Chaired by Benjamin Wagner vom Berg.
Sustainable mobility is one of the emerging topics of our time. On the one hand mobility in the sense of moving persons and goods is one of the central function for a successful economy and a worth living society. On the other hand, mobility contributes the highest CO2 emissions besides the energy production and is connected to many other negative effects in the ecological, economical and social dimension of sustainability. So many activities in industry and research as well address this topic, e.g. in the field of electric mobility or the smart city context.
ICT solutions are able to make mobility more effective and to reduce negative effects of mobility. This workshop addresses these ICT solutions for a more sustainable mobility in a wide-spreaded area of topics, e.g.:
- Urban mobility
- Sustainable mobility providers
- Smart travel planning and assistance
- Electric mobility
- Sustainable transport and green logistics
This workshop will give researchers a platform to present actual results of their work and to discuss it with the participants of the conference.
Accepted papers for Sustainable Mobility will be published in the workshop section of the EnviroInfo 2014 proceedings. Authors of the best paper at Sustainable Mobility will be invited to submit an extended version of their paper to the “EnviroInfo 2014 Selected Papers” publication issued by Springers book series “Environmental Science and Engineering“.
- Frank Köster, DLR, Braunschweig, Germany.
- Alexander Sandau, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.
- Michael Sonnenschein, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.
- Daniel Stamer, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.
|15:00||GIS-Based Emission Analysis Using Car-Borne Sensor Data (Florian Prummer)|
|15:30||Telemetric Transportation Mode Validation (Alexander Sandau, Daniel Stamer)|
|16:00||Applying the Smart Grid Architecture Model SGAM to the EV Domain (Mathias Uslar, Jörn Trefke)|
|16:30||How GIS can help to promote safe cycling (Martin Loidl)|