Project Description

  • Innovation
  • 1 January 2024
  • 31 December 2024
  • PowerHUB
  • €585,312

The innovative Parkedbyme project focuses on refining smart applications and sensors to achieve precise parking for shared bicycles, e-bikes, and e-scooters within designated areas. The primary objective is to elevate parking accuracy to the centimetre level by developing advanced algorithms for positioning and detecting the direction of the BLE-Tag, enabling parking spaces up to 12 metres wide.

The anticipated outcomes of this project include the creation of a high-precision parking service for shared micromobility vehicles at designated locations. This service not only enhances the efficient utilisation of public space but also promotes increased usage of these vehicles. The parking and tracking system uniquely identifies the usage patterns of cycling vehicles, allowing for operational optimisation and better management of the available fleet. By curbing unregulated parking in inconvenient locations, the project aims to cultivate a positive image of shared micromobility.

Through the implementation of this smart parking system, Parkedbyme seeks to provide municipalities with a powerful tool to improve the overall adoption of sustainable mobility options among urban populations. The project’s main deliverable is the development of new hardware and software services dedicated to micromobility parking, making Parkedbyme a groundbreaking initiative dedicated to enhancing sustainable city transport and optimising public space utilisation.


The project aims to address the lack of systematic approach to the use of micromobility vehicles, leading to issues such as overcrowded parking areas or improper parking outside designated zones.

Main Objective

Parkedbyme aims to encourage the use of micromobility and its efficient parking operation in cities.


Parkedbyme will produce a high-precision parking solution for shared bicycles, e-bikes, and e-scooters at designated locations which will enable better use of public space, and the increased usage of such vehicles.



Project lead

Pavel Chroust