Pendel co-founders Christian Riester (left) and Giel Mertens (right) 2022 was the year that Pendel’s autonomous mobility service hit the road and showed public authorities and site operators what autonomous vehicles can really do On a sunny morning in May
Pendel Mobility has launched an insight guide to prepare transport planners, city authorities, site managers and private companies to become early leaders in autonomous mobility. Through this insight guide you’ll learn everything we did over the course of our one-month autonomous vehicle
On August 22nd, the Region of Hannover, together with Pendel Mobility, inaugurated a new autonomous vehicle project. We took the time to sit down with Christian Riester to chat and learn more about it. Hi Christian! It’s great to take
On Tuesday, 24th of June, Pendel Mobility launched its first Pilot offering a transport service with an automated shuttle in the City of Barcelona! This pilot serves as a kick-off for Pendel Mobility, as well as for the Port de Barcelona in
It’s official! Operations with the autonomous shuttle at the Port of Barcelona have just started! And there is no better way to celebrate it than with interviews on La Xarxa de Comunicació Local and Radiotelevisión Española with Pendel Mobility’s co-founder Christian Riester and CMO Jonathan Sanz Carcelén!
Pendel Mobility was invited by ministries, innovation centres and leading companies in Dubai and Abu Dhabi to discuss and share knowledge on how all-inclusive transport services with autonomous vehicles can be integrated into current transport systems. Great to see that
Demand-responsive transport services with automated shuttles offers an unparalleled opportunity to substitute private car usage in suburbs through an effective public transport system.
Pendel Mobility has been selected as one of the 5 startups that will participate in the accelerator programme of EIT Urban Mobility Hub South! Pendel Mobility will benefit from financial support, mentoring, training, expert workshops, free office space, access to
How should the public transport of the future deal with situations where demand fluctuates throughout the day, week, month or even year?
Why closed environments can be used as a steppingstone towards the full potential of AV