Meet us in Copenhagen!

We're delighted to invite you to the 25th annual ITS World Congress, where the Shotl On-demand Shuttles team will be exhibiting the latest advancements in on-demand mobility technology. Meet our team at their exhibition booth and learn more about our current partnerships with transport suppliers and local governments which aim to make city mobility smarter. 

In Copenhagen, we will be presenting the latest version of our on-demand mobility platform, to transport operators, municipalities, and large corporations. Our aim is to help more transportation professionals provide effective demand responsive services. Shotl is able to adapt to travelers‘ needs by bringing together random users with similar destinations on a shared van or minibus, all in real time.

Come and visit us at ITS between the 17th - 21st September 2018 and discover Shotl On-demand Shuttles, the ultimate platform for cities to manage On-demand Transport Services.

If you're interested in scheduling a meeting with us at the event, or if you would like to receive more information on how we can help you, please contact us at hello@shotl.com.

Other exhibitions:

Over the last couple of months, Shotl has also been present at TaaS in Coventry (UK) from July 10th to 11th and at the APPA congress in Washington, DC (USA) from August 5th to 7th. At both exhibitions, we showcased the results from our latest deployments, as use cases for future operations.

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