Virtual Study Tour in Dresden

ONLINE - 3 Dec 20
Are you ready to travel? Join MAtchUP in its first virtual study tour to discover the energy efficiency and smart mobility solutions of Dresden

The Smart City project MAtchUP is delighted to invite you to a Virtual Study Tour, organised by the local team of our lighthouse city Dresden.

In one hour and a half, you’ll tour around the city to see several solutions implemented in Dresden to improve energy efficiency and sustainable mobility. Our partners will introduce you to the Dresden’s Future House with its resident-centred approach, they’ll show you the innovative MOBIpoint and its multi-mobility services, they’ll tell you more about how they control energy efficiency and manage e-mobility and lots more.

Register now and join the tour on December 3 at 3 pm (CET).
The registration is not mandatory but helps us to organise the session.


15:00 – Welcome: Study Tour Dresden
Ernesto Faubel, MAtchUP Project Coordinator, City of Valencia
Dr. Robert Franke, Head of Economic Development Office, City of Dresden
  – Smart Energy: A Resident Centered Approach in Dresden’s Future House
Georg Hamann,  Business Developer, ENSO Energie Sachsen Ost AG (Municipal energy supplier)
Franz Härting, ENSO Energie Sachsen Ost AG (Municipal energy supplier)

15:25Monitoring and Simulation to Improve Energy Efficiency – The Pilot Building for a Dresden Building Control Center
Torsten Schwan, CTO, EA System Dresden (Energy counceling)

15:45 –  Enabling Multimobility Services – Mobility Hubs in Dresden – MOBI
Matthias Nantke, Project Coordinator Multimobility, DVB (Public transport Dresden)

16:05 – E-mobility for Public Sector: Use of Logger Data for Battery Monitoring and Traffic Management
Richard Kratzing, Group Manager Energy Storage Systems, Fraunhofer Institute for Transportation and Infrastructure Systems IVI (Applied research)

16:25  – Conclusion
Dr. Michael Anz, Smart City Manager, City of Dresden
Ernesto Faubel, MAtchUP Project Coordinator, City of Valencia

3 Dec 2020 from 15:00 to 16:30 (CEST)


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