Availability, safety and sustainability
Increasing urbanisation and densification are leading to growing demand for mobility in cities. Micro-mobility fills the gaps between existing transport systems and provides seamless transportation possibilities for every user. But the micro-mobility market only really takes off when mobility as a service is available always and everywhere, including ubiquitous charging. The EnergyBus open standard supports the swift development of frictionless city mobility – and hence its success.
Dependable charging infrastructure can be guaranteed via certification to the EnergyBus standard. In line with IEC TS 61851-3, each component in the charging ecosystem is verified through conformity testing, and identified by a unique ID number. This guarantees consistent levels of safety and quality, essential foundations for successful infrastructure projects in the public space.
Micro-mobility is a success when mobility as a service is available always and everywhere, including ubiquitous charging. The EnergyBus open standard supports the swift development of frictionless city mobility – and hence its market success.
The public space
Micro-mobility hire and sharing systems must be accessible and reliable to be accepted by users. Systematic management of parking and charging of vehicles ensures easier, more dependable access to micro-mobility. With EnergyBus, cities and municipalities can using parking space management to control the use of their public space effectively.
Individual components, system parts or software applications can be easily exchanged or added. Such flexible and swappable product ranges and systems are not only more environmentally friendly, they also deliver long-term planning security for decision-makers and manufacturers.
Although both infrastructure and vehicles are all part of a single system, they can still be operated separately. The public sector can deliver parking and charging systems, while companies offer vehicle sharing services, or services around parking and charging.
Using smart traffic management, networking and inter-modal provision cities and fleet providers can improve and optimise their services. City mobility will be optimised, and the needs of users met.