“From Dream to Reality”...
[...] speed up the transition to smart and sustainable cities through energy efficient refurbishment, mobility and integrated infrastructure. Mayors from our cities will highlight what is needed on the EU level [...] and academic partners work on implementing innovative solutions in the fields of energy, ICT and mobility. After five years, the first three projects of this Horizon 2020 funded programme are now coming [...] Regions, the three projects will show their impacts achieved in terms of energy efficiency, smart mobility, ICT interconnectivity, governance and social acceptance and will provide policy makers and experts
Smart Home System
[...] an essential part of the system, connects the smart home with the outside world. This allows the mobile control of devices in the house from remote places, often through smartphones and microcontrollers
[...] action- and roadmap- to find solutions on how to decrease our CO 2 emissions in the sectors of Energy, Mobility, Data and Buildings. Research Institutions, companies and cities will come together to deepen their
Morgenstadt Pitch at the...
[...] life in any of the following areas: transportation, buildings, communication, ICT networks, water, mobile applications, emergency services, environment, data analytics, security, energy, resilience, and
Event: Tampere Smart City...
[...] pandemic will be discussed. These main themes will be discussed from various points of view, such as mobility, safety, sustainable development, digitalization, health tech and artificial intelligence. The event
Travel time optimization through queue detection technology for...
Over-head sensors have been deployed to digitize and evaluate the whole site occupancy. In addition, an algorithm that calculates waiting time dependent on number of cars in queue and number of cars on the site have been created and applied. The generated information is available on the website of WB Duisburg and their own mobile App, where citizens can check for the best opportunity and plan their trip to the most accessible site.
Geospatial Analysis for EV Infrastructure Planning
Energeo are in discussions with East Lothian now to undertake further analysis to support their urban mobility initiatives. Service development is also underway to integrate Energeo's renewable energy data to enable identification of clean, local and off-grid power supply to the EVCP's, and local grid infrastructure data to allow determination of grid constraints and grid impact of EVCP installation. Additionally, Energeo are developing a SaaS platform that would enable the end user to access this data through a browser, and run EVCP deployment scenarios on the fly to determine impacts
Electric and hybrid electric buses for public transport
The measure is consistent with the Air Quality Plan and the actions of Madrid’s Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP). It is also aligned with EMT’s strategic plans regarding clean fleet uptake.
The research and planning phase saw the evaluation of different alternatives for the type of public transport service required in another measure of ECCENTRIC project.Taking into account the length and characteristics of the high-level public transport service corridors in peripheral districts, the conclusion was that the fully electric buses available on the market did not meet the necessary
Corporate Electric Car Sharing for University
Positive staff experience with electric vehicles, used to promote green image of the University, after proof of concept an additional electric vehicle of the same make was purchased
Data gathered from usage of the electric vehicles and e-bikes is being used to develop to a greater understanding of mobility in the city.
The two electric vehicles procured by MMU have recorded 16,404 miles until July 2017. MMU have realised savings of c.2200€ in fuel costs and 4.1 tonnes CO2. In addition, had these journeys been made by staff in their own vehicles, MMU would have needed
Camera based crowd management in the Eindhoven city center
The cameras have in-built software to recognize pedestrians and cyclists. The data are used to manage crowds in the city center. The system has an in-built decision system and informs e.g. law enforcement if necessary. Crowd managers are notified and can view the data via a dashboard or mobile app.
The cameras do not transmit images but only counts of pedestrians and cyclists (privacy by design). Therefore smaller data transmission rates are also needed.
Things Connected IOT Network
This use case partnered solution designers with challenge owners and set them on a course for co-designing and developing solutions that were not readily available on the market thus encouraging truely innovative solutions for unmet needs.
It also held a number of design led workshops with partners from a number of vertical industries including Mobility, Tourism, Circular Economy, Health and Smart Buildings to better understand some of the industry pain points that might be solved using IOT.
Software-controlled road safety management
With this measure, the city of Munich aims to develop and demonstrate the potential of a new and innovative software-controlled road safety management concept in the districts of Domagkpark and Parkstadt Schwabing (north of Munich’s city centre). The concept will allow identifying risks before accidents occur and to take appropriate prevention action. This is a preventive approach to road safety management that seeks to increase the safety inherent to the road system, reduce the amount and severity of accidents, and create a safe mobility environment for all road users.
Solar Bus Station in Banja Luka
Installed solar panels that convert clean solar energy to electricity
Implemented 2 contactless mobile phone chargers
Implemented 4 USB sockets
Installed new bicycle parking spaces as part of the bus station
Implemented touch display with informations about bus arrival
Tourist map with interesting tourist destinations near the station is also shown on the display
Installed camera with remote access
Implemented digital billboard for advertising purposes
Park & Ride system in the peripheral district
Druzhba is one of the entrances to the city centre with high volumes of traffic. This district is currently affected by high traffic volumes, and public space has deteriorated greatly due to the high number of cars parked on the streets occupying various public areas.
The ultimate goal of the measure is to promote a modal shift towards public transport, and other active modes of mobility, by reducing the needs (of commuters and other users) to individually occupy cars for their regular trips to the city centre. The development of a Park&Ride facility will allow easy
Smart Parking in Aachen
As a pilot project, we installed 13 sensors in the Friedrichstraße to generate a digital twin of the city with live data about the current parking situation. This information is accessible via an API to be used an analyzed by the partners of this project. In additon to that the residents of that area can always see the occupation of all parking spots live on their phones via a mobile web interface.
1. Setting up Sensors
2. Monitoring Parking Spots
3. Showing data to residents on a WEB UI
4. Making Data available to project