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By Sven Mittelbach

Rydies Participates in Light Electric Vehicles Project through Hubject

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Dear Companists,

This week, we are reporting about 2 exciting new projects.

 

Light Electric Vehicles Project

Light Electric Vehicles (LEVs), e.g. e-micro scooters, scooters, cargo bikes, are increasingly hitting the roads and will become an indispensable part of the roadscape. Hubject, a joint venture of Daimler, BMW, Siemens, Bosch and others, is responsible for the ELVITEN project in Berlin. This project shows how LEVs can be used in cities and integrated into the existing transport network.

“With its mobility database and experience, Rydies is making an important contribution to developing recommendations for the integration of ELVs and corresponding business models,” says project manager Ricarda Mendy of Hubject. At the same time, Rydies receives relevant feedback from this project to expand its business and network.

The great success of Light Electric Vehicles has not yet been achieved in Germany. One of the reasons for this was the lack of road approval for micro scooters. This will be over as of spring 2019, when the German government will allow scooters. This opens the door for sharing providers in this segment to launch their services in Germany. For Rydies, the cooperation with Hubject opens up better access to this market and short-term expansion of the range of services.

 

Rydies starts pilot project in Dortmund

Rydies has been awarded the contract for a pilot project within the scope of a digitalization measure of the city of Dortmund, in which the complete bicycle path network and the bicycle parking facilities of the entire city area are to be digitally recorded. First, one part of the city will be digitalized in order to be able to agree on further details for a planned comprehensive recording in the coming year. The pilot project will start in January 2019 and will be extended to the entire city area in early summer 2019.

Rydies is proud to have received the order. Apart from Rydies, there is currently no other supplier in Germany that has the necessary software and experience in the digital recording and management of bicycle paths and parking facilities. The result will provide information about the structural and traffic conditions of the existing bicycle infrastructure.

Rydies has brought its cooperation partner Vaisala (Finland) on board in order to implement the technically demanding project.

Frank Ulrich, Geodata Management Coordinator at the Civil Engineering Office of the City of Dortmund: “We are pleased to receive meaningful and digital information about our cycling infrastructure. The aim is to use this information to make the city of Dortmund more bicycle-friendly and to promote more bicycle traffic.” Project manager Sven Mittelbach adds: “For Rydies, this is a further step towards completely digitizing and networking bicycle mobility and thus providing the city of Dortmund with the basis for future planning.”

 

Rydies - Pilotprojekt Dortmund

 

With kind regards,

Sven Mittelbach



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