PRIMEIRO SERVIÇO DE SCOOTER SHARING QUE RECOMPENSA COMPORTAMENTOS SUSTENTÁVEIS
CEIIA OFFERS COMPLETE SOLUTIONS FOR THE DEPLOYMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF SMART MOBILITY SERVICES
Mobility will increasingly be regarded as a service. People want to easily move from one place to another and to do so they need to have information in real-time about the duration, the cost and the ecological footprint of all the existing transportation alternatives.
CEiiA has developed mobi.me to connect vehicles and infrastructures, to integrate different information systems and to promote sustainability, offering a comprehensive answer to the needs of users, operators and city authorities.
OPTIMIZING MOBILITY SERVICES
CEiiA provides integrated mobility solutions, comprising the smart management system, the equipment, and full operational support.
FULL SUPPORT FOR QUICK SERVICE ROLL-OUT AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
DEVICES TO BE USED AS A SERVICE IN MOBILITY BUSINESSES
SMART MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR URBAN MOBILITY
AS A SERVICE
INTEGRATED MOBILITY SOLUTIONS
BUILD YOUR PORTFOLIO OF SERVICES
PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY
MOBI.ME AT COP21 IN PARIS
CEiiA was present at COP21, the Climate Conference in Paris. Mobi.me, the first smart management system for urban mobility that measures CO2 emissions in real-time, was presented to Ban Ki-Moon, the Secretary General of the United Nations, and John Kerry, the US Secretary of State.
This participation at COP21 was particularly relevant as the final agreement between the parties establishes the need for countries to regularly submit plans for emission reduction (developed countries should do it every 5 years) and the need to monitor their progress. Mobi.me, which monitors mobility emissions, has reinforced its role in promoting sustainability.
Mobi.me had already been considered a reference at the UN COP20 in Lima, Peru. Mobi.me was also awarded as one of best cloud services in Europe by Eurocloud.
The portfolio of projects includes initiatives of electric vehicles charging, bike and scooter sharing, and fleet management in Europe and Brazil, with Operation and Control Centres installed in different locations.