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.
Greenflow for Emergency vehicles: When every second counts!
This use case prevents ambulances, police cars and firetrucks from having to stop at intersections, reducing travel time and saving lives. Enabled by innovative cooperative traffic management technology to improve urban mobility.
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.
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.
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.
Smart Data Platform & Data Gatekeeper
The City of Munich has built a Platform to collect and handle all generated smart city data accordingly. In a concept named "Data Gatekeeper" all elements that are important for a city are discussed- including data privacy aspect, data classification & anonymization, use case building and data model
Providing secure pedestrian crossings
The existing pedestrian crosswalks in the peripheral district of Druzhba are not secure enough and present high risk for accidents leading to injuries and fatalities. This measure is to reduce the number of road accidents and to make walking a safer and more desirable way of travelling in this area.
Safe pavements with cycle paths toward the city centre
The Municipality of Ruse and the non-governmental organisation-CSDCS, carry out research of good practice and innovative solutions on designs of safe pavements in Druzhba, with the aim to decrease the number of road accidents involving pedestrians and cyclists.
Humble Lamppost - Integrated Multifunctional Smart Lamppost
Lamppost infrastructure and street lighting as a whole, are predestined to provide additional services and technologies to cities and their inhabitants. Street lighting is almost everywhere in a more regular pattern and it`s connected to electricity.
Optimization of multi modal traffic data to reduce traffic through...
In Eindhoven, Vinotion implemented a system to do traffic measurement which would help to redefine spatial planning, create safer situation and lower traffic throughput through the city center using an overview camera with real time artificial intelligence using low power hardware.
Functional Service Station for Public Spaces
In the beginning of the bathing season SUN ECO public service station was installed at the 1st Smiltyne beach (Klaipeda region). It is a multi functional mobile device which uses solar energy and provides air compressor, charging for mobiles, free WiFi, call button to invite lifeguard assistance.
Public Sound Sensor Safety Project
The Public Sound Sensor Safety Project consists of sound sensors in the public space that are attached to the smart light poles in the area. This enables to detect specific sounds such as fighting and sound levels in bars or cafes in the main bar street in Eindhoven.