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Modular and scalable mobility hub with charging for shared micromobility

The goal of the project is to develop and test a scalable and modular mobility hub that supports charging of shared electric scooters.

Bild med ett ungt par som håller i varsin elsparkcykel och står på en mindre stadsgata

The purpose is to promote sustainable mobility and reduce environmental impact, as well as increase knowledge and possibly accessibility to shared micro-mobility in both urban and rural areas where establishment can be difficult due to profitability issues. By offering a mobility hub with charging, the solution will reduce the industry´s total environmental impact and make it more resource-efficient by reducing the number of transports and potential vehicles required to change batteries and maintain the vehicles in operation. In addition, the scalable and modular design of the mobility hub will make it easy to adapt to different needs and environments.

Another important advantage of the mobility hub is that it contributes to combined mobility, which means that it facilitates for users to combine different transport options to get to their destination in a sustainable and convenient way. Mobility hubs are often installed near public transport, making it easy for users to combine electric scooters with buses, trains, or subways to travel longer distances.

While this solution promotes sustainability and reduces environmental impact, it also solves parking issues. The idea is that the hubs are placed for free by Standab, which in turn finances the business by charging for charging, compared to the same business model as regular car charging. This will make it cheaper and easier for users while cities can solve parking problems without investment.



Project period
July 2023 - December 2024

Erik Bergqvist, Standab

Anderssons Mekaniska, ID8 Engineering, Tier Mobility & Dott

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