We are happy to announce that we’ll be exhibiting at the first edition of MOVE’19 in London. Come visit us at our stand in the Startup Village (February 12th - 13th) where you’ll be able to check out all the latest features on our new app and learn more about our most recent deployments.
Under the concept “mobility re-imagined” MOVE’19 will bring together industry leaders and innovators, creating a unique opportunity in which to focus on new solutions within the global mobility sector. Here at Shotl, we wouldn’t want to miss out on the opportunity to present and discuss our Shotl On-demand Bus Platform.
If you work in one of the following sectors, this is a unique opportunity to talk about mobility concerns with our team and learn about how we can help you to solve them using our platform;
Shotl On-demand Shuttles is a platform that matches multiple passengers, headed in the same direction, with an available vehicle. The software empowers transport operators and cities, allowing them to make better use of their transportation assets by replacing low-ridership routes with on-demand buses.
Our platform is currently in use in Germany, France, Spain, and Finland. By the time we exhibit at MOVE’19, Shotl will also be live in Michigan (USA), Italy, UK, and Switzerland.
If you’re interested in receiving more information about our technology, or if you want to arrange a meeting with us, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you there!
The Shotl Team
Our algorithmic solution matches multiple passengers, that are heading in the same direction, with a moving vehicle, minimizing ride distances and waiting time, thus offering a better transportation service and experience.
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.
Shotl has partnered up with Valencia’s transportation authority to launch the first on-demand dispatch system designed to make life easier for passengers with physical disabilities.