Once you’ve built your Flow Sustainable Mobility Management Plan, determined the right charging infrastructure setup and defined the best-case configuration of your fleet vehicles, you then have the framework to integrate Mobility Services into your portfolio of sustainable transportation services. Using Flow’s Mobility Services, you bring in external data sources, extending the mobility ecosystem to include public transit, shared mobility services, and taxi, ride-hailing and other on-demand services.
You may think it’s the automakers who can optimize in-vehicle data, but as we’ve seen from disruptive transportation businesses like Uber, Lyft and emerging companies, there is value from leveraging services like this. This goes for the car-sharing services like Zipcar and Car2Go, too. The connected vehicle-customer interface can be used by businesses to extend their de facto fleet footprint where it makes sense.
Mobility Services includes external data sources such as:
- Public Transit
- Shared Mobility Services
- Taxi, Ride-Hailing
- On-Demand Services
Aggregating IoT (Internet of Things) data is at the heart of an multi-modal ecosystem. By harnessing the power of that data, you can broaden the scope of how it’s used throughout your sustainable mobility program to drive efficiencies and cost-savings.