ElectricFeel will be addressing the question of how we can effectively address service quality in bike-sharing systems around the world at NABSA 2016 Annual Conference | Austin, Texas | 9.11 - 11.11
ElectricFeel’s VP of Business Development, Eric Lehmann, will attend the Bikeplus Conference in Oxford on Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th October.
Eric is invited to speak on the panel held on Wednesday at 15:45, about how operators can overcome the challenges of redistribution in bike sharing.
Sharing can be tough, but at least when it comes to transportation, Moritz Meenen, believes it doesn’t have to be.
Attend our panel discussion on Friday 7th October, at the Autonomy Conference in Paris!
We look forward to joining the discussion with CityScoot and Felix on the outlook of shared mobility, the industry's opportunities and challenges and how it can help our cities become healthier and happier!
ElectricFeel is exhibiting at the Autonomy Conference in Paris this October!
We look forward to joining other players of the urban mobility industry and sharing our thoughts and insights on the latest topics: shared mobility, operations & logistics, electric vehicles, data-driven planning, interconnectedness and many more.
Visit our booth during the conference! We would love to talk and show you a live demo of our latest product, the “Multi-Truck Rebalancing App”!
Innovation: Simpler access and electric bikes
It is exciting to see how rapidly and confidently bike-sharing systems are conquering our world’s cities. While different figures circulating on the web, there are roughly 1000 bike-sharing systems with a world fleet of 1 million bicycles installed, bringing people low-cost, fast and healthy transportation.
Promoting the biking culture starts with the young population. There are great books for educating children about the fun, healthy and practical nature of cycling. The more children cycle today, the healthier our communities will be in the future. Not just healthier for that matter, but also smarter.
There was a recent comment under an article in autoblog on a new bike sharing app called Donkey Republic, which allows rental shops and private bike owners to rent out their bikes. The comment addressed bike sharing in general, saying “Bike-sharing makes no sense to me. Bikes are cheap to buy and free and easy to park. Why would you not just get and use your own bike? Who needs all the worry and inconvenience of bike-sharing? The only time I would find it useful is if I were visiting a different city.”
We exhibited the future of mobility at CeBIT 2016 in Hannover, March 14-18. Watch ElectricFeel CEO, Moritz Meenen’s talk about improving on-demand mobility systems. VIDEO
ElectricFeel CEO, Moritz Meenen has been invited to speak at the World Web Forum 2016, taking place in Zurich on January 28th and 29th. ElectricFeel joins an impressive roster of local and international speakers from NASA, Google, Uber and Hyperloop. The WorldWebForum is the leading Swiss Platform for Digital Transformation and seeks to empower agents of change, facilitating leadership in the digital transformation.
We’ve been secretly working on a fantastically exciting project in one of our all-time favourite cities in the world, Barcelona.
“I will be subscribed to several mobility services such as public transport, vehicle sharing, car pooling, taxi etc. I will no more decide HOW to reach a destination, but I will just follow the directions of my mobile device indicating the best combination of such services to get there on time. This is already partly available today, but, in the next years, the integration and connectivity of the mobility systems will grow exponentially.”
— Marco Santoni - Data Scientist at ElectricFeel
As demand for bike sharing increases around the world, new challenges arise for service providers. Making bikes available when and where people need them is vital, but not easy. Once solutions are found, shared mobility can grow up to become mainstream transportation.
ElectricFeel has measured how artificial intelligence can improve bike-sharing.
ElectricFeel is a team of data scientists and software development specialists who are passionate about riding bikes, writing code and changing the world. Their products may sound like science fiction. Artificially intelligent software that understands exactly how clean mobility systems are operating, and more importantly, just exactly what needs to be done to streamline efficiency and increase profitability.
The film Back to the Future Part II predicted flying cars in 2015, but it also predicted that fax machines would still be important. It overestimated progress in certain technology (the car), but also underestimated others (the internet). When internet technology is combined with long-existing vehicles like bikes, cars and scooters, new transportation systems can be built that solve real-world problems.
On the 15th November 2015, ElectricFeel received the CTI Start-Up Label by the Swiss National Commission for Technology and Innovation. The Start-up Label is a seal of quality, a certificate of achievement, and a sign of credibility and readiness for sustainable growth.