There are several smart mobility projects and pilots ongoing and completed in the Jätkäsaari area. Our key projects support Jätkäsaari Mobility Lab by creating services, open data and infrastructure to build upon.
Addressing challenges of secure and trusted use of connected vehicle data.
6,9M€ total (Horizon 2020)
Piia Hanhirova (Forum Virium Helsinki)
Ubiwhere and traffic measurements
Testing traffic data measurements and producing open data from relevant intersections in the area.
Matias Oikari (Forum Virium Helsinki)
Autonomous street sweeper
Goal: Testing the feasibility of an autonomous street sweeper
Contact: Janne Rinne (Forum Virium Helsinki)
Last-meter routing for delivery logistics
Making urban delivery logistics smoother by detailed entrance data and last-meter routing tool.
Schedule Q4/2020 - Q1/2021
Janne Rinne (Forum Virium Helsinki)
More info about the pilot (In Finnish)https://forumvirium.fi/tietorahti-pilotti-helsinki/
Electric Cargo Bikes
Goal: Learning about user behaviour and developing the operating model for scalability.
More information (in Finnish)https://www.hel.fi/uutiset/fi/hkl/kuormapyorapalvelu-kaupunkilaisten-kokeiltavana-jatkasaaren-ja-ruoholahden-alueella
Kiss-n-ride traffic to Jätkäsaari
Goal The goal of the experiment is to gain a better understanding of the traffic to and from Jätkäsaari, including emissions related to those vehicles.
Schedule Q4/2020 and Q2/2021
Contact Janne Rinne, Forum Virium Helsinki
More info (in Finnish)https://jatkakokeilee.fi/liikennemittaus-jatkasaaressa/
Shared Micro depots for Urban pickups and Delivery (SMUD)
Goals The aim is to develop parcel distribution with zero-emission bicycles for online orders. In addition, it will facilitate other trials tackling challenges of city logistics in a densely populated city centre area.
Contacts Pete Pättiniemi, Forum Virium Helsinki
Last Mile Autonomous Delivery (LMAD)
Goals The goal is to learn about the potential of delivery robots in open environments.
Contacts Assi Rautanen & Matias Oikari, Forum Virium Helsinki
Micro-mobility data analysis
Goals The goal is to better understand the possibilities and tools for monitoring the use of e-scooters and other micro-mobility vehicles.
Contacts Janne Rinne, Forum Virium Helsinki
Goals Developing and piloting an application that can detect vulnerable road users crossing roads to alert drivers of potential collisions.
Jätkäsaari Smart Junction
GoalsGenerate open data on traffic situation for third parties, and using this data to find ways of improving traffic fluency in the harbour area with the help of AI.
DurationQ4/2019 - Q4/2021
Funding59 500€ from Jätkäsaari Mobility Lab for equipment procurement, installation and consultation services for the opening of data. 50 000€ from Port of Helsinki for AI based traffic optimization solutions.
ContactsMikko Lehtonen (City of Helsinki)
UIA HOPE – Air quality
GOALSChange that the project wants to achieve is that citizens find air quality issues easily relatable and understandable.
Timetable01/11/2018 - 31/10/2021
BudgetTotal ERDF budget granted EUR 4,561,260.28
Contact Jussi Kulonpalo (City of Helsinki)
Last Mile – Perille Asti
Goals The project aims to find new mobility services and technologies, enabling smooth and sustainable traffic in metropolitan Helsinki area. The goal is to facilitate piloting of new mobility solutions, and to learn from them and to share the results and learnings to city representatives, residents and the whole smart mobility ecosystem.
Funding European Regional Development Fund (Six City Strategy; 6Aika)
Contacts Heli Ponto, Project Manager, Forum Virium Helsinki
Get Home Safely
GoalsThe aim of the Get Home Safely project is to develop a smart lighting solution by combining an architectural perspective and IoT technology to improve safety of citizens and provide users a pleasant experience during their daily commute. Moreover, the digital twin created by Aalto University illustrates its usefulness in urban planning.
FundingThe project has received co-funding from EIT Digital and Helsinki pilot is supported by City of Helsinki co-financing.
ContactsHeidi Heinonen (Forum Virium Helsinki)
Mobility Urban Values – MUV
GoalsThe MUV system will result from the combination of behavioural change techniques, new technologies, data science and co-design approaches.
FundingThe project has received funding from European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
ContactsSami Sahala (Forum Virium Helsinki)
FinEst Mobility App
DurationPilot ran between Q1/2018-Q1/2019 as part of FinEst Smart Mobility Project (Interreg Central Baltic programme).
ContactsMadis Sassiad (GoSwift)
Link to GoSwift webpagehttp://finest.goswift.eu
FinEst API for ferry traffic data
Pilot ran between 01/2018-02/2019 as part of FinEst Smart Mobility Project (Interreg Central Baltic project 2016-2019).
Contact Henrik Ramm-Schmidt, CEO