The Galileo For Mobility pilot will consist of an EV car- and e-bike-based sharing service with a mixed fleet of 10 electric cars and 20 electric bikes that will be tracked with Galileo technology.
During the day, the fleet will be used for journeys between specific locations in the area. Clem’ has been working with the regional and local authorities of Paris Saclay to develop a multi-service mobility platform that offers electric car and e-bike sharing, carpooling, charging point management as well as displaying information on local public transport. The company is also working with social housing located at the plateau to implement a car sharing service, where students of the university Ecole Polytechnique live. Consequently, the pilot will combine diversity of use (electric cars and e-bikes, hub and loop models) and users (students, researchers, employees and inhabitants).
Bikes will be operated in a “one-way” sharing model (enabling users to ride them from point “A” to “B”) while cars will be in a “loop” configuration (vehicles taken from point “A” and returned to that same location).