Use Cases on BABLE are real-world reference projects sharing insights and learnings to show you what is already possible. Each Use Case contains a list of achieved benefits, driving factors, financial information, advices for replication and links to relevant Solutions and the implemented Products. There is also the opportunity to contact the BABLE users who participated in implementing and managing the Use Case.
Using AI to Measure the 'Busyness' of London Streets
London is using an AI tool to detect when and where people are unable to maintain a safe distance between each other and gain an overview of how effective mitigation measures are. The tool provides advise to government authorities and businesses on how to create safe spaces, for example, by widening pavements or implementing one-way systems in retail or office environments.
Open Streets Logroño
Logroño Open Streets is a strategy for the adaptation of its streets that seeks a more balanced and fairer distribution of space in the city. It also responds to the fight against climate change and its implementation has been accelerated due to the pandemic caused by COVID-19.
Counting Mask Wearers on Swiss Transport with AI
Cameras placed at strategic points at train stations in Swiss Cities used Artificial Intelligence to assess how many people wore hygiene masks. The software evaluated on site whether masks were worn by commuters. The analysis was done before and after mask regulations were implemented.
Implementing storage and counters for bikes
Klaipeda wants to promote cycling as a safe and affordable mean of transportation for its citizens. Therefore bike storage systems have been made available in different areas of the city, protecting the bikes from thieves and weather conditions.
Encouraging Cycling in Antwerp
The port area is currently not easily accessible by bike. Therefore, sustainable solutions for cycling commuters will be developed to overcome land and water barriers, improve cycling conditions and encourage commuters to travel to work via bike.
The Luftlotse app for Munich’s Living Lab
The app includes corresponding local offers such as ride sharing companies, electric mobility services or a gateway to relevant public transport. In addition the app includes other mobility related information for the area and a function to display a heat map of exhaust pollution in the city lab.
Improving air quality in Ludwigsburg
As part of a pilot project to improve air quality in Ludwigsburg, filtration expert MANN+HUMMEL has donated a CityTree to the city. With the CityTree, MANN+HUMMEL would like to test sensors for fine dust or other harmful gases in order to use them in future digital products.
Mobile air pollution monitoring on buses
Urban air pollution is hyper-local. Deadly air pollution varies more than 8x within 200 meters, which is however not reflected on current air pollution maps. AirVeraCity provides people actionable air quality information by accurately measuring air pollution from a mobile platform.