Online event series :...
[...] discuss how German cities cope with the increasing urban agglomeration and the new demands on housing, mobility, digitalization, climate neutrality and health. He will be sharing his knowledge on how to continuously
Join InnovaCity, the...
[...] 06/07.05. in Munich 20/21.05. in Barcelona More info and registration on: https://eit.cdtm.de/urban-mobility
Smart Home Video Communication
[...] Especially in less densely populated areas or for less mobile people a video conference system can ease the access to lots of services, such as medical advice, education, government services or judiciary
Digital Parking Services in Warsaw and Gdansk, Poland
unlocking hidden parking assets in the city
opening up access to car parks to individual users (with the use of NaviPay mobile app)
effective parking space optimalisation for the car park owners
providing convenient mobile payments without paper tickets, payment kiosks and parking offices
complementing parking process with digital technologies
Home energy management system (HEMS) by Gas Natural Fenosa
Lack of awareness and/or mistrust of the importance of monitoring and management of energy consumption is the main experienced barrier during deployment of this smart solution. Additionally, the potential participants should have a minimum knowledge for using webs and mobile apps in order to successfully use the tool. It has been observed that young people are the desired users as very active customers provide more and better data. The platform and hardware should be clear, intuitive and simple to use.
Green parking index in combination with car sharing pool with EV
[...] , 15 or 25 percent can be obtained depending on the range of mobility services provided.
Mobility services can reduce required parking provision by 10 to 25 percent:
Greater Energy Flexibility with Smart Swimming Pool Heating
The locations are dictated by large availability of NOVASOL summer houses with indoor swimming pools and by the availability of mobile phone networks, which are used to send the control signals.
Consolidation Centre with Electric Vehicles and Local Regulations for...
Urban goods distribution remains one of the main challenges in the achievement of sustainable urban mobility at the local level. Heavy and light duty vehicles are responsible for a significant share of energy consumption and emissions at the city level. For many years, most efforts have been placed in understanding travel behavior from individuals (or groups of individuals). But goods distribution behavior has been analysed with less intensity.
Every day, more than 33,000 operations of freight distribution take place in Madrid, inside the M-30 ring-road. This activity produces
EV Charging stations in Valladolid
Objectives of the project were:
The Electric Vehicle Office in the city plays a key role to manage and support the deployment of electro-mobility in Valladolid. It acts as a [...] to consider other private operators in the area that also cover the demand.
The charging points and the whole mobility infrastructure are monitored to obtain the main variables of the sustainable mobility in the city.
The deployment of new charging infrastructure have to suit with other variables from the demand side, like economic, social and technical variables.
About ISC - linking...
[...] additional suppliers and capital through the expertise of BABLE, Climate-KIC and South Pole. The ISC mobilizes public and private climate finance through an innovative, replicable and scalable model for packaged [...] e-fleet and charging infrastructure market for private capital will boost the transition to electric mobility in cities in Europe. The ISC is supported by The City Finance Lab – a joint initiative of South
Coordinating Freight Movements in Antwerp
Antwerp has the second largest port in Europe. It also has a strategic and central location in Europe. This leads to a lot of freight/logistic traffic in, towards and out of the port. In 2016, 52% of logistic transport happened by road, which has a major impact on traffic around, but also in the city. Therefore, efforts are being made to encourage a modal, location, time, technology and mental shift in the freight/logistic sector. The goal is to expand the range of mobility products/services and to optimize freight and logistic transport.
Test fleets, policy incentives and campaigns for the uptake of...
Electric mobility is starting to grow in Madrid. Although several companies are starting to introduce electric vehicles (EVs) into their own fleets (e.g. taxi companies, private transport companies, car sharing companies) the electric mobility market is still in need of significant support, as is the case in most cities. The City of Madrid aimed to foster the use of electric vehicles (EVs) by local companies, working with key agents in pilot projects.
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[...] Shop here (top right). We offer 4 Worldcafes to discuss topics like strategy for future cities, mobility, different data sources and meaningful use - but this year mainly in German. Please register at
City Information Platform
The platform´s objective were to:
Assess the results of the local energy and mobility interventions;
Store key data in clusters and in a structured way;
Continue the monitoring of energy and mobility data, automated and centralized.
ManageNow® for Data Analytics
[...] we link data in a meaningful way to ensure sustainable mobility in cities and regions?
How do we get key stakeholders to collaborate within Smart City ecosystems?
We offer [...] for citizens through reduced parking space search traffic.Virtual Coffee Break
Cities on their way to intelligent mobility
Fujitsu is one of the world's leading providers [...] of urban mobility. This includes static data, for example on public transport routes, the location of bus stops, access roads and parking spaces, etc., but also vast amounts of dynamic data; for example
Public bike sharing system in Tartu
Developing a bike sharing system has been one of the mobility priorities of the City of Tartu. A respective feasibility analysis was carried out in 2014 and a business model was developed based on the findings. The analysis showed that the potential number of bike share users in Tartu could be up to 224,000 people annually. The aim of setting up a public bike sharing system is to encourage the use of bicycles and make this a considerable alternative to cars. It is expected that the bike sharing system will bring about decreased environmental problems (noise, air quality), parking issues
Open call: smart lighting...
[...] lity in Europe's cities in the long term. The central areas of the project are IT technologies, mobility, energy and citizen participation. The EU Commission has selected Munich together with Lyon and
Data Management Canvas
[...] quantitative." The data canvas can support any type of smart community project. Be that energy, mobility, utilities or any other data intensive project.
Real-Time Energy Map, Nottingham
Variety of sensors exist – careful choice of sensors is a must so that the system has a reliable base for data connection.
The hardware ICT architecture is straight forward; the only drawback might be the scalability of the web access which will be addressed after all users start to connect to the system for real.
The ease of use of the mobile phone application for energy visualisation is essential for the energy saving actions.
Citizens’ engagement is essential in data collection and visualisation.
Use of open standards is essential because there is need