To support the digital transformation of Smart Mobility and Smart City, the TUM Living Lab Connected Mobility (TUM LLCM) research project was initiated, funded by the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology through the Center Digitisation.Bavaria, an initiative of the Bavarian State Government. The project bundles the relevant research, implementation, and innovation skills of the TUM in the fields of informatics and transport research.
The networking of already established and currently arising mobility providers, service providers, developers and users on a personal, organizational and technical level is achieved. The project contributes to the establishment of a mobility ecosystem, which is necessary for the success of the mobility platform. Smaller companies and start-ups are enabled to develop own digital mobility services with reduced financial, organizational and technical effort.
The TUM LLCM fosters the exchange between university, industry and end-users. The project contributes to this digital ecosystem with current research findings from key areas of digital mobility platforms such as app development and efficient and legally secure integration of partners. It draws on the established cooperation between TUM, the local industry, but also the start-up scene to account for practical demands in the field of digital mobility platforms.