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Since 2015 Isabella Geis is a project manager at the Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics, Centre for Logistics and Mobility in Frankfurt am Main. She is responsible for the mobility research area. Beforehand, she worked as a researcher at the Chair for Mobility, Trade and Logistics at Zeppelin University, Germany, and as a free-lance project manager at the Institute for Economic Research and Consulting. She has been studying Economics (B.Sc.) at the University of Bamberg and Corporate Management & Economics (M.A.) at the Zeppelin University.
Fraunhofer Mobility Infusion: New Mobility - Where we are and where we are heading to
New mobility is connected and marked by digital applications. This significantly changes our current mobility and shapes the mobility behavior of future generations. Against this background, the question arises to what extent mobility behavior has already changed in the past, which trends can be derived and how municipalities, mobility service providers and research and development are affected.
Fraunhofer Mobility Infusion: It's all about data - On the way to a Mobility Data Space
The Mobility Data Space offers data providers sovereignty over their traffic and mobility data as well as security along the processing and value chain. This makes it possible to utilize sensitive mobility data for the first time. In this session, experts discuss the role and potential applications of data for mobility services. New technological approaches are shown and challenges for applicants and providers are discussed.
Fraunhofer Mobility Infusion: Big Data, Smart Mobility and Sharing Economy - How smart is smart enough?
The session interprets current trends and discuss how they can affect future lifestyles and mobility decisions. Keynote presentations highlight the state of consumer and behavioural research as well as strategies and responses of the transport industry. It discusses aspects such as consumer decision-making processes, Nudging, drivers and obstacles to the choice of modes of transport, user-based information and services, and smart regions.