The knowledge center for urban data

Innovative solutions for the future of our cities are created at the FUTR HUB.

The intelligent digitalization of cities improves the quality of life, saves resources, and makes urban living and management more sustainable. Berlin TXL is expected to assume a pioneering role for Germany’s capital as it moves towards becoming a smart city. To do so, the smart districts of Berlin TXL need not only a digital infrastructure but also locations for innovations and a network of partners in order to ensure the sensible and secure use of urban data. The digital infrastructure for Berlin TXL and smart cities worldwide is being developed in the FUTR HUB, the knowledge center for urban data.

The central infrastructure of the FUTR HUB is a data platform, which collects and networks the urban data and then makes it available. The data platform will utilize data sources from all fields and sectors of urban space. As the digital engine room, the data platform supports reliability and efficiency in the operations of Berlin TXL. And as the innovation driver, the platform promotes collaborative work on new data-driven services and applications. Professional users are supported in their decisions through the deployment of predictive data analysis, while promoting sustainable resource management.

Information materials on the topic:

Data strategy Berlin TXL

Against the backdrop of developments in smart city topics and the increased importance of urban data, the data strategy defines rules, processes and responsibilities as well as goals for handling data in Berlin TXL for Tegel Projekt GmbH. (Only available in German)

Mission Statement

The mission statement describes how the FUTR HUB – the competence center for urban data in Berlin TXL – works, what it wants to achieve with its work, which values guide its development, and which digital products are to be enabled. (Only available in German)

Use case profiles

In the development partnership, the digital city is designed collaboratively. The use cases present our pilot projects and give a first impression of the potential that lies in the use of urban data and cross-sector collaboration.

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