Two e-mobility stations also have shared district boxes.
Users must register online to use the boxes.
The Munch SmartCity app shows the location of the shared district boxes on a map.
The boxes have room temperature, refrigeration and deep-freeze compartments. They are open to private and professional users alike and can be used for sharing, retrieval or delivery services. Products that were orderd in shops, will be delivered into the shared district boxes. Customers can retrieve them within individualy defined time slots. On top of that, citizens can deposit objects into the boxes, or share them with neighours or other citizens.
Utilisation of the services will be analysed. The relevant data will be transferred to a smart data platform. Anonymised and aggregated data processing is ensured at all times.
Information from individual users is not in the scope of data collection and evaluation. The purpose of data processing is to learn about the absolute number of users and both the duration and locations of use. The Smarter Together project has no access to users’ payment data.