Current projects

Stolpersteine

In cooperation with the Schutzgemeinschaft Alt Bamberg e.V. and following their already existing website, DELPHI IMM creates a website for Bamberg’s “Stolpersteine”. With this website the already existing presentation of listed buildings in the world cultural heritage of Bamberg will be extended by the Jewish dimension of Bamberg’s history via the maintained “Stolpersteine”. The so far missing aspects of Jewish life via the recording of the former Jewish residential and commercial buildings and the biographies of their Jewish inhabitants and owners at that time and their social position as well as the diversity of Jewish life in Bamberg will be made clear. To date, the Willy Aron Society has had 170 “Stolpersteine” laid in Bamberg, 158 of which commemorate Bamberg Jews. The website with an interactive map is developed in TYPO3. The implementation is Responsive, so that it can also be accessed on mobile phones and all other end devices without any problems.

2020 – 2021

KomBiReK

KomBiReK, short for “Municipal Greenhouse Gas Balancing and Regional Climate Protection Portals in Rhineland-Palatinate”, is a joint project of the Energy Agency Rhineland-Palatinate with the University of Landau and is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (EFRE) and the state of Rhineland-Palatinate. One component of the project deals with the development of regional climate protection portals (as part of the University of Landau), with which climate protection managers are to be supported and the population is to be participated. In this project DELPHI IMM develops the Regional Climate Protection Portals with the specifications of a modular structure and intuitive operation. Contents of the portals are among others balance data, potentials, schedules and participation platforms. The whitelabel of the regional climate protection portals will initially be tested in a pilot region. Technically, the whitelabel is implemented with TYPO3 and MySQL .

2020 – 2022

Energieatlas Rheinland-Pfalz – Phase 3

In December 2015, the Energy Agency published the Energieatlas Rheinland-Pfalz as a geographic information portal describing the energy transition in the state. In the current phase 3, this online offering is being further updated, optimized and expanded in the data area. New topics include solar potentials and data on regional added value. As before, user-friendliness and contemporary design are given high priority. To improve the user experience, the previous information supplies will be supplemented by the storytelling format. The web application is developed with TYPO3. In this phase DELPHI IMM performs a migration to TYPO3 version 10.

2020 – 2022

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Energiedatenbank Brandenburg – Phase 3

The Energiedatenbank Brandenburg is a project of the Brandenburg Energy Agency (WFBB) that enables the retrieval of municipality-specific energy data and automatically creates energy reports for municipalities. The energy database thus covers the entire process of data import, data processing, data export, and even predefined reports such as the energy report. In the current phase 3, the energy database will be technically supplemented with further energy-relevant data, such as the building stock, data on emissions trading or climate change, and its functionalities will be optimized.

2020 – 2023

COP4EE-2

The products and services of the research project “Copernicus for Renewable Energies (Cop4EE)” will be extended in this successor project. In addition to the previous current satellite data and their evaluation with regard to renewable energy types, the focus is now on the possibilities for scenario definition (targets for renewable energies) and “on the fly” calculations. In addition, the project is to meet the new political framework conditions in which Cop4EE products can play a significant role, such as the “Volksbegehren Artenschutz” in Bavaria.

DELPHI is responsible for the project coordination in this project and is mainly responsible for the automation and for the data capture of the short rotation coppice (SRC) as well as forest areas. In view of a future continuous operationality, mainly data from the sensors Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 are included in this project.

2019 – 2021

SINUM

The aim of the Systemic and Innovative Approaches to Environmental Reporting (SINUM) project for the Federal Environment Agency is to identify the systemic interrelationships on the UBA website and to visualize them in a user-friendly way. A distinction must be made between different target groups and their requirements for environmental reporting. The processing of the total of 6 work packages will be carried out according to an iterative agile methodology. This ensures that an intensive involvement of users can take place and that the user-friendliness can be in the focus.

2018 – 2021

hin&weg: Software development for the analysis and visualization of migration data

The Leibnitz Institute for Regional Geography in Leipzig has commissioned DELPHI IMM to create a computer-based native analysis and visualization application that can be used by various public agencies (statistical offices, planning departments) of German cities.
With this application, for example, the population development within city districts or relocations from or to surrounding municipalities can be evaluated and graphically visualized in order to be taken into account in urban planning.

2018 – 2021