The prestigious grant Horizon 2020 was assigned to Zehus from the European Commission for the Bitride Bike Sharing project. The fund allocated within the innovation program dedicated to mid-sized European companies will allow Bitride to start in Milano in March 2018 with a fleet that will grow up to 350 bikes.
Bitride project has been developed by Zehus in collaboration with Labor SRL and with the Department of Design of Politecnico di Milano.
The core of Bitride, Zehus BIKE+ Technology, was developed starting up in 2013 in collaboration with the mOve research team @Politecnico di Milano and won several international prices.
Thirty and more people worked hard to obtain these results and we are very proud to what we achieved so far.
When presenting the Bitride project, Zehus team emerged for the technological and innovative approach.
According to the jury, the uniqueness of the Zehus BIKE+ technology applied to the free floating bike sharing concept opens to interesting scenarios that will have a positive impact on the urban mobility in Europe.