Greenplay aims to simplify your active or sustainable mobility initiatives by introducing reliable measurements, fun challenges and tangible rewards.
Inspiring communities to adopt behaviors in favor of sustainable development using innovative, reliable and easy-to-use technology. Our wish is to put people and innovation at the heart of sustainable mobility initiatives.
The Greenplay team is guided by four fundamental values: transparency, mutual aid, quality and simplicity. Our technology is designed around these values to meet the sustainable mobility needs of our customers.
Why sustainable mobility?
People embrace the concept of sustainable mobility when they understand the effects of their actions.
This is the goal that we have been pursuing and that has motivated our daily work for the past five years: to make the impact of daily travel on the environment a reality and to give communities the tools they need to work towards a common goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
With the help of a diverse network of stakeholders in sustainable mobility, we have developed the ideal mobility ecosystem in which each player plays a role adapted to their reality.
Just a bunch of fun loving characters
Greenplay is first and foremost a team of passionate people dedicated to making sustainable mobility a success in our cities and businesses. See for yourself.
Founder and IT manager
Organizational development manager
Julia De Freitas,
Marketing and communications manager
All about sustainable mobility
Whether you're just getting interested in sustainable urban mobility or are already an expert, visit our blog to learn more about the topic.
Gamification, more often used by its gamification anglicism, consists in applying mechanisms relating to the game to processes that do not have the primary objective of being playful.
The current situation brings its share of complexity and it is with the greatest attention that cities and municipalities must address the challenges of sustainable mobility. They must put in place initiatives with the objective of returning to good habits.
While electrification and vehicle efficiency can reduce transportation emissions, they won't solve congestion - they will only electrify it. These investments and measures must be accompanied by a modal shift towards public transport in cities, which also offers even greater economic benefits.