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By Sven Mittelbach

Rydies Park Manager starts at another parking station

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Dear Companists,

Radstation 1 in Hanover has been using the Rydies Park Manager software since June. Through the digitalization, the number of chargeable "bicycle day parking spaces" could already be more than doubled. This is made possible by the software and technology we have developed especially for this purpose for managing bookings and parking spaces, as well as the parking and retrieval processes within the bike station. Mark Meißner, division manager responsible for the operation of the cycle stations at Step gGmbH: "Thanks to Rydies, we can now offer more than twice as many cyclists the daily parking facilities and thus a secure bicycle parking space, without having to build up additional capacities. In this way we can open up further locations and expand the range of safe bicycle parking services as a whole".

 

Rydies at the bike station in Hanover

 

Successful completion of the pilot phase. Rollout in both stations

Following the success of the first digitized bike station, the operator now also uses the Rydies software in the bike station 2. The offer can be used by day parkers (€ 1 per day) as well as subscription customers for e.g. € 87,50/year. Due to the digitalisation of the bike stations in Hannover, cyclists in the city and region can now see online at any time and in real time whether one of the more than 760 secured bike parking spaces is available in one of the bike stations. Now more cyclists can park their bikes safely.

 

Rydies Park Manager Software in the bike station Hannover

 

Parking safely with us for a lifelike city

Become part of the digitalisation with Rydies for a networked, better bicycle mobility and thus more environmentally friendly, climate-friendly mobility in the cities. Invest in us now and thus in the future of tomorrow.

 

Many greetings

Sven Mittelbach

Rydies GmbH



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