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SynArea – Synergetic area coverage by public transport and low-threshold short trip-private transport
The aim of the project is the coverage of rural and/or suburban regions with multimodal services, which are more attractive for customers and economically more efficient than conventional public transport, accessed by foot, bike&ride or park&ride, and at the same time ecologically and socially more sustainable, than the sole use of motorised individual transport.
Harald Buschbacher, Gerald Kelz, Edith Hartmann, Stefan Kirschbichler, Christian Obermayer
German, 232 pages
Stefan Schönfelder, Mark Sommer, Rahel Falk, Kurt Kratena (WIFO), Romain Molitor, Liette Clees, Benjamin Kigilcim, Helmut Koch, Svenja Lembke, Christian Obermayer, Rainer Schrögenauer (komobile),
Publisher: Österreichisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung, 1030 Wien, Arsenal, Objekt 20 • Tel. (+43 1) 798 26 01-0 • Fax (+43 1) 798 93 86 • http://www.wifo.ac.at/ • Verlags- und Herstellungsort: Wien
German, 456 pages
WIFAS - The Assessment of social impacts of funding programmes that support research in the mobility of people and goods
The aim of the WIFAS study is to develop a conceptually and empirically sound model to capture the social effects and/or impacts caused by subsidy programmes –Thus, by working out appropriated indicators and by conceiving a rating system which is suitable fort he analysis of a variety of impact dimensions, with special emphasis on ecological effects.
Mag. Peter Kaufmann, Laurenz Wolf, MSc, Mag. Alex Schubert, Dr. Alexander Neumann
German, 154 pages
11th International Conference on Persuasive Technology (Persuasive Technology 2016), Workshop Empowering Cities for Sustainable Wellbeing, Salzburg, Austria
Millonig, A., Markvica, K., Haufe, N.
Publisher: Springer - Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2011
English, 11 pages
The MobLab Study supports the exploration of emerging urban mobility laboratories in Austria, in order to reduce the gap between the research results of the rigid environment of a laboratory and the implementation practice by offering a targeted accompanying of new Living Labs as user centred innovation settings as well as an evaluation of the gained insights.
Martin Berger, Linda Dörrzapf, Gert Breitfuß, Michael Poglitsch, Andrea Stickler, Vanessa Sodl, Elias Remele
German, 53 pages
The project “Querdenken quer denken” (Creative Thinking on Crazy Ideas) includes, besides a scientific support for the projects that receive the support in the currently open call for person’s mobility, an analysis of whether and to what extent existing financial instruments consider ideas, concepts, and implementation as well as perspective that reaches beyond the borders of specialized disciplines.
Ao.Univ.Prof. Mag. Dr. Günter Emberger, DI Ulrich Leth , Mag. Susanne Wolf-Eberl, Odilo Seisser
German, 97 pages
In pro:motion, methods from social sciences are applied in order to identify homogeneous groups of shared mobility-related information needs and to extract appropriate group-related arguments (e.g. health, environment, costs, image, adventure) in order to create incentives for active mobility.
Dr. Beatrix Brauner, Mag. Karin Bauer, Mag. Martin Mayr
German, 113 pages
The objective of the project was to apply the EU regulations 2009/661/EC (contains new tyre noise limits) and 2009/1222/EC (noise labelling of tyres) to Austrian conditions in order to find the actual feasible noise reduction, as well as suggestions of how to adapt the Austrian calculation basis.
DI Manfred Haider, DI Reinhard Wehr, Dott. Ing. Marco Conter, Ing. Gerhard Strohmayer, DI Heinz Hoislbauer
German, 74 pages
Programme 'Mobility of the Future' - RTI Agenda and Roadmap for Personal Mobility (English Summary) 2018
The Research, Technology and Innovation (RTI) Agenda refines the theme-specific programme mission of Personal Mobility in the RTI-funding programme “Mobility of the future” and points out areas of research addressed as well as programme actions until the year 2020 (Roadmap)”
Walter Wasner (BMVIT); Julian Pöll, Silvo Korez, Nora Spiegel, Michaela Enzenhofer (AustriaTech); Dietrich Leihs (FFG)
English, 21 pages
The proposed study analysed the impact of Industry 4.0 on the transport and logistics sector, also with regard to the foreign trade links of the Austrian economy. This analysis therefore offers a sound basis for the formulation of differentiated economic and transport policy recommendations as well as strategic recommendations.
Mag. Wolfgang Lueghammer, Mag.(FH) Wilhelm Schachinger, Mag. Dr. Wolfgang Schwarzbauer, et al.
German, 117 pages
The publication provides an overview on research projects and activities between 2012 and 2016. About 100 projects have been funded and financed by BMVIT amounting 20 Mio. € in total.
DI Walter Wasner
Publisher: Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie – BMVIT
English, 128 pages
The study ecomTraf analysed the impacts of the relation between consumer needs, the offers of online retailers and the CEP (courier-express-parcel) service industry on the development of the overall transport system.
Mag.(FH) Doris Gierlinger, Dr. Marike Kellermayr-Scheucher, Dr. Oliver Koll, Dr. Maria Kreuzer, Dr. Max Herry, DI Norbert Sedlacek
German, 67 pages
Austrian research, technology and innovation (RTI) competences in the domain of „Physical Internet and transport logistics“
This brief study is intented to give an overview of national RTI competences in Austria and the respective stakeholders.
Dr. Andrea Kasztler, Mag. Petra Wagner, Dr. Beatrix Wepner (AIT)
Publisher: Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology
English, 35 pages
AIDA-F - Potential of interdisciplinary approaches for organizational innovations in freight transport
An awareness of the value and benefit of taking an interdisciplinary approach to the treatment of challenges facing the Mobility of Goods has only developed to a certain extent, which is why interdisciplinary results are still hard to come by. External stimuli are usually required to open up introverted specialist debates on the phenomena that occur, to motivate a collaborative accomplishment of tasks and as such to mobilise innovation processes.
Dipl.-Ing. Dr. rer. nat. Heinz DÖRR; Viktoria MARSCH, Bakk.techn.; Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Andreas ROMSTORFER; MA Yvonne TOIFL, BSc
German, 157 pages