This video illustrates some of our technologies and innovations for Smart City IoT projects. This technology has been deployed in a 360 square block Smart City deployment in City of St. Louis.
Labyrinth Technologies has been working closely with other cities and other entities to develop and implement our patented IoT Smart City Platform.
Labyrinth Smart Mobility, Inc.™ (LSM) is a private company specializing in Low-Speed Electric Vehicles (LSEVs), integrated technologies, and micro transit solutions.
Our Mission Statement: Utilizing technology to create an intelligent mobility system to realize efficiencies, improve safety, facilitate economic growth, and enhancing the quality of life is Labyrinth Smart Mobility's core purpose.
LSM operates intelligent electric vehicles connecting mobility to smart infrastructure providing a platform for operational enhancements and data collection. Intelligent vehicles incorporate technologies that benefit the areas in which they operate: cleaning the air, sampling air quality, collecting data (internal and external), and adding other applications of scientific knowledge. LSM’s turn-key solution provides equitable mobility consisting of safe electric vehicles, trained operators/ambassadors, data, management, and insurance. Established operating protocols allow everyone to fully utilize the service regardless of individual circumstances or limitations. The vehicles have V2V and V2X technology and connect to infrastructure with the capability to be autonomous. LSM’s target market is in the industry of transportation of people and goods.
LSM Smart Mobility To Smart Infrastructure. ™
LSM provides safe, scalable, sustainable and equitable electric mobility solutions married with technology:
•Horizontal Elevator ™
•Last mile connectors to mass transit
•Developers, Corporate and University campuses
•On-Demand Electric Circulators
•Data aggregation and Connected fleets
•In-house Autonomous Vehicle Integration
Labyrinth Smart Mobility Inc. ™ (LSM) is solving transportation problems with their micro-transit solution utilizing Low Speed Electric Vehicles (LSEVs). LSM integrates its transportation system (drivers, electric vehicles, and technology with data collection) into specific community areas to connect people to identified needed resources. LSM provides a Horizontal Elevator™ to ease travel through zones without concern of ability to pay for service but instead is built into the infrastructure as an equitable amenity. This creates an immediate impact on access to vital resources (healthcare, education, employment, healthy foods, city services) while fueling economic and community development. “Access to mobility creates economic stability ™ .”
Lack of Access to Resources (car dependent system): This is a concern for those needing access to Employment, Education, Healthcare, Healthy Food, Entertainment, Mass Transit, & other Human Connections.
Safety: Statistically auto transportation is the number one cause of death in people ages 5 to 29.
Traffic Congestion and Pollution: Transportation is the top sector for U.S. climate pollution; currently at 29% with continued emissions growth.
Cost of Individual Vehicles and Access to Public Transportation: Parking, infrastructure and fuel consume resources and impede access to public transit.
Connectivity and Parking: Allow everyone the ability to get to where they need to go through the district and reduce the need for parking.
Provide Mobility as a Utility: Utilize free, safe On-Demand Low Speed Electric Vehicles as a platform for incorporating other technologies.
Drive access to Community Resources: Reduce the need for individual automobiles. Connect people to resources they need: Healthcare, Education, Healthy Food, Public Transportation, City Services, other Human and Community Connections.
Reclaim Infrastructure: Utilize space efficiently and reclaim Parking, Rail and Roads.
Engage and Connect the Community
•Equitable mobility consisting of safe electric vehicles
•Trained operators (Ambassadors)
Smart mobility refers to using modes of transportation alongside or even instead of owning a gas-powered vehicle. This can take on many different forms, including ride-sharing, car-sharing, public transportation, walking, biking, and more. The need for smart mobility arose out of increasing traffic congestion and its related side effects, including pollution, fatalities, and wasted time.
The concept of transportation can be boiled down to two parts: individually-owned cars and public transportation systems. The car has transformed cities and the way we live. As urbanization and populations have increased, road traffic has become a huge problem in cities across the world. The concept of smart mobility includes a wide range of modes of transportation: kick scooters, bicycles (regular, electric, foldable), buses, light rail trains, subways, streetcars, taxis, autonomous vehicles, walking and the list is growing. In other words, users have the option to own or share. The bottom line is that smart mobility is built on the following principles:
Flexibility: Multiple modes of transportation allow users to choose which ones work best for a given situation.
Efficiency: The trip gets the traveler to their destination with minimal disruption and in as little time as possible.
Integration: The full route is planned door-to-door, regardless of which modes of transportation are used.
Clean Technology: Transportation moves away from pollution-causing vehicles to zero-emission ones.
Safety: Fatalities and injuries are drastically reduced.
Smart mobility can integrate autonomous vehicles or driverless or self-driving car, creating a new concept of cars. Ultimately, this technology is capable of reading and sensing the environment and operates without human input. Currently, many major players are contributing in the development of semi-autonomous and fully autonomous vehicles.