onway wins rnv tender

As part of a public tender, Rhein-Neckar-Verkehr GmbH (rnv) sought a supplier for central data routers, management systems, EcoDrive support and subsequent installation of the complete solution in 130 buses and 185 trams within the local public transport system. Thanks to the intelligent IT architecture, all subsystems installed in buses and trains are networked via a single data router. As a result, the number of SIM cards and antennas previously in use can be reduced.

Furthermore, the data router is designed to share a variety of real-time data that will allow the operator to optimise internal processes and reduce costs. In addition to passenger count data and CCTV recordings, this also includes various vehicle data such as fault messages, diesel consumption, remaining range for e-buses, etc.

To improve environmental friendliness, an eco-profiling app is also being introduced, which analyses and evaluates driving style using a variety of CAN bus data and compares it with the driving style of other drivers on the same route. An app with extensive evaluation options supports drivers to optimise their driving style, thereby reducing the pollutant emissions across the entire fleet.

Furthermore, passengers will be offered a higher quality of transport thanks to a passenger WLAN.

Webinar on EcoDrive solutions in public transport

Together with TPF/TPG, the University of Applied Sciences Geneva has developed an app that measures the driving style of bus drivers in terms of ecology and comfort and compares it with that of their colleagues. The smart application is not only convincing in times of high fuel prices. It protects the climate with more than 10% savings in diesel consumption.
In our webinar, we present how the MOBIxDRIVE application works and what advantages it offers public transport companies. In addition, onway ag shows how the solution can be easily operated as an app on a central router.

Beat Stettler • onway ag
Vincent Gremaud • MOBIxSOLUTIONS
Christian Abegg • MOBIxSOLUTIONS

The webinar is held in German.