Smart mobility services have transformed the face of personal mobility in cities across the world. In the space of only a few years, ridehailing vehicles, shared bikes, and free-floating Electric Scooters (e-scooters) have become staples of navigating from A to B in most cities. However, while the growth of the number of smart mobility trips has been extraordinary, questions remain as to when smart mobility services will become profitable. The market is crying out for new capabilities to optimize existing operations, and to deliver meaningful competitive differentiation between providers of broadly commoditized personal transit services.
Location technology is embedded into countless devices and digital solutions. This is mainly thanks to location platforms and their ability to combine all the components required for the fast development of location-centric solutions. These platforms provide all the tools needed for the fast development of location-centric solutions, including Application Program Interfaces (APIs) and Software Development Kits (SDKs). From mobility and supply chain to last-mile delivery and people density tracking, location platforms open access to advanced location services that in the past proved to be challenging and time-consuming