The Spanish team, led by Juan Carlos Aguado, professor member of the CGO, won the second prize in the international final with their project on smart carsharing.

TwizyLine, the Spanish team in the TwizyContest 2020, managed to rise with the second prize in the final held online on 9 December. The three students of the ETSIT, Adrián Mazaira, Ignacio Royuela and Samuel Pilar, and the student of journalism, Mario Martín, along with their tutors of Renault, Daniel Castaño and Jairo Gurdiel, and the tutor of the UVa and member of the CGO, Juan Carlos Aguado, showed the jury a project that will revolutionize the way of managing fleets of vehicles, either carsharing or buses. The final had more than 150 spectators, with Luis Vélez among them, Valladolid City Council mobility councillor.

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