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The problem

Wellness Urban Mobility

Transforming cities into places where it is good to live

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, 2020 and 2021 were very difficult years for everyone, especially for the industry which suffered huge damage which is still taking time to remedy. In particular, the automotive and mobility sectors have practically stopped. But perhaps one of the very few positive aspects of this terrible situation has been seeing the growing in public opinion of the awareness that it is increasingly necessary to preserve the environment in which we live and that we cannot leave an ever more polluted and polluted planet to future generations thanks to irresponsible industrial and social policies.

During the pandemic, seeing dolphins going up the Thames, admiring the transparent water in the canals of Venice or feeling the pure air of blue skies above our cities in lockdown, made everyone reflect. One of the topics of greatest sensitivity today is definitely how to improve environmental sustainability and the quality of life in our cities. It is undeniable that the levels of pollution from particulates and fine dusts deriving from the combustion both of heating systems for homes and from industry, and partly also from petrol and diesel mobility, has reached now unacceptable levels.

As regards sustainable mobility, the operating sector of Flymove, many operators around the world have been activated for a long time presenting products, technologies and visions which involve the use of electric propulsion vehicles and the creation of charging networks. The technological effort, especially as regards the generation and use of renewable energy and the development of new batteries that have high capacity, quick recharging and that use as less as possible materials such as lithium and cobalt, is undoubtedly considerable.

But the confusing fact is that looking at the entire panorama of technology offer, there is no single and integrated "platform" which offers city administers an easy-to-implement solution which limits the invasiveness of installation to the maximum, at a clear and gradual cost, and which above all offers efficient services to citizens also guaranteeing economic sustainability for all components involved.

The solution

After some years of work in the field and after successful to acquire a particular awareness about the bureaucratic and institutional problems that a city must face and solve to take the path to sustainable integrated mobility, Flymove announces that it has conceived, developed and implemented the innovative integrated and sustainable mobility platform for cities of the future, called "Wellness Urban Mobility".

The platform, adaptable to any city needs and conformation, both for large modern cities and for small-medium historic cities, it allows the gradual implementation of various levels of green mobility, limiting the need and the infrastructural and aesthetic invasivity to the maximum.

Flymove's "Wellness Urban Mobility" platform is a complete system, a chain which starts from energy management up to the final delivery of services to users who use the city's integrated mobility services. It was created thanks to the close collaboration of many Italian and European companies, synergic with each other, who have made their experience and technology available to Flymove allowing to realize its vision of future mobility.

Economic feasibility analysis and BP



Technical and design analysis

Operational management of the platform

Management of project and operational partners


and start up

Supply of pods, microbuses, buses, taxis

Supply of management software and apps


Urban Mobility

The Flymove Mobility proposal dedicated to municipal administrations to launch a multi-year program for the conversion of public mobility.

Complete package supplied turnkey with guaranteed order.

Single customer who makes the urban structure available, who plans the implementation of the system according to his needs and schedules, and who delivers services to citizens.


End users who benefit from free and paid services, helping to optimize the livability of their own city.

Citizens & Users

City operations center that supervises the entire system and manages the provision of services.

Access to services and information via EVE App and Dianchè car

The integrated mobility plan can be implemented in phases with the gradual implementation of vehicles, stations and services for specific city areas. In the shown case, for a European typical city with approx. 100,000 citizens.

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3

POE S: Point Of Energy Station Small

POE M: Point Of Energy Station Medium

The basic version of the Wellness Urban Mobility platform is designed to meet the mobility needs of a medium-sized city and can be replicated in modules. The main basic indicative characteristics are as follows:

Realization time of all 3 phases

36 months

Total investment* **

55,0 million euro

Total carried passengers

Approx. 4,8 million/year

Employed staff in 3 years


* Divided into variable percentages on a case-by-case basis between public funding, bank loans guaranteed with incentives, private interventions and sponsors.

** Including the cost of all vehicles, all POE Stations, the EVE digital platform, all batteries, city infrastructure costs, software/hardware and contingencies.

Total number of Pods


Total number of Microbus


Total number of Taxis


Total number of POE Stations S+M


Total number of batteries*


Total energy used by the whole system

Approx. 252 MWh/year

* Including all batteries installed into vehicles plus those stored into POE Stations.

Variable Costs*

6,7 million euro/year

Estimated revenues

12,3 million euro/year from Y3

Estimated gross margin

5,6 million euro/year from Y3

Expected depreciation time

7 years

* Including the cost of all personnel, required energy and routine maintenance.

The project developed for the city of Bergamo - Italy

The Bergamo “Port Sud” masterplan provides for an urban and structural intervention on a district located in the immediate vicinity of the city center of Bergamo for an affected area of approximately 1 million m2. With an investment of 630 million euros already allocated, the Porta Sud project is allocated among the major urban redevelopment projects in Italy.

The truly unique feature of the Porta Sud masterplan is certainly its central and strategic position in rail, public, local and airport connections. Orio al Serio airport, third in Italy for passenger traffic, is located less than 5 km from the city center. The area covered by the masterplan is divided into various sections, including residential, health center, university campus, innovation centers and integrated mobility poles.

The project developed for the city of Treviso - Italy

The implementation of the system proposed by Flymove takes place in three distinct phases, gradually and safely. Starting from the Porta Sud area, the system is expandable to the whole city, placing it at the forefront of sustainable public mobility.

The impact of the system on the urban fabric is minimal, with few stations and stops conveniently located throughout the territory, it is possible to serve a huge number of vehicles and transport a large number of passengers.

The system integrates perfectly with other transport platforms, both existing and future, and is also expandable to other types of city vehicles, eg. market vans, logistics, police, etc.

Implementation of an integrated and sustainable electric mobility system, with the creation of five urban lines including a shuttle connection to the airport. Subsequent and gradual expansion of the system in 3 construction phases which will allow complete coverage of all the public mobility needs of the city of Treviso.


The city of Treviso is a typical example of an Italian historic center which however suffers from high levels of traffic and pollution, in addition to the chronic lack of parking for cars. It is a situation that is not easy to solve, as the particular conformation of the urban structure does not allow the adoption of systems that are too technically invasive or have an aesthetic impact.

Flymove's proposal is centered on the creation of a "Surface Metro” which gradually expands its connecting lines. The system, which uses battery swap technology, makes it possible to manage multiple types of vehicles with the same battery standard and above all by using the same stations, strategically positioned.

The construction cost can be approached by a municipal administration and the system guarantees, at full capacity, a significant profitability and allows the investment to be amortized in a few years.

Find out how Flymove can facilitate the adoption of an advanced and low-impact mobility system for your city. The solutions available are adaptable and modular for any urban requirement.

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