Past webinars

KI für umweltfreundlichere Mobilität: Erfolgreiches Projekt in der Stadt Aachen

Einzelpersonen zu ermutigen, nachhaltig zu pendeln, ist ein wichtiger Beitrag zum Umweltschutz, da der Verkehr weltweit für 26 % der CO2-Emissionen verantwortlich ist. Bisher bestand die Herausforderung jedoch darin, einen Weg zu finden, mehrere Faktoren für den Wandel im Verkehr auf einmal anzusprechen: Anreize für Pendler, umweltfreundlichere Verkehrsmittel zu nutzen, Verhaltensänderungen so mühelos wie möglich zu messen und die Reduzierung des CO2-Fußabdrucks zu belohnen.

Nehmen Sie an unserem Webinar teil, um mehr darüber zu erfahren, wie die Stadt Aachen mit der Aachen.move-App alle oben genannten Punkte erfolgreich angeht, und über ähnliche Projekte, die bereits in anderen 6 deutschen Städten laufen. 

In diesem Webinar werden Sie erfahren:

  • Wie die Stadt Aachen in den ersten 4 Monaten des Aachen.move-Projekts 4% der Bevölkerung angezogen hat.
  • Wie hochgranulare Daten Bahnbetreibern und Nahverkehrsdienstleistern nicht nur helfen, Entscheidungen auf der Grundlage genauer Mobilitätserkenntnisse zu treffen, sondern auch das Verkehrsnetz zu optimieren und zu verbessern.
  • Wie Mobilitätserfassungs- und Belohnungssysteme die Nutzer dazu bringen, bewusste Entscheidungen für ein umweltfreundlicheres Verhalten zu treffen.
  • Wie Städte von einer Mobilitätserfassung und einer Gamification-Lösung in einer App profitieren können, um den Klimawandel zu bekämpfen.
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Kay Oebels

Koordination Mobilitätsmanagement #AachenMooVe!
Stadt Aachen

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Michael Pielen

Digitalisierung Verkehrssysteme
Stadt Aachen

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Daniela Schiffer

Co-Founder & CEO @ Changers

AI for mobility research: Germany’s 9-Euro-Ticket

In the summer of 2022, the German federal government introduced a nearly free public transport ticket in response to a rapid increase in consumer and energy prices. At only 9 Euros per month for three months in a row, anyone can buy a ticket, valid for all regional and local public transport around Germany. These measures created an unprecedented natural transportation experiment that can help answer many questions about passenger behavior. Among others is “Does low-priced public transport enhance green mobility?”

To find answers to these questions, our guest speakers from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) launched the Mobilität.Leben project. As research tools, the study uses a three-wave survey, an analysis of traffic counts and public transport ridership, and a travel diary application built by MOTIONTAG. 

In this webinar, you will learn the following:

  • How remarkable the 9-Euro-Ticket experiment is and what opportunities it provides to researchers.
  • If there is an observed midterm effect of nearly free public transportation on the mobility patterns in the Munich metropolitan region.
  • What makes MOTIONTAG’s mobility tracking technology a vital research tool.
  • About the respondents’ perception of the mobility tacking app compared to the traditional transportation surveys.
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Allister Loder

Research Associate, Project Manager at the Mobilität.Leben project Chair of Traffic Engineering TUM

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Lennart Adenaw

Research Associate
Chair of Automotive Engineering TUM

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Thuy Chinh Duong

Head of Product

AI for mobility research: Towards fully automated travel diaries

Our current transport systems are facing a number of fundamental challenges. These include growing urbanization and the generation of numerous other externalities like congestion, noise- and local air pollution, which can be partially attributed to old transport planning methods. This has led the transportation sector to be one of the largest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions.

Travel diaries are one of the primary data collection and mining tools used in a large proportion of the traditional transport research fields. They record individually reported information about performed trips, traditionally using paper & pencil. Since the advancements in big data, GPS sensory/availability, and machine learning methods, this task can be fully automated and done with much higher accuracy. The resulting data provides the basis for many modern transport planning applications in academia and in praxis. MOTIONTAG and ETH Zurich Institute for Transport Planning and Systems (IVT) work on various research projects to leverage this technology and drive change in the mobility sector.

In this webinar, you will learn the following:

  • Why traditional transportation diaries aren’t enough anymore and which pain points are removed when doing smartphone-based surveys.
  • How data with high granularity helps researchers understand mobility behaviors and what types of questions they can help answer.
  • About the most recent studies from the IVT.
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Adrian Meister

Doctoral Researcher
Institute for Transport Planning and Systems - ETH Zurich

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Christopher Tchervenkov

Doctoral Researcher
Institute for Transport Planning and Systems - ETH Zurich

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José Quispe

Senior Product Manager Data Analytics MOTIONTAG

DECEMBER 09 2021
AI for greener mobility: Why carrots work better than sticks in response to the climate change

Encouraging individuals to commute sustainably is a significant contribution to the environment, as transport is responsible for 26% of CO2 emissions globally. However, the challenge so far has been to find a way to address multiple drivers of transport change at once: incentivizing commuters to use greener modes of transportation, measuring behavioral change as effortlessly as possible, and rewarding carbon footprint reduction.

In this webinar you will learn the following:

  • How mobility recording and reward systems influence users to make conscious decisions towards greener behavior.
  • How high granular data help rail operators and local transportation service providers not only to make decisions based on accurate mobility insights but also to optimize and improve the transport network.
  • How cities can benefit from a mobility recording and gamification solution in one app to fight climate change
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Daniela Schiffer

Co-Founder & CEO

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Fabien Sauthier


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