News about ADN, the Bled service and its achievements.
It does so through a module that reduces emissions and improves safety by up to 15%, our Bled system, which has already been integrated into its Exploitation Assistance System and which has already been implemented in several operations owned by Indra in National territory. For more information click here.
We have collaborated in a course promoted by the UITP Academy that took place from March 30 to April 7 focused on Electric Buses (EV). Our session was about the impact of driving behavior in the performance of EV bus fleet. See more. The course is expected to be redited in the future.
Bled service has actively contributed to a decrease in the rate of accidents in the past months improving the passenger experience and increasing driver engagement. See more
Sagalés, one of the main bus transport companies in Catalonia, and Tangier fleet, belonging to ALSA National Express, some of latest operators activating Bled service with good initial results.
We are pleased to announce the publication (in joint collaboration with AENOR) of a book we have been working on for a long time: “Management of energy efficiency in the transport sector”
This Wednesday, March 11, the award ceremony for drivers for good results was held in the TUSSAM – Seville Assembly Hall. “In 2019, thanks to the drivers and the Efficient Driving system, more than 1,500 tons of CO2 have been avoided in the atmosphere.”
ADN to start operating in MPT (Malta Public Transport), whose fleet exceeds 500 buses.
Bled has been deployed in Alacant city fleet (Vectalia Group) over the Indra’s AVL system.
In the coming weeks a new BLED service will start in part of the vehicle fleet of the leading health transport company HTGroup (Ambuibérica and Emeru) in Barcelona.
ADN starts in America with its new project together with LIPU, a transport operator in Mexico with more than half a century of experience in the sector. This operator currently has more than 1,000 buses in its fleet, which carry more than 100,000 people a day.