”Velociti Sp. z o.o. realizuje projekt dofinansowany z Funduszy Europejskich “Rozwój produktu Velociti na rynkach zagranicznych” z Programu Operacyjnego Inteligentny Rozwój, działanie 3.3. Wsparcie promocji oraz internacjonalizacji innowacyjnych przedsiębiorstw, fundusz Europejski Fundusz Rozwoju Regionalnego, perspektywa 2014 – 2020, kwota dofinansowania z UE 300 968,00 zł.
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Sound bicycle infrastructure management for a city with ambitions
Warns drivers in advance that a cyclist is approaching the crossing.
It allows you to analyse bicycle traffic and identify threats.
Due to the analysis and measurement of the traffic, it makes the use of bicycle lanes and pavements more streamlined.
It facilitates the selection of investments and the collection of data essential for the implementation of cycling policies, e.g. regarding the planning of bicycle parking lots.
It provides arguments for the development of bicycle infrastructure or its reconstruction in specific areas of a given city.
It directly affects the safety of cyclists.
Velociti guards the safety of cyclists and gives your city the tools to plan the bicycle infrastructure wisely.
The purpose and values that guide us:
The number of accidents involving cyclists increases every year. Some of them result in serious injuries, a number of them ends in deaths. Velociti – thanks to the V-Guard system – will stop or significantly reduce this negative trend.
Planning the development of city infrastructure
Cities want to be smart, implement innovations for the benefit of their residents. Velociti – using new technologies and advanced analytics – supports reasonable investment planning and better city budget management.
Citizens want their small homelands to emit less CO2 and to be free from smog and pollution, for their own health and the comfort of lives of future generations. Velociti supports green change and pro-ecological efforts of people and city authorities.
Problems we solve:
Danger on bicycle paths and intersections of bicycle routes with the road.
Lack of continuity and consistency of bicycle routes.
Lack of data – or their low quality – which hinders sensible planning of cycling infrastructure.
Inefficient location of parking spaces and parking lots for bicycles.
Lack of surveillance over bicycle and road infrastructure.
Traffic jams in cities.
Smog, air pollution.
Increased CO2 emissions.