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Website

Website

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This deliverable acts as a confirmation for the Smarter Together website “D9.3.1 Website” implementation at its state of development in month 6 (July 2016).Read more

This deliverable acts as a confirmation for the Smarter Together website “D9.3.1 Website” implementation at its state of development in month 6 (July 2016). At this stage, the website comprises all project relevant information as described and documented below, and some of its basic functionalities and properties which will be updated and added on regularly in the next iterations of the website.

The website was successfully implemented, controlled and reviewed with respect to our internal rules described in the Project Quality Plan (deliverable 10.3.1).

The platform is managed by the leader of the WP9 and a Communication Manager on behalf of the Project Coordinator.

In the following chapters, we provide an overview of the website structure and of the content of the website.

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Vienna
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Citizen & Stakeholder Engagement
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SMARTER TOGETHER_D9.3.1_Website_160803.pdf (304.54 KB) Download
Evaluation Templates

Evaluation templates

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This deliverable provides several sheets for data collection and evaluation that will be used during the lifetime of the Smarter Together project.Read more

This deliverable provides several sheets for data collection and evaluation that will be used during the lifetime of the Smarter Together project. These include an analog data form for data collection, a data fault report sheet for the technical monitoring, a process evaluation sheet, which will be used for the process evaluation in T6.5, and a process evaluation questionnaire, also to be used in T6.5. Additional templates will be provided as the project progresses.

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SMARTER TOGETHER_D6.1.2_Evaluation templates_170323.pdf (301.04 KB) Download
Smart City Catalyst

Smart City Catalyst

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This document contains an overview of the citizen and stakeholder engagement within WP4 of the SMARTER TOGETHER project.Read more

This document contains an overview of the citizen and stakeholder engagement within WP4 of the SMARTER TOGETHER project.
Besides an illustration of the Urban Living Lab Munich as a venue and an outline of selected participation formats and communication measures, it focuses on the so-called Design Collectives (formerly named as Smart City Catalyst) executed by the Technical University of Munich:

  • Design Collective Mobility > Task 4.5
  • Design Collective Data > Task 4.4

For both of the Design Collectives, the description includes a summary of the process and methods, the results and the recommendations handed over to the experts of the City of Munich.
The last chapter ends with a statement by the Task leader of T4.4 and 4.5 on how the recommendations of the Technical University are feasible to incorporate them in the implementation of the solutions until month 18.

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Munich
Project type
Citizen & Stakeholder Engagement
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SMARTER TOGETHER_D4.2.1_Smart City Catalyst_171002.pdf (1.53 MB) Download
Shared electric mobility Lyon

Shared electric mobility in Lyon-Confluence

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This document describes sustainable mobility solutions deployed in the Lyon-Confluence area within SMARTER TOGETHER (the autonomous driverless electric shuttle “Navly”, and the electric vehicles charging stations “Bluely” and “CNR”), and its connection to the Lyon Metropolis’ smart city strategy, and the zero carbon action plan for the LyonRead more

This document describes sustainable mobility solutions deployed in the Lyon-Confluence area within SMARTER TOGETHER (the autonomous driverless electric shuttle “Navly”, and the electric vehicles charging stations “Bluely” and “CNR”), and its connection to the Lyon Metropolis’ smart city strategy, and the zero carbon action plan for the Lyon-Confluence area.
The features of the sustainable mobility in the Lyon-Confluence area are:

  • partly an evolution from a previous experimentation (the electric vehicles car-sharing system SunMoov)
  • partly a new experimentation (Navly)

The topics treated in this document concern shared electric mobility, data collection and data management by the city, public and private collaboration for designing and operating transportation modes, and business models.

This report also raises possible evolutions of the electric mobility solutions tested in the Lyon-Confluence area.

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Lyon
Project type
E-Mobility Projects
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SMARTER TOGETHER_D3.5.1_Electric Mobility_20170209.pdf (1.34 MB) Download
Collective Consumption PV

Report on collective self-consumption of Photovoltaic

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Within SMARTER TOGETHER, 4 new PV systems for a total power of approximately 1MW are planned in the Lyon Lighthouse City. Detailed features of these PV systems will be given in deliverable D3.4 of SMARTER TOGETHER related to Low-energy district achievements – zero carbon objective planned on month 36 of this project (early 2019).Read more

Within SMARTER TOGETHER, 4 new PV systems for a total power of approximately 1MW are planned in the Lyon Lighthouse City. Detailed features of these PV systems will be given in deliverable D3.4 of SMARTER TOGETHER related to Low-energy district achievements – zero carbon objective planned on month 36 of this project (early 2019).
In close link with these new PV systems, this document aims to:

  • Give the conditions under which self-consumption can be a new business model for PV systems,
  • Describe existing projects of collective self-consumption of PV in Europe,
  • Draw-up proposals of collective self-consumption schemes,
  • Summarize main legal barriers that can prevent the implementation of collective self-consumption projects.

This document takes as example one group of 5 buildings under construction in the Lyon-Confluence area called B2 block (12.000 m2), but remains relevant for other buildings elsewhere in France and in Europe.


It has been written by Bruno GAIDDON and Marine JOOS of Hespul.

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Lyon
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Electric-Renewable Energy Sources
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SMARTER TOGETHER_D3.3.1_Report collective self-consumption PV_161024.pdf (839.62 KB) Download
Peer-to-Peer Exchange

Report on Peer-to-Peer Knowledge Exchange Network and Workshop

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Within the HORIZON 2020 Lighthouse Project SMARTER TOGETHER, knowledge exchange and peer-to-peer learning play a key role in order to involve various stakeholders, enable exchange of ideas and best practices and to co-creatively develop solutions to existing challenges.Read more

Within the HORIZON 2020 Lighthouse Project SMARTER TOGETHER, knowledge exchange and peer-to-peer learning play a key role in order to involve various stakeholders, enable exchange of ideas and best practices and to co-creatively develop solutions to existing challenges. Thus, Work Package 2 (WP2) is dedicated to the co-creation of smart city solutions and Task 2.1 (T2.1) aims at developing a knowledge exchange network as well as an iterative peer-to-peer learning process. The peer-to-peer learning process in SMARTER TOGETHER is defined as a four-step approach and consists of:

  • Common Reporting: Gathers relevant information from all implementation projects/solutions at three points in time during the project duration
  • Project Books: Documents all implementation projects/solutions and their development over time; is updated three times based on Common Reporting inputs
  • Knowledge Carrier: Visualises the development of all implementation projects/solutions over time as well as their improvements; is updated three times based on Common Reporting inputs
  • Peer-to-Peer Knowledge Exchange Workshops: Take place three times over the project duration and address the challenges and risks occurring across cities and thematic fields which were identified in the Common Reporting; enable co-creation of solutions

The Deliverable at hand describes the iterative peer-to-peer learning process applied in SMARTER TOGETHER, presents the concept of the Knowledge Carrier in more detail and gives insights into the first Common Reporting period as well as the first Peer-to-Peer Workshop which took place from June 28th-30th, 2017, in Lyon.

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Lyon
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SMARTER TOGETHER_D2.1.1_Peer-to-peer exchange_171002.pdf (680.29 KB) Download