Fleet Software Companies - Insights

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Company Analysis - WeaveGrid

WeaveGrid has experienced a 12.5% growth in its number of employers within the past six months. The company's co-founder recently appeared in several media resources as one of the winners of a "30 Under 30" achievers award. The award recognized exceptional performance in areas like marketing, media, energy, and manufacturing.

WeaveGrid Growth

Recent Achievements, Revenue or Funding

  • A co-founder of WeaveGrid (Bhargava) recently appeared in a list of winners of a Forbes honors with several other "Indian American go-getters." His name appeared on the "30 Under 30" achievers in the fields of marketing, media, energy, and manufacturing.
  • Recently, WeaveGrid (on June 28th, 2019) raised an unspecified funding amount from The Westly Group.
  • As of March 20th, 2020, WeaveGrid's website was ranked 5,310,175 in the world based on the website's 2,482 monthly web visitors. Its monthly web visits grew by 48.68% in March 2020.
  • 84% of WeaveGrid's website traffic originates from the United States. Its United States web traffic increased by 126.69% in March 2020.

Market Problems WeaveGrid is Solving

  • WeaveGrid develops software solutions known to "enable and accelerate the electrification" of transportation. WeaveGrid's solution utilizes machine learning, optimization as well as "predictive analytics solving EV-grid" integration challenges for utilities in a systems-oriented manner, helping clients integrate renewable energy resources on the grid and saves utility money on their bills.
  • WeaveGrid provides solutions that can dynamically manage the charging of EVs across regions facing grid overload challenges. The organization collects and uses data to help residents across such locations to make "smarter charging decisions."
  • WeaveGrid's solution increases the adoption of renewable energy and saves customers utilizing its solutions via the "electric vehicles to the grid" technology. An electric vehicle-to-grid solution often gets referred to as a "vehicle-grid integration" (VGI) system. This technology helps in making an energy grid acquire resilience by supplying electricity back to the grid during peak use times.
  • With a VGI solution, energy from electric cars gets sent back to the grid whenever the grid experiences shortage in the supply of renewable energy due to limited resource availability, like during night hours when solar panels don't work, but several vehicles sit idle. This process helps the energy market to achieve clean energy goals. The solution is excellent for a city like California, for example, that is aiming for "zero-carbon electricity" by 2045 and also has "strong incentives for consumers" that purchase electric vehicles.
  • WeaveGrid strives to promote rapid "decarbonization" within the global transport and power sectors through an intelligent connection of "electric vehicles to the grid." The United States power market or industry is plagued with challenges such as "continued rise in" carbon emissions.
  • Decarbonization is known to reduce harmful carbon emissions generated by power systems and is, therefore, a solution that tackles the challenges posed by greenhouse emissions within the power market. Decarbonization reduces greenhouse gas "emissions per unit" of generated energy.
  • WeaveGrid offers services that allow grid operators to utilize electric vehicle batteries as sources of power distribution. It also assists companies to use electric vehicle batteries as their sources of power distribution
  • WeaveGrid is striving to "build the world's largest" intelligent distributed battery power system that links "electric vehicles" to a grid for charging. The company is attempting to solve utility "challenges" using a systems-oriented approach that helps provide better integration of renewable energy to drive cost savings for utility customers relative to their bills.

Recent Mentions

  • In April 2020, WeaveGrid appeared on the list of "top 45 smart grid" startups published by Energy Startups. The list is available here.
  • In November 2018, Qlair listed WeaveGrid among five startups that are "working on big energy ideas." The company's solutions are focused on electric vehicle EV charging. The news material is accessible via this link.
  • A weekly Indian newspaper published in North America recently mentioned (India West) recently published a news item on WeaveGrid and its co-founder for winning a Forbes award. The India West news resource is available here.
  • Forbes recently published a news item on WeaveGrid and its co-founder in December 2019 on its list of "30 Under 30" Energy 2019 award winners. The news publication is accessible via this link.
  • Other news resources that have mentioned WeaveGrid and its co-founder for the "30 Under 30" 2019 award include the Stanford University News publication, GreenBiz, and Diss Dash.

Research Strategy

The study examines and reports on the company analysis for WeaveGrid. Resources reviewed by the research include WeaveGrid's social media resources like LinkedIn. We examined growth parameters such as changes in demand for its product, its profit or losses, revenue, sales, changes in the size of its workforce, and health of its network, and market share. The rate of changes in the above parameters, such as employee size, indicates the degree of a company's growth. We also reviewed the company's recent achievements, revenue, and amount of funding received from investors. Insights obtained from its LinkedIn web page revealed that the company has only one funding investor but we were not able to gather more information. WeaveGrid disclosed on its LinkedIn web page that the amount associated with the last series of its funding, dated June 27th, 2019, is "unknown." The company may not want to reveal this information to the public because it is a privately-held company. The company stated on LinkedIn that it has between two to ten employees, and nine of them are on LinkedIn. Research to uncover the timeline used in recruiting its employees to determine its growth rate based on this parameter was unsuccessful. The company did not make such detailed information public on its LinkedIn profile.

We also examined WaveGrid's website. This strategy investigated the challenges or market problems WeaveGrid is solving. It also investigated some growth parameters like changes in demand for WaveGrid's product, its profit and losses, its revenue, sales, changes in workforce size, and health of its network. The website revealed that WeaveGrid is trying to decarbonize the global transport as well as power sectors. Additional research to uncover how decarbonization solves grid-related problems in the power sector revealed that the United States power sector confronts challenges like the "continued rise in" emissions. Decarbonization reduces the carbon emissions generated by power systems and solves the problem associated with greenhouse emissions. WeaveGrid did not provide insights about its annual revenue or funding.

We also included news and media resources and competitive analysis databases such as CrunchBase, among other publications. This strategy investigated growth indicators such as changes relative to the demand for WaveGrid's product, its profit, losses, revenue, sales, as well as changes in workforce size or health of its network. CrunchBase revealed that WeaveGrid's most recent funding is a venture series fund. Research to find the amount involved in the series funding did not uncover any helpful information as ChruchBase disclosed that the funding amount is unknown. Weave Grid does not reveal its funding amounts, detailed financial or operational costs, or annual revenues through third-party resources. Another ChruchBase page disclosed that WeaveGrid recently raised an unspecified amount via an unknown series funding courtesy of The Westly Group. WeaveGrid may not be under any obligation to make every detail of its operation public because it is a private company. There were no insights specific to several investigated growth indicators like its profit, losses, and revenue, among other parameters.

We reviewed scholarly and academic resources like publications of Stanford University. An investigation was conducted to uncover information on revenue, funding from investors, market challenges solved by WeaveGrid, or any analyzed insight about the company that indicates its growth. A Standford University resource revealed that WeaveGrid's software solution solves "several EV-grid integration" challenges confronting electric utilities and helps them to maximize value through vehicle aggregation. The research included an additional investigation to uncover how EV-related challenges facing utilities. This strategy revealed how electric vehicles (EV) return power to the grid when renewable sources of power are down, such as at night. At such periods, solar panels no longer generate energy, and there is high demand. This process utilized a VGI solution or a "vehicles to the grid." solution promoted by WeaveGrid.
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Company Analysis - BestMile

Bestmile is a startup that offers fleet orchestration solutions to mobility providers to better coordinate their autonomous and human-driven vehicles. Since established in 2014, the company has grown into a team of over 60 employees in 3 offices worldwide while seeing increasing adoption of its solutions. Additional information including an overview of their growth, recent achievements, tackled market problems, recent revenue and funding, and notable news mentions are discussed below.

1. Overview of Growth

  • Bestmile was founded by Anne Mellano and Raphael Gindrat in 2014. The company operated with revenue from pilot projects during the first two years.
  • In 2016, they raised 3.5 million CHF in seed funding to grow the company from five to 20 employees to better serve the existing market opportunity. This lead to another Series A funding that saw them expanding into a 55 person team.
  • The company raised another Series B, extending the cumulative funding received in total close to $30 million. The latest series of funding will go into “hiring, expansion and product development”. In 2018, Bestmile expanded into Asia with the opening of a new office in Singapore, in addition to their offices in Switzerland and San Francisco.
  • As of November 2019, they are serving customers in Switzerland, France, Germany, and the United States. They are also running pilot projects to search for opportunities in other regions. Mellano believes that the company needs to continue its growth to land partnerships with larger companies, which are common in the industry.
  • Dealroom most recently estimates Bestmile’s valuation to be between $66 to $99 million.

2. Recent Achievements

3. Market Problems Tackled

  • Conventional fleet management solutions mostly optimize only for vehicle maintenance and longevity. Providers such as taxis, private transportation companies, and public transit operators have personal preferences and may find such solutions inadequate to factor in other factors such as end-user satisfaction, efficient service, and asset utilization. Since on-demand services cater to requests that differ from time to time, it can become laborious and challenging to coordinate each asset in the fleet.
  • The same problem applies to autonomous vehicles, as most of them are developed to complete a predefined route independently, without accounting for other vehicles in the same fleet. The increasing deployment of autonomous vehicles exacerbates the problem as any viable management solutions need to serve both human-driven and autonomous vehicles ideally. It also has to account for any limitations to certain types or brands of vehicles.
  • Bestmile offers fleet orchestration solutions that specialize in optimizing the quality of the service to the end-users. Efficient service and optimized utilization then translate into an improved return of investment for the service providers. By utilizing algorithms and machine learning, Bestmile’s solution is capable to deliver instructions in real-time autonomously.
  • The same solution can be applied in combinations of human-driven and autonomous vehicles. Bestmile’s solution also allows fleet operators to personalize and customize their plans without limitations to any type or brand of vehicle.
  • So far, Bestmile has provided its services to transportation network companies, original equipment manufacturers, and ride-hailing services.

4. Recent Revenue & Funding

  • ZoomInfo estimates Bestmile most recent revenue to be around $11 million.
  • Crunchbase estimates Bestmile to have raised close to $30 million across seven rounds of funding. Notable rounds include an $11 million series A and a $16.5 million Series B raised respectively in 2018 and 2019. The company previously received $2 million in seed funding in 2017.

5. Recent Notable News Mentions

  • Several online news publications reported Bestmile’s recent appointment of a new VP in Alvaro Ramis. As the new VP of Business Development and Strategic Alliances, Ramis will be tasked to manage and grow Bestmile’s relationships with strategic partners. Ramis has experience with autonomous and human-driven mobility services at Volkswagen and was previously the Chief Marketing Officer of Daimler’s Car2Go division.
  • Beep is an Orlando startup that offers low speed, autonomous passenger mobility solutions to the public and private sector. In August 2019, publications reported their announcement of a partnership with Bestmile.
  • The partnership entails that Beep will deploy Bestmile’s fleet orchestration solutions into its mobility solutions. The move is predicted to help optimize and increase fleet performance through the use of analytics and machine learning.
  • Bestmile also teamed up with StreetDrone, another autonomous vehicle tech startup in January 2019. StreetDrone offers a platform that combines hardware and software for others to build their own self-driving applications. Bestmile’s features will be integrated into the platform to enable intelligent fleet management capabilities.
  • In 2018, Bestmile formed a partnership with Ohmio Automotion, a leading provider of autonomous vehicle technology from New Zealand. Bestmile’s technology allows Ohmio Automotion to combine and integrate services between new autonomous services with existing human-driven vehicles. This will help Ohmio Automotion to manage and optimize both fleets in safety and operations.
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Company Analysis - Electriphi

Electriphi was founded in 2018, launched its "fleet electrification planning tool" in June 2019, and raised $3.5 million in seed funding in Feb 2020. The company offers an application to improve fleet utilization rates and reduce operating costs. The application can be used for both transitioning to an electric fleet and planning daily EV fleet operations.

Introduction

  • Electriphi is an "electric vehicle (EV) fleet and energy management startup" with 11-50 employees. The company was founded in 2018 by Muffi Ghadiali (CEO) and Sanjay Dayal (CTO) and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
  • Electriphi offers only one product, a "fleet management planning tool" which was launched in June 2019 after a successful beta testing phase. The company's tagline is "Charged and Ready, at Optimal Cost".
  • Electriphi caters to four segments within the EV market: municipal and transit, electric school buses, "delivery and new mobility", and "heavy-duty and long haul".

Funding

  • Electriphi raised $3.5 million in seed funding, "in a round led by Wireframe Ventures, the Urban Innovation Fund and Blackhorn Ventures, including participation from Acario Innovation and Lemnos Labs" on Feb 20th, 2020.

Problems Solved

  • Electriphi provides EV fleet operators with software to improve utilization rates and reduce operating costs.
  • Electriphi provides software for the commercial EV fleet segment, an underserved segment of the EV application market.
  • A lot of planning and efficient energy management is required to transition to electric fleets, especially in the case of large fleets. Multiple factors need to be carefully weighed and charging requirements need to be taken into account to ensure fleet readiness.
  • Electriphi offers a "fleet electrification planning tool" to enable fleets to transition to EVs. The software is a web-based and "lets fleet managers break down factors affecting operations, fueling and infrastructure". The tool is compatible with any vehicle type or charging infrastructure.
  • Electriphi's "fleet electrification planning tool" enables fleet readiness through "comprehensive fleet charging management" and uses machine learning algorithms to optimize cost.
  • According to Electriphi's co-founder and CTO, Sanjay Dayal, "Electriphi’s tool is much more than a generic calculator. It performs thousands of scenario simulations based on the unique characteristics of each fleet, such as routes, schedules, local weather conditions, and utility rate structures. We then present actionable insights that can aid in electrification planning and transition."
  • Electriphi allows for both management and monitoring of the fleets, provides comprehensive reports on fleet performance, and can be "integrated into existing operations and enterprise services".

Recent Achievements and Overview of Growth

  • Electriphi won the "Distributech 2020 Initiate! Competition" where it received "$100,000 of software and services credit". It was a finalist at EPRI's 2020 "Incubatenergy Labs Challenge", Greenbiz's 2019 Verge19 Accelerate, and Black & Veatch's 2019 IgniteX Accelerator.
  • It also finished as a semi-finalist at Co-Motion LA (2019), a mobility and EV infrastructure solutions' competition and was named among the "top 3 technology startups across North America at the Commercial Vehicle Clean Technologies Challenge for 2019."
  • Electriphi received an "overwhelmingly positive" response from its customers in the beta testing phase, following which it launched its "fleet electrification planning tool" in June 2019.
  • In Feb 2020, Electriphi raised $3.5 million in seed funding to "fuel customer growth, scale its services and enter into new markets." In March 2020, the company appointed Joel Torr as head of business development and partnerships to accelerate customer growth.
  • In February 2020, as the time of its funding announcement, Electriphi disclosed that it had signed multiple contracts across several industry segments. The most prominent one being "Twin Rivers Unified School District in Sacramento, California", which runs the "largest fleet of electric school buses in North America". Electriphi considers the Twin Rivers Unified School District as one of its "benchmark customers."

Notable Media Mentions

  • Notable mentions include product launch, funding, hiring of the business development head, deployment of the company's software at "Twin Rivers Unified School District", and awards.
  • Multiple articles on Electriphi's seed funding round, most of which are sourced from PR Web (original), quote "Tim Shannon, the director of transportation for Twin Rivers Unified School District". On Twin Rivers's ambition to "transition to a fully electric fleet," Shannon said that the school district "needed a trusted partner" like Electriphi that could provide it with "state-of-the-art charging management and also help with data collection and monitoring".
  • Government Technology published an article on how Electriphi is looking to help the "public sector cut EV charging costs".
  • Muffi Ghadiali, the co-founder of Electriphi, authored an article on the TCO of electric trucks on FleetOwner.


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Company Analysis - EverTransit

EverTransit has featured in the livery industry as Sobrio and as Dashride. In 2011, the company developed a mobile app for assigning rides to college students in the US. Sobrio was renamed EverTransit in 2014 and it started offering services to independent livery operators. It provides modern software for fleet management and is reported to be the only firm offering on-demand software for non-emergency medical transportation. The company's funding grew from about $40,000 in 2014 to about $750,000 in 2016. It currently has operations in the US, in the UK and in Australia. EverTransit was acquired by GM Cruise Automation in 2018. Its engineers are developing a software to manage GM Cruise's robo taxi fleet. The company has received a total funding of about $1.5 million. EverTransit's success story featured in Yahoo Finance and in Inc Magazine.

Growth

Recent Achievements

Value Proposition

  • EverTransit's automated dispatching feature reduces pickup time by automatically assigning rides to the driver nearest to the customer.
  • The mobile-first corporate feature enables large companies' customers to instantly book rides from the host company's website or mobile app.
  • The website integration feature enables customers to schedule rides and manage their accounts online.

Funding

media Mentions

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Competitive Landscape - WeaveGrid and BestMile

Weave Grid's software solution helps utilities and owners of electric vehicles to connect their electric vehicles to the electric grid. Bestmile offers mobility providers a fleet orchestration platform that allows for the design, deployment, and optimization of innovative services such as ride-hailing, autonomous shuttle, micro-transit, and robotaxi.

Weave Grid

Solutions/Services

  • Weave Grid enables utilities to support the growth of electric vehicles, further the adoption of renewable energy, and help utility customers to save on their bills through its software solution that uses machine learning, predictive analytics, and systems optimization.

Apparent Target Audience

Value Proposition

Partner

Competitive Advantage

  • As utilities and the electric grid were not designed to manage the charging of electric vehicles, this service, which Weave Grid offers, is expected to experience exponential growth.
  • In its 2019 "30 Under 30" list, Forbes recognized Weave Grid's co-founders, Apoorv Bhargava and John Taggart, for their work in energy. They have support from the TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy via an Innovation Transfer grant aimed at helping the startup in preparing its technology for commercialization, under the advice of Prof. James Sweeney, an accomplished professor of management science and engineering at Stanford University.

Bestmile

Solutions/Services

  • Bestmile's fleet orchestration platform allows mobility providers to design, deploy, and optimize innovative services such as ride-hailing, autonomous shuttle, micro-transit, and robotaxi.

Apparent Target Audience

Value Proposition

Partners

Competitive Advantage

  • According to the company, its fleet orchestration platform is the only vehicle agnostic platform with proven support for human-driven and autonomous vehicles, providing "ultra-efficient dispatching, routing, pooling, and ride-matching."
  • Its orchestration engine continually optimizes fleet performance, ensuring that vehicles get the right instructions at the right time.
  • Last year, Cleantech Group awarded Bestmile the Company of the Year Award as well as the Company of the Year Award Europe, at the Global Cleantech 100 awards in recognition of Bestmile's environmental impact.
  • Although Bestmile has competitors in the human-driven side of its business due to ride-hailing, it does not have any competitors in the autonomous side.

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Competitive Landscape - Electriphi and EverTransit

Electriphi provides an end-to-end solution for fleet operators allowing them to increase reliability while lowering cost. It helps customers transition to an electric fleet. On the other hand, EverTransit is an open platform for independent livery operators. These tech companies are innovating the transportation industry in the US.

ELECTRIPHI

1. Solutions and Services

  • Electriphi specializes in artificial intelligence, machine learning, telematics, fleet operations management, electrification and consulting.
  • The Fleet Electrification Planning Tool's algorithm simulates thousands of ‘what-if’ scenarios that help provide informed energy cost as well as infrastructure and environmental impact analysis matching the specific characteristics of each fleet.
  • The Electriphi Command Center seamlessly integrates routes and schedules into existing fleet operations, runs sophisticated and real-time simulations, and manages charging rates, peak thresholds and demand-response. It features machine-learning-based optimizations, enterprise-scale data management and fleet operations monitoring and reporting.

2. Target Audience

3. Value Proposition

  • The company's value proposition is "simplifying electrification planning and operations for commercial vehicle fleets."

4. Partners

  • Twin Rivers Unified School District in Sacramento, California has the largest fleet of electric school buses in North America. It aims to transition into a fully electric fleet in the coming years. According to Tim Shannon, transportation services director, “This is a significant undertaking and we needed a trusted partner that could provide us state-of-the-art charging management and help us with data collection and monitoring.”
  • According to Prospect Silicon Valley CEO Ruth Cox, "ProspectSV is happy to be working with their team to introduce this robust planning tool that flips the guessing game into a highly algorithmic calculation for improved fleet management."
  • Tokyo Gas also invested in Electriphi aiming to acquire knowledge on the EV-charging-management business.
  • Investors of Electriphi are Lemnos VC, Blackhorn Ventures, Wireframe Ventures, Acario Innovations and Urban Innovations Fund.

5. Competitive Advantage

  • Muffi Ghadiali shares that artificial intelligence and big data solutions are transforming the field of energy. Intelligent feedback channels allow competitive distinction. The AI-platform of Electriphi "tracks energy consumption pattern and can dynamically determine how, when and where to fuel the next generation of electrified vehicles."
  • He says that customers enjoy this smarter, easier and cost-effective way to use and transport energy. "The AI-based platform can run thousands of real-time simulations and choose the best algorithm that will save cost and minimize downtime." The platform also becomes smarter over time from the data it receives and presents actionable insights that can aid in electrification planning and transition.

EVERTRANSIT

  • EverTransit started as a ride-sharing platform called Sobrio. Sobrio first launched as an iPhone app that catered to college students looking for safe transport to their campuses. It was first pitched at Connecticut's Innovation Summit in 2012 by Tom Bachant and Nadav Ullman, undergraduates of the University of Connecticut.
  • The platform was first launched at the University of Connecticut then at different campuses including the University of Massachusetts- Amherst, the University of Rhode Island, the State University of New York-Stony Brook, the University of Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio University. All expansions were arranged through student leaders.
  • It was relaunched as EverTransit and is now a mobile transportation, technology and data management platform based in New York City. It provides an open platform for independent livery operators.
  • EverTransit is also formerly known as Dashride.

1. Solutions and Services

2. Target Audience

3. Value Proposition

4. Partners

5. Competitive Advantage

  • Patrick Mulvihill, EverTransit's director for growth, described the platform as a "modern version of the old traditional route optimization model." EverTransit's people-approach puts rider experience at the core. It partners with independent fleets guaranteeing a reliable supply of vehicles, unlike ride-sharing services. It is also present everywhere.
  • The majority of its fleet drivers are trained in first-aid and CPR with certifications (such as ADA compliance). Most importantly, its fleet drivers assist special-needs customers with door-to-door service.
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Competitive Landscape - eiQMobility and ElectricFeel

eIQ Mobility offers solutions for the electrification of public and commercial fleets with its guaranteed price-per-mile EV contracts. ElectricFeel develops software for electric mobility service providers to launch and operate light vehicle mobility services in the market.

eIQ Mobility

Solutions and Services

Target Audience

Value Proposition

Partners

Competitive Advantage

ElectricFeel

Solutions and Services

Target Audience

Value Proposition

Partners

Competitive Advantage

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Competitive Landscape - ViriCiti, Avrios, and Fleetonomy

ViriCiti uses the DataHub platform to offer services for electric vehicles, non-electric vehicles, and charging stations. It targets truck operators, public transport operators, vehicle manufacturers, and charging station manufacturers. Avrios offers a fleet management platform that includes a corporate car sharing software and an electric driving license control software. Fleetonomy is a fleet management platform that targets fleet owners and mobility service providers. Detailed information is below.

ViriCiti

Solutions and Services

Apparent Target Audience

Value Proposition

Partners

Competitive Advantage

  • Viriciti services provide all information on one dashboard that gives the customer a real-time overview of the range, status, and location of a company's fleet.
  • The driver scorecards and reports instruct drivers on how to drive more efficiently, increasing the range per charge by 30%. The platform also provides real-time fault notifications to help prevent cell degradation and breakdowns.
  • ViriCiti is compatible with all vehicle manufacturers and types. The company also provides a remote control that "solves 80% of the issues of a charging station."

Avrios

Solutions and Services

Apparent Target Audience

Value Proposition

  • Avrios is a "comprehensive fleet management platform built to integrate data, automate processes, and provide customers with complete, just-in-time insights, to improve their fleet."

Partners

Competitive Advantage

Fleetonomy

  • The Fleetonomy fleet management platform was formed to help fleet owners and mobility service providers, often with the endless task of managing many vehicles stationed in multiple locations, to increase the efficiency of fleets and find additional revenue from new mobility services.

Solutions and Services

Apparent Target Audience

Value Proposition

Partners

  • The companies partners include Toyota, BP, Jaguar, Land Rover, Microsoft, Porsche, Rocket Space, Drive, and Startup Autobahn

Competitive Advantage

  • Fleetonomy provides services that are unique and flexible to every customer by offering an end-to-end solution or allowing customers to easily integrate the company's offerings alongside customers' existing software.
  • The company uses its on-demand rental platform that "leverages internal and external data to match pricing with supply and demand." The platform also offers the advantage of "adjusting prices in real-time based on market demand, rental duration predictions, car type, and fleet availability."
  • Fleetonomy's platform helps mobility operators to aptly "operate and manage Robo-Taxi services alongside human-driven vehicles."
  • The company also offers a simulation of its mobility services before deployment so that customers can accurately plan and know what routes, fleet sizes, and charging locations will be ideal.
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