Support research projects and change the mobility of tomorrow
To get a picture of everyday mobility, InnoZ runs the mobility monitor (globally). This study is ongoing and aims to identify trends in mobility patterns .
To all Berliners: Cargobikes for Berlin - Green cargo chains for the city of tomorrow
Mobility Patterns in Maastricht and Berlin (NL/GER)
How do we move around in our city and what influences our behaviour?
Completed research projects
Mobility in Aachen (GER)
Citizens of Aachen can help us to shape the future of mobility in the city. The research team wants to understand the status quo of mobility in Aachen. Goal: Shaping the local mobility system even more demand responsive.
Transportation Tomorrow Survey Field Test (Toronto, Canada)
We worked with the University of Toronto by providing modalyzer technology for a feasibility study preceding a major mobility survey.
Movilidad de Ibagué - la movilidad del futuro (COL)
Local citizens are invited to help shaping the future mobility of Ibagué by participating within this project! Track your everyday mobility with modalyzer.
Creating sustainable mobility plans for four Ukrainian cities (UKR)
The mobility systems of Chernivtsi, Zhytomyr, Poltava and Vinnytsia has been analyzed. Citizens helped shaping the future mobility by participating within this project.
RadSpurenLeser analyzes the mobility behavior at the switch between bicycle and public transportation in Berlin (Germany). Via modalyzer, we will analyze inter- and multimodal behavior and the impact on choice of transportation modes.
In the project DIMIS, the DIMIS-app (Android only) was tested by friendly-users. The app integrated features for new mobility services and indoor navigation. The study analyzed the usage of these new information services and information needs.
Guide2Wear (AUT, ESP, SWE, GER)
How are Smart Glasses and Smart Watches changing intermodal travelling in future? Guide2Wear analyzes, if there are differences in the combination of transportation modes in Germany, Austria, Spain and Sweden.
The project Multimo evaluates new trends in every day mobility. The target group are especially residents of urban areas with multimodal mobility options. It is analyzed how these new mobility services are used.
The research project WiMobil analyzes the impact of E-carsharing schemes on mobility and environment in urban spaces. By recording your individual mobility via modalyzer, the effect of mobility behavior on the environment is quantified.