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MOSIC Project

The MOSIC project stands for Sustainable, Smart and Connected Mobility in Last Mile Systems

(in Spanish: Movilidad Sostenible, Inteligente y Conectada en sistemas de última milla)


Start date: May 1, 2020

Finish date: December 31, 2023

MOSIC LAKOTA set vehicle

The urban distribution of goods (also known as the last mile) is crucial for cities, covering the stretch between the distribution centers and the final delivery to the end consumer. The rise of e-commerce has increased economic activity and goods transportation by 38% in cities, with expectations of annual growth of 8%. However, this poses logistical challenges such as optimizing delivery times and urban congestion.

Currently, most last-mile deliveries are made with vans, which is inefficient and polluting. The use of drones is limited by regulations and a lack of infrastructure. New solutions are emerging to improve urban goods transportation sustainably.


A new approach to last-mile transportation is needed, considering maneuverability, route optimization, and the use of lighter and more sustainable vehicles. In addition, the automotive industry is moving towards electric motors and lighter materials to reduce CO2 emissions.

In this context, the MOSIC project emerges, proposing an integrated, efficient, and sustainable last-mile delivery system. It includes a principal land vehicle and an auxiliary aerial vehicle, both equipped with advanced technologies for emissions reduction and delivery optimization.

The land vehicle will be zero-emission and will feature weight reduction technologies and integrated city management. The auxiliary aerial vehicle will be powered by hydrogen energy and will be equipped with autonomous detection and landing systems.


Main objective

MOSIC aims to develop a last-mile delivery system that combines the coodinated use of a ground vehicle and aerial vehicle.


The project will seek to demonstrate the effectiveness of this integrated system in a controlled urban environment, showing the capability of deployment and return of the aerial vehicle without risks.

Entecnia objective

Entecnia's main objective in this project is to develop a software tool to define, analyze and optimize semi-active shock absorbers.



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Founding Sources

Government of Navarra

The project was supported by the Government of Navarre through the strategic projects 2021-2024, and was included in the VOLTA challenge: Zero-emission Vehicles, Long Range and Advanced Technology.

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