SAMS stands for Sustainable Accessibility and Mobility Services and is a transdiciplinary research programme financed by Mistra. It provides a forum for knowledge exchange and collaboration between industry, the public sector and research.
The programme is hosted and managed by KTH Royal Institute of Technology in close cooperation with VTI, the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute. Together with its partners, Mistra SAMS conducts innovative research on the sustainable transformation of accessibility and mobility in primarily an urban environment.
Green Leap is mainly engaged in Work Package 5 that aims at designing integrated Accessibility Service Innovations (ASI) using combinations of accessibility services and multisided digital platform (MSDP). The design will be developed together with stakeholders and users and tested in living lab environments in order to reach pre-commercial prototypes.