Mobility by Colas presents QIEVO at ALICE webinar
On December 15, Mobility by Colas took part in a webinar organized by ALICE (Alliance for Logistics Innovation through Collaboration in Europe), featuring Guillaume Bertrand, Product Manager at Mobility by Colas. ALICE, renowned for its commitment to logistics innovation and collaboration on a European scale, organized this time of exchange to explore the latest trends and challenges in urban logistics.
- Moderator: Magnus Blinge, SCANIA/Vice Chair of ALICE Urban Logistics Group
- Scott Wilding, Transport for London, London’s experience: logistics for urban construction sites
- Guillaume Bertrand, Mobility by COLAS, presentation of use cases of regulation of truck flows generated by major construction sites: in Lyon Part-Dieu and in Athletes’ Village for 2024 Paris Olympic and Paralympic Games
- Satu Reijonen, Forum Virium Helsinki, Piloting autonomous deliveries for construction sites
QIEVO, an urban logistics service
At this event, our product manager presented QIEVO, our urban logistics service offering for major urban construction projects (ZACs, integration of major mobility lines - BHNS / Tram / Métro, etc.). QIEVO is a turnkey solution for local authorities, enabling them to :
- Promote mobility and improve management of urban logistics around a construction site area by controlling the logistics flows related to the operations;
- Mitigate the disturbances caused to users by directing construction site lorries to dedicated routes and by reducing bottlenecks;
- Provide an efficient and reliable site operations planning system to manage site deliveries and on-site lifting equipment;
- Set up an effective monitoring tool for the organising authority and provide additional information to the local traffic control centre.
It has been an opportunity to look back at QIEVO's two use cases on the construction sites in the Part-Dieu district of Lyon and on the construction sites of the Athletes' Village of the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
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