modalyzer is closing

Dear modalyzer-User,

modalyzer will close down by the end of April and the service will no longer be available. Responsible for modalyzer was the research institute InnoZ. InnoZ will go out of business on April 30, 2019 – thereby modalyzer will end its operational service. You can download all your data as a geojson-file on your profile on the modalyzer-website.

We like to thank you for your support and hope you had some fun with modalyzer and get some insights into your mobility behaviour. If you would like to continue tracking your mobility, then you can download the Motion-Tag App, available in the stores for Android and iOS, just have a look for "MotionTag". Since fall 2018 modalyzer is using the backend-system of MotionTag for the mode-identification.

Stay mobile!

Your modalyzer-Team

Mobility in Aachen (GER)

Additional information on data privacy

Goal of analysis:

The data set will be used to reach following goals: - Representation of the status quo of the traffic behaviour of the citizens of Aachen - Development of a transport model for a better understanding of path relations - Identification of potentials for a faster, safer and demand-oriented mobility offer - Deriving recommendations of action for the city of Aachen, Velocity and other mobility service providers

Analyzes include especially volume of tables, graphic analyzes, and mode-specific and type-specific statistics. Gathered aggregated data can be published. Your individual mobility data will be not accessible at any point to external stakeholders. We are analyzing aggregated data sets by default - in other words, data sets of the entire sample or bigger subgroups.

Project runtime:

August 1st - September 25th 2018

Integration of previously recorded modalyzer data:

If you participate in the project, all previously recorded data within the project runtime (August 1st - September 25th 2018) will be integrated in the analysis.

Responsible companies:

InnoZ GmbH, Germany RWTH Aachen (Production Engineering of E-Mobility Components), Germany Ford Research & Innovation Center Aachen, Germany


Enrico Howe, InnoZ GmbH, <>