Pieter Morlion is an independent advisor with a track record in smart mobility and project management. He likes to think outside of the box with you, finding the best and most creative solutions for innovating your business, neighbourhood, church and anything else.
Pieter worked for four years at Volvo IT as an international project manager. Next, he started a traffic control centre for the city of Ghent. In parallel, he developed the concept of Traffic Management as a Service and started a € 4.3 million project with EU funding.
Areas of interest: commons, smart mobility, innovation, smart cities, traffic management as a service, participation, mobility as a service, self-driving cars, community building, communication, co-creation, good books, a rock 'n roll attitude, photography and gardening.
Pieter has given a number of presentations (like at the Google offices in New York), classes (project management at Syntra), workshops (Traffic Management as a Service) and published a number of opinions and articles (De Morgen, Knack).
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