Seamless mobility not only on the ground, but brought into the 3rd dimension: Urban Air Mobility is the mode of transport that makes Proactive Seamless Mobility hypermodal.
When a hypermodal node links transportation on land and in the air, new paths open up for cities, communities and users. From parcel drone and air cabs to the integration of modern helicopters, Urban Mobility Innovations is committed to newly optimized mobility.
We are initially active in various cities in order to enable traffic liquefaction or the connection to the city from the surrounding area. We ensure seamless integration into the existing infrastructure - for a holistic mobility experience.
The proven [ui!] DATALAB technology for data visualization and analysis allows, for example, to display the location and status of vehicles or other assets on a map or to calculate and graphically display defined KPIs.
The [ui!] DATALABs are based on Jupyter notebooks with access to our Apache Hadoop infrastructure as a service and enable both big data analysis and fast data analysis. Currently, 450 million data sets per day (~13 billion data sets per month) are processed and about 11 million evaluations of neural networks for traffic light phase predictions are performed.
The [ui!] DATALAB provides access to a large amount of historical and current data via web browser as well as functions for customizable exploration, manipulation and visualization.
In the next two years, we will bring 2,000 additional electric vehicles including charging infrastructure onto European roads as part of HELLO!
HELLO is the largest investment program of its kind in Europe and Urban Mobility Innovations GmbH is the first private company to be supported by the European Investment Bank (EIB) in the implementation of preparatory measures within the ELENA initiative.
Together with our 4 partners in France, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Spain we bring movement to the market of electric mobility!
Electric Mobility as a Service (eMaaS) combines innovative technologies with new business models to bring electric mobility to the mass market. We are replacing internal combustion vehicles with electric vehicles and individual property with mobility "on demand". Our new genuine sharing system optimizes capacity utilization and consumption, thereby reducing costs. This core component is integrated into Proactive Seamless Mobility through an Open Urban Platform and is thus a component of our holistic mobility offering.
The Electric Mobility as a Service (eMaaS) project is being implemented in Germany, Hungary, Sweden, Austria, UK and the Netherlands.
In the "Drahtlos" project, we are pursuing the goal of researching an intelligent wireless (inductive) bidirectional connection of e-vehicles to smart homes, developing the necessary hardware and software and testing the overall system in field trials. In particular, we are responsible for providing the cloud-based data platform, the visualization of power flows and the evaluation of the data corpi.
OMU is an innovative mobility concept that allows individual tourism providers to make the mobility part of the vacation CO2-neutral for their customers. The goal of the research project is the development and testing of appropriate AI algorithms to proactively enable positioning and charge state optimization of e-vehicles in sharing operation for tourists. Using an iterative approach, in which industrial research and validation by real labs alternate, AI models and algorithms are to be developed that are suitable for widespread use in the future. The focus is on the necessary data integration as well as on the testing of business models. The development will be complemented by field tests in the real lab. For the realization of the project the partners B2M Software GmbH ([ui!] UMI - Urban Mobility Innovations), Continental Automotive GmbH and Stadtwerke Bamberg Verkehrs- und Park GmbH have joined forces.
The aim of the project is to investigate the optimal design of exemplary funding in the creation of a regional Digital Agenda for regions, cities and municipalities in Bavaria, so that they can meet the challenges of digital transformation.
To this end, regional digitization concepts for eleven regional authorities will be developed, coordinated by the ZD.B thematic platform Smart Cities and Regions of the [ui!] UMI.
CoVCAP provides residents with a toolkit that enables them to provide targeted voluntary support in times of crisis for the weaker members of our communities and to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 and maximize scarce resources. Since the number of volunteers is limited, people in the risk group must be supported in carrying out basic life tasks such as shopping, refilling prescriptions or traveling to doctor's appointments. With our CoVCAP solution, we support the coordination of this group of helpers and thus enable structured care for those affected.
The supply of the installed charging points is largely based on regeneratively generated electricity. Additionally installed stationary battery storage units are used for this purpose. In addition to a planned active load management of the installed charging points, these should contribute to limiting the locally required grid expansion by buffering the load peaks that occur. These components will be integrated into the overall system in order to enable participation in the control energy market via a suitable control system and to ensure a cost-effective provision of electricity from renewable energy.