The aim of the Smart Connectivity project is to facilitate innovation and change within the transport sector through the establishment of a Nordic data space for data sharing across the sector.
The objective is to make it easier for Nordic companies to share data to optimize operations and contribute to a more climate-efficient and profitable transport sector.
In an era marked by rapid urbanization and an ever-expanding global population, the dynamics of personal mobility, road and traffic management, and logistics have evolved at an unprecedented pace. This report present snapshots of the current state of these interconnected domains, uncovering not only innovative digital solutions, but also multifaceted challenges that define the introduction of digital technology and data driven business models in the transport sector.
Lastly, the insights contained in this report provide the baseline for the process of defining prioritized areas for innovation in both mobility and logistics. This process will be documented in a new report to be published shortly after this one.