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By Andreas Nelskamp

nextbike Bike Sharing on the Rydies Platform

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Dear Companists,

We are pleased to inform you that all nextbike bikes in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland are now integrated into the Rydies platform. The market for mobility data is becoming increasingly dynamic. Rydies presented at the mFUND of the Federal Ministry of Transport, and in the USA the Google Spinoff Coord starts as a mobility data servive provider.

 

Germany's largest Bikesharing provider nextbike is now on the Rydies platform

All available bike sharing bikes in more than 60 German cities are displayed online, either at nextbike itself or via the local provider, e.g. KVB Rad (Kölner Verkehrsbetriebe). nextbike, with its high-quality and service-oriented rental system, is an important addition to the Rydies platform in order to completely cover connectivity and everyday mobility with bicycles.

 

Rydies - Nextbike

 

BMVI Conference “Data as the motor for mobility 4.0”

This was the title and core topic of the mFUND conference organized by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure in Berlin in mid-October, where Rydies presented its solutions. In his opening speech, Transport Minister Scheurer underscored the need for a change in transportation. Data forms an important basis for new and efficient mobility concepts such as on-demand shuttles and logistical offers with freight bikes - i.e. intermodal, easily-accessible offers as a real alternative to the car. Naturally, innovative traffic management and planning would be inconceivable without "Big Data."

 

Rydies - mFund

 

Problems such as insufficient digitalization and the large number of asynchronous data formats, which clearly hinder integration and must be solved to achieve optimal connectivity, were also discussed. Rydies presented its services in the "Digitalized Bicycle Data" forum and discussed them in the panel.

 

Mobility Data Startup “Coord” Launches as Google-Spinoff

The Rydies business model is establishing itself among major players in the industry. Coord is a new provider on the market that has emerged as a spin-off from Alphabet/Google. Similar to Rydies, Coord digitalized analog data (parking regulations for cars) and aggregated offers via APIs (toll routes, selected car and bike sharing companies) for the first time. Coord offers its services as "data broker" to cities and mobility companies for a fee "... (to) build a bridge between the private and public sector."

Rydies welcomes the increased attention for B2B data marketplaces and is well prepared for this and other competitors. Rydies considers the entry of Coord / Google as a confirmation of its own strategic and technological orientation and feels encouraged to pursue further rapid growth.

 

Outlook

You can find the detailed background report including a market overview of the significance of mobility data here and in the online and print version of the Companisto DealLights in mid-November.

 

Best greetings,

Andreas Nelskamp



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