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Workshop on Sustainable Mobility in Future Cities - André Dias (CEiiA)

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  • 1. PORTO, 27 MARCH 2014 MOBI.ME - INTELLIGENT ELECTRIC MOBILITY FOR SMART CITIES WORKSHOP ON SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY IN FUTURE CITIES ANDRÉ DIAS, HEAD OF INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS andre.dias@ceiia.com
  • 2. ENABLING THE CREATION OF A STRATEGY TO OPTIMIZE CITY SERVICES AND LIVING, MINIMIZING MOBILITY AND EXTERNAL COSTS Nowadays , with the exponential increase of population, buildings, cars and services, the city became a complex environment with air pollution, traffic, waste and disorganization. Finding solutions to reduce costs and constrains and improve quality of life, has emerged has a major challenge for modern societies. CEiIA’s strategy seeks to empower smart cities around . The main strategic lines of action for this framework are: o  Integrated Mobility: Implement solutions regarding public transport, parking, electric charging network, bike-sharing, etc o  Smart Indicators: Based on the Smart Cities Index 2020 developed by INTELI, the goal is to explore intelligent solutions in order to improve weaknesses detected o  Intelligent Sensing: Making use of the available infrastructure and embedding it with smart sensors that become aware of the city environment in real-time
  • 3. MONITORING – Smart Connected Cities Center (S3C) o  Supporting city operators activity for different services, assuming the control and management of all the operations and business solutions, with an integrated perspective o  Providing decision makers and users with real- time information and detailed reports about the impacts from their behaviors in the evolution and metabolism of their own cities, according to the following dimensions: mobility & transports, environment & energy o  Data collection, information processing and knowledge production, for the identification of behavioral patterns, in order to improve the quality of cities, communities and operators management Empowering Smart Cities
  • 4. o  Vehicle-sharing services and their interaction with transport management systems; o  Fleet Management; o  Parking management; o  EV Charging network management; o  V2I and I2V services; MOBILITY MANAGEMENT ENGINE – MOBI.ME Through MOBI.ME, CEIIA is able to manage and integrate multiple mobility services MOBI.ME TOOLS •  Smart Device Cloud (SDC) – real-time device and communication management •  Smart Services Cloud (SSC) – CRM, billing and payment modules for complex and flexible business management and integration •  WISE – Business Intelligence and reporting tool for smart mobility services
  • 5. THE MOBI.ME SYSTEM
  • 6. VISION MOBI.ME MOBILITY MANAGEMENT ENGINE
  • 7. INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS FOR INTELLIGENT MOBILITY
  • 8. INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR SHARED MOBILITY CONNECTING OPERATORSTO THECITY SHARED MOBILITY ADVANTAGES HIGHER CAPILARITY, LOWER COST LESS VEHICLES, MORE SUSTAINABILITY MORE INFORMATION, BETTER MANAGEMENT
  • 9. BIKESHARING – 4th GENERATION Features o  Ergonomics o  Electrical assistance o  Vandalism-resistant o  Low maintenance costs o  Connectivity o  Locking and fast charging mechanism o  Traceability o  Multimodal / Multiservice Integration o  Dynamic Advertising o  Demand-Response
  • 10. FROM SHARED MOBILITY TO MOBILITY AS AN UTILITY BE® “Mobility Device” designed to be sold as a service* PAID WITHIN THE MOBILITY INVOICE FROM A PER USE PERSPECTIVE
  • 11. E-MOBILITY ICT TECHNOLOGICAL AND SERVICE INNOVATION 1+1! m s mension Concept Results NATIONAL E- MOBILITY NETWORK E-MOBILITY CROSS-BORDER INITIATIVE EUROPEAN INTEROPERABLE NETWORK CEIIA is a founding and Board Member for the eMI3 (e-Mobility ICT Interoperability and Innovation) Group

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