Japan Platform for Redesign: Sustainable Infrastructure (JPRSI)

JPRSI Member Associations

RideShare

Global Warming Eco-Mobility Electric Vehicle (EV)

Technology / Service Summary

"RideShare" is a service that shares electric bikes, drive yourself or have someone drive you on board. You can carry out daily trips with an electric motorcycle that is inexpensive and fun to drive.

Purpose

Realizing the decarbonized society by Smart Mobility

Feature

・Connected Electric Motorcycle
・Fleet Management using GPS
・Smart Battery
・No more ownership

Effect

・Always connected. Efficient sharing of electric bikes is possible using this technology.
・Position information is captured in real time by GPS. The arrival time is also obvious due to the geofence function.
・A portable smart battery managed in the cloud. The travelable distance can also be calculated from the charge / discharge history.
・From possession to use. Not only fuel cost but also initial investment cost and maintenance fee are unnecessary.

Reference

Applicable Regions / Countries

  • Japan
  • Southeast Asia
  • Central/South Asia
  • China/ East Asia
  • Middle East
  • Africa
  • Oceania
  • Europe
  • Central/South America
  • No restriction

Accomplishments

2014: A demonstration of driving a traditional Cambodian Tuk Tuk with an electric motorcycle was conducted in a project of the Ministry of the Environment of Japan.
2018: A private-sector led by a major Japanese company implemented a connected electric motorcycle rental service (nori nori) for international tourists.
2019: We manufactured a connected electric cart that reuses the main parts of Toyota's Prius at Siem Reap and demonstrated the mobility service.

Related SDGs Goals

  • 7. Affordable and Clean Energy
  • 11. Sustainable Cities and Communities
  • 13. Climate Action
  • 17. Partnerships to achieve the Goal

RideShare