How can services help encourage the spread of electric mobility, and how can they be systematically developed? Using four case studies from Finland, Estonia, Denmark and Norway, Fraunhofer IAO presents various approaches to developing e-mobility projects. One of the key research findings was that using game-like methods to involve customers in the development of e-mobility projects helps those business ventures become accepted.
At this year’s ECIS (May 26-29 in Münster, Germany), the joint projects CrowdStrom und EOL-IS are represented with own contributions. Contributions by CrowdStrom: Matzner, M., von Hoffen, M., Heide, T., Plenter, F., & Chasin, F. (2015). A Method for Measuring User Preferences in Information Systems Design Choices. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2015), Münster, […]