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.
In celebration of 50 years of German-Israeli friendship, the Innovation Centre for Mobility and Societal Change would like to announce a highlight event, the Future Mobility Camp on September 3rd at InnoZ on our Platform electricMobility.
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.
The production and usage of the local energy grid on EUREF campus were metered from 2012 to 2014. Despite some short disruptions and construction measures, a significant amount of energy was generated and considerable reductions in emissions were achieved. The first results of an internal assessment illustrate the potential of urban micro smart grids that integrate electric mobility.
The shell works of the new eCube in Wolfsburg are nearly completed, and already are interested citizens flocking to the site. The building is set to be completed in the coming months and is located directly next to the rental station for eUps and pedelecs. In order to remain faithful to the green and sustainable concept, the building is a wood construction. This has an immensely positive impact upon the environmental balance of the construction site, and thus combines the approach of CO2-neutral mobility with eco-friendly construction.