The data collected from the Ecowatch vehicles will be published soon
Air pollution (CO2, PMI, NH3, Methane)
Heat and humidity
Noise and traffic pollution
Electric car sharing
improves the quality
of the urban environment
and public health
Eight electric Share’ngo cars will collect six-months-worth of environmental data in Milan, transferring it directly to the local government through an on-board Wi-Fi connection.
This is the first experimental project of its kind in the world.
News and Updates
The birth of ECOWATCH in Milan, in collaboration with Fastweb and AMAT, is the first step of a burgeoning revolution.
This revolution promises a decline in the use of privately-owned cars, the restoration of private parking spaces to public use, a huge expansion in the use of electric vehicles, and the birth of digitally connected car fleets which can transform into urban Wi-Fi hotspots.
This vision has inspired the creation of Share’ngo’s international plan The Intelligent Seed, created to supply services to the Smart Cities through shared mobility, which we believe, can improve our cities and our lives.
ECOWATCH PROJECT PRESENTED AT THE “FA LA COSA GIUSTA” FAIR!
Vast crowds gathered around the exposition space of the Municipality of Milan at the “Fa La Cosa Giusta!” Fair, the sustainability and ethical consumption event which opened on the 10th of March in Milan.
Councilor Granelli extended his sincere congratulations for the launch of the first project, headed by Share’ngo, combining mobility and connectivity for the benefit of citizens.
TOO MUCH SMOG: ITALY RISKS A ONE BILLION EURO FINE.
In 2015, nine territorial areas in Italy violated the annual pollution limits, regularly surpassing the allowed daily amount of greenhouse gasses. The worst offenders are in the regions of Piedmont and Lombardy, with the cities of Turin and Milan. After a slight improvement in 2013 and 2014, mostly due to favourable weather conditions, in 2015, citizens of these urban areas were at a risk of pollution intoxication every one in three days.