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Sharing mobility with ECARCELL

Sharing mobility with ECARCELL

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the smartest way sharing green mobility
ECARCELL is a total concept for sharing electric transport. The purpose of Ecarcell is to offer green mobility at minimal cost. You can become a member of a small group, or ‘cell’,  which jointly leases suitable electric transport which is then shared based on use and costs.

Every cell chooses its own means of transport, and thus – due to the multi-modal and modular approach – the cell can match the transport to its requirements. The members of the cell can also decide to make its vehicles available to third parties at certain times, which drives down costs even further. And by linking the cells to one another in a smart way mobility networks can be created that supplement regional public transport or may even replace it. Together with residents, local companies and authorities Ecarcell will flesh out this ambitious project of Brainport Smart District. We are striving to realise 100 cells in Brandevoort and surrounding areas within 4 years.

The feasibility of the proposal is currently being investigated. If the outcome is positive, the proposal may well become a reality.

OWNER PROJECT

ECARCELL

PARTNERS

Sycada | Driessen Udenhout | Ecotap | UNU | Athlon | TU/e

PROGRAMME LINES

mobile district, participation

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Ageing in place with LIVin Concepts

Ageing in place with LIVin Concepts

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Ouderen, voornamelijk 65 plussers, trainen in groepsverband bij een sportschool in Wassenaar 10 mei 2017. Steeds meer ouderen vinden hun weg naar een fitnesscentrum. Bewegen voor ouderen in de vorm van krachttraining – waar nodig volgens een individueel aangepast programma en onder begeleiding – kan er voor zorgen dat ouderen geen spieren meer verliezen, maar juist sterker en stabieler worden. Resultaat van goede krachttraining is dat men fit en vitaal blijft en ‘krakkemikkigheid’ en ‘fragiliteit’ buiten de deur houdt.
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Ageing in place

The total complex of factors – the shift from inpatient care to outpatient care, the ageing population, the increase of the number of people with dementia and the number of single person and two person households in addition to changing demands and wishes in the area of hybrid residential/care environments – must be brought together and translated in a new concept for homes for life: LIVin.

LIVin fills in the gaps between ‘living’ and ‘care’. Livin Concepts invests sustainably in homes as a carer and in the direct surroundings as a social ecosystem so that the home and the surroundings both contribute to preventing, solving and ameliorating the ailments that come with increasing age.Our choices for modular timber construction, energy-neutral construction with energy generation through solar panels, use of natural building materials, energy-efficient systems, use of domotica, wall finishings and use of colour reflect what we are trying to achieve: Sustainable living in a safe environment at an affordable price.

The feasibility of the proposal is currently being investigated. If the outcome is positive, the proposal may well become a reality.

OWNER PROJECT

LIVin

PARTNERS

COFFR, Eindhoven University of Technology, Vivent Het andere wonen

PROGRAMME LINES

social and safe district | participation| healthy district

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Omines wants to build a data platform

Omines wants to build a data platform

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Smart city data platform

New possibilities by linking data

Just imagine: your alarm clock goes earlier because it is going to be a busy day, the traffic light turns green just as you get to it, street lights are off when there is no one outside, but light up when you are jogging past. Wouldn’t it be great if your windows shut automatically when a cloud of particulate matter floats by, and open when the air is fresh and clean?

The data platform makes it possible to share and combine data from all available sensors in real time. Data combinations allow us to develop new applications and make the district smarter. It would allow for data-driven police deployment, for making homes smarter based on data on energy consumption or air quality, and last-mile improvements.The data is shared and disclosed based on conditions set by the owner, which guarantees the privacy of the data owner and compliance with regulations. By remaining innovative and combining the latest and best tools, long drawn-out integration processes can be relegated to the past and security and privacy by design can be ensured. This will create an accessible data platform that is open to all. Director Niels Keurentjes explains the project in this video clip.

The feasibility of the proposal is currently being investigated. If the outcome is positive, the proposal may well become a reality.

OWNER PROJECT

Omines

PARTNERS

Eindhoven University of Technology|

PROGRAMME LINES

Digital district |

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Living Lab with UNSense

Living Lab with UNSense

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Living in a learning city

Big data is big business. Businesses use personal data for profit, often without citizens’ knowledge. We want to change this. This project aims to study and develop new models in which the actual residents of the district rather than big business can profit from data. What if data were to be used for the good of the community?

UNSense wants to set the next step in planning and opinion forming on smart cities, and explore what a smart city, with all its processes and information, might actually look like.  For this, it introduces as part of Brainport Smart District a real life test environment of 100 homes consisting of a cross-section of society ranging from single householders to families and from young to old. In this district we will study together with the residents how data can be used to improve the living environment and people’s welfare in cities in psychological, physical, social and economic terms.

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OWNER PROJECT

Unsense

PARTNERS

PROGRAMME LINES

Digital district|

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