Operational and content-related deepening of the FP7 project TRANSFORM and use of the results for Austria
The follow-up project TRANSFORM+ enables and deepens the Austrian research work within the framework of the FP7 project TRANSFORM through a concrete, comprehensive smart city development concept, through the content-related and organisational design of the smart city stakeholder processes at city level as well as concrete data analysis and planning work in 2 city districts, so-called "smart urban labs" (Liesing and aspern_seestadt). Here, well-founded decisions for an area-specific optimised smart energy system are to be made and implemented through a medium-term, concrete implementation plan. Two pilot applications, a so-called "Smart Citizen Assistant" and an "e-delivery" project, will be implemented in TRANSFORM+ in the two Smart Urban Labs. In order to make the entire results of TRANSFORM and TRANSFORM+ widely usable for other Austrian cities, their processing and communication is part of the project scope.
Der Research Unit of Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering of the Institute of Transportation, opens an external URL in a new window is responsible for the development of the e-delivery concept for the industrial area Liesing as well as the implementation and monitoring of a pilot operation together with the Wiener Stadtwerken, opens an external URL in a new window, the Institute of Logistics and Transport Economics, opens an external URL in a new window of the WU Wien, BMG-e, Europcar, opens an external URL in a new window and various municipal departments.
In February 2015, the pilot operation of various e-delivery and e-carpooling services was launched in the Liesing industrial area.
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This project was funded by the Climate and Energy Fund, opens an external URL in a new window and carried out as part of the "Smart Cities - FIT for SET" programme.