EXPERTISE IN ELECTRIC MOBILITY - page 164

163
The chair of general business administration
and information systems II at the University of
Stuttgart conducts its research specifically in
the fields of requirement engineering, cloud
computing business models, software platforms,
software ecosystems and software product
management.
Practical research takes place within the ad-
vanced manufacturing, smart software business
and sustainable mobility clusters. The latter
sustainable mobility cluster focuses on the en-
gineering-based identification of requirements
for implementing information systems support-
ing mobility services. Other fields of activity are
scalable IT services for use with mobile devices
and the examination of future-oriented business
models. Sustainable mobility concepts must be
a well-balanced triad of economic, ecological
and social aspects. For this, organisational and
technological issues as well as management
and leadership aspects must be taken into con-
sideration when designing mobility service infor-
mation systems. In the context of the ‘LivingLab
BW
e
mobil’ projects involving electrically pow-
ered community buses for public transport, the
chair examines the aforementioned issues and
aspects and pays special attention to the social
aspects.
Practical research for sustainable mobility concepts
sustainaBle moBility engineering
University of Stuttgart – Institute of
Business Administration (BWI)
Keplerstrasse 17
70174 Stuttgart, Germany
Year of establishment:
1829
Employees:
Around 5,000 (2012)
About 24,600 students
(winter semester 2012/13)
Contact
Prof. Dr. Georg Herzwurm
Phone: +49 711 685 82385
Fax: +49 711 685 82388
7.34
1...,154,155,156,157,158,159,160,161,162,163 165,166,167,168,169,170,171,172,173,174,...190
Powered by FlippingBook