DiNeNa Digitales Netzwerk Nahversorgung
In the project "Digitales Netzwerk Nahversorgung" (DiNeNa), the Harz University of Applied Sciences is working together with municipalities, providers, and citizens to develop digital solutions for local supply in rural areas. The university is cooperating with the communities of Huy and Osterwieck in the Harz district. One of the central goals is to strengthen producers and retailers, especially with regard to the regional distribution of their products. Ultimately, the networking of all players with one another is intended to improve local supply and thus the attractiveness of rural areas.
Current subprojects include the development of a joint regional online marketplace. In the future, producers and retailers will be able to present their goods and offer their customers an option to order. In this way, a regional click & collect system for local supply is to be developed and tested. The ordering and payment process is to be developed for both standardized and non-standardized goods. To make the sales chain as efficient and simple as possible, the project will develop an automated process using QR codes.
In the long term, products from various suppliers could be delivered to central pick-up points (hubs). Both existing shops and new "digital shops" could be considered for this. A concept for micrologistics is to be developed for this purpose. A route optimization tool has already been developed as part of the project for planning delivery routes. This could be used not only by end consumers, but later by partners who take over the transport. In summary, the project aims at the development of supply networks, within which different actors participate in the improvement of local supply in rural areas.
The DiNeNa project is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture and the district of Harz from 2019-2022 as part of the "Land.Digital" initiative.
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