NEON develops integral agent-based models (AKA digital twins) of the energy and mobility transition. These models can take knowledge from many disciplines and use this to design realistic and cost-effective pathways towards a low-carbon future.
Making the leap
Through this Eindhoven Engine project called NEON EE, these models will make the leap from technology readiness level 4 to 7 and from societal readiness level 3 to 6. Policy makers, businesses, and other societal stakeholders will find that it’s possible to quickly apply the open-source NEON tooling to their own region and business case. NEON EE will also organize a series of workshops and serious games at the Eindhoven Engine with policy makers and business leaders. NEON EE adds interaction design specialists and student teams from Fontys to the NEON consortium.
The tooling will become even more interactive and engaging with a format to apply it in multi-stakeholder workshops that increase system thinking and mutual understanding. In this way NEON EE will accelerate the transition to a sustainable future for the Brainport region and beyond.
OpenCall 2021 project
On 29 June 2021, the NEON EE project joined Eindhoven Engine as one of the four OpenCall 2021 projects. Soon, NEON EE had moved into the co-location (Disruptor building) of Eindhoven Engine and started to accelerate its research together with the other Engine projects while playing an active role in the Eindhoven Engine Community.
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