Vulog, a shared mobility tech company, recently announced they have released a new AI mobility platform that will help to fleet managers offer multiple services to better appeal to consumers.
The upgrade will offer the flexibility of a free-floating scheme, in which users can access vehicles instantly anywhere within a large geo-fenced area and provide the convenience of scheduled bookings, where vehicles can be reserved for a specific time at a location selected by the user.
The technology is used in 25 car share schemes in cities on five continents around the world. The new release also claims to unlock new opportunities for vehicle monetization.
Operators will no longer have to position themselves either as a short-term or long-term mobility option, as Vulog now provides the capability to serve multiple use cases with one fleet of vehicles, one management tool and one mobile app for the consumer. It aims to remove the last hurdle for companies that are “waiting for the perfect time” to enter the fast-growing shared mobility market.
The first deployment of this multi-usage feature will take place in Madrid, Spain with Wible, a car-sharing service operated as a joint venture between Kia Motors Europe and Repsol. Launched in August 2018, Wible operates 500 Kia Niro plug-in hybrid electric cars and is one of Europe’s most successful shared mobility schemes, with over 70,000 users.
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