The Smart City Energy Platform supports cities to develop new strategies and opportunities for sustainable energy transitions. Smart City Energy enables cities to explore potentials for renewable energy, energy savings, green roofs, and identifies risks regarding urban heat islands and energy poverty.
The TIGER project will strongly contribute to the COVID-19 TaskForce’s WPs 06, 07 and 13 with a replicable, reproducible and scalable probabilistic approach, implemented into an interoperable geospatial web platform which can be reused by, linked to or integrated into current and future initiatives on infectuous disease spread and control. We propose an interoperable geospatial disease response system, built upon the existing iGuess® software technology platform developed at LIST.
The LIS-L project was funded by ESA and has the objective to develop and test a land information and land monitoring system for the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, which gives access to summary land use and land cover statistics for different aggregated grid resolutions and/or reporting units, such as municipalities or districts.
In the Mosel valley in Luxembourg, high quality wines are produced and wine production is of outstanding local economic importance. Esca is a trunk disease, which is not new, but its recent spreading is devastating. Esca is one of the most impacting diseases in viticulture and still poorly understood. Management strategies are missing. A web based visualisation platform is developed to allow the winegrower to observe the disease patterns in his vineyards and get some recommendations on management strategies.
Smart City Logistics is a decision support platform for urban logistics for European cities. Smart City Logistics provides decision makers with a wide range of easy to understand information to support the development of urban freight transportation plans.
ESTIMUM aims to develop an integrated spatially-explicit operational instrument for simulating the value change (both monetary and physical) of ecosystem services over time at multiple urban scales, which run different scenarios of urban metabolism and implementation of nature-based solutions in cities.
The goal is to foster and safeguard the economic sustainability of viticultural sector in the Appellation d’origine protégée – Moselle Luxembourgeoise under changing climatic conditions by developing targeted viticultural yield and quality management strategies to differentiate wine styles in the Appellation d'origine protégée (AOP) - Moselle Luxembourgeoise. To support these goals a platform has been developed with models and tools to simulate and visualise grape phenology, maturity and yield.