In cooperation with Vienna and Lyon, the City of Munich was chosen in 2015 to host the European Smarter Together project. Since then, all three cities have been working together on intelligent solutions for the smart city of tomorrow: Energy system refurbishment in housing complexes, mobility stations, neighbourhood sharing boxes and smart lamp posts are only a few of the sustainable measures on which Munich's local government is collaborating with local residents and partners from industry, and research to transform the Neuaubing-Westkreuz/Freiham project area into a smart urban district that is fit for the future. The model measures we have developed for Smarter Together set an example for other urban districts and cities throughout Europe.
The glossy brochure aims to document the activities and achievements of the City of Munich and its partners within and thanks to the SMARTER TOGETHER project as of a January 2019.
The structure of the brochure is as follows: After a brief preface of the mayor of the City of Munich, there is an introduction of the SMARTER TOGETHER projects which gives information about the common goals, the partner cities, the local partners as well as the Munich project area.
The main part is focusing on the activities and achievements in Munich after three years of implementation and is divided into the sections: Citizen and Stakeholder Engagement, Mobility, Energy and Technology.
The document concludes with an outlook on the next activities on monitoring, evaluation and replication.
This report reflects only the author’s view, neither the European Commission nor INEA is responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.