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

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

  1. 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. 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. 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. 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. 5. THE MOBI.ME SYSTEM
  6. 6. VISION MOBI.ME MOBILITY MANAGEMENT ENGINE
  7. 7. INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS FOR INTELLIGENT MOBILITY
  8. 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. 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. 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. 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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