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uh i was thinking about a language she uh and then i said i'm
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the last person so uh usually most people are going to sleep
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uh you don't have to worry about translating a thank you for
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this opportunity to make this a presentation um i do that
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uh_huh
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oh oh
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uh okay think uh this so uh one of the things that uh we haven't looked at is uh
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is the comparison of the amount of energy be neat to transport
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and uh there was one mode of transport that we haven't thought about here and uh the smallest walking
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and uh i think uh one of the things we forget is the the amount of costs
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that we happy dimples on society when we use any of these modes of transport
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now if you take a these modes of transport this was a study done in vancouver this is the only bit of french i have yeah
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uh this was done it it doesn't it fifteen because of the controversy about uh
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using the metro all um or other building on extending the metro in vancouver
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and uh the comparison of the costs actually show that uh the cost societies
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very high if it is a car or a that is a boss
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and uh uh it's actually very low if you walk now you'd
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ask why does it cost for uh you know just walking
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uh one of the things is uh not only the infrastructure
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but the fact that uh pedestrians that actually subjected jackson's
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and that that is cost of safety and um this is something we need to keep
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in mind before we decide on which more transport we want actually a push through
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um hum here is we have a comparison in the infrastructure needed between the different modes of transport
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and as you see 'em you get a lot more people on
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a cycle then uh you would in a yeah the more
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the transport but even though the cyclists take a lot of space
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he put them on on the infrastructure is actually lower
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and uh i show the c. uh uh in a comparison
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between these three different uh electric modes of transport
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you see that the energy consumption uh in the car is about forty colour what it's
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just one car and if you have just one or two people in it this is the amount of energy you need
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in the e. back it's just uh as easy to support wondered what it's actually less than that
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now uh we had a a comparison i think see them actually
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shown a comparison between a much a cop and outside
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you create by creating a a producing electricity uh i came
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up with the seven grams this is from an but
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but i think see them and come up with the figure with something like two hundred fifty grams of a c. o. two
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for every colour what are of a electricity produced so even though
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we what thinking and talking about moving to a electric transportation
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we should not forget that we still actually produce a lot of carbon dioxide
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now in the case of um all these three bagels one of the
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uh things that we also need to think about is the impact
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on uh the environment in the totality which includes the
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material that goes into the creation off these vehicles
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and you see a in the case of a car
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it's about a hundred grams every kilometre you travel
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now uh uh that's quite a lot actually of carbon dioxide so every day
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if you keep travelling in any car you may say you're actually
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a contributing to the environment but you are still creating a lot of carbon dioxide
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and uh if you compare that with any bike you see uh it's only about a two grams
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that's going into a a up into uh the atmosphere
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now um he backs can actually do a lot of transport in the city
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uh you backs can actually cover every a bunch of that you need to cover you can uh transport
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material you can take people with you you can
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actually uh i'm literally do everything even deliveries
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and uh you can see that um this is a one of those uh possibilities that you see unfortunately don't
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see much of that in a switzerland but you see a lot of it in um in denmark
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where children not taking the kindergarten you don't have to use the car you just use one of these uh because
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and this is the elderly we would uh listening to the
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situation with the elderly not being active in society
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one of the issues that you have is a people stay at home and then
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they have social issues they'd be locked up they're not using the car
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so being more active is is an important thing this is a voluntary organisations
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called cycling without age these uh volunteers that take elderly people out
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but uh it actually people people who are not very steady on the feet
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they can actually use these baker's to move around to do the shopping to be independent
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and uh the active and this is an important part of a society
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uh as i said about deliveries you can do delivery is um in a place like that
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here for example uh you can carry five hundred kilos in one of these bagels
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so uh it's a thing that's being done very often many cities
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unfortunate switzerland does not to that advanced in that stage
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but um even the us uh places like portland uh on the best course where
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u. p. s. is actually got the spectral x. and they do deliveries
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so all these vacant as you can see the quite the charging solution
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and uh we have chopping solutions for costs we have starting solutions for a passes but
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we have none for a forty bucks so one of the things that uh
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i am been working on for some time now is to see how is
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it possible for us to to recharge easy bikes on the street anytime
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uh in this in a fashion without changing the baker and um
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here we have the typical you back if you have any back you use the new bike
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you need to plug it in you need to connect the cable need to plug it in and charged it
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oh well you have this modified version i think we saw this uh in the presentation
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where you modify the e. bike and you have a charging solution
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which also tend to solution probably bracketing had this solution in the past i think they've changed it now
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but um i was looking at a solution why can't we take a and
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e. bike which is available in the market and the structure of it
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so and this is the solution that uh i came up with a working together with the university in either don't
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what we have done is actually in this case we have a a modified the e.
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bike we have a plate fitted on it and we connected to the battery
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so we take any e. back that's available in the market any brand we have tested this with different brands
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and uh this is this trauma been working that's truman and this is the charger
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so this can be retrofitted on uh any bike stand anywhere and uh you park the
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bike and it's automated so it charges you don't have to do anything about it
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and the the from the advantage of this is you can have
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uh the delivery baker's also plugging into this and charting themselves
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so this is a something that uh can be used for rental
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baker's so if you want to offer this in a city
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you can have the same system but you can use the same system also propriety bucks
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and um i in many cities cycles of being rented out
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by private people so you can imagine the situation debbie
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the citizens of the city have a their own e. bikes and they can break give it out on rent
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to to it's so you don't have to have a rental system added
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with the costs so this reduces your costs and if you look at infrastructure required
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all that you require here is the charger you can have this at the bike stand you can have this at a cafe and restaurant

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Conference program

Mot de bienvenue
Jean-Baptiste Vaudan, Vice Président de la commune de Bagnes
14 Dec. 2017 · 9:07 a.m.
Introduction au forum
Isabelle Schirmer, Fondatrice du VMIF
14 Dec. 2017 · 9:13 a.m.
Projet Cristal, Commune de Rolle
Cédric Echenard, Commune de Rolle
14 Dec. 2017 · 11:43 a.m.
Mobilité et Santé - Problématique globale
Henk Verloo, HES-SO Valais, Ecole de Santé
14 Dec. 2017 · 2:15 p.m.
Projet WeMap
Maria Sokhn, HES-SO Valais, Institut Informatique de gestion
14 Dec. 2017 · 2:28 p.m.
La mobilité des aînés « comme sur des roulettes » – Formations données en Suisse
Cindy Freudenthaler , Büro für Mobilität AG
14 Dec. 2017 · 2:36 p.m.
Projet Cristal à Leysin
Thierry Chanard, GEA Vallotton et Chanard SA
14 Dec. 2017 · 3:09 p.m.
Plateforme de mobilité MobiVerbier
Cyprien Huissoud , RouteRank Ltd
14 Dec. 2017 · 3:21 p.m.
Service Information Voyageurs, navettes de Verbier
Vincent Rimet, TMR SA
14 Dec. 2017 · 3:32 p.m.
Infrastructure de recharge électrique
Joel di Natale, ALTIS Groupe
14 Dec. 2017 · 3:40 p.m.
Etude pour l’électrification de la flotte de véhicules communaux, Commune de Martigny
Thierry Bernhard et Patrice Moret , Resp: CREM - directeur des écoles communales de Martigny
14 Dec. 2017 · 3:50 p.m.
Questions du public
Panel
14 Dec. 2017 · 4:04 p.m.
Projet NOSE « des services Smart Cities dans les vallées Alpines » - NOSE (NOmadic Sensing Ecosystem)
Yann Bocchi, HES-SO Valais, Département Ingénierie Logicielle
14 Dec. 2017 · 4:12 p.m.
Synthèse de la Journée
Martin Gonzenbach, Conseiller en liaison industrielle, EPFL ENAC & Trace
14 Dec. 2017 · 4:47 p.m.
Clôture du Forum
Isabelle Schirmer, Fondatrice du VMIF
14 Dec. 2017 · 5:05 p.m.

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