ElectricFeel – Driving clean mobility
Bike Sharing on the rise. Close to 1000 cities worldwide have launched bike sharing services in the past ten years, making it the fastest growing transportation system in history.
Unfortunately, due to the unpredictable user demand, the systems are very complex to manage. As a result, they remain unprofitable and are difficult to scale, in spite of the increasing user demand.
Artificial intelligence needed
ElectricFeel has developed a software platform that allows cities and businesses to plan and manage bike, e-bike and e-scooter fleets intelligently.
ElectricFeel’s artificial intelligence algorithms predict user demand and optimize fleet operations. Through an analytics service, better decisions are made and collaboration between cities and businesses is simplified.
Since the introduction of ElectricFeel’s software, we have increased the number of trips by 33%
— Michael Kraus, Board of Directors MVGmeinRad, Mainz Public Transit Company
Climate-KIC and ElectricFeel
Moritz Meenen, founder of ElectricFeel, was a participant of the first education programme of Climate-KIC, summer school The Journey, which started in 2010. He developed his first version of the business plan on that same learning journey.
Inspired by his idea and the six amazing weeks learning about entrepreneurship, he set the building blocks of his start-up.
Shortly afterwards, ElectricFeel received funding support in the Climate KIC Accelerator and gained lots of success. Now Moritz is also project manager of the Climate KIC innovation project – Diffusion of E-bikes.
Climate KIC programmes enabled the founder to fulfil his dream and establish successful company in the European market.
Innovation Project “Diffusion of E-bikes”
Climate-KIC Innovation Project “Diffusion of E-bikes” aims to develop a service that helps cities shift mobility from cars towards e-bikes.
A toolkit, based on ElectricFeel’s software, for smart planning of the introduction of e-bikebased mobility systems will be developed and tested with cities. Cities can still apply.