In order to obtain a widely supported and consensus–based action plan a Multi-Actor Multi-Criteria Analysis (MAMCA) methodology (designed by MOBI) will be used to consult a broad stakeholder community representing the main societal actors.
The Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre (MOBI) is leader in defining the state-of-the-art in Electromobility and Socio-Economic Evaluations for sustainable mobility and logistics.
Organisations use decision-making models to make faster and better decisions. However, the existing models for multi-criteria analysis do not offer the possibility of involving stakeholders during the whole decision-making process, even if they propose a collaborative platform at all.
MAMCA is extremely well suited to complex decision-making processes such as those involved in mobility policies and transport sectors where many stakeholders from several areas and backgrounds are involved.
The MAMCA makes the decision-making processes more efficient, and contributes strongly to critical debates by offering to approach these with a democratic dimension.