Methods, pilot platforms and recommendations for active mobility and sustainable lifestyle

Methods, pilot platforms and recommendations for active mobility and sustainable lifestyle

SimpliCITY - Marketplace for user-centered sustainability services

Veronika Hornung-Prähauser (Hrsg.), Diana Wieden-Bischof (Hrsg.)

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Wirtschaft & Management


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ISBN-13: 9783755765516

Verlag: Books on Demand

Erscheinungsdatum: 29.12.2021

Sprache: Englisch

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In the past decades, European cities have set ambitious goals for low carbon transition, but regional sustainability services (RSUS) lack an active user base. Only 15% of consumers take sustainability of these into account during a purchase and "rebound effect" can reach 80%. At the current pace, RSUS will fail to develop into sustainable business models and cities' efforts remain insufficient to meet targets set for 2050. The European project "SimpliCITY" (JPI Urban Europe; running from 10/2018-6/2021) aims to boost the digital competences of the urban communities in Salzburg, AT and Uppsala, SE. Both pilot cities, Salzburg and Uppsala, are so-called smart cities with different action fields, targets and coordination offices.

This report informs about the activities and results of SimpliCITY in which a hybrid approach was developed, using both physical and digital participation and incentive methods and tools. SimpliCITY examined how to increase the usage rate of regional sustainability services and how to drive the community towards these services by means of two novel web platforms and applications ("Stadtmacherei Salzburg" and "Cykla med Pelle"). In the long term, they will lead to a better visibility of regional sustainability services. More information about the project and its result can be found at:

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Veronika Hornung-Prähauser

Veronika Hornung-Prähauser (Hrsg.)

Dr. Veronika Hornung-Prähauser, MAS, has been working since 2001 in the interdisciplinary field of "Innovation Studies" at Salzburg Research, currently as head of the department "Innovation and Value Creation". The here lies on researching and supporting companies and organizations in the economic and social integration of "digital innovations" in various fields of application, including the Internet of Things, mobility & energy, health, social innovation, tourism and culture.

Her research focuses and interests are the systemic dynamics in the innovation early phase, new approaches for innovation management (innovation mindset; exploration, crowd participation and change management) as well as success factor research on open innovation methods and tools.

Diana Wieden-Bischof

Diana Wieden-Bischof (Hrsg.)

Mag. Diana Wieden-Bischof is innovation researcher and project manager in the department of "Innovation and Value Creation" at Salzburg Research. Her research focus lies particularly in the early stages of innovation. Here, the involvement of a crowd, their active participation in innovation processes, and diverse motivational factors are the focus of her work. Furthermore, she is particularly interested in new approaches to innovation management and the use of various open innovation methods and tools.

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