Projects overview

Support research projects and change the mobility of tomorrow

Mobility Monitor

Mobility Monitor

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 .

  • Long-term study
  • 307 participants
  • 24,023 days
  • 1408085 km
 Mobility advice for new residents in Munich (GER)

Mobility advice for new residents in Munich (GER)

modalyzer invites people who just moved to Munich (GER) to participate in this project. We will analyze general mobility and for example demands for new bike lanes or public transportation routes.

  • 19.09.2016 - 18.09.2017
  • 21 participants
  • 550 days
  • 77998 km
We create our Vinnytsia (UKR)

We create our Vinnytsia (UKR)

Currently, the mobility system of Vinnytsia is analyzed. Help shaping the future mobility of your city by participating within this project! Track your everyday mobility with modalyzer.

  • 01.02. - 30.06.2017
  • 277 participants
  • 3,272 days
  • 74642 km
Brightening the Bright (Chernivtsi, UKR)

Brightening the Bright (Chernivtsi, UKR)

Currently, the mobility system of Chernivtsi is analyzed. Help shaping the future mobility of your city by participating within this project! Track your everyday mobility with modalyzer.

  • 01.02. - 30.06.2017
  • 281 participants
  • 2,702 days
  • 34643 km
My Poltava – my future (UKR)

My Poltava – my future (UKR)

Currently, the mobility system of Poltava is analyzed. Help shaping the future mobility of your city by participating within this project! Track your everyday mobility with modalyzer.

  • 01.02. - 30.06.2017
  • 292 participants
  • 3,072 days
  • 53060 km
Live Zhytomyr – create Zhytomyr (UKR)

Live Zhytomyr – create Zhytomyr (UKR)

Currently, the mobility system of Zhytomyr is analyzed. Help shaping the future mobility of your city by participating within this project! Track your everyday mobility with modalyzer.

  • 01.02. - 30.06.2017
  • 276 participants
  • 3,688 days
  • 73691 km

Completed research projects

Transport Engineering at UPIICSA-IPN: urban mobility research (MEX)

Transport Engineering at UPIICSA-IPN: urban mobility research (MEX)

Students and faculty of the Transportation Engineering program at the Interdisciplinary School of the Polytechnic Institute (UPIICSA-IPN) in Mexico are using modalyzer as a tool to analyze mobility habits of the university community in the Mexico City Metropolitan Area (MCMA).

  • 02.05. - 15.05.2017
  • 37 participants
  • 239 days
  • 6915 km
Radbahn Berlin (GER)

Radbahn Berlin (GER)

What would it mean if a comfortable and covered bike lane connected different neighbourhoods of Berlin? How many people would use it?

  • 19.01. - 18.04.2017
  • 35 participants
  • 810 days
  • 48677 km
naturtrip.org (GER)

naturtrip.org (GER)

How many car trips can be replaced by naturtrip.org? Naturtrip and modalyzer analyze the CO2 reductions potential in leisure time mobility in Berlin/Brandenburg (Germany).

  • 14.06. - 31.12.2016
  • 23 participants
  • 1,809 days
  • 154252 km
TINK (GER)

TINK (GER)

TINK is implementing two rental schemes for cargo bikes in Norderstedt and Konstanz (GER). Users are invited to collect tracks with modalyzer.

  • 27.09. - 26.11.2016
  • 11 participants
  • 141 days
  • 5784 km
RadSpurenLeser (GER)

RadSpurenLeser (GER)

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.

  • 01.01. - 31.05.2016
  • 151 participants
  • 6,130 days
  • 269952 km
DIMIS (GER)

DIMIS (GER)

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.

  • 01.09.2015 - 29.02.2016
  • 58 participants
  • 1,942 days
  • 98098 km
Guide2Wear (AUT, ESP, SWE, GER)

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.

  • 01.05. - 31.10.2015
  • 91 participants
  • 5,527 days
  • 311034 km
Multimo (GER)

Multimo (GER)

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.

  • 01.05. - 31.05.2015
  • 730 participants
  • 9,669 days
  • 442006 km
WiMobil (GER)

WiMobil (GER)

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.