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W. Loibl, S. Vielguth, J. Peters-Anders, S. Möller, D. Walangitang, J. Brinkman, I. Wenzler, A. Cramwinckel, M. Fumarola:
"The TRANSFORM DSE - an interactive decision support environment for serving smart city strategy- development and local measure implementation.";
in: "PLAN IT SMART CLEVER SOLUTIONS FOR SMART CITIES; 19. internationale Konferenz zu Stadtplanung und Regionalentwicklung in der Informationsgesellschaft GeoMultimedia 2014", herausgegeben von: CORP-Kompetenzzentrum für Stadtplanung und Regionalentwicklung; Eigenverlag des Vereins CORP, Lechergasse 4, 2320 Schwechat, AT, 2014, ISBN: 978-3-9503110-7-5, Paper-Nr. pp 711-720, 10 S.



Kurzfassung:
The contribution deals with the decision support tool developed within the EU FP7 TRANSFORM project, a
collaboration of varoiuous partners including 6 cities (Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Genova, Hamburg, Lyon
and Vienna) aiming to achieve a significant progress in the transformation towards Smart Cities. The project
rests on three main pillars: the development of a Transformation Agenda, designing a Decision Support
Environment (DSE) and developing local measure implementation plans. The DSE is carried out by the AIT
- Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH and Accenture B.V. supported by Macomi B.V. as sub-contractor
of Accenture.
The TRANSFORM DSE tool addresses several features: an "easy to use" interactive scenario developmentand
result mapping, allowing selection, virtual allocation of measures and finally assessing the local and citywide
effects of the measures regarding impacts on urban environment - due to energy use and greenhouse
gas emissions, and on the economy - through implementation costs and effects on the cities´ employment
and income.
The paper gives an introduction on the topic, describes the process to gather user requirements, decribes the
tool design regarding data base, graphical user interface and measure editor and depicts some results through
screen shots. Conclusoins will be made rearding the user requirement gathering process, the tool functiality
requirments and an outlook discusses steps to improve the toll and extend the functionality.


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