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.
Facility Management for Datacenter
Data centres utilise a lot of energy for operations, especially for cooling. The open data sharing and harmonised data models will allow a competitive edge. Profirator has deployed the FIWARE based platform for Contrasec and Luolakallio and has maintained them for more than a year.
Interactive guided tour in Saint-Imier
This new interactive smartphone-guided tour is an augmented and digital version of an old tour based on text and pictures about ancient watch factories and architecture. We used AR, quizzes, videos, and audio to create a new digital experience for visitors that goes beyond what a brochure offers
Data4City – In use for safe school and leisure routes
In cooperation with parents, children and other stakeholders, Data4City offers a precise collection of digital on-site information for safe school and leisure routes. This provides the relevant authorities with a data basis for the efficient creation of school routes.
Cork Dashboard provides citizens, public sector workers and companies with real-time information, time-series indicator data, and interactive maps about all aspects of the city and county. It enables users to gain detailed, up to date intelligence about the city that aids everyday decision making and fosters evidence-informed analysis.Data is pulled together from major sources -- including Cork City Council, Central Statistics Office, Eurostat, government departments and others, and includes links to a variety of existing external applications -- to provide interactive data visualisations. The underlying data is freely available, so others can undertake their own analysis and build their own applications and visualisations.
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.
On-call company transport as a flexible and sustainable alternative to...
Thanks to digitalisation and optimisation, a total of 14 accessible vehicles have been successfully operating between the Bonn, Darmstadt and Frankfurt sites. Since then, the company transport service has offered Telekom employees a flexible and sustainable alternative to a company car.
Optimisation and digitalisation of an existing regular service in...
After the service was launched it has been booked by over 16,000 passengers to date. The advance booking function in particular is very popular and has been used for almost 90% of journeys to date. This allows residents and tourists in the region to plan their journeys in advance and safely.
MITIGATING URBAN LOGISTICS IMPACT ON CLIMATE IN VERSAILLES
To understand and mitigate the climate impact of urban logistics in the city of Versailles, Urban Radar matches private and public data to provide analytics and visualisation for an efficient and sustainable curb management.
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.
City of Tequila gears up for a smart future
Culture, heritage, and a unique national drink. The Mexican town of Tequila has already captured the world’s attention. But now it’s about to become famous for a completely different reason: the town is going digital. By 2040, it doesn’t just want to be a smart town, it wants to be a Smart City.
SCORE: Smart Cities + Open Data Re-Use
The aim of the SCORE project was to create open access to key watercourse and rainfall data across a number of sites in the city. With the increase in high intensity rainfall events Aberdeen needs to create greater resilience and adaption measures.