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.
An e-bike loan scheme supporting low-carbon shared mobility
In an effort to encourage a modal shift away from cars, the Royal Borough of Greenwich implemented a business model and service for e-cargo bikes, and introduced an e-bike sharing scheme.
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.
Demand Management - Transport
There are three Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs) of which the city centre is of most concern due to a higher number of pollution exceedances. A Strategic Car Parking Review was undertaken during 2017 and 2018 which essentially formed a baseline of car parking in the city centre.
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.
Greening 50 Houses in Vienna
The project "greening 50 houses" has developed a cost-effective, easily implementable all-in-one solution for greening the road-side facade of existing real estate. The greening prevents urban heat islands and improves the microclimate.
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 with CityTree
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.
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.
Bus Route Planning using Data Analysis
The bus company in Stavanger planned to replace a ferry connection with bus routes. The web application from Maptrends delivered unique insights based on real time information collected from anonymised SIM card data which helped the company with planning the most cost effective and convenient routes
Using mobile data to calculate air pollution
With increasing pollution becoming one of the biggest struggles of cities, they have to collect precise air quality data before initiating concrete measures. In this project Telefonica Next uses anonymised mobile network data to calculate air pollution.
Citizen Platform for Urban Air Quality
Breeze Technologies is creating a citizen-driven air quality sensing network in the district Rothenburgsort in Hamburg, Germany.