Infographic: The Deal with Mobility Services

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The Deal with Mobility Services

With ride-sharing and car-sharing becoming much more commonplace, Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) business models are becoming much more well known and in-demand. So what exactly happens when you request a ride? Here’s how the process happens for AUTOCRYPT’s mobility services with (seemingly) a click of a button:

  1. A passenger will use a mobile application to request a ride. This call is dispatched through a cellular network.
  2. The network will then send the information through to a data server.
  3. The server will then take the information from the passenger and use GPS data to find the optimal vehicle and run it through machine-learning and big data to dispatch an available vehicle. (In the event that a passenger runs into issues or cannot use the application because of disabilities, a call-in customer service representative is available to help)
  4. The information for the passenger is given to the driver and vice versa within the mobile applications. The driver will also maintain driving data through the OBD-II (On-board diagnostic system) within the vehicle. The vehicle will then make its way to the passenger for a secure journey ahead.

Fleet management is essential to any mobility service to ensure efficient dispatch, data management, storage, and quality customer service. AutoCrypt FMS goes a step further by utilizing AI-based machine learning and big data so that the service is always improving, providing opportunities for growth.

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