Traffic determines the design of our cities to a great extent. Cities adapt to traffic, and at the same time settlement structures can either generate or avoid traffic.
Transport continues to be an important consumer of energy. The expected electrification of transport will also be accompanied by a shift in primary energy, which will have to be managed by the energy industry.
Additionally, it can also be assumed that autonomous driving will have a massive impact on our mobility behavior and business models in the transport sector.
KoGeReC considers the development of transport and mobility in the context of urban planning and energy systems. Take a look at the current research projects on this topic. If you are interested, please contact us to initiate future joint research and development work.