A new mobility service with artificial intelligence launchedPublié le: jeu. 13/01/2022, 22:49
Companies from Japan and Singapore launched a new mobility service with artificial intelligence on Thursday, January 13. It is an on-demand mobility service, which will help solve last mile mobility.
"The official launch of "mobi" service showcases the strong synergy between the two companies". Ph: WILLERS to Acturoutes
Singapore: A new mobility service with artificial intelligence launched
Companies from Japan and Singapore launched a new mobility service with artificial intelligence on Thursday, January 13. It is an on-demand mobility service, which according to the initiators who have joined Acturoutes, will help solve last mile mobility.
See the full press release below which explains the entire project.
Today, WILLERS is delighted to announce the official launch on the operation of its new mobility service, by the name of "mobi (community mobility)" offering area on-demand unlimited rides with Artificial Intelligence (AI) routing capability in Singapore to provide customers with a comfortable, safe and predictable ride on waypoints in a specific area.
This community-centric shared mobility service is a joint collaboration between WILLERS (a Japanese based company), who develops and operates the Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) platform, and SWAT Mobility (a Singapore based company) who provides the AI routing technology.
The launch event was attended by the Ambassador of Japan to Singapore, His Excellency Jun Yamazaki and key representatives from the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) and Enterprise Singapore (ESG).
WILLERS and SWAT Mobility share a common vision in transforming mobility and improving how people travel, and this collaboration brings together two strong companies from both countries in delivering best-in-class mobility solutions. The official launch of "mobi" service showcases the strong synergy between the two companies following the announcement of their strategic partnership to develop a customer-centric community shared mobility platform just a year ago.
"mobi" service plays a pivotal part in connectivity and accessibility, for first- and last- mile travel. Through the use of an innovative MaaS platform, creative marketing, and the integration of advanced AI technologies, "mobi" allows users to leave their cars at home and move around freely within the 2km radius for short distance travels. It illustrates the importance of on-demand shared mobility as a sustainable form of mobility that supports car-lite towns/cities and green transport initiatives.
More information about "mobi" can be found here.
This marks another significant milestone for WILLERS, in our journey of transforming and improving the mobility challenges in Singapore and the Asia Pacific region, following the autonomous vehicle management business in Gardens by the Bay (from 2019 October) and Jurong Lake Gardens (from 2020 December).
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