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Uh but should all in ones just see yeah
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about the who's lead into the we should
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easy it was to assume it it could
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entice you to present to you got one
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only bus amount of was more still
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present this a conference April
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minutely as can proceed. Um I've
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actually I don't come from the mobility
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or transport background I grew up
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always one era still wrapped in
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england. And spend most of my child and
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my time travelling around the world.
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And your car really was the results of
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many years of of trying to go from
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places from a TV and and and not being
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able to that's so well with public
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transport. And trying to find a
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solution that would actually go well
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with environment as we've heard a
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little bit and don't today what we what
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we're looking to do is is not to to
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preach about environmental do the
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benefit so you know that's what we try
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to the rather is to create a solution
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it's easy enough it's comfy enough it's
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it's affordable enough for anyone to
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just kind of use it without thinking
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about those benefits the realising
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those benefits anyway as part of their
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daily use. So that's what you're about
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we have a number solution that we kind
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of developing cash areas one of them.
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And today we we actually launching in
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two different countries in europe. So
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it's in european program. I want it
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would tell you a lot about in detail
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about those projects because they just
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just about the one show but if you are
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interested to find out more we can do
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that privately. But I'll give enough so
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you you get understanding of what we
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had about and what we what we trying to
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do. So I just I just press. So your car
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as a saints is all about electric
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ushered mobility and when you think
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about the electric as in most people
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think that it is a new things but it's
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not actually being allergic has been
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around for about two hundred years
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would you believe it. And when they
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created actually everyone laughed it
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because it's quiet it was it since now
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it was really a was one the most
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popular modes of transport back in the
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nineteen eighty nineteen hundreds sort
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like nineteen hundreds. And but then
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how long cleaned it better engines
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became much cheaper. And therefore much
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more popular and before you know made
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nineteen fifties the gel it got
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electric cars a drill disappeared. So
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if you just take a moment in trying to
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imagine what the world would be like
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today without if that it that didn't
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happen if we had succeeded back then
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and trying to measure a world without
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the pollution and the noise that
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virtual cask costs today. So the seen
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before cars were really kind of mates
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freedom mobility today it the morse
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associated with you know the bad words
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and and and negative stuff. But and
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we've got a lot of them today one point
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bill and that was already that number
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already it's much better than that we
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continue to head and the the the Kurds
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continue to grow despite eighteen to
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twenty five taking place driving test
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and and less doesn't you know being so
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to that sort of age group the numbers
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are still growing and we're looking at
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is about to be link eyes by mid
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twenties thirties that's what and Lisa
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saying and the colours that the the
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silk road showing that as well. So the
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problem is not likely to go away. So
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right in trying to to fight it's I
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guess a car we need to find solutions
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that can be in it that easy to use and
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that work. And if you think about sums
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of costs and that's just for the you by
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the latest about one point forth for
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three three then cost just to deal with
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air pollution in itself so as a huge
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amount of money trying to solve that
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one ideally base so when you talk about
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infrastructure costs in other costs
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actually implement and the trick as
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when you compared to this is just a
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drop in the ocean but there's a a real
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culture change a needs to happen in
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order for that's for electric cars to
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be again one of the most most popular
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modes of transport today when you think
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about in terms of noise traffic noise
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so when you talk about time typically
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we talk about pollution and pollution
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but there's a big problem in terms of
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noise pollution as well. And the figure
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for for for the european unity ease for
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TV then every to treat each problems to
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deal with it just annoys traffic noise
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in which one is about one point seven
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billion just since it's nine small
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contracts it's on you think pretty
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quiet you think it's one point seven
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billion E and but the biggest costs not
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even backed the biggest cost these six
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hundred thousand people die prematurely
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just in the U today every as a direct
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result of pollution noise. And people
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like you we were which going about the
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days. So the real cost to this and
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that's one thing that motivates me
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personally. But as we said we're not
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going to pray to hit a great solutions
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that easy to have everyone can use. So
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but it it is a big it is a big
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challenge and not just for lunch it's
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like London so you know that came out
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the first week of the they completely
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blew all the limits for the entire
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year. So but if you look at smaller
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places well someone we it's got one of
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the worst air pollution levels in
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France and in Europe as well so affect
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smaller cities as well. Um and and the
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thing is it's not likely to go very
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very easily because even today the
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kinds the the moment a person
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transportation you know most people
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would kind of want to continue to use
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the cons it's gonna be there for while
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delighted in the design is now with the
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new technology smart from technology we
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can actually be a lot clever about how
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we share this mobility that's been a
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really growth in cachet capturing of
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the last few years. And frost and
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Sullivan to make some really good
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prediction so we hope the right. Um
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because the say that within X five is
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also we're looking to double the number
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of fact has been shared in the number
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of people actually using those services
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and we see this is a the part of the
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trend is understand that some to do
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with it with the cost of owning times.
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And you know that could do the cost
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parking all those kind of society cost
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has something to do with it and because
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we have so we'll still so much attached
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to the cars cashier really works
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because you can have a car without
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owning one and actually just use it
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whenever you need it so what we what we
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can to developing electric bass sorta
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clustering solutions because we
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understand that people and not just
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gonna leave out the car very easily. So
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we grading solutions that allow them to
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still have the convenience to use a cow
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one evidence they want but just so in a
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sort of more environmentally friendly
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sort of way. So our cars all all the
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ninety percent electric for as easy to
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do that then someone's been market for
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a long time because as well as a number
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say we're born electric so our business
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model everything's is geared towards
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that's we operate very much within the
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organs sort of environments. So we
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shorter distance is there will allow us
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to kinda operator ineffective business
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model. Um and the other begins that
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much is the emission free but if it's
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really coming the flexible and
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affordable. So in terms of the
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potential impact it would seem a lot of
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different starts about this you may
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have seen a lot of difference that's
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about this and if you look at different
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countries different projects different
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companies still give you some sort of
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different figures this is just to say
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that in average you could expect it's
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cash and shapes to to take about print
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about eleven not all the kinds of the
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road. So is the big impact in terms of
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traffic congestion space in the C D.'s
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imagine if cities even have to give so
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much space away for for parking. And in
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terms of environmental impact is that
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he's one as well. So based on five
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thousand kilometres the you know one
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car shared when electric fashion would
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save is run about nine point seven tons
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of CO though without us even talking
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about emissions and and noise. So it's
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very quickly that way that we our
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system works we have some clever stuff
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that goes into the car that's my take a
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technical temperate some clever boxing
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gloves in that that allows us to break
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the costs remotely using this this
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month phone and we have a very powerful
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back and everybody can connect pretty
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much you know the system so if if we
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kind of talking about maybe we can
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integrate with a ski passes we can
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integrate with public transport we can
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play some very clever solutions
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together with our smart application and
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the same technology is used bar people
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on the back and to operator fleet so
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people can use it to book at but also
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we can use it to manage we can measure
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the the all the fleet we manage
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communication with our uses and
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customer support and we can send out
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notifications via email. And SMS and
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whatever else. And sorry and this icon
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happen to be need some sort of
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maintenance it goes off the system so
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it's not books very quickly in terms of
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three key steps you're actually using
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this microphone all the white if you
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want to web browser then you kind of
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use this much fun to look at the costs
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because what we kind of let's move to
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the next slide or quickly the this
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system that we currently deploy ease
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voice called free floating which means
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that occur as a place within a really
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within the CT so we can pick them up
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from whatever you want drop them up
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whatever whatever you want within that
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specified location which again it's
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much more convenient and user friendly.
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And then when you compare free floating
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to the other modes of sharing you
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realise that because of its convenience
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and flexibility it has a a much bigger
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sort of up to you to the public. So
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that's why we kind of going down the
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free floating wrote in looking for the
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all the ways to compliments public
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transport. So in terms of revenue model
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again we kind of about a large so I
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won't go to much of this but suffice to
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say that we have in one registration
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fee you won't have monthly fees just
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make it is for people to to join and
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then people be able to pay by minutes
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with some package that we we designing
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to to make that more frequent use
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cheaper and an easier everything would
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be included the insurance parking
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everything else. And the way that we
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typically find a project would be
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mostly through our own private
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investors and then we look at public
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finding ways available to compliment
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that's and one you kinda looking at any
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project what's really important twice
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we kinda go through all this and and
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number one there needs to be some sort
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of public support not necessary from
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the money perspective but from I go
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what vision perspective we need to
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understand what seat is a trying to
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accomplish with with them abilities
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with that environmental goals there's a
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lot in the U right now about a portion
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limits. So us it is a little bit under
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pressure to kind of come in on those
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limits otherwise it'll be liable for
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pain a lot of money to the you we look
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at things like infrastructure whether
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or not there is a fire charging
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infrastructure in place will look for
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strong local support from the business
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community as well that's from the user
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base as well. And typically wall makes
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a really good case price is where you
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find there is a high concentration of
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population and there is no where
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parking is difficult because then as we
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talking about construct before people
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still want the car but they can it
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becomes really inconvenient so cost
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sharing special but class sharing you
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know freefall sort of model becomes one
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of the solution emphasises one the
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which is not the only solution but it
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works really well especially if you're
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integrating with things like public
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transport in other projects within the
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region because I think we all trying to
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achieve you know very kind of high
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level sorta go here and then make sense
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that we work together to achieve that
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goal I think there's been a lot of
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studies that says the more cash our
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operations within reason the more
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people likely to use them over all the
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systems because it's people get snow it
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after that's more information people
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get to really understand the benefits
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for them financially and also
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eventually for the environment as well.
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So our our kind of leave it then but if
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you do this one more things will be
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also working without the EPFL on a on a
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studies. Well we're gonna be wanting
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we're gonna be actually running some
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slides as well. So we can actually have
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some independent starts that weaken
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next time we come here. I like to to
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present actually some some some of
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those that's to you and show how is
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actually benefiting. So I'll leave that
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but if you do you have any questions
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I'll be able to and quietly answer
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that's again you know I think it's a a
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joint effort. So partnership
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opportunities cities investment
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opportunities one discuss that a little
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bit more so the what about the scum and
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talk to me and I'll try to answer any
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potential questions in french as well

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Ouverture du Forum
Isabelle Schirmer, Fondatrice du VMIF
7 April 2016 · 9:18 a.m.
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Bienvenue et éclairage de la Commune de Bagnes
Eloi Rossier , Président de la Commune de Bagnes
7 April 2016 · 9:23 a.m.
Prospective : Tendances et Innovations dans la Mobilité Partagée
Nicolas Louvet, Directeur, 6 t Bureau d’étude et de recherche
7 April 2016 · 9:32 a.m.
Projets et solutions innovantes: Introduction
Isabelle Schirmer, Fondatrice du VMIF
7 April 2016 · 10:10 a.m.
Covoiturage dans l’arc jurassien depuis 2011, retour d’expérience
Giorgio Giovannini, Directeur Général, Mobilidée Sàrl
7 April 2016 · 10:13 a.m.
Taxito, Trait d'union entre transport public et privé en zone rurale
Martin Beutler, Fondateur et Dirigeant
7 April 2016 · 10:27 a.m.
YoCar Projet d’autopartage électrique sans emplacement fixe
Walter Cruz, Fondateur
7 April 2016 · 10:39 a.m.
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Catch a Car ! Premiers résultats de l’expérience Mobility à Bâle
Luis-Miguel Gomes, Mobility CarSharing AG
7 April 2016 · 10:54 a.m.
Problématique mobilité de la Commune de Bagnes et Projet du Dernier KM à Verbier - Partie 1
Patrick Bruchez , Conseiller Communal
7 April 2016 · 11:54 a.m.
Problématique mobilité de la Commune de Bagnes et Projet du Dernier KM à Verbier - Partie 2
Tristan Larpin , Aménagiste Communal
7 April 2016 · 12:03 p.m.
Débat sur l’évolution de la mobilité partagée en Suisse
Professeur Pini, Christian Hänggi, Giorgio Giovannini, Martin Beutler, Walter Cruz, Luis-Miguel Gomes, Bruno Flinois, Modéré par César Conforti
7 April 2016 · 12:17 p.m.
Présentation du SRTCE
Vincent Pellissier, Ingénieur cantonal et Chef du Service des routes, transports et cours d’eau (SRTCE)
7 April 2016 · 2:20 p.m.
Politique de Mobilité Cantonale – Canton du Valais
Vincent Pellissier, Ingénieur cantonal et Chef du Service des routes, transports et cours d’eau (SRTCE)
7 April 2016 · 2:45 p.m.
Solution Cristal : système de transport bimodal et électrique
Jean François Argence, Directeur Nouvelles Mobilités, Lohr Industrie
7 April 2016 · 3:06 p.m.
Le vélo, alternative ou complément aux solutions à 4 roues ?
Vincent Pellissier, Ingénieur cantonal et Chef du Service des routes, transports et cours d’eau (SRTCE)
7 April 2016 · 3:45 p.m.
‘Big Data au Service de la Mobilité' Utilisation à Montreux et Pully
Raphael Rollier, Swisscom SA., responsable du programme Smart City
7 April 2016 · 4:12 p.m.
Questions - Réponses
Raphael Rollier, Swisscom SA., responsable du programme Smart City
7 April 2016 · 4:28 p.m.
Clôture du Forum
Isabelle Schirmer, Fondatrice du VMIF
7 April 2016 · 4:47 p.m.