Report on Mobility Services Trends Impacts and Related Policies
D3.1 describes the findings of a desktop research concerning new mobility services across Europe focusing on service and operational concepts from a disabled users’ perspective, highlighting disability-related gaps. The report includes indications about existing relevant service standards and a provision of examples of good practice where these already exist.
Report on Digital Technology Trends Impacts and Related Policies
D3.2 presents the most relevant ICT trends and the related emerging digital technologies with disrupting potential within the field of transportation, focusing on the real-world applications of such technologies in mobility solutions, with the purpose of understanding how the current digital trends can ultimately fill the mobility gaps experienced by persons with disabilities.
Report on Accessibility Standards and Legislation
D3.3 is about accessibility related standards and legislation. It covers the state-of-the-art of legislation (especially where referring to standards), existing formal and informal standards and ongoing standardisation activities, as well as of pertinent (preferably standards-based) certification schemes. It provides information on efforts to coordinate standardisation activities falling under the scope of this project. The investigation extends towards harmonised or non-harmonised use of controlled (written or oral) communication across platforms, including non-linguistic forms of communication (icons, cartoons, etc.) and potential communication barriers to certain user groups.
Report on Assistive Technologies Trends Impacts and Related Policies
D3.4 explores the trends and state of the art in Digital Assistive Technologies – the mobility options and ease of use for people with disabilities – in order to identify their potential impact on future mobility solutions. The pervasive nature of assistive technologies creates potential impact on all aspects of the life of users. In planning and promoting access to transport systems through AT those charged with implementation should seek to understand the broader impact of AT to ensure an equitable and consistent approach across domains. The present document seeks to guide the reader in understanding the potential impact of emerging technologies as experienced by people with disabilities in using current and emerging transportation for personal mobility.
Qualitative Insights report
D2.2 synthesizes insights gained from researcher observations and in-depth interviews with disabled people about their journeys and mobility needs, challenges and attitudes toward mobility solutions and criteria for travel, as well as their approaches to transport service barriers they have to face day by day.
Method Framing Document. Internal draft delivery
D5.1 outlines the theoretical background for the method design work in the TRIPS project. Based on this background, we describe an area of work and potentials for innovation. We define the main strategies for user involvement, with attention paid to Covid-19 mitigations. Together this forms the foundation for the main deliverable of TRIPS: a tested and validated codesign methodology that can be adapted to engage disabled people in open innovation for future mobility solutions.
In short: In this text, we write about the history of participation with people, and we describe how we will work in the project.