Business Locations & Mobility

Area of expertise: Transport Logistics & Mobility

Mobility Lab Upper Austria – MobiLab 2.0


MobiLab Upper Austria is one of a total of six funded mobility laboratories in Austria, whose goal is to address central mobility issues and local and regional challenges. By acting as a hot spot for future-relevant mobility innovations, the follow-up project Mobilab2.0 supports cities, municipalities, regions, companies and start-ups in the development, testing and implementation of new mobility solutions. The thematic fields of MobiLab2.0 are oriented towards economically induced traffic - especially freight traffic, commuter mobility and service traffic.

DOMINO - Hub for intermodal mobility services and technologies


The research project DOMINO - Hub for Intermodal Mobility Services and Technologies represents a flagship project on mobility of 
the future with the focus on integrated personal mobility. The main goal of the project is the development of a continuous, 
publicly accessible mobility offer that can be used by the users as barrier-free as possible and supports the mobility and climate 
goals of the public sector.



In DeNaLog, employees of logistics service providers will be taught research-oriented knowledge and case studies (best practice) in the areas of sustainable transport chains and networks, "last mile", intermodal hubs, green and smart logistics, safety and security, information and communication technologies, drive technologies and vehicle systems during 22 training days.

PlanBiSS - Planing bike sharing systems considering the demand, distribution and maintenance works


The project PlanBiSS involves the development of methods and strategies to facilitate an anticipatory planning of a bikesharing
system. For this purpose, an integrated approach will be used which encompasses an estimation of potential demand,
the scheduling of locations and bicycle distribution including maintenance works. Changes in the planning region
will be constantly regarded. The specific requirements of public institutions as well as of private companies will be taken
into account.

NaLaBISta – Sustainability map for business- and industrial sites


The idea of NaLaBISta is to generate basics for developing an evaluation- and planning system with the aim, to analyse business- and industrial areas with respect to sustainable aspects. A traffic optimized business- and industrial area should be the result of joining economic strategies, key objectives in spatial development and traffic planning. This approach should ensure efficient and sustainable freight mobility.