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Newest article Review: Presentation at Cosmobilities Conference 2017: "Sharing Mobilities: New perspectives for societies on the move?"
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New article in Mobility blog The international scootersharing market in transition: leaving the experimental stage (including interactive map)
New article in Energy blog Seven times around the world in an electric car: The first long-term assessment of the Micro Smart Grid
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New article in Data blog Seven times around the world in an electric car: The first long-term assessment of the Micro Smart Grid
Neu im Digitalisierungsblog In the media: Integrating digital systems to help city residents plan seamless journeys
16. June 2017
The global scootersharing business has undergone rapid developments since its introduction in 2012. Starting in San Francisco, the idea has spread to many cities and has been a success story. Especially in 2016 and 2017, many new actors have entered the market. The establishment of a third column of shared mobility - besides car- and bikesharing - is becoming more prominent.
10. November 2016
The Magazine - Siemens about the InnoZ as one of the key actors behind this mobility node "Südkreuz" and the activities at the EUREF-Campus
20. October 2016
IEEE* Spectrum - Christian Scherf about the live in the city of electric and non-motorized traffic.
08. July 2015
New mobility services enter the rapidly changing and dynamic market, which in turn grows more and more complex. In order to stay competitive and ahead of the different players knowing the relevant target groups becomes crucial, especially in the context of business development. InnoZ’s mobility archetypes expand our clients’ knowledge about their (potential) users and allow for tailored modification of services and products.
23. June 2015
German auto makers celebrate their current success stories, but for how much longer? A reaction to the commentary by Stefan Bratzel in ‘Die Zeit’.
29. May 2015
Future mobility, energy saving mobility, intelligent mobility – for InnoZ these are issues of great relevance and importance; the key topics of today and tomorrow. But mobility is also more than that – it is a privilege. Not every person considers moving freely as a self-evident given. Rather, for many it is a prerogative of the few. A group of young adults from Berlin Moabit wanted to change this and to improve the mobility of asylum seekers and refugees. In 2014 they founded the non-profit initiative ‘Rückenwind – Fahrräder für Flüchtlinge’ (literally: “Tailwind – Bikes for Refugees”).
27. April 2015
More local transport, more bicycle traffic, more sharing instead of owning. The streetscape in Germany's cities is becoming more colourful. The car-oriented city is a thing of the past. We need contemporary solutions! The way this could look is nothing new: The city of the future means living space with fewer cars on the streets! Whosoever demands a "restrictive transport policy" in Germany quickly becomes the target of polemics.
21. March 2015
Andreas Knie talks with klimaretter.info about what was important for him last week.
20. February 2015
The environmental impact of carsharing is currently being discussed in the media. It is hurting local public transport as well. To what extent is public transport being crowded out by carsharing and how threatening are the effects really?
16. January 2015
The electric drive is not the solution to all traffic problems, neither does it have to be. Electric mobility is important, though, as the guiding concept for entry into a new world of transport. Fundamental criticism reduces electric mobility to energy balance and drive technology. And so the power of the idea is misjudged and the momentum is removed from an otherwise helpful development.