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The SaveMyBike system constitutes a set of interacting services provided to citizens to improve the usage of bicycle transport and of the other connected sustainable transport modes.

The first one consists of a private bikes theft disincentive service while the second is a sustainable mobility practices rewarding system.

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The SaveMyBike system constitutes a set of interacting services provided to citizens to improve the usage of bicycle transport and of the other connected sustainable transport modes.

The first one consists of a private bikes theft disincentive service while the second is a sustainable mobility practices rewarding system.

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Our targets

The main target is to simplify the way we refer to the soft mobility, to make it convenient, immediate, a certainty in everyday life. The target is to make soft mobility a pleasant habit and not a further difficulty.

To release cities from the oppression of cars, to rediscover the serenity of alternative transport modes, to take on city traffic nodes and to release them once and for all. Sustainable mobility challenges are epochal, but we could begin from small gestures, from everyday life, to reach the target.

Bike service

 

The service is based on the installation of RFID passive sensors on private bikes (used and new ones) and on the bike data sharing such as photos and location, in order to activate two functionalities:

1.Functionality theft-disincentive (development at the prototype level)
The system implements “safe areas” where you can leave your bike, with the issuing of an acoustic signal and a warning on your mobile phone together with the information of the police and other users in case of theft

This system in addition to discouraging theft, tries to solve the problem of urban bikes anarchic parking.

2.Functionality – finding stolen bikes
The bike theft can be reported by the platform and the smartphone application GOOD_GO communicating it to the police and to other users along with the characteristics of the stolen bike. The parking enforcement agents, the police or, in any case the service personnel, have a portable reader that reads the bike sensors along the way recognizing the stolen ones and, therefore, communicating it to the owner. The citizens themselves can recognize the stolen bikes and communicate their position to the platform.

Rewarding system GOOD_GO

 

 

The rewarding system monitors the travel modes used and their routes (in total respect of privacy) and provides information on:

1.avoid air pollution emissions (compared to car trips emission)

2.transport cost per single mode used

3.burned calories and other information on the state of health induced by their mobility

Moreover, points are assigned based on the emission level reached and these points allow access to an awards system.

We are a finalist in the “Achieving sustainability through low carbon emissions” category of the RegioStars 2018

  
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Discover the progress of our project, step by step.

Deliverable 2.1.1

4 July 2018

D.2.1.1 - Report about transport indexes and query functions

The various transport indexes available for citizens and administration are described, divided into the areas of:
- emissions,
- health,
- travel costs.

D_2_1_1-pdf

Deliverable 2.2.1

4 July 2018

D.2.2.1 - Report on reward criteria and their assignment We describe the rewarding system modules: the data collection module, user profiling, management and assignement of the reward rules, communication of actions resulting from the APP user and monitoring of the user's response. Everything is connected with a general Dashboard and with the rewards supply management module.

D_2_2_1-pdf

Paper and poster presented at the conference TRA 2018 in Vienna (16-19/04/2018)

4 July 2018

The whole Partnership has presented an article at the conference TRA-Transport Research Arena in Vienna - 16-19/04/2018. There was considerable interest in the project idea. Poster_TRA2018

TRA2018_10299_Petri-1-pdf

Deliverable 1.3.1

28 November 2017

D.1.3.1 - Stakeholders list This deliverable contains both the contact details of the stakeholders and the outcomes of their first contact

D_1_3_1-1-pdf

Deliverable 1.2.2

28 November 2017

D.1.2.2 - Report on the Rewarding and Global Systems Requirements This deliverable describes the optimal requirements for both the theft de-incentive system and the GOOD_GO platform rewarding system, detailing only the first system like incentive to bicycle use and leaving the detail for the GOOD_GO system to the specific deliverable D_1_2_4 .pdf

D_1_2_2-pdf

Deliverable 3.1.1

28 November 2017

D.3.1.1 - Study and comparison between the available technology solutions The following document describes the distributed antennas (already mentioned in the deliverable 1.2.1) that would be the most innovative solution (compared to panel / pole antennas) for cycling related RFID applications. Along with reflection coefficient measures, reading range estimates for the Locfield antenna, and for cased coaxial cables are reported. Finally, a comparative analysis of the characteristics of the various described antennas is made, highlighting the advantages and disadvantages of each solution

D_3_1_1-pdf

Deliverable 1.2.1

28 November 2017

D.1.2.1 - Report about system hardware requirements for monitoring and idetification and for anti-theft function The Hardware requirements are analyzed: rfid band antennas (standard antennas and radiant cables), subdivision of tags on metal / inlay and related examples

D_1_2_1_-pdf

Deliverable 1.2.4 – 13 October 2017

13 November 2017

D.1.2.4 - Requirements of the software platform The document includes and specifies the reference use cases and functional and non functional requirements for the design of the portal which supports the SaveMyBike project

Deliverable_1_2_4-pdf

Deliverable 1.1.4 – 10 October 2017

13 November 2017

D1.1.4 – Characteristics of SW web platforms for mobility management The most common characteristics, identified in the information systems and in the applications which support the promotion and the management of the green mobility, are reviewed, and, when present, peculiarities specifically connected to the bike usage for the alternative mobility, are underlined.

Deliverable_1_1_4-pdf

Deliverable 1.1.1 – 10 October 2017

13 November 2017

D1.1.1 – State of the art on detection, localization and antitheft systems for bike mobility applications A review on detection and antitheft systems currently in operation, which contain RFID technologies (with a detail on the various technologies used-HF-UHF-LF), GPS, Bluetooth or based on mechanical systems, is presented.

D_1_1_1-pdf

Deliverable 1.1.2 – 28 September 2017

13 November 2017

D1.1.2 – Rewarding systems and good mobility practices. The different faces of rewarding systems, applied to mobility, are presented, existing good practices at European and world level are underlined and the state of the art also at the application level is summarized.

D_1_1_2-pdf

First article of presentation of SaveMyBike project – 27 September 2017

13 November 2017

A first article dealing with the SaveMyBike project has been presented in the 14° Scientific and Technical Conference on Transport Systems – Theory and Practice, which took place in Katowice, Poland, on from 18 to 19 September 2017.

Articolo_Katowice_2017-pdf

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