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IKO supports our cycling survey

IKO, a regional specialist for mountaineering and cycling, supports our research project by sponsoring an attractive prize for an extensive cycling survey, which is going to be launched during the biggest cycling event in Salzburg. Visitors of the Salzburger Radfrühling are invited to participate in the survey on May 3rd and 4th. Additionally, the survey [...]

By |2020-05-26T20:27:19+02:00April 11th, 2019|Bicycle Observatory Blog|0 Comments

Third workshop on types of lifestyle and cycling

The third workshop in a series of focus groups took place in Parsch, a neighbourhood in the city of Salzburg, on Februrary 21st. This time, we worked together with the local citizen associationen ("Stadtteilverein Parsch"). The workshop was organized and held by Günther Innerebner and colleagues from Helios Bolzano. After a short introduction to [...]

By |2020-05-26T20:27:19+02:00February 22nd, 2019|Bicycle Observatory Blog|0 Comments

Having the finger on the pulse of cycling

After multiple inputs from the workshop in Wals-Siezenheim, we moved to the city of Salzburg for another citizen workshop on cycling. The lively workshop took place at the neighborhood service center Lehen. Bernhard Zagel from Z_GIS and Günther Innerebner from Helios challenged the participants to take different perspectives on cycling. Depending on various pre-defined [...]

By |2020-05-26T20:27:19+02:00January 25th, 2019|Bicycle Observatory Blog|1 Comment

Workshop Wals-Siezenheim

In touch with cyclists - Creative Workshop in Wals-Siezenheim On Thursday, January 10th, Günther Innerebner and Patrick Kofler from Helios moderated the first of a series of workshops. The aim of these events is to identify and characterize types of cyclists in a new way. The municipality of Wals-Siezenheim and the city of Salzburg serve [...]

By |2020-05-26T20:27:20+02:00January 11th, 2019|Bicycle Observatory Blog|2 Comments

European Cycling Summit 2018

At the end of September, the European Cycling Summit 2018 took place under the general motto "Cycling Culture Moves" in Salzburg. All project partners were actively involved in the summit's program and contributed to a very lively, successful event. Z_GIS was not only responsible for the entire organization and the conference program, but also presented the [...]

By |2020-05-26T20:27:20+02:00October 23rd, 2018|Bicycle Observatory Blog|0 Comments

Networking Event

The Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT) invited research project consortia of the latest call on June 21st. Representatives of all research projects, funded in the 9th call of the program "Mobility of the Future” gathered in Vienna for an inspiring networking event. The goal of this workshop was to present recently kicked-off [...]

By |2020-05-26T20:27:20+02:00June 21st, 2018|Bicycle Observatory Blog|0 Comments

Project Kick-Off

Today, our project got finally started. All consortium members gathered in Salzburg to kick off the research project Bicycle Observatory. Of course, plenty of administrative and organizational questions had to be answered, but the even more important aspect was to get to know each other. Although our domain backgrounds are very diverse, the fascination for [...]

By |2020-05-26T20:38:03+02:00May 9th, 2018|Bicycle Observatory Blog|0 Comments

GISMO project at TRA conference

Invited by the Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT), the  GISMO project is featured at the biannual Transport Research Arena (TRA) in Vienna. Views and elements of the information platform. As part of the TRA exhibition, the Interactive Zone invites visitors and delegates to interactively experience mobility research. The participation in [...]

By |2020-05-26T17:41:06+02:00April 18th, 2018|GI Mobility Lab Blog|0 Comments

FamoS project: Bicycle models as a planning tool for reorganization of the transport infrastructure

Cities are known as complex, densely populated environments with transport infrastructure playing a substantial role. Accompanying a new wave of shifting people’s travel behavior to healthy mobility, improved cycling transportation may positively alter the comfort of travelers. A model of traffic flow can help city planners to delineate spots where road rearrangement is required. [...]

By |2020-05-27T13:09:51+02:00November 10th, 2017|GI Mobility Lab Blog|0 Comments
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