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.
Clean Air for students
A natural moss filter with smart IoT technology was implemented in Hampstead Hill School to improve the local air quality.
Public Corona Dashboard
More than 700 schools in Schleswig-Holstein enter their data on current infections in a web application. The data is collected and linked with the state's school statistic to create a digital dashboard including key figures, diagrams and tables.
Fresh air in Berlin's B-Part co-working space
Urban natural filters have been implemented to improve the outdoor and indoor air quality in a co-working area in Berlin.
Berlin city plaza turns into a clean air zone
Two Clean Air Zones were created on the Walter-Benjamin-Square in Berlin to improve its visitor's ambient conditions.
Fresh and healthy air for the London Borough of Wandsworth
Putney High Street is relying on green technology to improve the cycling and walking conditions of their residents.
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.
Sensor-based emission control system for port areas
Understand the contribution from Hamburg's port area as a source of air pollution. Together with AIS and weather information it should be possible to identify individual vessels as pollutants sources.
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.