Reallabor Digitale Mobilität Hamburg
The project demonstrates the full spectrum of possibilities for future mobility: Digital, intermodal, automated and connected mobility solutions for urban, suburban and rural areas are evaluated along with new solutions for freight transportation. Both technological developments and models for the cooperation between cities and mobility providers are implemented in field tests and analyzed regarding their potential for a sustainable and climate-friendly transformation of mobility systems. In order to obtain results that are transferable to other cities and regions, findings from field tests, surveys and workshops will be integrated and validated by using modeling and simulation tools. Project results will be included in policy recommendations compiled by the “National Platform Future of Mobility WG 3”.
Tasks of the Chair
- Definition of user-oriented KPIs for a mobility platform that integrates new on-demand services.
- Analysis of the impacts of the mobility platform on mode choice behavior.
- Evaluation of traffic impacts of new street design elements and new mobility services.
- Estimation of resulting effects on VRU safety using microscopic traffic simulation.
- Integration of new street design elements into the bicycle simulator and demonstration at the 2021 ITS World Congress in Hamburg.
Mobility platform, Mode choice, Bicycle simulator, Safety of vulnerable road users
|Funding||Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure|
Approximately 30 partners are involved in the overall project, which consists of 11 individual subprojects.
Within the subproject “Service Design, System Architecture and Simulation”, the chair cooperates with the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V.), Technische Universität Berlin, and T-Systems.
|Duration||04/2020 - 12/2021|
|Contact||Tanja Niels, Patrick Malcolm|