DEGREE4ALPS 
DigitalisEd and GREEn mobility for ALPine Space communities
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  • 2021 – 2027
  • Innovation and digitalisation supporting a green Alpine region
  • SO 3.2 - Reaping the benefits of digitisation for citizens, companies, research organisations and public authorities
    • 2.133.935 EUR
    • 1.582.631 EUR

    Partners

    University of Passau (Lead partner)
    • Lead partner
    • Germany
    • Niederbayern (DE22)
    • Passau
    German Alpine Club - Oberland section
    • Germany
    • Oberbayern (DE21)
    • München
    Redmint Social Enterprise
    • Italy
    • Lombardia (ITC4)
    • Milano
    DOLOMITI BUS S.P.A.
    • Italy
    • Veneto (ITH3)
    • Belluno
    Municipality of Maribor
    • Slovenia
    • Vzhodna Slovenija (SI03)
    • Maribor
    University of Maribor
    • Slovenia
    • Vzhodna Slovenija (SI03)
    • Maribor
    Universita' della Svizzera italiana
    • Switzerland
    • Ticino (CH07)
    • Lugano
    BePooler SA
    • Switzerland
    • Ticino (CH07)
    • Lugano
    Municipality of Šmartno pri Litiji
    • Slovenia
    • Vzhodna Slovenija (SI03)
    • Šmartno pri Litiji
    Climate Alliance Styria
    • Austria
    • Steiermark (AT22)
    • Graz
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    Outcomes


    • Pilot 1: Improving accessibility for all citizens

      Testing of co-designed pilot elements, through tailored use cases combining: a) services: scheduled, demand responsive (DRT), carpooling, sharing, personal mobility; b) purposes: access to health, education, social services, leisure; c) scope: rural, peripheral, regional; d) digital functionalities: trip planning, booking, routing, ticketing and payment. Tests will validate consistency and replicability of pilot elements, provide recommendations for the sizing and upscaling. (D2.1.3)

    • Pilot 2: Enhancing green mobility operations through digitalisation

      Testing co-designed pilot elements, building tailored use cases combining: a) bus charging location: depot, stops, termini; b) type of charging: overnight, opportunity; c) purpose: monitoring, assessment, optimization; d) energy source: grid, on site, community. Tests will validate consistency and replicability of pilot elements, provide recommendations for the sizing and upscaling. (D2.2.3)

    • Flexible and shared mobility model increasing accessibility and inclusiveness for all

      A jointly developed and validated mobility concept for inclusive communities, consolidating in one common solution: - Integrated vehicle sharing system for vulnerable groups - Demand Responsive Transit for local communities and vulnerable groups - Vehicle pooling for remote valleys, including intermodal options - Intermodal digitalised cross-border services for accessibility of car free valleys - Tools for the assessment of digital readiness, user friendliness, and user needs in NEMT

    • Energy flows digital monitoring, assessment and optimization model, enhancing energy efficiency and potential integration of renewable and distributed sources

      A jointly developed and validated monitoring and assessment model, consolidating in one common solution: - Use cases enhancing green mobility operations - Energy flows digital monitoring systems for e-buses in depots - Energy flows digital monitoring systems for e-buses at destination and opportunity chargers - Tool for the analysis of potential integration of renewable distributed sources (D2.3.2)

    • Action plans for the up take and upscaling of DEGREE4ALPS solutions

      Based on the jointly developed digital solutions for inclusive and green mobility, action plans define and describe priority actions for their up take at local/regional level, competencies, responsibilities and timelines for the implementation within existing mobility and welfare strategies, to make the digital concept scalable and tailored on the needs of the territory. Action plans will be adopted at territorial level by the competent bodies. (D3.1.3)

    • DEGREE4ALPS guidelines on digitalization and social innovation trends in mobility

      The guidelines on digitalization and social innovation trends in mobility will build on the findings of the co-design of solutions process, and will be elaborated with the active participation of the project quadruple helix community composed by policymakers, industry, academia and civil society representatives. (D3.2.3)

    • E-courses for public administrations, planners and mobility operators, based on joint solutions for digital mobility, action plans and guidelines on digitalisation and social innovation

      Two e-courses (improving accessibility for all citizens, and enhancing green mobility operations through digitalisation) will be organized by academic partners Uni Passau and Uni Maribor (supported by USI and Redmint), based on the pilots and solutions jointly developed in WP2, the six action plans and the guidelines on digitalization and social innovation trends in mobility. (D3.3.1)