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Austrian Mobility Research

Austrian Mobility Research

http://www.fgm.at/

Austrian Mobility Research (FGM-AMOR) is a research, consulting and educational company based in Graz, Austria. The main fields of work are research, consulting, training, mobility management and marketing, innovative transport concepts, as well as project coordination and dissemination of EU-projects.

The company is a private, non-profit organisation and has been engaged in a broad range of national and international projects. FGM-AMOR works for sustainable environmental-friendly and people-friendly traffic development. FGM-AMOR is one Europe's leading companies in the field of mobility research; we have extensive experience in cooperating with EU research and promotional institutions. Austrian Mobility Research offers state of the art know-how and access to the latest European research results as well as the latest examples in the field of mobility management. In many widely differing projects, FGM-AMOR has been responsible for the dissemination part (e.g. EMOTIONS, CIVITAS GUARD). FGM-AMOR has an own communication and design department with a professional photographer and can produce many different printed and electronic media (folders, leaflets, newsletters, posters; photo or video documentation, web sites, CD-ROMs and electronic newsletters). FGM-AMOR was co-ordinator of the ELTIS-Initiative of the EU – the biggest European Information Platform on urban mobility (within the PARAMOUNT project) which is actually continued in the project ELTIS plus. FGM-AMOR currently has a staff of 50 persons (including the mobility centre) with a great variety of qualifications. We work in flexible and interdisciplinary teams and have a flat organisational structure.

FGM-AMOR is the leader of the dissemination workpackage and uses the vast experiences gained in previous research projects.

Modum

MODUM addresses the environmental footprint in the transport sector by developing a new approach for pro-active demand-responsive management of traffic. This approach enables energy-efficient multi-modal transport choices accommodating dynamic variations, minimising the environmental impact and improving the quality of life in urban environments.

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