Interactively experience sustainability knowledge

The knowledge transfer platform WiTra offers interactive tools to access knowledge for sustainability and resource efficiency – free to use.

Sustainability researcher in Stuttgart have created an exceptional knowledge base for sustainable development and resource efficiency. This knowledge base has been developed and applied in a wide range of projects, e.g. to support small medium-sized companies in strive for sustainability.
The interactive knowledge transfer platform WiTra provides rapid access to this knowledge. Its dashboard tool facilitate the transfer of general insights to company-specific questions or boundary conditions and to reduce uncertainty in strategic decisions on the path to sustainability and resource efficiency. WiTra will be continuously expanded with the latest insights from sustainability research. Today it offers content on the following topics:

  • Sustainability theory for practice: Simple explanations for important sustainability aspects.
  • Systematic lightweight design through adaptive glazing systems: Is it possible to reduce building energy consumption through adaptive glazing systems?
  • Design and manufacturing of innovative fiber composite systems: What are the benefits of fiber composite systems in building applications?
  • Lightweight construction potentials for the city of tomorrow: The combination of which future city solutions achieves the greatest possible improvements in terms of resource consumption?
  • Design and high efficient manufacture of sustainable lightweight wood building systems: What are the benefits of sustainable lightweight wood building systems?
  • Bio-based recycled materials: Under which conditions can bio-based recycled materials develop their maximum potential for sustainability?
  • Resource efficiency through functional grading of concrete components: What is the grading approach for lightweight concrete all about?
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