Making Shared Mobility Profitable.

Shared mobility has the potential to transform cities, making them cleaner and less congested. But despite this, most services aren't profitable. 

Ubiq's AI-driven services address this by automating operational tasks. By ensuring effective fleet rebalancing, charging and policy compliance, Ubiq ensures vehicles are in the right place, at the right time, to meet demand.

Dynamic Pricing

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Demand is inconsistent, meaning pricing can be adjusted in a way that best meets the customer’s willingness to pay. 

This can also be applied to vehicle rebalancing, too. Users of Ubiq’s StreetCrowd™ service can be incentivized to then move vehicles into areas of high demand or a charging point, where the monetary reward is higher.

 
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