Student projects in the ONLINE.mobil LAB
How is real-time data on mobility collected and processed? How can playful urban explorations promote active mobility in the Grätzl? What methods and tools does joint, participatory and interdisciplinary research need to address the challenges of the future?
Students and teachers of Planning and Computer Science at TU Wien presented semester projects in the ONLINE.mobil LAB on 27 January.
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The courses Design Thinking, Geodata Analysis and Visualisation with GIS and Projects from Media and Human-centered Computing deal with research questions and develop tools for mobility and the city with a focus on Smart City Seestadt.
Thanks to all lecturers and students of the research departments Transportation System Planning, Urban and Regional Planning and Multidisicplinary Design & User Research of the TU Wien.
In particular, we would also like to thank our guests: Teresa Morandini and Lena Mally (Stadtteilmanagement), Lukas Lang, Conny Bredt, Alexander Oberroither and Barbara Völker (Wien 3420 AG) and Philip Viehweger (Bauhaus Mobility Lab Weimar).
Here is the handout and project overview: 27012021_UIS_Handout