Our Smart City Lab in Hamburg has a strong focus on local district management services for energy, mobility and citizen participation. Our objective is to enable local actors, e.g. small and medium business owners, facility managers, local utilities and prosumers to generate new business. With our use cases for smart energy, urban mobility and IoT- BIM (Building Information Modelling) simulations we are proving new business models and combining different technologies and platforms to a system-of-systems approach. This service is open for all stakeholders and knowledge holders.
We are combining different open data sources with IoT- sensors, GIS, smart district data infrastructure, grid operations, and other legacy data in an open FWARE ecosystem to enable new digital services within a city.
We can plan, implement and test several IT use cases for maintenance, inspection, renew and overall of different grid components and assets. Also, we can offer a branch of simulation and prosumer driven workflows for further data services. Because of our commitment to open source, open access and open data, we can offer an open and flexible ecosystem.
We offer an open, local FIWARE instance incl. LoRaWAN services, open data, GIS, smart district data infrastructure, local operator assets and several interfaces for energy marketplaces and databases.
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The pricing model must be defined during the next phases. Building blocks for the price models are e.g. one time charges for set-up, the monthly base fee for “Platform as a Service” and usage-based fee for volumes exceeding base installation.