iCity. Transformative Research for the Livable, Intelligent, and Sustainable City: Research Findings of University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart

Author:   Volker Coors ,  Dirk Pietruschka ,  Berndt Zeitler
Publisher:   Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Edition:   1st ed. 2022
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9783030920951


Pages:   371
Publication Date:   06 August 2022
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This open access book presents the exciting research results of the BMBF funded project iCity carried out at University of Applied Science Stuttgart to help cities to become more liveable, intelligent and sustainable, to become a LIScity. The research has been pursued with industry partners and NGOs from 2017 to 2020. A LIScity is increasingly digitally networked, uses resources efficiently, and implements intelligent mobility concepts. It guarantees the supply of its grid-bound infrastructure with a high proportion of renewable energy. Intelligent cities are increasingly human-centered, integrative, and flexible, thus placing the well-being of the citizens at the center of developments to increase the quality of life. The articles in this book cover research aimed to meet these criteria. The book covers research in the fields of energy (i.e. algorithms for heating and energy storage systems, simulation programs for thermal local heating supply, runtime optimization of combined heat and power (CHP), natural ventilation), mobility (i.e. charging distribution and deep learning, innovative emission-friendly mobility, routing apps, zero-emission urban logistics, augmented reality, artificial intelligence for individual route planning, mobility behavior), information platforms (i.e. 3DCity models in city planning: sunny places visualization, augmented reality for windy cities, internet of things (IoT) monitoring to visualize device performance, storing and visualizing dynamic energy data of smart cities), and buildings and city planning (i.e. sound insulation of sustainable facades and balconies, multi-camera mobile systems for inspection of tunnels, building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) as active facade elements, common space, the building envelopes potential in smart sustainable cities).

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Author:   Volker Coors ,  Dirk Pietruschka ,  Berndt Zeitler
Publisher:   Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Imprint:   Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Edition:   1st ed. 2022
ISBN:  

9783030920951


ISBN 10:   303092095
Pages:   371
Publication Date:   06 August 2022
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Forthcoming
Availability:   Not yet available   Availability explained
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Editorial24 articles from researchers at the HFT in the fields of energy, mobility, information platforms, and buildings and city planning.Appendix (i.a. including literature, abbreviations, source references etc.)

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Volker CoorsProfessor of Computer Science in the Department of Surveying, Informatics and Mathematics at the Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences, Scientific Director Institute for Applied Research. Head of the iCity action field Information Platform and Urban Simulations. Research interests in geodesy and geoinformatics, 3D city models, augmented reality. Numerous publications (coors-online.de), project managements, memberships, awards, patent applications. Dr.-Ing. Dirk PietruschkaHead of the Center for Sustainable Energy Technology, Head of Research at Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences. Founder and managing director of enisyst GmbH. iCity developer and overall project manager. iCity field of activity manager for energy management, information and communication technologies. Research focus on sustainable energy, heat networks, energetic urban redevelopment. Numerous publications, project managements, and awards. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Berndt ZeitlerProfessor of Acoustics in the Building Physics Department at the Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences, member of the Scientific Directorate of the Institute for Applied Research. Head of the iCity field of action Innovative Buildings and Technologies. Main research interests in building and room acoustics, technical acoustics, esp. sound insulation, propagation and transmission. Numerous publications, project managements, memberships in standards committees, awards, patent applications.

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