Happy 100 posts

Perseverance means not giving up, just like innovation means not copying an existing idea. The evolution of communications in the 21st century has led to an information-overloaded environment where it’s harder than ever to reach the right audience amid a tsunami of content. Getting people’s attention while offering interesting content takes endurance and the will to become a key player in this emerging field.

Since Shotl started posting back in 2017, the world has changed: private and public transportation is on the verge of a radical transformation that will allow for the emergence of multiple new technologies that will shape not only how we move, but also how we interact, work and, ultimately, live.

We are proud to have achieved the goal of publishing content each month that both informs about Shotl’s progress as well as summarises experiences and opinions to help build the future for everyone. 

This month, we published our 100th blog post. To celebrate this milestone, we’re taking a look back at our most popular posts:

https://shotl.com/news/barcelona-smart-city-5g-and-the-future-of-urban-transport

https://shotl.com/news/responsive-transit-is-the-future-of-the-mobility-market

https://shotl.com/news/the-travelling-salesman-problem-in-the-modern-era

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18.12.18

Shotl at the 2018 Fleet Europe Summit

On November 28th, Shotl co-founder and CCO Gerard Martret spoke at the Fleet Europe Summit which was held at Palau de Congressos de Catalunya in Barcelona.


Gerard Martret
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26.01.21

How to calculate the true value of DRT

What is the real value of on-demand public transport software? We’re not talking just about the price here, but rather the value for the passenger, operator or municipality.


Albert Tresserras
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24.03.20

Mobility-as-a-Service takes off at airports

As awareness of the climate crisis grows, so does scrutiny of the aviation industry. However, while many look to the skies for solutions, opportunities also exist on the ground to make airports more sustainable.


Gerard Martret
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