Mobility City Lab produces 25 project ideas for transforming the mobility in Joinville

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Morgenstadt at the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona

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Morgenstadt at the INTERGEO in Berlin - researchers present their work and introduce new network partner

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Further News

 

Management model for climate change reaction in Halle (Saale) and Mannheim

 

New governance format for sustainable urban development – Local stakeholders benefit from digital technologies

Claudius Schaufler is currently working on a study on the influence of autonomous driving on our cities. Read the entire interview here.

 

How cities can use available knowledge & existing technology to shape the mobility of tomorrow


Marielisa Padilla recently analyzed the implemented smart mobility solutions in the 3 Triangulum lighthouse cities of Stavanger, Manchester and Eindhoven. read the entire interview here.

 

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How do we want to live and work in the city of tomorrow?

11 different Fraunhofer institutes, 14 cities of varying sizes and 22 companies engaged in activities from automotive development to urban planning have come together to create the innovation network »Morgenstadt: City Insights« in order to collaboratively conceptualize and realize the future of an integrated, sustainable, liveable and resilient city of tomorrow. 

Does the city grapple with congestion problems? Or face significant flood risk? Is the city struggling to deal with housing due to a growing population? Or is the challenge encouraging people not to leave the city? How can participation be conducted effectively? How can cities improve the quality of life for its citizens and the sustainability of its urban systems? And how will addressing these challenges change in the context of powerful trends such as demographic change, digitization, globalization and climate change?

These are just some of the many challenges faced by cities around the world, often in the context of declining access to municipal funds. The “Smart City” has been embraced as a potentially effective mechanism to address many of these challenges. This re-thinking of urban development through the integration of urban systems, which has been enabled through the significant technical advancements of recent decades, presents itself significant challenges but also significant opportunities.

The objective of Morgenstadt is to help cities best utilize and help define this transformation process with the aim of creating more sustainable, liveable cities. Taking a holistic perspective on urban challenges, we aim to collaboratively develop solutions for urban problems, facilitating new partnerships and connecting all relevant stakeholders at an early stage. 

Cities and companies within the innovation network enjoy the following benefits: 

 

•    We identify the innovation potential in cities

•    We develop collaborative projects based on synergies within our partners

•    We build on urban laboratories to test urban solutions on both municipal and district levels

•    We develop a strong brand for our partners 

 

Become part of this top-class network! 

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