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The National Center for Sustainable Mobility (MOST) for the digital and green transition

Performance and customization as drivers for the development of public and private transportation solutions

In the coming decades, the main challenge for the mobility of the future will be to drastically reduce emissions while achieving the highest level of global sustainability, in line with the goal of Carbon Neutrality to be finalized by 2050, and with the Next Generation EU plan, which demonstrates the synergy between the green economy and digitalization.

It is in this scenario that green and digital solutions become the foundation for an open and interoperable model capable of creating an ecosystem. One of its most effective expressions is found in the National Center for Sustainable Mobility (MOST), a project funded under the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR) that brings together about fifty stakeholders active in the transportation and infrastructure sectors (universities, research centers, and industrial entities) with the aim of supporting the twin transition.

The objectives of the National Center for Sustainable Mobility – MOST

The National Center for Sustainable Mobility will thus act as a true innovative ecosystem of excellence, capable of fostering innovation through the systemic use of research results by the entire production system.

Through specific programs and research and innovation activities, the aim is to promote innovative "sustainable mobility" with new solutions and new systems that can make the mobility system safer with digital products and processes to facilitate intelligent management, monitoring, and predictive maintenance, thereby reducing fatal accidents.

The objectives also include increasing the resilience and efficiency of mobility systems with solutions and services for public and private transport, creating personalized and accessible mobility that allows for new social inclusion, and strengthening the supply chain, national competitiveness, and international visibility.

"The National Mobility Center fulfills one of the key missions of the PNRR: transitioning from research to enterprise with a focus on supply chain and extended collaboration. Strengths will lie in high-technology maturity projects with the precise intent of providing concrete solutions to the country's needs in a long-term perspective that extends beyond the 2026 deadline." 

Ferruccio Resta, Rector of Politecnico di Milano, the proposing entity of the Sustainable Mobility Center

The role of Lutech

Through its participation in MOST, Lutech adds a new piece to its strategy for developing smart city solutions. Within the National Center for Sustainable Mobility, Lutech will bring its expertise in AI/ML and the development of high-performance simulation models (leveraging High Performance Computing), along with its international experience in the use of Urban Mobility platforms and environmental sustainability.


Total number of participants: 49

Participating universities: 24

Public research institutions: 1

Private entities: 4

Participating companies: 20

Granted funding: 319.922.088,03 euros, of which 41% is allocated to the South

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