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Run-TimeMarch/2019 - February/2022
Homepage Interreg Central Europe
Project management
  • Roland Willmann
  • Project staff
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Andrea Ottacher
  • Katja Steinhauser
  • Monika Decleva
  • Dominic Blandine Zettel
  • Sophia Millonigg
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammInterreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programm
  • Central Europe (CE) has a high potential of transnational cooperation opportunities to promote bottom-up
    implementation of RIS3 strategies, but many remain unexploited. S3HubsinCE unleashes this potential, by generating
    a transnational support structure in 10 CE areas, based on connected Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH), creating stronger
    links between RIS3 stakeholders & promoting strategic cooperation between triple-helix & quadruple-helix
    institutions in key CE-relevant Technology Priority Areas (TPAs) (i.e. advanced manufacturing & materials, ICT,
    nanotech, biotech & medical devices). The transnational structure develops by (1) creating & connecting the CERIS3
    Navigation Crews (OT1.1) & applying a common Digital Integration Toolkit (OT1.2); (2) linking existing & building DIHs
    (a stable sustainable structure for CERIS3 cooperation) in CE/EU (OT2.2) with an aligned transnational Strategy &
    Action Plan for CERIS3 Excellence (OT2.2) of 60 pilot actions; (3) fostering the Foundation for Future Foresight (OT3.1),
    implementing CE’s first RIS3 Investment Forum (OT3.2) & developing the Policy & Technology Blueprints (OT3.3). The
    approach focuses on setting a future-robust, long-term oriented, strategic framework to enable policy makers &
    stakeholders to concretely improve & optimise CE RIS3 to gain more benefit out of regional & national S3. The PPs,
    ASPs, key target groups (TGs - SMEs, multi-level Authorities, RTD, etc.) benefit from the outputs & approach, as it goes
    beyond current practices in participating regions & chosen TPAs, creating a novel method to design, manage &
    introduce innovation in the frame of RIS3, through the DIH structure, while assuring value for money & promoting
    closer to market actions. A transnational setting is critical to gain more & improved results; long-term relations among
    regions, policy makers, stakeholders, TGs & well-structured practicable working structures/processes are needed to
    meet CE/EU goals on strengthening R&I development.

    • Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programm (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeApril/2019 - May/2020
    Project management
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Project staff
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Monika Decleva
  • ForschungsschwerpunktKMU-Forschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammKWF _ LEP III
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Trigon Entwicklungsberatung Marktwirksame Unternehmensentwicklung GmbH
  • Mit der Digitalisierung eröffnen sich neue Möglichkeiten unter anderem in den Bereichen der Kooperationen, Prozesse, Produkte, Organisation, Geschäftsmodelle und Technologien. Um die Wettbewerbsfähigkeit zu erhalten, sollen die Unternehmen in diesen Feldern auf ihren Status sowie Potenziale analysiert werden und in Folge ein Programm entwickelt werden, dass sie bei der Umsetzung und Weiterentwicklung unterstützt.

    Hauptziel ist es, Unternehmen aus dem Bauwesen im Bereich der Digitalisierung zu professionalisieren.

    • Trigon Entwicklungsberatung Marktwirksame Unternehmensentwicklung GmbH (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeNovember/2017 - February/2021
    Project management
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Project staff
  • Michael Roth
  • Monika Decleva
  • Josef Tuppinger
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Petra Hössl
  • Michael Schnabl
  • Katja Steinhauser
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammHorizon 2020-GV-2017, Green Vehicles
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • Movement is at the heart of any city. Urban mobility faces significant challenges from two global megatrends: growingurbanisation and ageing population. Light electric vehicles (EL-Vs) could represent a viable solution to traffic congestion andpollution in cities. However, their successful integration into the urban transport system requires a clear understanding of theindividual consumer needs.By involving human science and transportation specialists, the STEVE partners have developed a framework to interpretthese forces. Focus will be on mature cities of medium size (Torino: 800.000 inhabitants, Villach 60.000, Calvià 60.000,Venaria 35.000), where STEVE will generate data to support the design of next generation EL Vs, and provoke the mindshiftnecessary for swift market penetration of them.The primary idea of STEVE is to implement and test a human-centric approach to electro-Mobility-as-a-Service (eMaaS),according to the “Move2Me” vision of the consortium. This will provide low-cost and financially sustainable EL V solutionsand “gamified” services, to enhance users’ awareness, engagement and vehicle energy efficiency.A core item of STEVE is a low-cost electric quadricycle developed by a worldwide OEM in Turin, with start-of-productionexpected in 2018 at a market price of €8000. The quadricycle will integrate high-technology contents with respect to thecurrent competitors, and will be pilot-tested, together with many other EL-Vs, during extensive demonstration phases in thefour STEVE citiesSTEVE will guarantee a strong impact in terms of business development and jobs, and enhance the Europeancompetitiveness in the eMaaS sector while also leveraging Manufacturing.The consortium will also give a primary role to SMEs: while large enterprises will provide the underlying technologies, theservices will be mainly designed and operated by SMEs, deeply involved in the local supply chains and adaptable to thespecific customers’ needs.

    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeNovember/2017 - March/2019
    Project management
  • Roland Willmann
  • Project staff
  • Monika Decleva
  • Wolfgang Eixelsberger
  • Alexander Schwarz-Musch
  • Josef Tuppinger
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Andrea Ottacher
  • ForschungsschwerpunktProduktionswirtschaft
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammFGmbH Angebot FG077/17
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Trigon Entwicklungsberatung Marktwirksame Unternehmensentwicklung GmbH
  • Mit der Digitalisierung eröffnen sich neue Möglichkeiten unter anderem in den Bereichen der Kooperationen, Prozesse, Produkte, Organisation, Geschäftsmodelle und Technologien. Um die Wettbewerbsfähigkeit zu erhalten, sollen die Zulieferbetriebe in diesen Feldern auf ihren Status sowie Potenziale analysiert werden und in Folge ein Programm entwickelt werden, dass sie bei der Umsetzung und Weiterentwicklung unterstützt.

    • Trigon Entwicklungsberatung Marktwirksame Unternehmensentwicklung GmbH (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeMarch/2019 - February/2022
    Homepage Interreg Central Europe
    Project management
  • Roland Willmann
  • Project staff
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Andrea Ottacher
  • Katja Steinhauser
  • Monika Decleva
  • Dominic Blandine Zettel
  • Sophia Millonigg
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammInterreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programm
  • Central Europe (CE) has a high potential of transnational cooperation opportunities to promote bottom-up
    implementation of RIS3 strategies, but many remain unexploited. S3HubsinCE unleashes this potential, by generating
    a transnational support structure in 10 CE areas, based on connected Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH), creating stronger
    links between RIS3 stakeholders & promoting strategic cooperation between triple-helix & quadruple-helix
    institutions in key CE-relevant Technology Priority Areas (TPAs) (i.e. advanced manufacturing & materials, ICT,
    nanotech, biotech & medical devices). The transnational structure develops by (1) creating & connecting the CERIS3
    Navigation Crews (OT1.1) & applying a common Digital Integration Toolkit (OT1.2); (2) linking existing & building DIHs
    (a stable sustainable structure for CERIS3 cooperation) in CE/EU (OT2.2) with an aligned transnational Strategy &
    Action Plan for CERIS3 Excellence (OT2.2) of 60 pilot actions; (3) fostering the Foundation for Future Foresight (OT3.1),
    implementing CE’s first RIS3 Investment Forum (OT3.2) & developing the Policy & Technology Blueprints (OT3.3). The
    approach focuses on setting a future-robust, long-term oriented, strategic framework to enable policy makers &
    stakeholders to concretely improve & optimise CE RIS3 to gain more benefit out of regional & national S3. The PPs,
    ASPs, key target groups (TGs - SMEs, multi-level Authorities, RTD, etc.) benefit from the outputs & approach, as it goes
    beyond current practices in participating regions & chosen TPAs, creating a novel method to design, manage &
    introduce innovation in the frame of RIS3, through the DIH structure, while assuring value for money & promoting
    closer to market actions. A transnational setting is critical to gain more & improved results; long-term relations among
    regions, policy makers, stakeholders, TGs & well-structured practicable working structures/processes are needed to
    meet CE/EU goals on strengthening R&I development.

    • Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programm (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeNovember/2017 - February/2021
    Project management
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Project staff
  • Michael Roth
  • Monika Decleva
  • Josef Tuppinger
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Petra Hössl
  • Michael Schnabl
  • Katja Steinhauser
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammHorizon 2020-GV-2017, Green Vehicles
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • Movement is at the heart of any city. Urban mobility faces significant challenges from two global megatrends: growingurbanisation and ageing population. Light electric vehicles (EL-Vs) could represent a viable solution to traffic congestion andpollution in cities. However, their successful integration into the urban transport system requires a clear understanding of theindividual consumer needs.By involving human science and transportation specialists, the STEVE partners have developed a framework to interpretthese forces. Focus will be on mature cities of medium size (Torino: 800.000 inhabitants, Villach 60.000, Calvià 60.000,Venaria 35.000), where STEVE will generate data to support the design of next generation EL Vs, and provoke the mindshiftnecessary for swift market penetration of them.The primary idea of STEVE is to implement and test a human-centric approach to electro-Mobility-as-a-Service (eMaaS),according to the “Move2Me” vision of the consortium. This will provide low-cost and financially sustainable EL V solutionsand “gamified” services, to enhance users’ awareness, engagement and vehicle energy efficiency.A core item of STEVE is a low-cost electric quadricycle developed by a worldwide OEM in Turin, with start-of-productionexpected in 2018 at a market price of €8000. The quadricycle will integrate high-technology contents with respect to thecurrent competitors, and will be pilot-tested, together with many other EL-Vs, during extensive demonstration phases in thefour STEVE citiesSTEVE will guarantee a strong impact in terms of business development and jobs, and enhance the Europeancompetitiveness in the eMaaS sector while also leveraging Manufacturing.The consortium will also give a primary role to SMEs: while large enterprises will provide the underlying technologies, theservices will be mainly designed and operated by SMEs, deeply involved in the local supply chains and adaptable to thespecific customers’ needs.

    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeMarch/2019 - February/2022
    Homepage Interreg Central Europe
    Project management
  • Roland Willmann
  • Project staff
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Andrea Ottacher
  • Katja Steinhauser
  • Monika Decleva
  • Dominic Blandine Zettel
  • Sophia Millonigg
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammInterreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programm
  • Central Europe (CE) has a high potential of transnational cooperation opportunities to promote bottom-up
    implementation of RIS3 strategies, but many remain unexploited. S3HubsinCE unleashes this potential, by generating
    a transnational support structure in 10 CE areas, based on connected Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH), creating stronger
    links between RIS3 stakeholders & promoting strategic cooperation between triple-helix & quadruple-helix
    institutions in key CE-relevant Technology Priority Areas (TPAs) (i.e. advanced manufacturing & materials, ICT,
    nanotech, biotech & medical devices). The transnational structure develops by (1) creating & connecting the CERIS3
    Navigation Crews (OT1.1) & applying a common Digital Integration Toolkit (OT1.2); (2) linking existing & building DIHs
    (a stable sustainable structure for CERIS3 cooperation) in CE/EU (OT2.2) with an aligned transnational Strategy &
    Action Plan for CERIS3 Excellence (OT2.2) of 60 pilot actions; (3) fostering the Foundation for Future Foresight (OT3.1),
    implementing CE’s first RIS3 Investment Forum (OT3.2) & developing the Policy & Technology Blueprints (OT3.3). The
    approach focuses on setting a future-robust, long-term oriented, strategic framework to enable policy makers &
    stakeholders to concretely improve & optimise CE RIS3 to gain more benefit out of regional & national S3. The PPs,
    ASPs, key target groups (TGs - SMEs, multi-level Authorities, RTD, etc.) benefit from the outputs & approach, as it goes
    beyond current practices in participating regions & chosen TPAs, creating a novel method to design, manage &
    introduce innovation in the frame of RIS3, through the DIH structure, while assuring value for money & promoting
    closer to market actions. A transnational setting is critical to gain more & improved results; long-term relations among
    regions, policy makers, stakeholders, TGs & well-structured practicable working structures/processes are needed to
    meet CE/EU goals on strengthening R&I development.

    • Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programm (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeNovember/2017 - February/2021
    Project management
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Project staff
  • Michael Roth
  • Monika Decleva
  • Josef Tuppinger
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Petra Hössl
  • Michael Schnabl
  • Katja Steinhauser
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammHorizon 2020-GV-2017, Green Vehicles
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • Movement is at the heart of any city. Urban mobility faces significant challenges from two global megatrends: growingurbanisation and ageing population. Light electric vehicles (EL-Vs) could represent a viable solution to traffic congestion andpollution in cities. However, their successful integration into the urban transport system requires a clear understanding of theindividual consumer needs.By involving human science and transportation specialists, the STEVE partners have developed a framework to interpretthese forces. Focus will be on mature cities of medium size (Torino: 800.000 inhabitants, Villach 60.000, Calvià 60.000,Venaria 35.000), where STEVE will generate data to support the design of next generation EL Vs, and provoke the mindshiftnecessary for swift market penetration of them.The primary idea of STEVE is to implement and test a human-centric approach to electro-Mobility-as-a-Service (eMaaS),according to the “Move2Me” vision of the consortium. This will provide low-cost and financially sustainable EL V solutionsand “gamified” services, to enhance users’ awareness, engagement and vehicle energy efficiency.A core item of STEVE is a low-cost electric quadricycle developed by a worldwide OEM in Turin, with start-of-productionexpected in 2018 at a market price of €8000. The quadricycle will integrate high-technology contents with respect to thecurrent competitors, and will be pilot-tested, together with many other EL-Vs, during extensive demonstration phases in thefour STEVE citiesSTEVE will guarantee a strong impact in terms of business development and jobs, and enhance the Europeancompetitiveness in the eMaaS sector while also leveraging Manufacturing.The consortium will also give a primary role to SMEs: while large enterprises will provide the underlying technologies, theservices will be mainly designed and operated by SMEs, deeply involved in the local supply chains and adaptable to thespecific customers’ needs.

    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeApril/2019 - May/2020
    Project management
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Project staff
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Monika Decleva
  • ForschungsschwerpunktKMU-Forschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammKWF _ LEP III
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Trigon Entwicklungsberatung Marktwirksame Unternehmensentwicklung GmbH
  • Mit der Digitalisierung eröffnen sich neue Möglichkeiten unter anderem in den Bereichen der Kooperationen, Prozesse, Produkte, Organisation, Geschäftsmodelle und Technologien. Um die Wettbewerbsfähigkeit zu erhalten, sollen die Unternehmen in diesen Feldern auf ihren Status sowie Potenziale analysiert werden und in Folge ein Programm entwickelt werden, dass sie bei der Umsetzung und Weiterentwicklung unterstützt.

    Hauptziel ist es, Unternehmen aus dem Bauwesen im Bereich der Digitalisierung zu professionalisieren.

    • Trigon Entwicklungsberatung Marktwirksame Unternehmensentwicklung GmbH (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeMarch/2019 - February/2022
    Homepage Interreg Central Europe
    Project management
  • Roland Willmann
  • Project staff
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Andrea Ottacher
  • Katja Steinhauser
  • Monika Decleva
  • Dominic Blandine Zettel
  • Sophia Millonigg
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammInterreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programm
  • Central Europe (CE) has a high potential of transnational cooperation opportunities to promote bottom-up
    implementation of RIS3 strategies, but many remain unexploited. S3HubsinCE unleashes this potential, by generating
    a transnational support structure in 10 CE areas, based on connected Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH), creating stronger
    links between RIS3 stakeholders & promoting strategic cooperation between triple-helix & quadruple-helix
    institutions in key CE-relevant Technology Priority Areas (TPAs) (i.e. advanced manufacturing & materials, ICT,
    nanotech, biotech & medical devices). The transnational structure develops by (1) creating & connecting the CERIS3
    Navigation Crews (OT1.1) & applying a common Digital Integration Toolkit (OT1.2); (2) linking existing & building DIHs
    (a stable sustainable structure for CERIS3 cooperation) in CE/EU (OT2.2) with an aligned transnational Strategy &
    Action Plan for CERIS3 Excellence (OT2.2) of 60 pilot actions; (3) fostering the Foundation for Future Foresight (OT3.1),
    implementing CE’s first RIS3 Investment Forum (OT3.2) & developing the Policy & Technology Blueprints (OT3.3). The
    approach focuses on setting a future-robust, long-term oriented, strategic framework to enable policy makers &
    stakeholders to concretely improve & optimise CE RIS3 to gain more benefit out of regional & national S3. The PPs,
    ASPs, key target groups (TGs - SMEs, multi-level Authorities, RTD, etc.) benefit from the outputs & approach, as it goes
    beyond current practices in participating regions & chosen TPAs, creating a novel method to design, manage &
    introduce innovation in the frame of RIS3, through the DIH structure, while assuring value for money & promoting
    closer to market actions. A transnational setting is critical to gain more & improved results; long-term relations among
    regions, policy makers, stakeholders, TGs & well-structured practicable working structures/processes are needed to
    meet CE/EU goals on strengthening R&I development.

    • Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programm (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeNovember/2017 - March/2019
    Project management
  • Roland Willmann
  • Project staff
  • Monika Decleva
  • Wolfgang Eixelsberger
  • Alexander Schwarz-Musch
  • Josef Tuppinger
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Andrea Ottacher
  • ForschungsschwerpunktProduktionswirtschaft
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammFGmbH Angebot FG077/17
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Trigon Entwicklungsberatung Marktwirksame Unternehmensentwicklung GmbH
  • Mit der Digitalisierung eröffnen sich neue Möglichkeiten unter anderem in den Bereichen der Kooperationen, Prozesse, Produkte, Organisation, Geschäftsmodelle und Technologien. Um die Wettbewerbsfähigkeit zu erhalten, sollen die Zulieferbetriebe in diesen Feldern auf ihren Status sowie Potenziale analysiert werden und in Folge ein Programm entwickelt werden, dass sie bei der Umsetzung und Weiterentwicklung unterstützt.

    • Trigon Entwicklungsberatung Marktwirksame Unternehmensentwicklung GmbH (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeNovember/2017 - February/2021
    Project management
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Project staff
  • Michael Roth
  • Monika Decleva
  • Josef Tuppinger
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Petra Hössl
  • Michael Schnabl
  • Katja Steinhauser
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammHorizon 2020-GV-2017, Green Vehicles
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • Movement is at the heart of any city. Urban mobility faces significant challenges from two global megatrends: growingurbanisation and ageing population. Light electric vehicles (EL-Vs) could represent a viable solution to traffic congestion andpollution in cities. However, their successful integration into the urban transport system requires a clear understanding of theindividual consumer needs.By involving human science and transportation specialists, the STEVE partners have developed a framework to interpretthese forces. Focus will be on mature cities of medium size (Torino: 800.000 inhabitants, Villach 60.000, Calvià 60.000,Venaria 35.000), where STEVE will generate data to support the design of next generation EL Vs, and provoke the mindshiftnecessary for swift market penetration of them.The primary idea of STEVE is to implement and test a human-centric approach to electro-Mobility-as-a-Service (eMaaS),according to the “Move2Me” vision of the consortium. This will provide low-cost and financially sustainable EL V solutionsand “gamified” services, to enhance users’ awareness, engagement and vehicle energy efficiency.A core item of STEVE is a low-cost electric quadricycle developed by a worldwide OEM in Turin, with start-of-productionexpected in 2018 at a market price of €8000. The quadricycle will integrate high-technology contents with respect to thecurrent competitors, and will be pilot-tested, together with many other EL-Vs, during extensive demonstration phases in thefour STEVE citiesSTEVE will guarantee a strong impact in terms of business development and jobs, and enhance the Europeancompetitiveness in the eMaaS sector while also leveraging Manufacturing.The consortium will also give a primary role to SMEs: while large enterprises will provide the underlying technologies, theservices will be mainly designed and operated by SMEs, deeply involved in the local supply chains and adaptable to thespecific customers’ needs.

    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeApril/2019 - May/2020
    Project management
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Project staff
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Monika Decleva
  • ForschungsschwerpunktKMU-Forschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammKWF _ LEP III
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Trigon Entwicklungsberatung Marktwirksame Unternehmensentwicklung GmbH
  • Mit der Digitalisierung eröffnen sich neue Möglichkeiten unter anderem in den Bereichen der Kooperationen, Prozesse, Produkte, Organisation, Geschäftsmodelle und Technologien. Um die Wettbewerbsfähigkeit zu erhalten, sollen die Unternehmen in diesen Feldern auf ihren Status sowie Potenziale analysiert werden und in Folge ein Programm entwickelt werden, dass sie bei der Umsetzung und Weiterentwicklung unterstützt.

    Hauptziel ist es, Unternehmen aus dem Bauwesen im Bereich der Digitalisierung zu professionalisieren.

    • Trigon Entwicklungsberatung Marktwirksame Unternehmensentwicklung GmbH (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeMarch/2019 - February/2022
    Homepage Interreg Central Europe
    Project management
  • Roland Willmann
  • Project staff
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Andrea Ottacher
  • Katja Steinhauser
  • Monika Decleva
  • Dominic Blandine Zettel
  • Sophia Millonigg
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammInterreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programm
  • Central Europe (CE) has a high potential of transnational cooperation opportunities to promote bottom-up
    implementation of RIS3 strategies, but many remain unexploited. S3HubsinCE unleashes this potential, by generating
    a transnational support structure in 10 CE areas, based on connected Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH), creating stronger
    links between RIS3 stakeholders & promoting strategic cooperation between triple-helix & quadruple-helix
    institutions in key CE-relevant Technology Priority Areas (TPAs) (i.e. advanced manufacturing & materials, ICT,
    nanotech, biotech & medical devices). The transnational structure develops by (1) creating & connecting the CERIS3
    Navigation Crews (OT1.1) & applying a common Digital Integration Toolkit (OT1.2); (2) linking existing & building DIHs
    (a stable sustainable structure for CERIS3 cooperation) in CE/EU (OT2.2) with an aligned transnational Strategy &
    Action Plan for CERIS3 Excellence (OT2.2) of 60 pilot actions; (3) fostering the Foundation for Future Foresight (OT3.1),
    implementing CE’s first RIS3 Investment Forum (OT3.2) & developing the Policy & Technology Blueprints (OT3.3). The
    approach focuses on setting a future-robust, long-term oriented, strategic framework to enable policy makers &
    stakeholders to concretely improve & optimise CE RIS3 to gain more benefit out of regional & national S3. The PPs,
    ASPs, key target groups (TGs - SMEs, multi-level Authorities, RTD, etc.) benefit from the outputs & approach, as it goes
    beyond current practices in participating regions & chosen TPAs, creating a novel method to design, manage &
    introduce innovation in the frame of RIS3, through the DIH structure, while assuring value for money & promoting
    closer to market actions. A transnational setting is critical to gain more & improved results; long-term relations among
    regions, policy makers, stakeholders, TGs & well-structured practicable working structures/processes are needed to
    meet CE/EU goals on strengthening R&I development.

    • Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programm (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeNovember/2017 - March/2019
    Project management
  • Roland Willmann
  • Project staff
  • Monika Decleva
  • Wolfgang Eixelsberger
  • Alexander Schwarz-Musch
  • Josef Tuppinger
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Andrea Ottacher
  • ForschungsschwerpunktProduktionswirtschaft
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammFGmbH Angebot FG077/17
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Trigon Entwicklungsberatung Marktwirksame Unternehmensentwicklung GmbH
  • Mit der Digitalisierung eröffnen sich neue Möglichkeiten unter anderem in den Bereichen der Kooperationen, Prozesse, Produkte, Organisation, Geschäftsmodelle und Technologien. Um die Wettbewerbsfähigkeit zu erhalten, sollen die Zulieferbetriebe in diesen Feldern auf ihren Status sowie Potenziale analysiert werden und in Folge ein Programm entwickelt werden, dass sie bei der Umsetzung und Weiterentwicklung unterstützt.

    • Trigon Entwicklungsberatung Marktwirksame Unternehmensentwicklung GmbH (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeNovember/2017 - February/2021
    Project management
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Project staff
  • Michael Roth
  • Monika Decleva
  • Josef Tuppinger
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Petra Hössl
  • Michael Schnabl
  • Katja Steinhauser
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammHorizon 2020-GV-2017, Green Vehicles
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • Movement is at the heart of any city. Urban mobility faces significant challenges from two global megatrends: growingurbanisation and ageing population. Light electric vehicles (EL-Vs) could represent a viable solution to traffic congestion andpollution in cities. However, their successful integration into the urban transport system requires a clear understanding of theindividual consumer needs.By involving human science and transportation specialists, the STEVE partners have developed a framework to interpretthese forces. Focus will be on mature cities of medium size (Torino: 800.000 inhabitants, Villach 60.000, Calvià 60.000,Venaria 35.000), where STEVE will generate data to support the design of next generation EL Vs, and provoke the mindshiftnecessary for swift market penetration of them.The primary idea of STEVE is to implement and test a human-centric approach to electro-Mobility-as-a-Service (eMaaS),according to the “Move2Me” vision of the consortium. This will provide low-cost and financially sustainable EL V solutionsand “gamified” services, to enhance users’ awareness, engagement and vehicle energy efficiency.A core item of STEVE is a low-cost electric quadricycle developed by a worldwide OEM in Turin, with start-of-productionexpected in 2018 at a market price of €8000. The quadricycle will integrate high-technology contents with respect to thecurrent competitors, and will be pilot-tested, together with many other EL-Vs, during extensive demonstration phases in thefour STEVE citiesSTEVE will guarantee a strong impact in terms of business development and jobs, and enhance the Europeancompetitiveness in the eMaaS sector while also leveraging Manufacturing.The consortium will also give a primary role to SMEs: while large enterprises will provide the underlying technologies, theservices will be mainly designed and operated by SMEs, deeply involved in the local supply chains and adaptable to thespecific customers’ needs.

    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeNovember/2017 - March/2019
    Project management
  • Roland Willmann
  • Project staff
  • Monika Decleva
  • Wolfgang Eixelsberger
  • Alexander Schwarz-Musch
  • Josef Tuppinger
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Andrea Ottacher
  • ForschungsschwerpunktProduktionswirtschaft
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammFGmbH Angebot FG077/17
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Trigon Entwicklungsberatung Marktwirksame Unternehmensentwicklung GmbH
  • Mit der Digitalisierung eröffnen sich neue Möglichkeiten unter anderem in den Bereichen der Kooperationen, Prozesse, Produkte, Organisation, Geschäftsmodelle und Technologien. Um die Wettbewerbsfähigkeit zu erhalten, sollen die Zulieferbetriebe in diesen Feldern auf ihren Status sowie Potenziale analysiert werden und in Folge ein Programm entwickelt werden, dass sie bei der Umsetzung und Weiterentwicklung unterstützt.

    • Trigon Entwicklungsberatung Marktwirksame Unternehmensentwicklung GmbH (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeNovember/2017 - February/2021
    Project management
  • Erich Alois Hartlieb
  • Project staff
  • Michael Roth
  • Monika Decleva
  • Josef Tuppinger
  • Jörg Kastelic
  • Petra Hössl
  • Michael Schnabl
  • Katja Steinhauser
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
  • ForschungsprogrammHorizon 2020-GV-2017, Green Vehicles
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • Movement is at the heart of any city. Urban mobility faces significant challenges from two global megatrends: growingurbanisation and ageing population. Light electric vehicles (EL-Vs) could represent a viable solution to traffic congestion andpollution in cities. However, their successful integration into the urban transport system requires a clear understanding of theindividual consumer needs.By involving human science and transportation specialists, the STEVE partners have developed a framework to interpretthese forces. Focus will be on mature cities of medium size (Torino: 800.000 inhabitants, Villach 60.000, Calvià 60.000,Venaria 35.000), where STEVE will generate data to support the design of next generation EL Vs, and provoke the mindshiftnecessary for swift market penetration of them.The primary idea of STEVE is to implement and test a human-centric approach to electro-Mobility-as-a-Service (eMaaS),according to the “Move2Me” vision of the consortium. This will provide low-cost and financially sustainable EL V solutionsand “gamified” services, to enhance users’ awareness, engagement and vehicle energy efficiency.A core item of STEVE is a low-cost electric quadricycle developed by a worldwide OEM in Turin, with start-of-productionexpected in 2018 at a market price of €8000. The quadricycle will integrate high-technology contents with respect to thecurrent competitors, and will be pilot-tested, together with many other EL-Vs, during extensive demonstration phases in thefour STEVE citiesSTEVE will guarantee a strong impact in terms of business development and jobs, and enhance the Europeancompetitiveness in the eMaaS sector while also leveraging Manufacturing.The consortium will also give a primary role to SMEs: while large enterprises will provide the underlying technologies, theservices will be mainly designed and operated by SMEs, deeply involved in the local supply chains and adaptable to thespecific customers’ needs.

    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)

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