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Which submission should win the German Mobility Award? The public voting is now open. Participate and vote for your favorite in nine categories!

Longlist of the DMP 2022

  • Challenge: Data

    SENSARE: Sensor-based urban area analysis for heavy rain hazards

    SENSARE: Sensor-based urban area analysis for heavy rain hazards

    Climate change also poses major and new challenges for transport. Cities are already increasingly confronted with extreme weather. In the case of heavy rain, severe flooding can occur locally – with corresponding effects on traffic – making it all the more important to be prepared for this in the future. This is precisely where the SENSARE pilot project comes in: the real-time warning system measures the current water level with various sensors on the roads, in the canal system as well as in manhole covers. These sensors pass the data on to a digital platform where the values are compared with previously created simulations. Here, emergency services, infrastructure companies and the city administration can view this information in good time. SENSARE thus improves the ability to act in the event of sudden flooding and thus significantly strengthens the transport of the future.

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    Challenge: Networking

    Adaptive City Mobility (ACM): The e-mobility solution for urban fleet operators

    Adaptive City Mobility (ACM): The e-mobility solution for urban fleet operators

    Worldwide, fleet operators of electric vehicles are struggling with a number of challenges, including a lack of affordable and clean mobility, range limitation of vehicles or excessive costs for upgrading the power grid. The ACM project has developed a holistic e-mobility system as a solution approach for fleet operators in cities: a multifunctional B2B fleet vehicle can be rented by several fleet customers via the ACM sharing platform as well as used in different applications such as taxi, sharing, logistics and tourism. Through B2B sharing, ACM replaces private vehicles in cities. The energy solution used ties in with the existing infrastructure of cities – which is why the electric vehicles can be used immediately around the world without the need for further expansion of the power grid.

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    Challenge: Accessibility

    On-demand mobility for the Frankfurt/RhineMain region: transport on demand for the first and last mile

    On-demand mobility for the Frankfurt/RhineMain region: transport on demand for the first and last mile

    Simple, convenient and environmentally friendly – “on-demand mobility for the Frankfurt/Rhine-Main region” combines classic public transport with offers of digitally driven, new mobility. It thus creates real added value for the passenger: gaps in public transport services are closed with emission-free vehicles and more sustainable mobility is made possible. This means that up to 1.8 million people in the metropolitan region will receive an environmentally friendly and digital supplement to public transport on the first and last mile. The project enables attractive, digital public transport in suburban and rural areas and thereby reduces NO2 production.

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    Challenge: Networking

    Association-wide mobile station network in the Rhineland

    Association-wide mobile station network in the Rhineland

    For more and more municipalities, mobile stations are the first step towards solving transport problems. By connecting at least two or more modes of transport, they make it easier to switch from one to another, thus encouraging the shift away from cars towards more environmentally friendly alternatives. The goal of accelerating the expansion of the mobile station network is made possible by Nahverkehr Rheinland (NVR) through a mobile station concept that it provides to municipalities. In cooperation with the Zukunftsnetz Mobilität NRW, municipalities are supported and enabled to plan and implement their own mobile stations through coordination, advice, information offers and resources (workshops, framework contracts for equipment elements, etc.). Uniform standards are used and funding is made available. In autumn 2022, the 100th mobile station will be opened through this holistic approach – and it is already being adapted by other special-purpose associations in North Rhine-Westphalia.

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  • Challenge: Transformation

    citizen mobility – UMPARKEN: Mulimodal mobility solutions

    citizen mobility – UMPARKEN: Mulimodal mobility solutions

    Multimodal mobility solutions Urban mobility occasionally reaches its capacity limits. In order to avoid high CO2 and noise emissions in the future and also to ensure safety and a low land consumption of mobility, we have to rethink the way we get around. In the UMPARKEN project, eight households swap their cars for a mobility budget of 300 euros for four weeks and switch to multimodal solutions. The parking space freed up in this exchange is redesigned for alternative use in the interests of the residents. The pilot project, which saw the participation of citizens, municipalities, science, business and start-ups, provided important insights into the potentials and challenges of multimodal mobility and living without a car.

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    Challenge: Networking

    Network of state-funded posts for sustainable mobility in Baden-Württemberg

    Network of state-funded posts for sustainable mobility in Baden-Württemberg

    In order to promote and implement a sustainable change in transport in Baden-Württemberg through mobility projects, the Ministry of Transport funds staff positions in various areas of sustainable mobility. The 112 currently funded positions are coordinated and networked on a topic-specific basis. The new mobility experts play a central role in project coordination and implementation of measures for sustainable mobility, digitalisation and climate protection in transport. They act as a bridge between the state and the municipalities in the transportation and implementation of the state’s goals. The state-wide network thus facilitates uncomplicated networking and the transfer of knowledge between the agencies in order to effectively advance the transport transition and mobility of the future.

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    Challenge: Knowledge exchange

    OpenTransportMeetup: Virtual exchange platform around mobility

    OpenTransportMeetup: Virtual exchange platform around mobility

    For future-oriented mobility, there needs to be a continuous exchange of knowledge between the various stakeholders. Since July 2020, the Open-TransportMeetup (OTM) has been held fortnightly as an open, virtual ex-change event on topics related to OpenData, OpenSource, interfaces in the public transport and mobility sector. Invited experts present their pro-jects, standards, current developments or solutions and answer questions afterwards. Depending on the topic, 20-30 participants come from areas such as administration, public transport companies, research & teaching, start-ups, mobility initiatives and associations. The OTM makes initiatives, projects and standards that promote reuse and dissemination visible, links actors with each other and facilitates the exchange of experiences across the board.

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    Challenge: Networking

    MaaS L.A.B.S: Interaction Spaces for Data-Safe and Environmentally Friendly Mobility

    MaaS L.A.B.S: Interaction Spaces for Data-Safe and Environmentally Friendly Mobility

    The MaaS L.A.B.S project opens interaction spaces for people, innovative technologies and knowledge repositories with its Living Labs in medium-sized cities, such as Potsdam, Cottbus or Siegen. The aim is to support the development of well-informed, data-safe and environmentally friendly mobility as well as social urban development through various actions and events. In the Living Labs, for example, on-demand transport systems, mobility apps or peer-to-peer sharing technologies are tested under real conditions. Role-playing games for all age groups ensure the entertaining transfer of knowledge about complex ecosystems of digital mobility and invite discussion about the mobility of the future.

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  • Challenge: Transformation

    eFarm: Hydrogen from North Friesland

    eFarm: Hydrogen from North Friesland

    Pragmatic, Nordic, green: the eFarm joint project initiated by GP JOULE is located in the district of North Friesland. The largest sustainable hydrogen mobility project in Germany relies on regeneratively produced, green hydrogen. The principles behind it come from agriculture, namely diversity over monoculture, optimal synergy over optimal individual use and, above all, holistic thinking: generation, distribution and use are thought of together. Hydrogen is produced from surplus wind power in five electrolysers. Two filling stations supply two fuel cell buses and 30 cars. About 3,000 people are involved in the project through the 20 shareholders. The eFarm shows us that community-based, sustainable management is possible and that emission-free, local transport benefits everyone – both people and the environment.

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    Challenge: Transformation

    Unleash Future Boats: Sustainable transport transition on water

    Unleash Future Boats: Sustainable transport transition on water

    The idea that waterways are important building blocks in the transport transition is still given insufficient attention. They are more flexible and cheaper compared to bridges, can combine a range of mobility offers – from e-scooters to CargoBikes – in an intermodal way and are barrier-free and family-friendly. Unleash Future Boats forms this missing link in the mobility chain with Mobility-on-Demand by water. The innovative ecosystem around electric, autonomous boats and ships includes many components: propulsion kits of electric systems including fuel cells and green hydrogen, autonomous and emission-free passenger and cargo transport on water, a fully digital emission-free port with autonomous boats and ships, and a European test and validation centre for autonomous shipping. The network behind Unleash Future Boats consists of more than 37 international partners from business, industry, politics and academia who have a clear mission: to advance the waterborne transport revolution using a radical approach.

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    Challenge: Transformation

    e.Volution: The commuter shuttle system

    e.Volution: The commuter shuttle system

    e.Volution is a shuttle system for commuters that reduces car traffic at peak times. Employers can make it available to their employees for free rides. The corporate shuttle combines increasing commuter traffic, space saving, energy saving and C02 reduction, while at the same time offering people an individualised, comfortable and flexible driving experience. If it is possible to transport an average of five people to work in the shuttles, which can hold up to seven people, the system will mean five private cars are no longer on the roads. This will save 80 per cent space and reduce C02 emissions by 25 per cent. The META shuttle is a barrier-free electric Circular Economy vehicle that has an especially long service life and was developed in such a way that its production is extremely resource efficient. In the start-up phase, e.Volution is cooperating with Telekom at the Bonn site, with the Aachen city region at the Merzbrück site, with the Coesfeld district in Münsterland and with the city of Bochum at the Mark 51°7 site (formerly the Opel plant).

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    Challenge: Transformation

    Neue Nähen - SUPERBLOCKS Leipzig: Association for the sustainable transformation of Leipzig’s streetscape

    Neue Nähen - SUPERBLOCKS Leipzig: Association for the sustainable transformation of Leipzig’s streetscape

    Leipzig’s cityscape is densely populated and diverse. The Neue Nähen – SUPERBLOCKS Leipzig project aims to reduce Leipzig’s traffic (socio-economically). This goes hand in hand with the plan to reclaim the street space as public space and to create safe traffic routes in addition to green spaces without any motorized individual traffic. Residents of Leipzig, as well as the administration, politics and science, are invited to accompany and help shape the process of traffic reduction in Leipzig. Neue Nähen – SUPERBLOCKS Leipzig creates a blueprint for further initiatives in the city and for the active implementation of the traffic turnaround.

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  • Challenge: Data

    DatEnKoSt: Data-based decisions for cost-effective road maintenance

    DatEnKoSt: Data-based decisions for cost-effective road maintenance

    The maintenance of transport routes is a challenge for local and municipal governments. Some of the direct consequences of not keeping up with this maintenance are hazardous situations, accident costs and delivery delays. The research project “DatEnKoSt – Data-based decisions for cost-effective road maintenance” is developing an inexpensive and reliable condition assessment of traffic routes. Continuous road recording using smartphones in municipal vehicles will enable the permanent monitoring of road conditions. Image and sensor data are used as a basis, which can derive the road condition by means of artificial intelligence. The project enables damage to be detected at an early stage, road construction measures to be planned efficiently and proactive rehabilitation management to be made possible.

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    Challenge: Data

    MobiData BW: Portal for the bundling and publication of mobility data

    MobiData BW: Portal for the bundling and publication of mobility data

    Under the label MobiData BW, the public transport company Nahverkehrsgesellschaft Baden-Württemberg mbH (NVBW) has been operating a data and service portal on behalf of the state of Baden-Württemberg for the bundling and publication of mobility data since September 2020. Such mobility data is collected by public institutions and private companies in Baden-Württemberg in a wide variety of places and formats and under assorted licenses, and is mostly used on a local basis. This data is thus located on individual, separate “data islands”. This is where the Mobi Data BW project comes in: the goal is to create a network of the individual data islands and to publish this data under an open license and in standard formats. The approach is geared towards the common good, non-discriminatory and consistently oriented towards the Open Data principle.

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    Challenge: Inclusion

    MOTIS Project: Sustainable and inclusive travel made easy

    MOTIS Project: Sustainable and inclusive travel made easy

    MOTIS is an application that makes finding sustainable connections with different modes of transport (e.g. park and ride, bike, car and e-scooter sharing and public transport) as easy as reaching for the car key. Among other things, the project is currently working on MOTIS being able to calculate barrier-free travel chains on a profile basis – this includes, for example, the exclusion of transfers if no boarding aid is available at the time of boarding or alighting. In such a case, the application figures out the best alternatives. The project is thus an important step towards providing more inclusive Mobility as a Service offers.

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    Challenge: Networking

    OPENER next: Next stop: Accessibility!

    OPENER next: Next stop: Accessibility!

    The vision of OPENER next is to make public transport more attractive. The aim is to promote an inclusive society on the one hand and to advance a sustainable mobility revolution on the other. The project’s approach is based on social cooperation, which means that citizens can contribute to recording and updating stops and their characteristics using a data collection app (OpenStop). What makes this special is that not only is the responsibility for data collection shared amongst several people, but the collection also takes place continuously and according to demand. In the spirit of “for each other”, the data collected is freely available to everyone. The aim of the project is to encourage more people to use the bus and train more often.

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  • Challenge: Transformation

    CT-1: micro mobility that transforms city traffic

    CT-1: micro mobility that transforms city traffic

    Our cities are becoming more and more crowded, and the space available in them increasingly scarce. The German-Israeli microcar project City Transformer has developed the all-electric microcar CT-1, which takes into account the realities of inner-city traffic. CT-1 is an all-electric microcar with two seats on four wheels that can reduce its track width from 1.4 metres to 1 metre at the push of a button. This makes the CT-1 easy to park, easy to handle and a smart solution for congested inner cities with a notorious lack of parking space. In addition, fewer resources are required for its production and maintenance compared to conventional electric cars. This allows users to minimise their ecological footprint in traffic without sacrificing comfort and safety.

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    Challenge: liveable city

    Share.P: Inner-city parking made easy

    Share.P: Inner-city parking made easy

    The Swiss project Share.P is an innovative solution that optimises urban parking in a sustainable way. By automating the process of renting off-street parking spaces, it eliminates the unnecessary search for parking spaces while promoting the development of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. The free mobile app, currently accessible in six languages, makes it easy to find and pre-book a parking space for the car or a charging station for the electric car. Unused parking spaces can be made available to the ShareP community so that the tedious search for a parking space is no longer necessary. The application is an innovative approach to solving the problem of air pollution and traffic congestion in cities.

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    Challenge: Data

    Transport Data Commons Initiative (TDCI): Sammlung von Daten aus dem Verkehrssektor

    Transport Data Commons Initiative (TDCI): Sammlung von Daten aus dem Verkehrssektor

    In many countries and cities, access to transport data is difficult, the quality of the available data is low or the data is not collected at all. To address this, the Transport Data Commons Initiative was jointly founded in May 2022 by 18 organisations based all over the world. The goal of the project is to capture the connection between transport and climate. At this point, the initiative is therefore initially focusing on reporting data from the transport sector that is needed to derive the sector’s greenhouse gas emissions. The vision behind the project is to develop a common and open source data platform that can be accessed and used by all. The purposes behind it can be different: they include evidence-based neighbourhood improvement, modelling greenhouse gas emissions for rural or urban areas, and considering which transport mode mix will improve air quality and other environmental impacts.

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    Challenge: liveable city

    VelObserver: Subjective assessment of the quality of the cycling infrastructure

    VelObserver: Subjective assessment of the quality of the cycling infrastructure

    Most cities lack an infrastructure that makes cycling a pleasant and comfortable transport experience. In order to promote this sustainable means of transport in a future-oriented way, it is necessary to consistently focus infrastructure construction on perceived and subjective safety. However, up to now there has been no data on precisely this. The VelObserver project therefore collects this data using a unique approach across the board and through crowdsourcing in the city of Zurich. Cyclists give their opinion on their personal feelings for different segments. In this way, over 40,000 assessments have been recorded in recent months, which also make progress visible and serve the city of Zurich as a planning basis for the further development of the bicycle network.

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  • Challenge: Liveable city

    The Smart Mobility Challenge: A Simulated Reality

    The Smart Mobility Challenge: A Simulated Reality

    The Smart Mobility Challenge is about the challenges of future urban mobility and urban design. Interdisciplinary student teams deal with a given set of problems and come up against the issues of smart mobile living. The goal: to develop and realise their own project ideas, learn personal responsibility and gain a foothold in the disciplines of “mobility” and “urban planning”. During the Challenge, students absorb new thought-provoking ideas and learn to understand the priority of interdisciplinarity within their studies. As a protected space for free and unconventional thinking, the Smart Mobility Challenge is based on the motto: sustainable development begins in the minds of future developers.

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    Challenge: liveable city

    Second Ride: Electrify your moped

    Second Ride: Electrify your moped

    With Second Ride, users with a moped from cult brand “Simson” can use a conversion kit to convert their vehicle’s combustion engine to an electric motor. Only the drive train is replaced; structural and body parts as well as interior fittings are reused according to the principles of a circular economy. The conversion makes electric mobility more ecologically, economically and socially sustainable. Co-founder and inventor Carlo Schmid is responsible for the technical development and has led the conversion kit to TÜV certification and road approval.

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    Challenge: liveable City

    Powerbänk: Battery charging for electric vehicles via app

    Powerbänk: Battery charging for electric vehicles via app

    For some years now, e-mobility and electric vehicles have been gaining in importance for private users. However, the number of publicly accessible charging stations is far from sufficient to meet the demand. In addition, not all private users have the possibility to charge their electric vehicles at home.
    This is where the project comes in: Powerbänk offers to order a battery charge for the private electric vehicle via app. After ordering, a mobile battery pack is delivered to the location of the electric vehicle, connected and collected again after a successful charging process. The project thus offers solutions to various problems of electric traffic in the city: mobile charging can drastically reduce the search for charging stations and have a significant positive impact on urban traffic flow.

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    Challenge: liveable city

    WülfRad: The cargo bike delivery service from school

    WülfRad: The cargo bike delivery service from school

    WülfRad is a company run by schoolchildren that offers delivery services with cargo bikes and aims to substantially substitute car and truck journeys. The school project shows: even at a young age, people can participate very concretely and practically in the mobility turnaround and make a contribution to reducing CO2 emissions. For the past three years, lunch has been delivered daily to a daycare centre by cargo bike, and since spring 2022, the pupils have been cycling organic boxes to customers once a week for an unpackaged shop – and this is just the beginning.

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  • Challenge: Transformation

    Sunglider Smart Uberground Metro: The future rides on the solar track

    Sunglider Smart Uberground Metro: The future rides on the solar track

    What could the public transport of the future look like? The Sunglider Smart Uberground Metro project offers an answer to this question. Sunglider is a smart, 100 per cent photovoltaic-powered underground metro for medium-sized cities. The future-oriented model relies on self-driving, hovering gliders for people and goods as well as autonomous shuttles on the ground for the last mile. The Uberground Metro connects the city with the city ring and the old town, as well as with the surrounding towns and communities. In this way, metropolitan space and rural zones grow together to form the “mezzopolis” of the future. Glider stops offer narrow, space-saving island stops. In addition, mobility hubs, post depots, PV electricity charging points and wait-free transfer points for ground shuttles or metro-owned pedelecs and e-scooters are located on the ground.

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    Challenge: Transformation

    Future Life: Interdisciplinary Future Project of the Fantastic Library Wetzlar

    Future Life: Interdisciplinary Future Project of the Fantastic Library Wetzlar

    With its hypothetical-speculative approach, the world of science fiction offers a diverse view of possible future scenarios for mobility. The Future Life project taps into this potential of ideas, systematises it and makes it accessible in processed form in a project database.

    This approach makes it possible to look not only at technical innovations, but also at systemic framework conditions and individual effects of future mobility. Furthermore, unusual and offbeat ideas about mobility can also be found in science fiction, which provide impulses for innovations in the mobility sector.

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    Challenge: Sustainability

    Veloroute H2O: The floating cycle path

    Veloroute H2O: The floating cycle path

    Veloroute H2O is a concept for a ferry system for bicycles that connects the two sides of Kiel’s city centre. It was developed by Bashar Zapen, who is a student at the Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts. An electric, autonomous ferry transports cyclists across Kiel Fjord, powered by wind and tidal turbines. The floating cycle path complements Kiel’s network of cycle paths, so that Kiel residents no longer have to rely on detours by public transport or private vehicles to cross the fjord.

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    Challenge: Liveable City

    Infothek for Real Utopias: Graphics for Future Scenarios of Real Places

    Infothek for Real Utopias: Graphics for Future Scenarios of Real Places

    The sustainability movement often warns about the potential horror scenarios that the future may bring. This, on the one hand, creates an impetus for change. On the other, these scenarios overwhelm many people and make them unable to act. The project Infothek for Realutopias provides elaborate future graphics and visualisations of a sustainable mobility transition: graphics show what real places could look like in a few decades if various aspects of sustainable mobility were taken into account. The project introduces people to an ecologically compatible cityscape and aims to inspire them to join the change and the sustainability movement. The graphics are available online and can be freely used non-commercially.

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  • Challenge: Inclusion

    Traumschüff: Floating travelling theatre for rural areas

    Traumschüff: Floating travelling theatre for rural areas

    The non-profit theatre cooperative Traumschüff runs “Theatre in the River”, a floating touring theatre that primarily travels in rural areas. It deals with the perspectives and themes of the region being visited. The flexible stage ship doubles as a houseboat and generates solar power, which can also be used to operate the stage equipment. Since 2017, the Traumschüff has been touring Brandenburg, Saxony-Anhalt and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania for several months every summer. Many of the locations currently have no professional theatre operations of their own, so the project aims to fill this gap and supplement the existing cultural offerings. It hopes to provide professional, easy-to-understand and entertaining theatre that offers depth and at the same time draws attention to sustainability in mobility.

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    Challenge: liveable city

    Parasite Parking: Intervention in public space

    Parasite Parking: Intervention in public space

    The Parasite Parking project is an intervention in public space: the multifunctional platform disguised as a parking space – the parasite – can transform itself at any time and flexibly adapt to its surroundings and use. The platform is an uninvited guest on the spaces that are available to all as part of society and yet are mostly occupied only by steel bodies of modernity. Parasite Parking de- and recodes public space. The parasite does not ask about ownership and its rules, but about the limits of the usability of public space and its formulas of mobile and flexible forms of use. It comes and goes, depending on how long it can inhabit a niche.

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    Challenge: Data

    meta mapping: The real-time installation for the creation of imaginary maps

    meta mapping: The real-time installation for the creation of imaginary maps

    The project is a real-time installation in which new “imaginary” maps are continuously generated from hundreds of gigabytes of freely accessible geo, road and satellite data. Valleys, rivers, mountain ranges and paths are created before the viewer’s eyes – algorithmically mapped by the machine. meta mapping changes the way we look at the world by revealing the arbitrariness of our daily mappings. By breaking down the static through the mobilisation of data, the artists also question their apparent objectivity: data is generated and not given a priori.

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    Challenge: Sustainability

    citizenship: The floating artistic research project

    citizenship: The floating artistic research project

    The “citizenship” crossed the central German landscape by water in the summer of 2022 on its journey from Berlin to Kassel. The floating artistic research project is a boat constructed from a former wooden roof. It was propelled without fossil fuels and only by the people around it, for example by paddling, pulling or pushing. At about 30 stations, a lively exchange of energy, art and cultural practices involving the local and international participants took place. The core of the project lies in collectivity, in the community building of resources and their fair distribution as well as in the (re-) activation of social and spatial relationships.

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  • Frank Noe

    Frank Noe

    Frank Noe

    Frank Noe has been professionally involved in the service bike leasing sector for almost nine years. In addition, he inspires a large number of people as a micro-influencer on LinkedIn and has also launched various initiatives around the topic of mobility. For example, he is the initiator of #MdRzK – Mit dem Rad zum Kunden, die Dienstreise mit dem Fahrrad. For this, he himself cycled from Munich to Hamburg in 2021. With #bike2X – cycle to your homeoffice, he created a project with which he motivated people to cycle every day, even when they were working from home. In his initiative #BikeRepair4Ukraine, tech-savvy cyclists help other cyclists to get their bikes into good enough working condition for the new season. Instead of a payment, a donation in an individual amount is made to support people in Ukraine.

    In addition, Noe supports the network initiative Driversity and has been an active volunteer mountain bike guide for the German Alpine Association since 2009. For Frank Noe, the mobility of the future should be simple, usable and retrievable, flexible, sustainable, healthy, safe and intergenerational. In his opinion, this should not be about owning means of transport, but about a service that moves and inspires people.

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    Katja Diehl

    Katja Diehl

    Katja Diehl has acquired expertise on sustainability with a focus on future mobility throughout her professional career. The mantra of her work is: “Everyone should have the right to live a life without owning a car. She writes a blog, runs the podcast “SheDrivesMobility” and is active on social media as well as on stage. She is also involved in the national board of Verkehrsclub Deutschland e. V., in the Hamburg representation of womeninmobility and as an advisor to the Austrian Minister for Climate Protection. Her book “Autokorrektur. Mobilität für eine lebenswerte Welt ” will be published in 2022. Her core competence is to turn things upside down in a communicative way – in favour of a human-centred change in transport.

    Katja Diehl’s vision for the future is a child-friendly, climate-friendly, accessible, decelerated mobility that aims for equality. Privileges for cars should be reduced and parking spaces and streets should be designed primarily for cyclists and pedestrians. She sees a change in attitude and behaviour as the greatest challenge of the transport revolution.

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    Lars Engelhard

    Lars Engelhard auf der Longlist in der Kategorie DMP Menschen

    Lars Engelhard

    Lars Engelhard is co-founder and CEO of Unleash Future Boats – an ecosystem for electric, autonomous mobility and logistics. The company develops fully autonomous maritime systems and brings both freight transport and taxis to the water. With hydrogen refuelling stations, a European test and validation centre for autonomous maritime mobility, an excellent real-life laboratory and a fully digital and emission-free port, a completely new mobility on the water is being developed for everyone.

    In addition, Lars Engelhard is the youngest author in the Club of Rome. He works with students on technical, creative and business projects in the field of maritime mobility to give the next generation the tools to solve tomorrow’s problems. Lars Engelhard’s vision for the future is a completely emission-free mobility that is decentralised, diverse and individualised to meet the individual needs of all. Although his passion is water, for him it is clear: road, air, underground and water must be used cooperatively and intermodally in the future.

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    Sylvia Lier

    Sylvia Lier

    Sylvia Lier is an expert on multimodal personal mobility and a thought leader on the topic of mobility budgets. She has many years of experience in the areas of fleet management and leasing, sharing economy including mobility platforms and public transport. She has not only written numerous articles and given lectures on the topic of mobility budgets, but has also founded her own LinkedIn community, Mobility Budget, with almost 500 members. The results of the monthly grouping are made freely available to the public.

    Sylvia Lier’s vision of future company mobility is about an actual mobility turnaround, with the goal of an urgently needed reduction in CO2. In doing so, she relies less on car-centred concepts and more on concepts that are sustainable, multimodal and climate-friendly. This includes attractive public transport, cycling, and the use of shared mobility offers. Employers could make the use of different mobility offers accessible to their employees by providing mobility budgets.

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  • For the DMP | Audience Award, only the audience decides. The audience award shows who or what is particularly important to citizens for the future of mobility. The DMP | Audience Award goes to the person or project that received the most votes in the online voting.