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  • Energica Experia test: 2,000 km into the Alps

    Two days in the Alps on an e-motorbike - we took on the long-distance test and extensively tested the Energica Experia for range, charging behaviour, comfort and riding characteristics. Auto Thomas from Bonn provided us with the electric motorbike for an extensive test. Matthias, our expert for heavy e-motorcycles over 11 kW, reports here on his experiences on his road trip to the Alps. My test ride with the Energica Experia When I got the news that I could test ride an Energica, I was electrified. Having had the opportunity to test ride an EVA several years ago, I was fascinated by these vehicles. When I was told that I would be getting the Experia, I was briefly disillusioned, as I had always labelled this type of motorbike, à la BMW GS, as an ‘old man's vehicle’. After the first few kilometres, however, I realised that I had rarely been so wrong. And so began five exciting days in which I rode this motorbike for around 2,000 km. Now I must first categorise the vehicle. The Experia is a crossover motorbike that skilfully combines the sporty aspects of a naked bike with the rider position and comfort of a touring enduro. It rides like a dream and the seating position means that you can also ride long distances on the e-motorbike. What can you expect from such an electric motorbike in detail? At first I had to ride with caution, as I didn't yet know how the drive power would unfold. But what was already apparent here was the manoeuvrability of the motorbike. My first destination: the Schladernring, between Sieg- and Brohltal. On the way there, I already had such a big grin under my helmet that you must have seen it from the outside. The Energica Experia follows the finest steering impulses so willingly and precisely that you have the feeling that the e-motorbike is reading your thoughts and then riding exactly the line that you have just imagined to be optimal. In combination with the direct torque and the direct response of the drive, coupled with the controllable motor brake, the result is a riding experience that I have never experienced before. You don't need any familiarisation, it feels as if you've never done anything else before and you don't really want to drive anything else on the country road afterwards. For me, this is a new benchmark. Whether it's fast bends with smooth tarmac and high lean angles, or tight bends with very uneven surfaces - the ZF Sachs suspension elements, paired with the Pirelli tyres, always maintain contact with the road and give you a feeling of pure confidence and safety at all times. With the Experia, Energica has really developed a masterclass electric motorbike. For me, it is currently THE e-motorbike to beat on the country road. Interested in a test ride? Then get in touch with us! Simply select a model and book your personal test ride: First impression: relaxed driving, operation takes some getting used to In terms of ergonomics, inductivity and ease of use, however, I had a rather mixed impression. Starting with the seating position, I can only praise it. You sit upright on the bike and the wide handlebars have the grips in exactly the right place. Your legs are at a relaxed angle on the motorbike and your feet are relaxed on the footrests. However, after a short ride you notice the rather hard saddle, which proves to be a real indicator of your willpower on long tours. The adjustable windshield does a good job of keeping the wind away from your helmet and body, so you can ride in a really relaxed manner. Operating the display using two switches, which have a total of four positions, took some getting used to at first, but its simplicity is impressive. Only the position of the ‘Mode’ switch (there are 4 riding modes Urban, Eco, Rain, Sport) is approx. 5 mm above the indicator, which is operated in the same direction and often leads to double operation. The controls for the heated grips and cruise control are located on the right-hand side next to the start button. Activating the cruise control, which is particularly practical on the motorway, proved to be a challenge because the sensor system of the throttle grip is so wide that there is a considerable gap between the grip and the switch block. As a result, you have to hold the throttle with your little finger and ring finger and then reach over with your thumb and hold the cruise control button for about three seconds - a real challenge, although you also have to keep the speed constant using the throttle grip. The side stand was a bit annoying as it doesn't retract on its own after you give it a push. Switching the display between light and dark mode is also not a good solution. It changes from light to dark as soon as you pass under a bridge. A better hysteresis in the software would be desirable here. A storage compartment that isn't one?! Then there is a watertight storage compartment, where the tank of a motorbike would normally be. Here you can see what happens when unforeseen things get bigger in the late stages of development. The battery (max. 22.5 kWh / nominal 19.6 kWh - lithium polymer) protrudes into the compartment, almost directly under the lid. This results in two small cavities in the front area and on the left-hand side, which can be reached from above. At first I was surprised at what you can store in there: Standard utensils such as charging cards, wallet, spare glasses and sunglasses, tissues and visor cleaner were quickly stowed away. So I packed a second pair of gloves, a 0.5 litre bottle and a few small snacks in the storage compartment. So far, so good. But there comes a point when you want to get to these things again. This proved to be extremely difficult, despite our small hands. Energica could have supplied a removal tool for this. As an option, the Energica Experia can be equipped with voluminous hard-shell side cases and a top case with a total capacity of 112 litres. Then, of course, there are no space problems. The range of the Energica Experia in the test: unexpectedly good After the first 3 hours and almost 200 kilometres, I was surprised that the battery was still not empty and I continued riding, as I actually only wanted to move the bike briefly, drain the battery a little and test the fast charging. Which actually proves that the Experia's range and battery capacity are more than sufficient. Anyway, I then stopped at a charging point and charged the vehicle without any problems. The decision was made to spontaneously drive to the Alps the next day. Day 1: On the motorway heading south We set off ‘early’ at half past 8 in the morning. The destination was the Alps and Lake Constance. The motorbike was fully loaded, the rucksack was packed on my back and I could hardly wait. The journey started through the picturesque low mountain ranges of Germany. Starting in the Siebengebirge, continuing through the Westerwald to the Taunus, before finally charging up for the first time in the Rhine-Neckar plain. In short, once across the A3 and A67 motorways to Mannheim. As the driver of an e-car that comes with a complete charging network, I had no reservations, as I had already tested this the day before. This naivety was about to make me sweat. So, according to my plan, I drove to a rest area with around 50 kilometres of range remaining and wanted to see where the nearest charging station was. Fast charging the electric motorbike thanks to CCS: does it work? To my surprise, there were already two EnBW columns here, but unfortunately they were out of order. So I went in search of the nearest charging point. The charging process started without any problems. The only thing I was surprised about was the decreasing charging speed, as 10% - 80% in a good 30 minutes had been advertised and confirmed by the salesman who handed me the bike. All other parameters, such as range (I had already driven 200 km on the motorway) and acceleration, were in line with the advertised figures. After 45 minutes, I set off again with about 80 % battery power. I travelled as far as Baden-Baden, from where I changed to the Schwarzwaldhöhenstraße. Here I recharged briefly, as there aren't that many charging points up in the Black Forest. The journey up to here on the motorway was rather rough. The suspension is set up quite hard and almost reminds me of my racetrack bike. In combination with the hard saddle, this quickly leads to a sore rear end. The use of an electronic suspension would be appropriate here, so that the vehicle could be softened without losing driving dynamics in the jungle of bends. In the Black Forest, the Experia was back in its element. The only annoying thing here is the constant speed limits. Here you realise that pleasure riders, especially on motorbikes, are not welcome, even if they are quiet. After the rush through the winding roads of the Black Forest, I got hungry in the early afternoon. So, without further ado, I found a charging station and an American fast-food restaurant where I refuelled and charged my e-motorbike at the same time. This demonstrated one of the most important rules of e-mobility: ‘If it stands, it charges.’ After a short break, I continued past Lake Constance to Oberstaufen, where I planned to spend the night. Conclusion of the day: The Energica Experia is simply fantastic to ride, but the saddle is too hard and the German charging network has its pitfalls due to overloading of the charging points and defective columns; but 650 km had been covered. Then I wanted to charge the bike overnight at a socket. I had taken my car's type II socket adapter with me and the hotel had provided me with a socket. Actually a great setting. But then came the disillusionment: after plugging the cable into the motorbike, it reported that it was initialising a DC charging process, but it was supposed to be charging AC. It seemed as if there were problems in the communication between the charger and the motorbike. After several attempts, it was clear that this was not going to work. Fortunately, there was a DC charging station about 300 metres further on, where I recharged the bike during my visit to the Italian restaurant. It seems that the motorbike always has problems connecting to charging stations. Unfortunately, it was not uncommon for charging to work straight away and not only on the 2nd or 3rd attempt or not at all. But it also depends on the available charging points. The 300 kW stations from EnBW in particular are a horror and should be avoided. Unfortunately, the vehicle is also unable to communicate with the Tesla chargers. That would be a huge benefit, in addition to a shorter charging time. Even though there were problems with the charging time and the charging equipment, it was a nice drive and so all that was left for me to do was to relax at the end of the evening and look forward to the next day. Day 2: Pure riding fun. The Energica Experia shows its true strength in the mountains. Experia promised to be a lot better. Yesterday was dominated by a continuous cloud cover and around 20 °C, but I saw bright sunshine and the prospect of 30 degrees in the afternoon from my helmet. We set off early in the morning at twenty past seven. At first, the road wound its way through the Allgäu and into the Alps with the destination Bludenz. This is where the Energica really came into its own. The joy of the first day was back and I thought I had never ridden another motorbike, or at least I shouldn't from now on. From Bludenz, we set off on the first stage of the day. From Montafon, we headed up to the pass of the Silvretta High Alpine Road. Here the Energica was in its element. At some point I stopped counting how many two-wheeled road users I had to leave behind me. This is where the advantage of the combination of an ingenious chassis and a drive that is not reliant on ambient oxygen becomes apparent. I stopped briefly at the top of the pass ridge. It wasn't long before there was a small crowd of people standing around the bike and wanting everything explained in detail. When I had finally finished raving about this motorbike, I continued through the Paznaun valley and through the village where I spent my first 15 skiing holidays. All the memories came flooding back. But as I wanted to be back in Bonn by the evening, I made my way over the Fernpass. When I almost reached Germany on the other side, my stomach started to complain as I had been on the road for five hours and had covered over 260 kilometres. So it was time for a pit and charging stop, the first for the day. This proved the range and suitability of the Energica for country roads. It wasn't empty yet. Quod erat demonstrandum, what had to be proven. That's how it echoed through my head and I hadn't even expected such a high level of performance. Lack of charging infrastructure on motorways The first dampener of the day was the price for a kilowatt hour at the charging point there: €1.90. An absolute cheek. An absolute cheek. So I only charged until I had finished eating and not up to 80%, which turned out to be a mistake. As it was already early afternoon, I wanted to drive back via the motorway from here. So I set the cruise control to 125 km/h and set off. After about 100 kilometres, the Experia wanted energy again. So I looked for a suitable charging station. I was disillusioned to find that one of two charging points was broken and the other could not establish a connection to the motorbike. It then charged at the third charging point, but at a significantly reduced speed. The maximum charging current for fast charging is specified as 80 A. The maximum that could be achieved under ideal conditions was 75 A. Unfortunately, the charging current drops quite quickly and continuously during charging, sometimes even below 40 A. This results in charging times of between 45 minutes and over an hour. As it turned out, the battery cooling simply does not allow a higher charging capacity at high temperatures and driving profiles. At least you could buy refreshments at the station. After what felt like an eternity, the journey continued. I got as far as the area between Mannheim and Darmstadt. The first charging station I approached was again unable to communicate with the vehicle, so I carried on. Then a worrying error message: ‘Limp Mode’ (a protection mode of the motorbike that reduces the motorbike's power when the battery is almost completely discharged or there are problems with the engine temperature or operating voltage) . When I arrived at the charging station at a local supermarket, it started charging straight away, even though the speed was very slow. So I used the break to have dinner. I slowly realised that I still had quite a way to go before I got home. With a 60% battery charge, I continued on my way, due to my impatience and with the hope that the falling temperatures would cool the battery in a better window. The next charging stops were very challenging due to the inadequately functioning charging infrastructure. The battery level was increasingly reduced. There were only 45 kilometres to the finish and I had already activated friends to pick me up in case charging was completely hopeless, but sometimes you have to be lucky. Around half past eleven I was back home after 900 kilometres and 16 hours. Conclusion of my test ride with the Energica Experia After two days in the Alps and back, I stood in front of the Energica Experia with very mixed feelings. On the one hand, the riding experience on the country road and in the Alps was simply fantastic and represents a new benchmark for this discipline for me and has inspired me for this motorbike class, even the too hard saddle could not shake it. On the other hand, there was the ordeal of the motorway ride on the second day, which resulted from a mixture of the motorbike's insufficient battery cooling and the desolate state of the public charging network. I therefore thought long and hard about how I could reconcile the two. At the moment, the Energica is an absolute country-road machine. The driving dynamics are unrivalled and the drive, coupled with the long range, make every trip an experience that you don't want to end. Short motorway trips are also no problem, but you shouldn't try to cover longer distances in warm weather. Next time I'll take it on the trailer to the Alps and then just enjoy it there. Interested in a test ride? Write to us and we'll arrange a test drive for you at a qualified Energica dealer, such as Auto Thomas in Bonn. Here you have the opportunity to experience and test each model live. All 4 models Energica Experia, Ego +, EsseEsse9 and Eva Ribelle are available here. Auto Thomas is also passionate about high-performance e-motorcycles, so you will receive sound and comprehensive advice from a qualified team. Technical data Energica Experia Motor TYPE: Permanent magnet synchronous reluctance motor. Liquid-cooled (PMASynRM) VOLTAGE 306V POWER Peak power 102 hp (75 kW); continuous power 80 hp (60 kW) TORQUE 115 Nm / 85 lb-ft – 900 Nm / 664 lb-ft at the wheel SPEED Limited to 180 km/h ACCELERATION 0-100 km/h (0-60 mph): 3,5 sec RANGE City: 420 km - Combined: 256 km - Motorway: 208 km – WMTC: 222 km Elektronics DRIVING MODES Seven profiles: Energica 1-4 (factory setting), Custom 3 (customisable) Four driving modes: Urban, Eco, Rain, Sport Four regenerative modes: Low, Medium, High, Off DASHBOARD COBO 5’ IPS 1000 nits bonded 848×480 TFT colour display; 10 warning lights with coloured LEDs and icons; nambient light sensor; real-time clock. CONTROLLER Dual microcontroller ARM based with an adaptive multi-mapping algorithm for energy and power management TRACTION CONTROL 6 levels of intervention combined with the existing eABS and the Cornering Bosch 9.3 MP TEMPOMAT PARKASSISTENT (forwards/backwards slow drive) Battery CAPACITY Max 22,5 kWh / Nominal 19,6 kWh – Lithium-Polymer LIFETIME 1200 cycles at 80% capacity (100% DOD) CHARGING DC fast charging mode 4: 400 km per hour (max. 24 kW) 0 to 80 % in 40 minutes Slow charging mode 2 or 3: 63.5 km per hour BATTERY CHARGER Onboard, 3,3 kW 90-264 Vac 50/60 Hz [1 kW 90-177 Vac range]. FRONT BRAKE Brembo, double floating discs, Ø330 mm, 4-piston radial brake calliper REAR BRAKE Brembo, single discs, Ø240 mm, 2-piston calliper ABS Cornering Bosch 9.3 MP FRONT SUSPENSION Front fork ZF SACHS Ø43 mm, adjustable rebound damping, spring preload and compression damping; suspension travel 5.90 in. (150mm) REAR INDEPENDENT SUSPENSION Rear ZF SACHS monoshock 55mm, adjustable rebound damping, spring preload; spring travel 5.90 in. (150mm) Dimensions HEIGHT 1461mm (mirrors not included) SEAT HEIGHT 847mm WIDTH 867mm LENGTH 2132mm WHEELBASE 1513mm WEIGHT 260 kg PRICE: from € 28,263 - more product information on the Energica Experia in our e-garage ! Did you like our information? Then rate us on Google.

  • e-Fuels: synthetic fuels as an alternative?

    According to an EU resolution, new vehicles are to be emission-free from 2035, with the exception of e-fuels - at the insistence of the German government. The current political debate means that e-fuels are currently on everyone's lips. While some people want to use e-fuels to save the combustion engine in cars for a climate-neutral world, others think this idea is absurd. What are the advantages and disadvantages of e-fuels? Who can use synthetic fuels and are e-fuels the solution for all vehicles? We put the alternative from the petrol pump to the test. What are e-fuels and what happens during production? The term e-Fuel (also known as synfuels or electricity-based synthetic fuels) refers to synthetic fuels that are produced from water and carbon dioxide (CO2) using electrical energy. This process is known as power-to-fuel. The production of e-fuels is very complex, because although hydrogen - an essential component of fuels - is present in large quantities in water, its extraction as a pure gas, e.g. by electrolysis, is very energy-intensive. Extracting CO2 from the air is even more difficult. Although this process requires many times more electrical energy, if this is obtained 100% from renewable, free energy sources, the amount consumed is actually of secondary importance, according to Uniti , the association of medium-sized mineral oil companies. In other words, it shouldn't matter how much energy is consumed if it is generated in countries where solar and wind power are available in virtually unlimited quantities. Are there enough e-fuels for everyone? Falko Ueckerdt from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research ( PIK ) is focussing on the production of e-fuels. According to his calculations, climate-neutral e-fuels will hardly be available for years to come. By 2035, around 60 projects have been announced worldwide that will increasingly produce e-fuels on an industrial scale. However, a final investment decision has so far only been made for one per cent of the planned production volume. If we assume that global e-fuel production grows as fast as solar power generation, coverage could rise to 50 per cent - mind you: only of the German aviation, shipping and chemical industry requirements. Therefore, e-fuels are an alternative for existing fleets of combustion engines to make them more climate-friendly. However, the rare stocks should not be planned for newly registered cars and smaller lorries. There are already enough alternative options with electric motors for this. "e-fuels do not belong in the tanks of cars and lorries," says Prof. Dr Martin Wietschel, Head of the Competence Center Energy Technologies and Energy Systems at Fraunhofer ISI, in an interview with VDE . "Not only because they are far too expensive, but also because they are needed elsewhere." A clear prioritisation of possible applications would be desirable. What is the price of e-fuels? e-Fuels from the first demonstration plants are not intended for commercial use. The investments made by Porsche and international partners in the pilot plant in Punta Arenas, Chile (Haru Oni, ~$74 million) would result in costs of around €50.00 per litre of e-fuel. As soon as the production of e-fuels is established on an industrial scale with direct air capture , production costs of around €2.00 per litre may initially be incurred. This corresponds to two and a half times the typical wholesale price of fossil petrol of around €0.76 per litre. In the long term, production costs of less than one euro per litre of e-fuel are likely to be achieved. However, this depends heavily on the speed of the global market ramp-up of e-fuel production. Active policy is therefore needed to boost the ramp-up of e-fuels. Together with international partners, the BMDV is promoting the ramp-up of electricity-based fuels To this end, the Federal Minister for Digital and Transport Affairs, Dr Volker Wissing, the Lithuanian Minister for Transport and Communications, Marius Skuodis, and the Japanese Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Economy, Trade and Industry, Taku Ishii, signed the „ Berliner Declaration“ for the ramp-up of e-fuels at the beginning of June 2024. The agreement was reached as part of the International e-Fuels Dialogue 2024 , which the Federal Ministry of Digital and Transport hosted in Berlin together with the Lithuanian Ministry of Transport and Communications and the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. "Alongside battery-electric drive systems and hydrogen, e-fuels are an important option for climate-friendly transport. In the Berlin Declaration, we commit to technological openness and the importance of e-fuels." said Wissing. Advantages and disadvantages of e-fuels e-Fuels are user-friendly and convenient to use. Thanks to e-fuels, there is no need for an expensive change in transport technology. Existing vehicles can continue to be used. e-Fuels can be mixed with conventional fuels and can completely replace them. For consumers, this means: a short refuelling process and the range for further kilometres is restored. Is every car able to run on e-fuels? Any car with a classic combustion engine that is fuelled with petrol or diesel can also be refuelled with the corresponding e-fuel. It cannot be used for hydrogen cars and, of course, not for electric vehicles either. In the case of hybrids, however, synthetic e-fuels can be used. But how far can a combustion engine go on a full tank? "The efficiency of combustion engines is much worse, so an electric vehicle can travel five times further on the same amount of energy than a vehicle fuelled with e-fuels," says sustainability expert Michael Koch from the SRH Fernhochschule in Riedlingen. This means that a lot of electricity is wasted if it is used to produce e-fuels instead of charging electric vehicles. While 13 to 15% of the electricity used for e-fuels ends up at the drive wheel of the vehicle, the figure for electric vehicles is 70 to 75%, write researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (ISI) in Karlsruhe in a discussion essay . If e-fuels are used in aviation, a climate-warming effect occurs even if the electricity used is produced completely CO2-neutrally, as around two thirds of the climate effect of air traffic is not caused by the release of carbon dioxide, but by secondary climate effects. Therefore, switching to e-kerosene, which is produced using 100% green electricity, only reduces the climate impact of air travel by around one third. As e-fuels are indistinguishable from conventional fuels in terms of their properties, it can be assumed that they cannot contribute to an improvement in air quality either, as air pollutants are also released during combustion, according to the German government in a statement in 2019, which refers to a study that states that the demand for liquid fuels will decrease drastically by 2050. By 2050, an almost complete technological shift from classic combustion engines to battery and hydrogen-electric drive concepts will already be complete. What role will e-fuels play in the future? A research project is attempting to increase efficiency in the production of e-fuels. According to a press release from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology  ( KIT ), up to 60 per cent is possible. In recent years, further progress has been made in the development and technology for the production of synthetic fuels. A haulage company in southern Germany drove over a million test kilometres with a fleet of different types of trucks using the reFuels fuel. For the first time, all relevant factors, from the production process to costs and product properties through to environmental influences, were assessed in their entirety. Porsche was the first car manufacturer to drive forward the development of synthetic fuel with the pilot phase of the plant in Chile. Production capacity there is to be increased to around 55 million litres and to around 550 million litres of PtX per year by 2026. Porsche will be one of the main customers for the green fuel. From this year, 2,500 tonnes of synthetic fuel are to be produced annually at a factory in Frankfurt-Höchst. This will also be used primarily in aviation and shipping. The investing company Ineratec has been subsidised for this purpose. According to ADAC the EU is also working on introducing a mandatory quota of 2.6 to 5.7% green hydrogen and e-fuels in the European transport sector by 2030. If you ask supporters or opponents of e-fuels about the future, you will certainly get different answers. Some see e-fuels as the panacea and solution to all problems, while others see synthetic fuels as a niche product to bridge the gap until battery-electric vehicles are more mature and meet all requirements in terms of range or charging infrastructure. In the end, every user has to decide for themselves which technology they trust and want to use. The main thing is that it is a decision in favour of a sustainable and climate-friendly drive source. Tip: If you want to deal with the topic with a touch of scientific humor, we recommend the knowledge transmission with MAITHINKX Dr. Mai Thi Nguyen-Kim. There, interesting topics from different areas of science are treated with a wink, as well as the efficiency of e-fuels. Find out why, in her opinion, e-fuels in the car sector are "inefficient bullshit with sauce". Did you like our information?       Then rate us on Google .

  • EUROBIKE 2024 shows: There are far more options than just bicycles.

    In the first week of July, EUROBIKE invited visitors to the world's largest platform for the bicycle and ecomobility world at Messe Frankfurt for the third time. 35,080 trade visitors (2023: 34,750) and an additional 33,090 bicycle fans (2023: 31,840) at the weekend were enthusiastic about the variety of new products with many testing opportunities at the 32nd edition of the leading trade fair. 1,800 exhibitors came from more than 60 countries and presented their innovations on eight hall levels and a huge outdoor area with an area of 150,000 square meters. The new lightness of e-bikes On the EUROBIKE it becomes clear: e-bikes are no longer a niche product. More than half of all bicycles sold in 2023 were pedelecs. The latest developments in the field of e-bike drives focus on weight reduction, improved battery technology and more precise control systems. The manufacturers have taken note of customer wishes and are now showing a new range of lightweight electric bikes under 20 kilograms: The ZEG brand Bulls is presenting an e-MTB weighing just 18 kilograms at EUROBIKE 2024: the Sonic Evo AM SX . Focus on digitalization and connectivity More and more manufacturers are developing the secondary level of Pedelec technology: on-board electrics and electronics are becoming more modern and functional thanks to comprehensive digitization. Software integrations, individual adaptation via app, driving data recording, tracking systems for theft protection or navigation and tour planning expand the digital usage options. By using artificial intelligence with the help of ChatGPT plus voice control, Urtopia wants to support its customers, for example by simplifying destination entry while driving. However, the system can currently only respond in English and both the content and technical quality can certainly be improved. e-CargoBikes for business – opportunities and potential Sales of e-CargoBikes have risen significantly in recent years, and the bikes are shaping the cityscape in more and more places. However, their potential is still far from being exhausted. Experts see strong growth potential, especially in commercial use; delivery services and craft businesses can benefit even more from the advantages of smart transport. In order to reduce CO2 emissions on the last mile in the next few years, at least 30 percent of commercial journeys in German cities should be made by cargo bike by 2030. This is the goal of the German Bicycle Logistics Association (RLVD) . EUROBIKE is also showing Light Electric Vehicles (LEV) for the first time - which, with driver's cabins or as multi-track vehicles, extend beyond the usual dimensions of a cargo bike. " We suspect that some companies do not want to switch to bicycles immediately. Perhaps the LEVs are the gap between vans and bicycles. With the test, we also want to find out whether LEVs meet the requirements in terms of weather protection and comfort ," explained Dr. Johannes Gruber. He has been working at the Institute for Transport Research at the German Aerospace Center for over ten years. The DLR research project also shows surprising results: Parcel delivery services do not make up the largest share of commercial traffic by far - although one might subjectively think so. Unlike the fully loaded parcel delivery services, many municipal companies such as tradesmen and retailers often use their vehicles to transport small items. At the Ecomobilitytalk , it was made clear which key factors influence the mobility change: employee motivation is the most important factor. That is why extensive test drives on site by employees are very important. Thomas Kuwatsch from ARI Motors has often seen faces of joyful surprise. People sit in them and try out the vehicles. And they often react with "Wow, that's fun and it's like driving a go-kart!" Charging is also no longer a problem, because charging can be done overnight in the companies when the employees are on their well-earned break.   LEVI parade shows diversity of light mobility Another topic of the accompanying conference was the opportunity of so-called fine mobility, better known as micromobility of light vehicles. "Lighter gets further" - this is the motto of the LEVI Innovation Cluster . Unfortunately, the diverse possibilities of light mobility are still far too unknown. The innovative e-vehicles are not yet visible, the numbers are still too low. In order to increase the awareness of the LEV, LEVI organized a LEV parade through Frankfurt city center to the entrance area of the EUROBIKE trade fair at the beginning of the second day of the trade fair, in which many different vehicles took part, such as the Hopper, Velobike, Twikes, CityQ and also Fat Albert. New products at EUROBIKE 2024 Light, smart and flexible: the new ebii from Acer The AI-controlled smart bike ebii from Acer is aimed at city dwellers who want to make their commute easier. Intelligent AI functions enable the ebii, which weighs just 23.5 kg, to adapt to the driver's style to enable an optimal and personalized ride! It offers numerous safety features (puncture-proof tires, automatic locking, collision detection or ambient lighting) and impresses with its puristic design, such as the single-arm fork. The quick-charge function enables a full charge in just 2.5 hours. That is then enough for up to 110 more kilometers. The new variant of the stylish e-bike is scheduled to come onto the market in the fourth quarter of 2024.   The STEEREON gets pedals Plev Technologies from Cologne presents its newest family member: the STEEREON B25 , a foldable e-bike with automatic gearshift. It has all the tried and tested features such as hydraulic disc brakes, indicators and brake lights, high-quality components, app connection, a range of up to 100 km and the innovative folding mechanism so that it can be transported in almost any trunk. Additional advantages of the e-bike: it can be legally ridden on cycle paths, there is no helmet requirement and you have a good feeling that you are doing something for your health. Interested parties can now register on a waiting list and will then receive a €500 discount on the RRP of €3,299 when it launches on the market in spring 2025. Hyboo sustainable bamboo e-bike from France The HYBOO BIKE , designed by Carla Sarantellis in 2015, is environmentally friendly, unique and innovative. It is made of bio-based materials. The designer produces fully equipped e-bikes under 15 kg, with frames made of environmentally friendly bamboo. "I started caring for women in Vietnamese villages 20 years ago and my wish was to build a bridge to people with disabilities." The idea of the bamboo bike was inspired by this time. Following her humanitarian missions, Carla Sarantellis founded the company in Hauts-de-France in 2015 to create jobs for workers with disabilities. The innovative e-bikes are produced there, "Made in France". The electric pedelecs are available in comfortable city versions or sporty gravel bikes from €2,899.   Maria Bike: the zero-emission moped from Portugal The MHS Group from Portugal has combined sustainability, design thinking and efficiency to develop the Maria Bike . The result is an exciting vehicle that sets standards in this new era of electromobility. Maria Bike not only offers a sustainable vehicle, but also promotes an environmentally conscious lifestyle. The climate-neutral e-moped is produced using recycled and recyclable materials. The e-moped can be reserved now for a deposit of €300.   Flexible CargoBike: Carrie With the "Carrie", Riese & Müller offers a cargo bike that is extremely compact on the one hand and offers space for shopping and the transport of up to two children on the other. This is achieved by a special "Flex Box" that can be expanded as needed and thus offers a large storage space. When the box is folded in, the bike is narrow and can be parked to save space. RRP: from €5,799 CaGo wins the Eurobike Gold Award 2024 With the "CS" model , CaGo offers a manoeuvrable cargo bike that is ideal for tight urban spaces thanks to its compact dimensions (length: 2.04 meters, width: 48 centimeters) and many loading options. The so-called "triple load space concept" allows for a load that is optimized for the center of gravity on three surfaces: in the middle at the bottom, at the rear and on the front luggage rack. RRP: from €5,590 VELLO presents one of the lightest e-CargoBikes on the market The VELLO SUB (Smart Utility Bike) is a lightweight electric cargo bike at 28.9 kg. Thanks to its short standard length of 180 cm, it can be easily transported on public transport and can be reduced to a width of 29 cm without tools using the foldable pedals and handlebars. The foldable elements even allow space-saving transport in the trunk. The VELLO SUB can be adapted without tools and equipped with accessories for any purpose, such as transporting children or shopping. The permissible total weight is a whopping 210 kg. Price from €5,698. The FUELL Flluid-2 has a range of up to 350 km FUELL (Freedom / Urban / Electric / Love / Life) is a French-American manufacturer and stands for urban mobility solutions that focus on the needs of users while embodying modern design. In addition to developing the stylish FUELL Fllow e-motorcycle, FUELL offers a wide range of powerful e-bikes. The FUELL Flluid was designed in three variants (1, 2 and 3) and promises to be the e-bike with the longest range in the world. The powerful e-bike has an incredible range of 350 km thanks to a 2,000 Wh battery. It has the latest VALEO Cyclee Mid Drive motor with integrated automatic transmission and predictive shifting. Prices from €5,995 (Flluid-3) or €6,495 ( Flluid-2 ). The S-Pedelec variant Flluid-3 is due to come onto the market soon. LEMMO shows hybrid bike The LEMMO ONE MK2 combines two bicycles in one. On the one hand, it is a puristically designed bio-bike with high quality standards and on the other hand, it can be transformed into a powerful e-bike with 540 Wh / 40 Nm peak capacity in a matter of seconds using the all-in-one Smartpac. The award-winning Reddot winner 2023 not only looks good. The removable Smartpac unit contains all the important electronic components of modern E-Plus technology, such as battery, motor control and IoT functions. " As a hybrid bike, the Lemmo One offers a high level of flexibility and cleverly combines this with a high level of user-friendliness " said the Reddot jury. Price from €2,289. Egret presents further premium models of its e-scooter range Egret recently launched its new Ey! models . The impressive EUROBIKE stand features another new product in two versions: the Egret GT . The e-scooter version is available with either a 15 Ah or 20 Ah removable battery. This flexibility allows you to adjust your range and performance as needed. The technical highlights are impressive: powerful rear motor with 59 Nm torque, RST oil pressure upside-down suspension fork for maximum driving comfort, 13" pneumatic tires with puncture protection, TFT display with NFC lock, hydraulic disc brakes front and rear, Osram LED lighting with automatic brightness adjustment, indicators front and rear, a payload of 150 kg possible and a new controller setting that enables a constant driving speed of the permitted 22 km/h. The high-performance e-scooter weighs 32 kg. In terms of price, the RRP surprised us: the 15 AH variant costs just €1,599, the more powerful 20 Ah battery costs another €300 more. The Egret GTS model has an additional seat and therefore automatically belongs to the higher vehicle class L1e. However, the maximum speed of 45 km/h can then be used on the roads. The models will be available to order in the near future. BO e-scooters from England Bo (Bomobility) , an award-winning pioneer in the global mobility industry, is committed to developing the world's best light electric vehicles. Headquartered in Bristol, UK, Bo was founded in 2019 by a team of visionary designers and engineers with exceptional, multidisciplinary expertise and unique insights from Formula 1 to the luxury automotive industry. The result is a stylish e-scooter. After four years of development, Bo is launching the "M" , the "world's most advanced e-scooter". Technically, anything is possible: up to 35 km/h speed and 50 km range. Its unique rear-wheel motor delivers a peak power of 1200 W. With a torque of over 38 Nm, achieved by 34% wider magnets, climbing slopes is effortless. No loose wires or cables, no exposed mechanisms. The iconic one-piece aluminum frame is corrosion-free and is backed by a world-unique lifetime chassis warranty. Another smart feature is the ability to connect your own smartphone as a display. With the Mous Intralock system, it can be connected to the Bo M in no time at all. Securely attached with a double locking system, the phone remains in the field of vision and enables the use of navigation apps. The Bo M can be ordered from around €2,358.   Unlocking with fingerprint Simply place your finger on the sensor and the bike lock will open. This is what security specialist Abus promises with its new chain lock model Yardo . The technology is intended to significantly improve access speed and convenience. The new product will be available in two lengths starting at €99.95 from the fourth quarter of 2024.   Indicators for bicycles The "Turntec" from lighting specialist Busch & Müller is an electric direction indicator (blinker) for e-bikes, S-Pedelecs, multi-track e-bikes and bicycle trailers. The scope of delivery includes four indicators (two at the front, two at the rear) and a multi-function switch for the handlebar mount, which can also be used to control the high beam or horn, if available. By indicating the change of direction or lane with the press of a thumb and a light signal, both hands always remain on the handlebars and brakes, which should ensure greater driving safety. It could also lead to cyclists indicating the change of direction more often. This was also immediately awarded the Fiets Award as Bicycle Innovation of the Year 2024. Price from €199.90.   Visibility and safety for the head With the "Hyp-E BL.ACE", safety specialist Abus is introducing a helmet especially for e-bike commuters and other everyday cyclists. In addition to the modern design, which the manufacturer says is inspired by the automotive sector, the two light bars at the front and back of the helmet are the most striking features. They are not "just" responsible for the front and rear lights, but can also indicate a change in direction with a flashing light signal and braking with a brake light. There is a control unit on the handlebars for activating the indicator. This allows drivers to indicate changes in direction without taking their hands off the handlebars. The brake light is triggered by a signal generator that is simply pushed over the brake lever. The Hyp-E BL.ACE will be available from 2025 from €199.95 in four (Hyp-E) and two (Hyp-E.BL.ACE and Hyp-E.ACE) colors and three sizes.   Conclusion: The bicycle industry is looking to the future with confidence. After recent turbulent months, the bicycle and ecomobility industry is making a comeback with increasing importance. "In times of economic tension, stability is the new growth. In this way, we are strengthening our position and laying a foundation for the future when the market picks up again," says Stefan Reisinger, Managing Director of Eurobike organizer fairnamic GmbH, describing the positive mood at the trade fair. This promises a sustainable mobility change with a lot of potential.   Eurobike 2025: The 33rd Eurobike will take place from Wednesday, 25 to Sunday, 29 June 2025 on the grounds of Messe Frankfurt. Did you like our information? Then rate us on Google.

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    Experience e-mobility we'll show you how it works Our highlights of the e-Garage to the e-Garage We'll find the right e-vehicle for you. Our e-Finder helps you find the right e-vehicle for you. Just answer a few questions and you'll get suggestions for the ideal e-vehicle based on your information! to the e-Finder Looking for a special e-vehicle? Here are our categories: e-scooter e-moped e-car e bike e-motorcycle e-commercial vehicle e-CargoBike e-Microcar e-watercraft Our e-News Energica Experia test: 2,000 km into the Alps Into the Alps on an e-motorbike - we took the plunge and gave the Energica Experia a thorough test ride. e-Fuels: synthetic fuels as an alternative? What are the advantages and disadvantages of e-fuels? We put the alternative from the pump to the test. EUROBIKE 2024 shows: There are far more options than just bicycles. Auf der EUROBIKE 2024 wird deutlich: e-Bikes sind längst kein Nischenprodukt mehr und die Vielfalt an Fahrzeugen wächst. to the e-news Find your electric vehicle with voylt Electromobility is one of the megatrends of this century, but only a few are already well acquainted with it. We want to advise and inform with our portal for e-mobility - w hoever you are, we'll find the right e-vehicle for you. Our e-Book Electrically mobile from now on ​ With power into the future. Your guide for the optimal entryG into e-mobility. Interesting facts about electromobility. We provide answers and explain how best to switch to an e-vehicle. Download free e-book now Our partner ausgezeichnet durch: funded by: We support the UN Contact Rudi-Schillings-Strasse 1 54296 Trier +49 651 493 6739 0 welcome@voylt.com Do you like our service? Then rate us on Google. We look forward to your stars! firdt name last name email area number phone number message send Thank you for your message.

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    What does... actually mean? Our e-Wiki provides answers. A AC ad hoc loading battery pac k amp Avere b BAFA battery Battery recycling BEM BEV Bidirectional charging BMS Bottom bracket motor C Car Wash Cargo and courier services CCS connector CEE plug CHAdeMO Coldgate CW value D DC Diess, Herbert Digital connectivity Torque E e-Fuel eKFV Electric Empire Electrified Woman Electric car Electric bike Electric boat Electric cargo bike Electric vehicles Electric motor Electric cargo bike Light electric vehicles Electric moped Electric motorcycle Electric scooter Electric scooter Electric commercial vehicles Electric watercraft emission F Vehicle classes FCEV Solid state battery FIN Front engine Frunk Driver's license G GPS H Rear engine Helmet requirement Homologation HPC I induction motor Inductive charging J ... K cobalt Connectivity kW kWh L Loading card Charging losses Charging infrastructure Light electric vehicles (LEV) Last mile LEVA-EU LEVi Lithium Lithium-ion battery Lithium air battery Lithium iron phosphate battery ​ M Maximum power Memory effect Menneke's plug Mid-engine Mono wheel Musk, Elon N hub motor Sodium-ion battery rated capacity NEV Newton meter Newton, Isaac commercial vehicles O Green electricity On-board charger One-pedal driving Onewheel P Pedelec Permanent magnet synchronous machine PHEV Plug & Batch Q ... R Rain Range extenders Rapid Gate Road traffic rules Range reluctance motor Recuperation Roadside assistance Rosenberg connector S Schuko plug Second Life Rare earth Sigl, Kurt SoC SoH Solar panel boat S-Pedelec Connector systems climbing ability Road traffic regulations Supercharger Sustainable Goals T THG quota Thunderstorm Type-1 connector Type-2 connector Type-3 connector U Environmental bonus environmental Protection v Compulsory insurance VIN volt Volta, Alessandro Regulations W Wallbox hydrogen watt Watts, James Removable battery X ... Y ... Z ZEV e-mobility moves. But how exactly does it work? What are the connections? Many topics revolve around the batteries that power electric vehicles. But how does the electric power get into the vehicle and then get it moving? Which rules must be observed? And what vehicles are there anyway? ​ There are many topics surrounding e-mobility and you don't always know exactly what or who is behind them. Numerous surveys show that interested parties feel ignorant. Over a third of Germans (35.5%) rate their knowledge as low. Uncertainties and a lack of information are the cause of misinterpretations. In some cases, decades-old myths still prevail. With our e-Wiki we explain terms, interesting facts and connections. We also introduce personalities from e-mobility. And if you are missing any information, please contact us. We would be happy to take up your suggestion.

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    imprint According to § 5 TMG: visionE GmbH Rudi-Schillings-Strasse 1 54296 Trier ​Bonn office: Rheinwerkallee 3 53227 Bonn Represented by: Johannes Haas, Norman Kassler Email: welcome@voylt.com ​ registration in the commercial register Registration court: Wittlich Commercial register number: HRB 46162 VAT ID number: DE 336075969 The European Commission provides a platform for out-of-court online dispute resolution (OS platform), which is available at https://www.ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr can be called up. You can find our email address in our legal notice. We are neither obliged nor willing to take part in the dispute resolution process. Responsible for the content according to Section 55 Paragraph 2 RStV: Johannes Haas Data protection policy of visionE GmbH, Trier at the URL www.voylt.com As of January 17, 2023 We are very pleased about your interest in our company. Data protection is particularly important to the management of visionE GmbH, Trier (hereinafter also referred to as “visionE”). It is generally possible to use our website at the internet address www.voylt.com without providing any personal data. However, if a data subject wishes to use our company's special services via our website, processing of personal data may become necessary. If the processing of personal data is necessary and there is no legal basis for such processing, we generally obtain the consent of the data subject. The processing of personal data, such as the name, address, email address or telephone number of a data subject, is always carried out in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and in accordance with the country-specific data protection regulations that apply to us. By means of this data protection declaration, we would like to inform the public about the type, scope and purpose of the personal data we collect, use and process. Furthermore, data subjects are informed about the rights to which they are entitled using this data protection declaration. visionE, Trier, as the controller, has implemented numerous technical and organizational measures to ensure the most complete protection possible for the personal data processed via this website. However, internet-based data transmissions can generally have security gaps, so that absolute protection cannot be guaranteed. For this reason, every data subject is free to transmit personal data to us by alternative means, for example by telephone. 1. Definitions The privacy policy of visionE GmbH, Berlin to the URL www.voylt.com is based on the terms used in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Our privacy policy is intended to be easy to read and understand for both the public and our customers and business partners. To ensure this, we would like to explain terminology in advance. 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Mandatory legal provisions – in particular retention periods – remain unaffected. 9. voylt - placement portal 9.1 voylt Shop – General About our website www.voylt.com you can visit our shop www.shop.voylt.com let it be forwarded. 9.2 voylt shop – orders voylt offers you the opportunity via the website www.shop.voylt.com To trigger orders. If you place an order on our website, we need the following data to fulfill the contract with you: Salutation, first name, last name and (billing and delivery) address E-mail address Your phone number Payment information (When paying via Stripe, a payment reference number is generated and stored) In order to send you your order, we pass on your address data to the provider and its shipping or logistics service provider for delivery purposes. Purpose of processing and legal basis: The data is used so that we can process your order placed through the shop. The legal basis for processing the data is Article 6 Paragraph 1 Sentence 1 Letter b GDPR. Duration of storage: We store your data for as long as it is necessary to process the contract. In addition, we only store your data to comply with our contractual or legal obligations (e.g. commercial (from the HGB) and tax law obligations (from the AO)). 9.3 voylt Shop – Offer requests voylt offers you the opportunity to initiate quotation requests via the website www.voylt.com . If you initiate a quote request on our website, we need the following data to fulfill the contract with you: First name Last Name (Address (street, zip code, city) E-mail address Telephone number Model request In order to send you your offer, we pass on your address data to the provider for delivery purposes. Purpose of processing and legal basis: The data is used so that we can process your quote request submitted via the shop. The legal basis for processing the data is Article 6 Paragraph 1 Sentence 1 Letter b GDPR. Duration of storage: We store your data for as long as it is necessary to process the contract. In addition, we only store your data to comply with our contractual or legal obligations (e.g. commercial (from the HGB) and tax law obligations (from the AO)). 9.4 voylt shop – payment methods (Stripe) voylt offers you the options “credit card” and “direct debit payment” via the payment service provider Stripe. In our contractual and other legal relationships, due to legal obligations or otherwise based on our legitimate interests, we offer the above payment methods from the payment service provider Stripe. Payment is processed via Stripe Payments Europe Ltd., 1 Grand Canal Street Lower, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin, Ireland, to whom we pass on the information you provided during the ordering process, as well as the information about your order. Processed data Inventory data (e.g. names, addresses), payment data (e.g. bank details, invoices, payment history), contract data (e.g. subject matter of the contract, term, customer category), usage data (e.g. websites visited, interest in content, access times), meta/communication data (e.g. device information, IP addresses). Purposes of processing Provision of contractual services and customer service. Processing payment transactions. Affected people: Customers Legal basis for processing Fulfillment of the contract and pre-contractual inquiries (Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. b GDPR). 10. Subscription to our newsletter On the website you are given the opportunity to subscribe to our company's newsletter. Which personal data is transmitted to the person responsible for processing when ordering the newsletter is determined by the input mask used for this purpose. We inform our customers and business partners at regular intervals via a newsletter about the company and the company's offers. In principle, our company's newsletter can only be received by the data subject if we have given our consent in accordance with Article 6 Paragraph 1 Sentence 1 Letter a GDPR. Therefore, the newsletter can only be received if (1) the data subject has a valid email address and (2) the data subject registers to receive the newsletter. For legal reasons, a confirmation email will be sent using the double opt-in procedure to the email address entered by a data subject for the first time to receive the newsletter. This confirmation email is used to check whether the owner of the email address as the data subject has authorized receipt of the newsletter. When registering for the newsletter, we also store the IP address assigned by the Internet service provider (ISP) of the computer system used by the data subject at the time of registration as well as the date and time of registration. The collection of this data is necessary in order to be able to understand the (possible) misuse of the e-mail address of a data subject at a later point in time and therefore serves to provide legal protection for the person responsible for processing (legal basis: Art. 6 para. 1 sentence 1 lit. c GDPR). The personal data collected when registering for the newsletter is used exclusively to send our newsletter. Furthermore, subscribers to the newsletter could be informed by email if this is necessary for the operation of the newsletter service or a related registration, as could be the case in the event of changes to the newsletter offer or a change in technical circumstances. The personal data collected as part of the newsletter service will not be passed on to third parties. The data subject can cancel the subscription to our newsletter at any time. The consent to the storage of personal data that the data subject has given us for sending the newsletter can be revoked at any time. For the purpose of revoking your consent, there is a corresponding link in every newsletter. It is also possible to unsubscribe from the newsletter by email or post at any time directly on the website of the person responsible for processing using the contact details provided under 2 and 3. or to communicate this to the person responsible for processing in another way. 11. CleverReach This website uses CleverReach to send newsletters. The provider is CleverReach GmbH & Co. KG, Mühlenstr. 43, 26180 Rastede. CleverReach is a service that can be used to organize and analyze newsletter distribution. The data you enter to receive the newsletter (e.g. email address) is stored on CleverReach's servers in Germany and Ireland. Our newsletters sent with CleverReach enable us to analyze the behavior of newsletter recipients. This can include, among other things: Analyzes how many recipients opened the newsletter message and how often which link in the newsletter was clicked. With the help of so-called conversion tracking, it can also be analyzed whether a pre-defined action (e.g. purchasing a product on our website) took place after clicking on the link in the newsletter. Further information about data analysis through the CleverReach newsletter can be found at: www.cleverreach.com/de/funktions/reporting-und-tracking/ . Data processing is based on your consent (Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. a GDPR). You can revoke this consent at any time by unsubscribing from the newsletter. The legality of the data processing operations that have already taken place remains unaffected by the revocation. If you do not want analysis by CleverReach, you must unsubscribe from the newsletter. For this purpose, we provide a corresponding link in every newsletter message. You can also unsubscribe from the newsletter directly on the website. The data you provide to us for the purpose of subscribing to the newsletter will be stored by us until you unsubscribe from the newsletter and will be deleted from both our servers and CleverReach's servers after you unsubscribe from the newsletter. Data stored by us for other purposes (e.g. email addresses for the member area) remains unaffected. For more information, please see CleverReach's data protection regulations at: www.cleverreach.com/de/datenschutz/ . Conclusion of a contract for order data processing We have concluded a contract for data processing with CleverReach and fully implement the strict requirements of the German data protection authorities when using CleverReach. 12. Deletion and blocking of personal data Unless otherwise stated: The data controller processes and stores personal data of the data subject only for the period necessary to achieve the purpose of storage or if this is provided for in laws or regulations to which the data controller is subject. If the purpose of storage no longer applies or if a storage period prescribed by another responsible legislator expires, the personal data will be blocked or deleted in accordance with legal regulations. 13. Rights of the data subject a) Right to information You can exercise your right to information from us at any time in accordance with Art. 15 GDPR as to whether personal data concerning you is being processed by us. b) Right to rectification You can exercise your right to rectification in accordance with Art. 16 GDPR at any time and request that incorrect personal data concerning you be corrected. c) Right to restriction of processing You can exercise your right to restrict processing in accordance with Article 18 of the GDPR at any time and request that processing be restricted, provided that the legal requirements for this are met. d) Right to deletion You can exercise your right to deletion in accordance with Article 17 of the GDPR at any time and request that personal data concerning you be deleted immediately if this data is no longer required for the purposes for which it was collected or otherwise processed. This right to deletion may conflict with other legal obligations (e.g. retention obligations). e) Right to information You can assert your right to information in accordance with Art. 19 GDPR at any time. If you have asserted the right to delete, correct or restrict the processing of personal data concerning you, we are obliged to inform all recipients to whom the personal data concerning you have been disclosed of the correction or deletion of the data or the restriction of processing unless this proves to be impossible or involves disproportionate effort. You have the right to be informed about these recipients. f) Right to data portability You can exercise your right to data portability in accordance with Art. 20 GDPR at any time. You have the right to receive the personal data you have provided to us in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format or to request that it be transmitted to another controller if this is technically feasible. g) Right to object to data collection in special cases and to direct advertising (Article 21 GDPR) You have the right, for reasons arising from your particular situation, to object at any time to the processing of personal data concerning you, which is carried out on the basis of Article 6 Paragraph 1 Letters e or f GDPR; This also applies to profiling based on these provisions. The respective legal basis on which processing is based can be found in this data protection policy. If you object, we will no longer process your personal data concerned unless we can demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for the processing which override the interests, rights and freedoms of the data subject, or the processing serves to assert, exercise or Defense of legal claims (objection according to Art. 21 Para. 1 GDPR). If we process personal data in order to conduct direct advertising, the data subject has the right to object at any time to the processing of personal data for the purpose of such advertising; This also applies to profiling insofar as it is connected to such direct advertising. If the data subject objects to us processing it for direct advertising purposes, we will no longer process the personal data for these purposes (objection according to Art. 21 Para. 2 GDPR). h) Right to revoke consent under data protection law You have the right to revoke your data protection consent to the processing of personal data at any time. The revocation of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing carried out based on the consent before its revocation. i) Right to complain to a supervisory authority Without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial remedy, you have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State of your residence, your place of work or the place of the alleged infringement, if you are of the opinion that the processing of your personal data is contrary to violates the GDPR. 14. Data protection for applications and the application process We offer you the opportunity to apply to us (e.g. by email, post or via Facebook). Below we will inform you about the scope, purpose and use of your personal data collected as part of the application process. We assure that the collection, processing and use of your data is carried out in accordance with applicable data protection law and all other legal provisions and that your data will be treated with strict confidentiality. Scope and purpose of data collection If you send us an application, we process your associated personal data (e.g. contact and communication data, application documents, notes from job interviews, etc.) to the extent that this is necessary to decide on the establishment of an employment relationship. The legal basis for this is Section 26 BDSG-new under German law (initiation of an employment relationship), Article 6 Paragraph 1 Letter b GDPR (general contract initiation) and – if you have given your consent – Article 6 Paragraph 1 Letter a GDPR . Consent can be revoked at any time. Your personal data will only be passed on within our company to people who are involved in processing your application. If the application is successful, the data you submit will be stored in our data processing systems for the purpose of carrying out the employment relationship on the basis of Section 26 BDSG-new and Article 6 Paragraph 1 Letter b GDPR. Data retention period If we cannot make you a job offer, you reject a job offer or withdraw your application, we reserve the right to keep the data you have transmitted for up to 6 months based on our legitimate interests (Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. f GDPR). from the end of the application process (rejection or withdrawal of the application). The data will then be deleted and the physical application documents destroyed. The storage serves in particular for evidentiary purposes in the event of a legal dispute. If it becomes clear that the data will be required after the 6-month period has expired (e.g. due to an impending or pending legal dispute), deletion will only take place when the purpose for further storage no longer applies. Longer storage can also take place if you have given your consent (Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. a GDPR) or if legal retention obligations conflict with deletion. 15. Data protection regulations on the application and use of fan pages 15.1 Data protection declaration for the Facebook fan page “voylt” 15.1.1 Responsible persons As the operator of this Facebook page, we (visionE GmbH, Rudi-Schillings-Straße 1, 54296 Trier, Germany) are responsible together with the operator of the social network Facebook (Facebook Ireland Ltd., 4 Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2, Ireland). Within the meaning of Article 4 No. 7 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). When you visit our Facebook page, personal data is processed by those responsible. Below we will inform you about what data this is, how it is processed and what rights you have in this regard. As the person responsible for this site, we have entered into agreements with Facebook which, among other things, regulate the conditions for using the Facebook site. The Facebook terms of use and the other conditions and guidelines listed at the end are decisive. 15.1.2 Purposes of processing The processing of the information is intended, among other things, to enable Facebook to improve its advertising system, which it distributes across its network. On the other hand, it is intended to enable us, as operators of the Facebook page, to receive statistics that Facebook creates based on visits to our Facebook page. This is intended to control the marketing of our activities. For example, this allows us to learn about the profiles of visitors who like our Facebook page or use the site's applications in order to provide them with more relevant content and develop features that may be of greater interest to them. So that we can better understand how we can better achieve our goals with our Facebook page, demographic and geographical evaluations are also created and made available to us based on the information collected. We can use this information to display targeted interest-based advertisements without having direct knowledge of the visitor's identity. If visitors use Facebook on multiple devices, the recording and evaluation can also take place across devices if they are registered visitors who are logged in to their own profile. The visitor statistics created are only transmitted to us in anonymous form. We have no access to the underlying data. 15.1.3 Legal basis and legitimate interests We operate this Facebook page to present ourselves to Facebook users and other interested people who visit our Facebook page and to communicate with them. The processing of users' personal data is based on our legitimate interests in an optimized company presentation (Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. f GDPR). 15.1.4 Sharing of data We have neither influence on the collection of data by Facebook nor on the data processing processes existing at Facebook. We are also not aware of the scope of data collection, the purposes of processing or the storage periods. A forwarding of the data into anonymized statistics cannot therefore be ruled out. If you visit our Facebook page, it is conceivable that some of the information collected may also be processed outside the European Union by Facebook Inc., based in the USA. We would like to point out that the USA is assessed by the European Court of Justice as a country with an inadequate level of data protection according to EU standards. There is a risk that your data may be processed by US authorities for control and monitoring purposes, possibly without any legal recourse on your part. You decide for yourself in the consent management of the Facebook page whether you want to agree to such a transfer or not. In such a case, the transfer takes place on the basis of your consent in accordance with Article 6 (1) (a) GDPR. We ourselves do not pass on any personal data. 15.1.5 Possible objections Facebook users can use the advertising preferences settings to influence the extent to which their user behavior may be recorded when they visit our Facebook page. Further options are available in the Facebook settings, the consent management of the fan page or the right of objection form. Processing of information using the cookies used by Facebook can be prevented by not allowing third-party cookies or those from Facebook in your browser settings. 15.1.6 Nature of shared responsibility The agreements with Facebook on shared responsibility essentially mean that requests for information and the assertion of other data subject rights are sensibly asserted directly with Facebook. As a provider of the social network and the ability to integrate Facebook pages there, Facebook alone has direct access to the necessary information and can also immediately take any necessary measures and provide information. If our support is still required, we can be contacted at any time. 15.1.7 Information on contact options and other rights as a data subject Further information about our contact details, the rights of data subjects vis-à-vis us and how we process personal data can be found in this data protection declaration. Information on how Facebook handles personal data can be found in their Privacy Policy . 15.2 Data protection declaration for Instagram 15.2.1. responsible As the operator of this Instagram page, we (visionE GmbH, Rudi-Schillings-Str. 1, 54296 Trier, Germany) are responsible together with the operator of the social network Instagram (Facebook Ireland Ltd., 4 Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2, Ireland). within the meaning of Article 4 No. 7 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). When you visit our Instagram page, personal data is processed by those responsible. Below we will inform you about what data this is, how it is processed and what rights you have in this regard. As the person responsible for this site, we have entered into agreements with Facebook which, among other things, regulate the conditions for using the Instagram site. The decisive factors are the Instagram Terms of Service under https://help.instagram.com/581066165581870 as well as the other conditions and guidelines listed at the end there. 15.2.2 Purposes of processing The processing of the information is intended, among other things, to enable Facebook to improve its advertising system, which it distributes across its network. On the other hand, it is intended to enable us, as operators of the Instagram page, to receive statistics that Facebook creates based on visits to our Instagram page. This is intended to control the marketing of our activities. For example, this allows us to learn about the profiles of visitors who like our Instagram page or use the site's applications in order to provide them with more relevant content and develop features that may be of greater interest to them. So that we can better understand how we can better achieve our goals with our Instagram page, demographic and geographical analyzes are also created and made available to us based on the information collected. We can use this information to display targeted interest-based advertisements without having direct knowledge of the visitor's identity. If visitors use Facebook on multiple devices, the recording and evaluation can also take place across devices if they are registered visitors who are logged in to their own profile. The visitor statistics created are only transmitted to us in anonymous form. We have no access to the underlying data. 15.2.3 Legal basis and legitimate interests We operate this Instagram page to present ourselves to Instagram users and other interested people who visit our Instagram page and to communicate with them. The processing of users' personal data is based on our legitimate interests in an optimized company presentation (Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. f GDPR). 15.2.4 Sharing of data We have neither influence on the collection of data by Instagram nor on the data processing processes existing at Facebook. We are also not aware of the scope of data collection, the purposes of processing or the storage periods. A forwarding of the data into anonymized statistics cannot therefore be ruled out. If you visit our Instagram page, it is conceivable that some of the information collected may also be processed outside the European Union by Facebook Inc., based in the USA. We would like to point out that the USA is assessed by the European Court of Justice as a country with an inadequate level of data protection according to EU standards. There is a risk that your data may be processed by US authorities for control and monitoring purposes, possibly without any legal recourse on your part. You decide for yourself in the consent management of the Instagram page whether you want to agree to such a transfer or not. In such a case, the transfer takes place on the basis of your consent in accordance with Article 49 (1) (a) GDPR. We ourselves do not pass on any personal data. 15.2.5 Possible objections Instagram users can visit the Ad preferences settings influence the extent to which your user behavior may be recorded when you visit our Instagram page. The Facebook and Instagram settings under: https://www.facebook.com/login.php?next=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fads%2Fpreferences%2F%3Fentry_product%3Dad_settings_screen https://www.instagram.com/accounts/login/?next=/accounts/privacy_and_security/ , the consent management of the fan page or the Right of objection form under: https://www.facebook.com/help/contact/1994830130782319 . The processing of information using the cookies used by Facebook can be prevented by not allowing third-party cookies or those from Facebook in your browser settings. 15.2.6 Nature of shared responsibility The agreements with Facebook on shared responsibility essentially mean that requests for information and the assertion of other data subject rights are sensibly asserted directly with Facebook. As a provider of the social network and the ability to integrate Facebook pages there, Facebook alone has direct access to the necessary information and can also immediately take any necessary measures and provide information. If our support is still required, we can be contacted at any time. 15.2.7 Information on contact options and other rights as a data subject Further information about our contact details, the rights of data subjects vis-à-vis us and how we otherwise process personal data can be found in this privacy policy. Information on how Facebook handles personal data on Instagram can be found in their Privacy Policy under https://help.instagram.com/519522125107875 15.3 Data protection declaration for LinkedIn 15.3.1 Responsible persons As the operator of this LinkedIn page, we (visionE GmbH, Rudi-Schillings-Straße 1, 54296 Trier, Germany) are responsible together with the operator of the social network LinkedIn (LinkedIn Ireland Unlimited Company Wilton Place, Dublin 2, Ireland) within the meaning of Art 4 No. 7 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). When you visit our LinkedIn page, personal data is processed by those responsible. Below we will inform you about what data this is, how it is processed and what rights you have in this regard. As the person responsible for this site, we have entered into agreements with LinkedIn which, among other things, regulate the conditions for use of the LinkedIn site. The LinkedIn Terms of Use apply at: www.linkedin.com/legal/user-agreement 15.3.2 Purposes of processing The processing of the information is intended, among other things, to enable LinkedIn to improve its system of advertising that it distributes across its network. On the other hand, it is intended to enable us, as operators of the LinkedIn site, to receive statistics that LinkedIn creates based on visitors to our LinkedIn site. This is intended to control the marketing of our activities. For example, this allows us to learn about the profiles of visitors who value our LinkedIn page or use the site's applications in order to provide you with relevant content and develop features that may be of greatest interest to you. So that we can better understand how we can better achieve our goals with our LinkedIn page, demographic and geographical evaluations are also created and made available to us based on the information collected. We can use this information to place targeted interest-based advertisements without having direct knowledge of the visitor's identity. If visitors use LinkedIn on multiple devices, the recording and evaluation can also take place across devices if they are registered visitors who are logged in to their own profile. The visitor statistics created are only transmitted to us in anonymous form. We have no access to the underlying data. 15.3.3 Legal basis and legitimate interests We operate this LinkedIn page to present ourselves to LinkedIn users and other interested people who visit our LinkedIn page and to communicate with them. The processing of users' personal data is based on our legitimate interests in an optimized company presentation (Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. f GDPR). 15.3.4 Sharing of data We have no influence on the collection of data by LinkedIn or on LinkedIn's existing data processing operations. We are also not aware of the scope of data collection, the purposes of processing or the storage periods. A forwarding of the data into anonymized statistics cannot therefore be ruled out. If you visit our LinkedIn page, it is conceivable that some of the information collected may also be processed outside the European Union by LinkedIn Corporation based in the USA. We would like to point out that the USA is assessed by the European Court of Justice as a country with an inadequate level of data protection according to EU standards. There is a risk that your data may be processed by US authorities for control and monitoring purposes, possibly without any legal remedy. You decide for yourself in the consent management of the Instagram page whether you want to agree to such a transfer or not. In such a case, the transfer takes place on the basis of your consent in accordance with Article 6 (1) (a) GDPR. We ourselves do not pass on any personal data. 15.3.5 Possible objections LinkedIn users can influence the extent to which their user behavior may be recorded when they visit our LinkedIn page in the consent management of the LinkedIn page. LinkedIn offers further options in the settings in the LinkedIn account and via the consent management of the fan page. The processing of information using the cookies used by LinkedIn can be prevented by not allowing third-party cookies or those from LinkedIn in your own browser settings. 15.3.6 Nature of shared responsibility The agreements with LinkedIn on shared responsibility essentially mean that requests for information and the assertion of other data subject rights are sensibly asserted directly with LinkedIn. As a provider of the social network and the possibility of integrating LinkedIn pages there, LinkedIn alone has direct access to the necessary information and can also immediately take any necessary measures and provide information. If our support is still required, we can be contacted at any time. 15.3.7 Information on contact options and other rights as a data subject Further information about our contact details, the rights of data subjects vis-à-vis us and how we process personal data can be found in this data protection declaration. Information on how LinkedIn handles personal data can be found in their privacy policy (https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy?_l=de_DE). ​ 16. Google Analytics (with anonymization function) This website uses functions of the web analysis service Google Analytics. The provider is Google Ireland Limited (“Google”), Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland. Google Analytics uses so-called “cookies”. These are text files that are stored on your computer and enable your use of the website to be analyzed. The information generated by cookies about your use of this website is usually transmitted to a Google server in the USA and stored there. Legal basis for processing: The storage of “Google Analytics cookies” and the use of this tool are based on your consent as part of consent management. Processing is carried out exclusively on the basis of Article 6 Paragraph 1 Letter a GDPR. You can revoke or change your consent at any time in consent management. You can set your browser so that you are informed about the setting of cookies and only allow cookies in individual cases, exclude the acceptance of cookies for certain cases or in general, and activate the automatic deletion of cookies when you close the browser. If cookies are deactivated, the functionality of this website may be restricted. Google also processes your personal data in the USA. We would like to point out that the USA is assessed by the European Court of Justice as a country with an inadequate level of data protection according to EU standards. There is a risk that your data may be processed by US authorities for control and monitoring purposes, possibly without any legal recourse on your part. In such a case, the transfer takes place on the basis of your consent to the use of Google cookies in accordance with Article 6 Paragraph 1 Letter a in conjunction with Article 49 Paragraph 1 Letter a GDPR, since consent to the use of the Google cookies cannot be used to exclude data transfer to the USA. We ourselves do not pass on any personal data. IP anonymization We have activated the IP anonymization function on this website. This means that your IP address will be shortened by Google within member states of the European Union or in other contracting states to the Agreement on the European Economic Area before it is transmitted to the USA. Only in exceptional cases will the full IP address be transmitted to a Google server in the USA and shortened there. On behalf of the operator of this website, Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the website, to compile reports on website activity and to provide other services related to website activity and internet usage to the website operator. The IP address transmitted by your browser as part of Google Analytics is not combined with other Google data. Browser plugin You can prevent the storage of cookies in the consent management of the homepage or by setting your browser software accordingly; However, we would like to point out that in this case you may not be able to use all functions of this website to their full extent. You can also prevent Google from collecting the data generated by the cookie and relating to your use of the website (including your IP address) and from processing this data by Google by downloading the browser plug-in available under the following link and install: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de Demographic characteristics in Google Analytics This website uses the “demographic characteristics” function of Google Analytics. This allows reports to be created that contain information about the age, gender and interests of site visitors. This data comes from interest-based advertising from Google and third-party visitor data. This data cannot be assigned to a specific person. You can deactivate this function at any time via the ad settings in your Google account or generally prohibit the collection of your data by Google Analytics as described in the section “Objection to data collection”. Objection against data collection You can prevent Google Analytics from collecting your data in the consent management on the homepage or by clicking on the following link. In the latter case, an opt-out cookie is set that prevents your data from being collected on future visits to this website: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?h You can find more information about how Google Analytics handles user data in Google's privacy policy: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=de . Order processing We have concluded an order processing contract with Google and fully implement the strict requirements of the German data protection authorities when using Google Analytics. In its resolution of May 12, 2020, the Conference of Independent Federal and State Data Protection Supervisory Authorities (DSK) stated that the data processed with Google Analytics is personal data within the meaning of the GDPR. According to the data protection supervisory authorities, the processing of personal data in connection with Google Analytics is not order processing in accordance with Art. 28 GDPR. According to Art. 4 No. 7, Art. 28 Para. 10 GDPR, the person responsible must determine the purposes and means of processing themselves. This results in the processor's obligation to process the data exclusively on the instructions of the person responsible (Article 29 GDPR). When using Google Analytics, we as website operators do not solely determine the purposes and means of data processing. Rather, some of these are specified exclusively by Google, so that Google itself is responsible in this respect. The supervisory authorities make it clear: “Although Google continues to offer a contract for order processing, it also makes it clear in the 'Google Measurement Controller-Controller Data Protection Terms' that Google and the user (website operator) are separately responsible for certain processing processes . In addition, Google makes it clear in the terms of use that Google processes the data for its own purposes, in particular for the purpose of providing its web analysis and tracking service. According to Article 28 Paragraph 10 GDPR, Google is no longer a processor. Taking into account the current case law of the ECJ, Google and the Google Analytics user are jointly responsible for data processing, so that the requirements of Article 26 GDPR must be observed.” We have entered into a shared responsibility agreement with Google. We would also like to point out at this point that the DSK places its opinion under the reservation of a future - possibly different - interpretation by the European Data Protection Board and the case law of the ECJ. Nature of shared responsibility The agreements with Google on shared responsibility essentially mean that requests for information and the assertion of other data subject rights are sensibly asserted directly with Google. As a provider of the social network and the ability to integrate Google pages there, Google alone has direct access to the necessary information and can also immediately take any necessary measures and provide information. If our support is still required, we can be contacted at any time. Storage period User and event-level data stored in Google Analytics that are linked to cookies, user identifiers (e.g. User ID) or advertising IDs (e.g. DoubleClick cookies, Android advertising ID) will be removed after March 26 deleted months ago. Details can be found at the following link: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/7667196?hl=de 17. Google Remarketing This website uses the functions of Google Analytics Remarketing. The provider is Google Ireland Limited (“Google”), Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland. Google Remarketing analyzes your user behavior on our website (e.g. clicks on certain products) in order to classify you into specific advertising target groups and then show you appropriate web messages when you visit other online offers (remarketing or retargeting). Furthermore, the advertising target groups created with Google Remarketing can be linked to Google's cross-device functions. In this way, interest-based, personalized advertising messages that have been adapted to you on one device (e.g. cell phone) depending on your previous usage and surfing behavior can also be displayed on another of your devices (e.g. tablet or PC). If you have a Google account, you can object to personalized advertising using the following link: www.google.com/settings/ads/onweb/ . Legal basis for processing personal data The storage of “Google cookies” and the use of this tool are based on your consent as part of consent management. Processing is carried out exclusively on the basis of Article 6 Paragraph 1 Letter a GDPR. transfer Google also processes your personal data in the USA. We would like to point out that the USA is assessed by the European Court of Justice as a country with an inadequate level of data protection according to EU standards. There is a risk that your data may be processed by US authorities for control and monitoring purposes, possibly without any legal recourse on your part. By agreeing to the use of Google Ads and Google Conversion Tracking in consent management, you also agree to such a transfer to the USA. In such a case, the transfer takes place on the basis of your consent to the use of Google cookies in accordance with Article 6 Paragraph 1 Letter a in conjunction with Article 49 Paragraph 1 Letter a GDPR, since consent to the use of the With Google cookies, data transfer to the USA cannot always be ruled out. We ourselves do not pass on any personal data. Objection to data collection You can revoke or change your consent at any time in consent management. You can set your browser so that you are informed about the setting of cookies and only allow cookies in individual cases, exclude the acceptance of cookies for certain cases or in general, and activate the automatic deletion of cookies when you close the browser. If cookies are deactivated, the functionality of this website may be restricted. Storage period User and event-level data stored in Google Analytics that are linked to cookies, user identifiers (e.g. User ID) or advertising IDs (e.g. DoubleClick cookies, Android advertising ID) will be removed after March 26 deleted months ago. Details can be found at the following link: support.google.com/analytics/answer/7667196 18. Data protection regulations on the application and use of the Facebook Pixel, Facebook Custom Audiences and Facebook Conversion Within our online offering, the so-called “Facebook pixel” of the social network Facebook, which is operated by Facebook Inc., 1 Hacker Way, Menlo Park, CA 94025, USA, or if you are based in the EU, Facebook Ireland Ltd. , 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2, Ireland ("Facebook"). With the help of the Facebook pixel, Facebook is able to determine you, as a visitor to our online offering, as a target group for the display of advertisements (so-called “Facebook ads”). Accordingly, we use the Facebook pixel to only show the Facebook ads we place to those Facebook users who have shown an interest in our online offering or who have certain characteristics (e.g. interests in certain topics or products). determined based on the websites visited) that we transmit to Facebook (so-called “Custom Audiences”). With the help of the Facebook pixel, we also want to ensure that our Facebook ads correspond to the potential interest of the users and do not appear annoying. With the help of the Facebook pixel, we can further understand the effectiveness of Facebook advertisements for statistical and market research purposes by seeing whether users were redirected to our website after clicking on a Facebook advertisement (so-called “conversion”). We only receive statistical data from Facebook without reference to a specific person. This allows us to record the effectiveness of Facebook advertisements for statistical and market research purposes. In particular, if you are logged in to Facebook, we would like to refer you to their data protection information.https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/ . Facebook privacy policy The processing of data by Facebook takes place within the framework of Facebook's data usage policy. Accordingly, you will find general information on the display of Facebook ads in the Facebook data usage policy . You can find specific information and details about the Facebook Pixel and how it works in the Facebook help section . Legal basis for processing personal data The storage of “Facebook pixel cookies” and the use of this tool are based on your consent as part of consent management. Processing is carried out exclusively on the basis of Article 6 Paragraph 1 Letter a GDPR. You can revoke or change your consent at any time in consent management. Transfer of data If you visit our website, it is conceivable that some of the information collected may also be processed outside the European Union by Facebook Inc., based in the USA. We would like to point out that the USA is assessed by the European Court of Justice as a country with an inadequate level of data protection according to EU standards. There is a risk that your data may be processed by US authorities for control and monitoring purposes, possibly without any legal remedy. You decide for yourself in consent management whether you want to agree to such a transfer or not. In such a case, your data will be transmitted on the basis of your consent to the use of the Facebook Pixel in accordance with Article 6 Paragraph 1 Letter a in conjunction with Article 49 Paragraph 1 Letter a GDPR, as with your consent to the use Data transfer to the USA cannot always be ruled out. Possible objections Facebook users can visit the Ad preferences settings influence the extent to which their user behavior may be recorded. The Facebook settings , the consent management of our homepage or the Right of objection form . Processing of information using the cookies used by Facebook can be prevented by not allowing third-party cookies or those from Facebook in your browser settings. Order processing contract For the processing of data for which Facebook acts as a processor, we have concluded an order processing agreement with Facebook, in which we oblige Facebook to protect our customers' data and not to pass it on to third parties. AWIN affiliate program The person responsible for processing has integrated components from Awin on this website. Awin is a German affiliate network of Awin AG, Eichhornstraße 3, 10785 Berlin, Germany, which offers affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing is an Internet-based form of sales that enables commercial operators of Internet sites, the so-called merchants or advertisers, to place advertising, which is usually paid for through click or sale commissions, on third-party Internet sites, i.e. with sales partners who are also affiliates or publishers to be shown. The merchant provides an advertising medium via the affiliate network, i.e. an advertising banner or other suitable means of Internet advertising, which is subsequently integrated by an affiliate on its own Internet pages or via other channels, such as keyword advertising or e-mail. Marketing, to be advertised. Data collected The following data is collected as part of affiliate marketing: Affiliate partner identification number User identification number Information about clicked advertising materials If applicable, order and product ID Purpose of processing The purpose of storing this data is to process commission payments between a merchant and the affiliate, which are processed via the affiliate network, i.e. Awin. According to AWIN, Awin's tracking cookie does not store any personal data. Only the identification number of the affiliate, i.e. the partner who refers the potential customer, as well as the serial number of the visitor to a website and the advertising medium clicked on are stored. Legal basis for processing If you would like to block the evaluation of user behavior via cookies, you can set your browser so that you are informed about the setting of cookies and decide individually whether to accept them or exclude the acceptance of cookies for certain cases or in general. To the extent legally required, we have obtained your consent for the processing of your data as described above in accordance with Article 6 (1) (a) GDPR. You can revoke your consent at any time with future effect. To exercise your revocation, please follow the option described above for making an objection. If the information also contains personal data, the processing described is carried out on the basis of our legitimate financial interest in processing commission payments with Awin in accordance with Article 6 (1) (f) GDPR. The data subject can prevent the setting of cookies through our website at any time by means of an appropriate setting in the Internet browser used and thus permanently object to the setting of cookies. Such a setting of the Internet browser used would also prevent Awin from setting a cookie on the information technology system of the data subject. In addition, cookies already set by Awin can be deleted at any time via an internet browser or other software programs. Belboon – affiliate program The person responsible for processing has integrated components from belboon on this website. Belboon is a German affiliate network of belboon GmbH, Weinmeisterstr. 12-14, 10178 Berlin, Germany, which offers affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing is an Internet-based form of sales that enables commercial operators of Internet sites, the so-called merchants or advertisers, to place advertising, which is usually paid for through click or sale commissions, on third-party Internet sites, i.e. with sales partners who are also affiliates or publishers to be shown. The merchant provides an advertising medium via the affiliate network, i.e. an advertising banner or other suitable means of Internet advertising, which is subsequently integrated by an affiliate on its own Internet pages or via other channels, such as keyword advertising or e-mail. Marketing, to be advertised. Data collected The following data is collected as part of affiliate marketing: Affiliate partner identification number User identification number Information about clicked advertising materials If applicable, order and product ID Purpose of processing The purpose of storing this data is to process commission payments between a merchant and the affiliate, which are processed via the affiliate network, i.e. belboon. Cookies Belboon sets a cookie on the information technology system of the data subject. These cookies serve the sole purpose of correctly assigning the success of an advertising medium and the corresponding billing within the network. Belboon also uses so-called tracking pixels. This allows information such as visitor traffic on the pages to be evaluated. The information generated by cookies and tracking pixels about the use of this website (including the IP address) and delivery of advertising formats is transmitted to a belboon server and stored there. Among other things, belboon can recognize that the partner link on this website was clicked on. belboon can pass on this (anonymized) information to contractual partners under certain circumstances, but data such as the IP address will not be merged with other stored data. Legal basis for processing If you would like to block the evaluation of user behavior via cookies, you can set your browser so that you are informed about the setting of cookies and decide individually whether to accept them or exclude the acceptance of cookies for certain cases or in general. To the extent legally required, we have obtained your consent for the processing of your data as described above in accordance with Article 6 (1) (a) GDPR. You can revoke your consent at any time with future effect. To exercise your revocation, please follow the option described above for making an objection. If the information also contains personal data, the processing described is carried out on the basis of our legitimate financial interest in processing commission payments with belboon in accordance with Article 6 (1) (f) GDPR. The data subject can prevent the setting of cookies through our website at any time by means of an appropriate setting in the Internet browser used and thus permanently object to the setting of cookies. Such a setting of the Internet browser used would also prevent belboon from setting a cookie on the information technology system of the data subject. In addition, cookies already set by belboon can be deleted at any time via an internet browser or other software programs. Further information on belboon's use of data can be found in the belboon data protection declaration at https://www.belboon.com/de/ueber-us/datenschutz/ 21. Hotjar This website uses Hotjar from Hotjar Limited (Level 2, St Julian's Business Centre, 3, Elia Zammit Street, St Julian's STJ 1000, Malta). We use Hotjar to better understand the needs of our users and to improve what we offer on our website optimize. Purposes of processing With the help of Hotjar we get a better understanding of our users' experiences. We find out, for example, how much time you spend on which pages, which links you click on, what you like and what you don't like, etc. things more. This information helps us to align our offering with feedback from our users. Hotjar uses cookies and other technologies to collect information about your behavior and the devices you use. These include, among others: - IP address of your computer (collected and stored in an anonymous format) Screen size Browser information (browser, version, etc.) Your location (country) Your preferred language setting Websites visited (subpages) Date and time of access to one of our subpages (websites) Further information about the privacy policy and what data is collected and how Hotjar can be found on www.hotjar.com/legal/policies/privacy . Legal basis and legitimate interests The storage of “Hotjar cookies” and the use of this tool are based on your consent as part of consent management. Processing is carried out exclusively on the basis of Article 6 Paragraph 1 Sentence 1 Letter a GDPR. You can revoke or change your consent at any time in consent management. Storage period The above information is neither used by Hotjar nor by us to identify individual users or combined with other data about individual users. Hotjar states that your data will be deleted after 1 year at the latest. transfer According to Hotjar, it does not store any of your personal data for analysis. According to the company, no data is passed on to third parties. We ourselves do not pass on any personal data. Possible objections You can set your browser so that you are informed about the setting of cookies and only allow cookies in individual cases, exclude the acceptance of cookies for certain cases or in general, and activate the automatic deletion of cookies when you close the browser. If cookies are deactivated, the functionality of this website may be restricted. 22. Legal basis for processing1 Unless stated otherwise: Art. 6 Paragraph 1 Sentence 1 Letter a GDPR serves our company as the legal basis for processing operations in which we obtain consent for a specific processing purpose. If the processing of personal data is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is a party, as is the case, for example, with processing operations that are necessary for the delivery of goods or the provision of any other service or consideration, the processing is based on Art. 6 Paragraph 1 Sentence 1 Letter b GDPR. The same applies to processing operations that are necessary to carry out pre-contractual measures, for example in cases of inquiries about our products or services. If our company is subject to a legal obligation that requires the processing of personal data, such as to fulfill tax obligations, the processing is based on Art. 6 Paragraph 1 Sentence 1 Letter c GDPR. In rare cases, the processing of personal data may be necessary to protect the vital interests of the data subject or another natural person. This would be the case, for example, if a visitor were injured in our company and his name, age, health insurance details or other vital information would then have to be passed on to a doctor, hospital or other third party. Then the processing would be based on Article 6 Paragraph 1 Sentence 1 Letter d GDPR. Ultimately, processing operations could be based on Article 6 Paragraph 1 Sentence 1 Letter f GDPR. Processing operations that are not covered by any of the above-mentioned legal bases are based on this legal basis if the processing is necessary to protect a legitimate interest of our company or a third party, provided that the interests, fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject do not prevail. We are permitted to carry out such processing operations in particular because they have been specifically mentioned by the European legislator. In this respect, he was of the opinion that a legitimate interest could be assumed if the data subject is a customer of the controller (Recital 47 Sentence 2 GDPR). 23. Legitimate interests in processing pursued by the controller or a third party1 If the processing of personal data is based on Article 6 Paragraph 1 Sentence 1 Letter f of the GDPR, our legitimate interest is to carry out our business activities for the benefit of the well-being of all our employees and our shareholders. 24. Duration for which the personal data will be stored 1 The criterion for the duration of storage of personal data is the respective statutory retention period. After the deadline has expired, the relevant data will be routinely deleted unless it is no longer required to fulfill the contract or initiate a contract. 25. Legal or contractual requirements for the provision of personal data; Necessity for the conclusion of the contract; Obligation of the data subject to provide the personal data; possible consequences of non-provision1 We would like to clarify that the provision of personal data is partly required by law (e.g. tax regulations) or can also result from contractual provisions (e.g. information on the contractual partner). In order to conclude a contract, it may sometimes be necessary for a data subject to provide us with personal data, which must subsequently be processed by us. For example, the data subject is obliged to provide us with personal data if our company enters into a contract with them. Failure to provide the personal data would mean that the contract with the person concerned could not be concluded. Before the data subject provides personal data, the data subject must contact one of our employees. Our employee will inform the data subject on a case-by-case basis whether the provision of the personal data is required by law or contract or is necessary for the conclusion of the contract, whether there is an obligation to provide the personal data and what consequences the non-provision of the personal data would have. 1) This data protection declaration was created in the marked points by the data protection declaration generator, which is in cooperation between DGD Deutsche Gesellschaft für Datenschutz GmbH, Dachau (available at: dsgvo-muster-datenschutzerklaerung.dg-datenschutz.de ) and the law firm Wilde/Beuger/Solmecke Rechtsanwälte GbR, Cologne (available at: www.wbs-law.de/it-recht/datenschutzrecht/datenschutzerklaerung-generator/ ) is operated and made available. These texts are subject to the copyright of DGD Deutsche Gesellschaft für Datenschutz GmbH, Dachau and the law firm Wilde/Beuger/Solmecke Rechtsanwälte GbR, Cologne. ​ General terms and conditions of use visionE GmbH, Rudi-Schillings-Straße 1, 54296 Trier, registered in the commercial register of the local court Wittlich commercial register number: HRB 46162 (hereinafter “visionE”) II. Scope These general terms and conditions of use (hereinafter "AGNB") regulate the service operated by visionE and its use in relation to the website "voylt.com" as well as the associated local and mobile applications and applications (hereinafter "voylt.com services") . The presentation and range of functions may differ depending on the type of access - e.g. via the website or mobile application. visionE operates a cross-manufacturer platform accessible via the Internet, through which natural or legal persons or partnerships (“Users”) with unlimited legal capacity can search for electric vehicles using the search function provided by visionE, contact the seller or enter into a purchase contract for an electric vehicle directly with the seller can complete. The area of voylt.com accessible via the Internet is generally open to private users and commercial or freelance users, provided they are not dealers/resellers. The use of these services is free of charge for users of voylt.com. In the case of a direct purchase, the general terms and conditions and cancellation rights, if applicable consumer information, of the respective seller apply, which are presented to the user in a way that they can be saved and printed out before the actual ordering process. This means that these conditions do not apply to contracts for electric vehicles concluded via the voylt.com platform. These General Terms and Conditions do not apply to providers and manufacturers (“sellers”) who offer electric vehicles for sale on the platform; Separate service contracts apply for this, which have priority. These General Terms and Conditions apply exclusively between visionE and the users. Differing general terms and conditions of the user do not apply. They do not apply even if visionE does not expressly contradict them. In addition, special or modified provisions may apply when using certain services or additional services from VisionE. In this case, you will be informed of this before using the product/service in question. To the extent that these special provisions deviate from the following regulations, they take precedence. Furthermore, these terms and conditions expressly do not apply to services marked as “third-party services” (e.g. from payment providers, insurance offers) that are not offered by visionE itself, but by a third party, even if this is free of charge and/or their use requires registration with visionE is. The general terms and conditions set by the third party apply exclusively to these services. If free services are used on voylt.com, this is done without any legal claim. Such services may be discontinued by visionE at any time and without prior notice. In addition to these general terms and conditions of use, the following also apply.Privacy Policy and only for consumers, the consumer information from visionE. II. Subject of the contract/service description/vehicle purchase process visionE enables users on its platform voylt.com to search for electric vehicles that have been posted and accessed online via an input mask, to contact the seller and, in particular, to have the option of purchasing electric vehicles directly from the provider/manufacturer. visionE only provides the technical requirements for using the services. visionE has no influence on the content of sales offers. In particular, visionE is not itself a provider/seller of discontinued electric vehicles. visionE is not involved in the relationship between manufacturer/provider and user/buyer as an intermediary, party or representative. Contracts that were initiated as a result of an offer placed via voylt.com are concluded and fulfilled without the involvement of visionE. visionE assumes no warranty or liability for the enforceability of concluded vehicle purchase contracts. a) visionE allows users to sort the search results based on various criteria. b) visionE also enables the user to contact the provider. To contact us, the user must provide their email address. This is then forwarded electronically to the seller with the associated product information. In addition, the telephone number can be specified and a message can be left in a free field; This information is sent to the seller with the email address. The seller will then contact the user. c) Basic process of binding vehicle purchase with a manufacturer/provider Vehicle purchase contracts are concluded and fulfilled without the involvement of visionE (see above). In this respect, visionE only provides the technical options for completing a binding electric vehicle purchase as follows: Sales advertisements from sellers merely represent non-binding offers that invite users to submit an offer. For an electric vehicle, the user could click on the "I have accepted the General Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy" button. and click the “Buy Now” button, the user makes a binding offer to conclude a contract for a vehicle. The prospective buyer is bound to this offer for 7 working days. A binding vehicle purchase contract between the seller and the prospective buyer is only concluded once the purchase offer has been confirmed by the manufacturer/provider. The right to use the voylt.com service and its functions only exists within the scope of the state of the art. The user expressly has no right to uninterrupted availability of the service. visionE reserves the right to temporarily restrict the ability to enter and access offers if this is necessary in view of capacity limits, the security or integrity of the servers or to carry out technical measures and if this serves to ensure the proper or improved provision of services (maintenance work). visionE takes into account the legitimate interests of all participants, especially through advance information. Particularly for technical reasons, it may sometimes not be possible or only possible to a limited extent to access activated advertisements (unforeseen system failures). III. User account / right of withdrawal To use the platform, the user may need to register and thereby open an account (“user account”). After registering, he will receive an email from visionE in which he must confirm his account again. As a consumer, the user is not informed of the statutory right of withdrawal. The reason for this is that the use of voylt.com is free of charge and you can stop using it at any time. If a user as a consumer concludes a purchase contract for an electric vehicle via the voylt.com platform, the general terms and conditions, consumer information and cancellation rights provided by the seller and on which the conclusion of the purchase contract is based apply. IV. Obligations of the user The user of voylt.com is responsible for all activities that take place under his user account. He must keep his connection identifier (e.g. user and access authorization assigned to the user as well as identification and authentication security, user names, passwords) secret, protect it from access by unauthorized persons and ensure proper use. The user is solely responsible for the use of his access and is liable for any misuse that occurs and bears all costs incurred for unauthorized use. In the event of unauthorized use or transfer of use, the user must immediately provide visionE with all information about the user upon request in order to assert claims against them. The user will immediately report to visionE any unauthorized use of passwords or access options to the products or other breaches of data security that have become known or suspected to the user. The user undertakes not to act in a way that impairs or interrupts the availability of the platform or the servers and networks that operate for the platform. The user is responsible for the data and content provided. The user must refrain from any improper use of the platform. In particular, the user may not transmit any content or data in an unlawful manner or with unlawful content - in particular, national and international industrial property rights, such as copyrights, must be observed. In particular, the user may not transmit any information with illegal or immoral content or post it on the Internet and may not be made aware of such information. The user refrains from making any attempt to access information or data without authorization himself or through third parties or to intervene or allow interference in the software and hardware systems operated by visionE or to penetrate visionE's data networks without authorization. Please see our platform rules for further details. visionE reserves the right to temporarily or completely exclude a user from use if the aforementioned principles are violated. visionE and its vicarious agents are to be indemnified from all third-party claims that result from culpable misuse or illegal use of the platform by the user or with his approval or that arise in particular from data protection, copyright or other legal disputes that arise from the use of the platform are connected. If the user recognizes such a violation or must recognize that such a violation is imminent, there is an obligation to inform visionE immediately. Furthermore, the user is obliged to provide all relevant cooperation services immediately and free of charge, especially if visionE requests the user to do so and the necessary measures do not exceed a reasonable amount of effort. V. Compensation The use of the platform is free of charge for users. In the case of a binding purchase of an electric vehicle, payment is made in accordance with the payment methods offered by the manufacturer/provider. The services of visionE are only subject to a charge for sellers who conclude an independent contract for this. Offsetting is only possible with undisputed or legally established claims. VI. Limitations of Liability visionE assumes no liability for the accuracy and completeness of the information provided by providers/sellers or for the identity of the sellers. The content posted by the seller is third-party content for visionE within the meaning of Section 8 Paragraph 1 of the Telemedia Act (TMG). The legal responsibility for this content therefore lies with the person or company that provided the information. visionE only provides the services in accordance with these General Terms and Conditions and the service description. visionE is not obliged to execute a purchase contract. visionE assumes no liability for technical defects of the platform offered, in particular for its constant and uninterrupted availability and its contents or for the complete and error-free reproduction of the information provided there by the users. visionE is only liable for its own area of responsibility; users of the services offered are not vicarious agents of visionE. visionE is only liable to consumers (§ 13 BGB) in the event of intent or gross negligence. This does not apply in the event of injury to life, body or health. In the event of a breach of essential contractual obligations, default by the debtor or an impossibility for which visionE is responsible, visionE is only liable for culpable behavior on the part of employees and vicarious agents. visionE's liability is always limited to compensation for typical and foreseeable damage. visionE is not liable for damages that did not arise directly from the use of the platform or for other financial losses such as lost profits. In relation to consumers (§ 13 BGB), these liability limitations do not apply to damages resulting from injury to life, body or health, nor to other damages resulting from an intentional or grossly negligent breach of duty by legal representatives, senior employees or other vicarious agents from visionE. visionE makes no representation, warranty or guarantee that a) the use of the platform meets the requirements or expectations of the user b) the use of the services can be uninterrupted, timely, secure or error-free c) stored data is accurate or reliable d) all defects in the functionalities are corrected Unless expressly agreed otherwise, advice or information that users receive from voylt.com does not constitute a warranty claim against visionE. The liability and warranty exclusions in Sections 1-8. do not affect your legal rights (e.g. burden of proof), to which you are entitled in any case and which cannot be changed or waived by contract. VII. Data protection The data protection guidelines apply in their currently valid version. VIII. Duration of the contract and termination of the contract with visionE The contract is concluded each time the user uses voylt.com. A user account created runs for an indefinite period of time. The user can delete his user account at any time. visionE can terminate this user agreement with the user at any time. The right to terminate for good cause remains unaffected. ​ IX. Final provisions visionE reserves the right to change and adapt these conditions with effect for the future. visionE will specifically point out changed conditions on the website before the planned entry into force. The law of the Federal Republic of Germany applies exclusively, with the exception of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG). Regardless of this, the user agrees that visionE is nevertheless permitted to assert injunctive relief or removal claims through interim legal protection in other legal systems. The exclusive place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising from this contract is Berlin, provided that the user is a merchant or equivalent. If individual provisions are or become ineffective in whole or in part, this will not affect the effectiveness of the remaining clauses. The contractual partners are obliged, within reason and in good faith, to replace any invalid clauses with permissible regulations that are equivalent to their economic success, provided that this does not result in a significant change to the content of the contract. The same applies to any gaps in the contract. 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