The second edition of the NODES project puts the spotlight on the Toulouse NODES partner. The central article highlights the Toulouse interchange typology and how it fits in with the NODES project. The three NODES testing sites in Toulouse are a good illustration in themselves of the variety of interchanges and the challenge of classification: an airport, a main train station and a connecting underground station.
A lot has happened in the autumn with the ongoing work in NODES being presented at a number of events. You can read about the feedback from the third NODES User group meeting that took place in Barcelona end of September. Tools on the topics of Land use & Infrastructure and Design were presented and participants were able to give a first views on the toolbox. And just last week, the project featured in a session and in the Thinking Cities magazine edition for the Polis annual conference. With tools testing well underway in the nines NODES sites, this newsletter also brings you some insight into progress in Rome and Thessaloniki.Read More
As the project enters the operational phase with testing underway, we are pleased to issue the first NODES newsletter. In this first edition of the NODES newsletter, we want to highlight how interchanges are essential components of transport networks of the future and how they will increasingly become strategic places.
The central article looks more closely at the Snow Hill Interchange in Birmingham city center, one the nine NODES testing sites. Through the illustrated example of the Snow Hill interchange, readers will have an insight into the work being done in tools testing as well as the strategic dimension of interchanges.
This is also reflected in the events that have recently taken place surrounding the NODES testing sites. The inauguration of Reading and Thessaloniki NODES interchanges were a grand affair with high level dignitaries and statesman present.
In the newsletter, you will find information on the next project related events. This issue has the information on the 3rd User Group meeting that takes place in Barcelona on the 30th of September and 1st of October.Read More