Marcus Handte

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Meet NES @ HODcon on September 29th in Bochum

The team members of NES will be presenting some of their work on data collection, integration and analysis during the Hands-On-Data conference and event. Together with colleagues from LocosLab GmbH, the team members will be covering data-related work from a number of projects including the automatic collection of weather data […]

MoWeSta App for iOS

We are happy to announce the general availablity of the MoWeSta app for the iOS platform. Funded as part of the FAIR project and developed by members of the Networked Embedded Systems group, the MoWeSta service enables users to automatically collect temperature and air pressure data by means of a […]

InnaMoRuhr Apps Updated

Over the last two weeks the InnaMoRuhr Apps for Android and iOS have received major updates in preparation of the first tests with external users. With the updated version, users can rate their trips to provide researchers with further insights on the quality and convenience of different mobility options in […]

TALAKO Pilot Inauguration

On Friday, May 20th, the TALAKO Pilot System was officially inaugurated in Cologne. Placed directly in front of the main train station in Cologne, the system enables the wireless charging of up to 6 electric taxi vehicles while they are waiting for passengers to arrive. The charging technology developed by […]

Upcoming Presentation at Wissenschaftsforum Mobilität 2022

We are pleased to announce that the NES group will be able to present its progress on the development of the InnaMoRuhr trip planning application as part of the 14th Research Forum Mobility at the Universität Duisburg-Essen. The presentation will be centered around the integration of public transport networks with […]

MoIn Feasibility Study Concluded

On February 3rd, the members of the project consortium concluded the MoIn feasibility study on building a nationwide mobility index with its final presentation and demonstration. During the project, the members of the consortium analyzed the data availability and quality for different possible index criteria and further developed the initial […]

TALAKO Integration Started

On January 19th, members of the Networked Embedded Systems group at the Universität Duisburg-Essen and employees of INTIS, the developer of the inductive charging system used in the TALAKO project, started the integration tests for the upcoming deployment of an inductive charging system for taxis in Cologne. As part of […]

InnaMoRuhr Apps Available

At the beginning of January, the members of the Networked Embedded Systems group have published the mobile app for InnaMoRuhr that they have developed over the last months. The app is freely available for mobile phones running the Android or iOS operating system via Google Play and the Apple App […]

Talako on Television

N-TV has produced a short summary of the Talako project. The video features the protoype deployment at Taxi Stephany in Mülheim. Appart from describing the inductive charging technology developed by INTIS, the video also features the positioning system and mobile driver guidance application developed by NES. The video is currently […]

FAIR Experiments at EISZEIT Karlsruhe

As part of the FAIR project, NES is developing software to capture environmental measurements such as temperature and air pressure using mobile phones. In close cooperation with the FAIR project partner KME, NES has deployed a number of sensors in the city center of Karlsruhe that will be used to […]