Attractive places in rural areas

Overview

The aim of the project is to transfer the "Smart Cities" approach to small and medium-sized communities, taking into account the special conditions of rural areas, as a preliminary work for a later nationwide general use. This is done  using three scenarios. In detail, it includes the development of a 3D web platform by the LGL and the HFT.

Research Question

The focus of the project is the prototypical development of a 3D web platform which contains the three project parts. After each project part it should be checked whether the implementation is reproducible and can be used by the communities on a larger scale. This should also result in guidelines for stabilisation through the LGL.

Procedure

The project is divided into three sections. The first part of the project deals with the integration of building models (BIM models) for municipal planning into the web platform.

The second part of the project deals with the linking of the 3D base model with sensors and real-time visualization for the evaluation of measurement results of dynamic processes as well as their presentation and thus making them useful for science, administration and citizens.

In the third part of the project a connection of different modes of transport with the 3D web application will be established and its impact on infrastructure facilities will be examined.

Targeted results

The prototypical developments in the respective project parts are intended to provide insights for stabilisation. Ideally, it should be possible to expand these project activities and offer smart services for the sustainable development of attractive places to reside, live and work along the demographic change processes in rural areas. The aim is to provide citizens with a geodata-based participation platform.

ManagementProf. Dr. Volker Coors
PartnerLGL (State Office for Geoinformation and Land Development)
Websitehttps://www.lgl-bw.de/unsere-themen/Geoinformation/Digitalisierungsstrategie/Smart-Villages/
Project e-mail addressMonique.Voegele@lgl.bwl.de
Sponsordigital@bw
Duration01.07.2018 – 31.12.2020

Team

Name and position Field Email and phone Room
Professor, Wissenschaftlicher Direktor des IAF Studienbereich Informatik und Vermessung Studiendekan Informationslogistik +49 711 8926 2708 7/030
Akademischer Mitarbeiter (Geoinformatik) Geoinformatik +49 711 8926 2549 2/405
Akademischer Mitarbeiter Fakultät Vermessung, Informatik und Mathematik +49 711 8926 2549 2/405