Anadue is excited to join top decision makers and influencers planning how Britain's next generation broadband technologies are enabling an economic revolution in the UK at Connected Britain.
Shared Micromobility relies on constant communication between the fleet of bikes, e-bikes and e-scooters, the scheme operator and their customers. The fleet is a "swarm" of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, managed and maintained on the streets by the operator, proactively communicating its location, battery charge level, any faults, and potentially, a wide range of other information (has it fallen over, is it being ridden in a dangerous way, what is happening around the vehicle?). The customer also relies on real-time data to find the nearest available vehicle, unlock/lock it, "charge" their account and more. Shared micromobility can be integrated into the smart-city infrastructure of future cities.
Anadue uses Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to provide the shared mobility operator and the local authority with vital information that enables them to make shared micromobility safe, efficient and profitable. Clean, flexible, affordable, low carbon transport when and where people need it. There isn't a more Connected transport option.
Anadue is exhibiting in the Start-up area from 21st - 22nd September at London’s Business Design Centre.