LGI aims to foster sustainable transitions, guiding organisations through the entire innovation process. LGI’s key sectors include the environment, energy, and smart & sustainable territories, for which transport and mobility is a subcomponent. Established as an SME in 2005, LGI has developed an expertise not only in transport policies and regulations, but also mobility market behaviours and new business models.
LGI’s role in TInnGO is facilitating both the conception and the development of the TInnGO observatory, as well as an open innovation platform that will enable the different mobility hubs to actively engage with one another. Based in Paris, LGI will also coordinate the launch of the French mobility hub, which will focus on women’s safety as it relates to new forms of mobility.