Hammer 4.0 (2016-2018) is funded by the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Labor and Housing Baden-Württemberg. THe project consortium consists of: Evangelische Heimstiftung | Handwerkskammer Reutlingen | Industrie- und Handelskammer Reutlingen | Kreisseniorenrat Tübingen e.V. | tellur | Universität Tübingen | Zentrum für Telemedizin Bad Kissingen
- The Harvard concept is implemented as a supporting advisory model and can be used in practice via the WiQQi beer mat.
- The concepts of "Laboratory" and "Citizens' Laboratory" have been tested in regional and project-related networks (visual signaling, stove guard, smoke detetors, smart door lock).
- The medium "video" and the platform "YouTube" have been tried and tested as instruments of knowledge transfer („letterbox video„, „360°-tour„).
- The needs model of the "problem-target-resource constellation" enables volunteer services and structures to be depicted.