Monitoring Innsbuck Campagne

Project leader: Universität Innsbruck

Project leader: Fabian Ochs

Project Team: Elisa Venturi, Samuel Breuss, Georgios Dermentzis, Mara Magni


  • University of Innsbruck (Project Leader)
  • NHT Neue Hemat Tirol
  • IIG Innsbrucker Immobiliengesellschaft
  • Stransky

Funding agency: Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH (FFG)

Project Period: 01.03.2023 - 31.08.2024


The new "Campagne-Areal" smart city district has been planned in the east of Innsbruck. It consists of 16 buildings in four blocks. More than 1,100 new apartments and various service facilities such as shops, cafés, schools, kindergartens and sports facilities have been created. Residents as well as local clubs, schools and kindergartens were involved in the development of the master plan. The long-term aim is to develop the area into a "Zero Emission Urban Region" and to integrate it into the City of Innsbruck's urban development concept and the Tyrol 2050 energy strategy. Important aspects are the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, climate protection, social sustainability, highest energy efficiency, ecological quality and renewable energies as an essential part of the energy supply.

Four buildings (forming a block) are already in operation and in use. They house 307 apartments and several non-residential buildings (such as shops and kindergartens). The buildings are owned by two housing companies: Innsbrucker Immobiliengesellschaft (IIG) and Neue Heimat Tirol (NHT), while the monitoring system is in the hands of the University of Innsbruck and the Stransky company. The detailed monitoring system is already installed in the buildings and is operated by the University of Innsbruck and Stransky.


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