Transport is changing and getting around is becoming increasingly more user-focussed. But, what impact does this all have on the already established modes of public transport within our cities?
As one of the 5 shortlisted new-mobility start-ups, Shotl were in Vienna to present a new transport concept to an audience that included notable representatives from the largest Automotive Club in Europe.
A distracted driver is a dangerous driver, and cellphone use at the wheel is a modern disease that’s on the rise globally.
Machine Learning (ML) is a field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) which focuses on the development of techniques that allow computers to learn how to perform a specific task.
This Autumn sees us head out a little further afield as we attend the Dubai World Congress for Self-driving Transport as well as two other notable Tech and Transport events right here in Europe.
As fasten our seatbelts and fast forward into the future, public and private players will need to work together to ensure we all reap the benefits.
The use of Modern technology in Public Transport is Helping to Increase Personal Autonomy and Accessibility; Both are Essential in any Healthy Society.
Shotl, in collaboration with Essex County Council and professional services provider Jacobs, is currently involved in a project which is digitizing home to school journeys in the UK.
Driverless transport represents an opportunity to disrupt current unsustainable models, among other benefits. However, while industry is convinced, there’s still a long road ahead in terms of public appetite and confidence.
We are pleased to announce that yet again we have been nominated for another prestigious award. This time, at the TaaS Technology Awards in Birmingham, England.
Shotl’s on-demand mobility platform is the backbone of a new project currently underway at Munich Airport. The project aims to improve workplace mobility for airport employees.