AmeriDrive Leveraging MaaS Technology
Through leveraging technology and accessibility to accommodate changing customer desires, the MaaS offering provides the best mode of transport. It gives customers a real alternative to vehicle ownership, so MaaS may be the single most important platform for future generations to decarbonize transport. Mobility as a Service is a transformation that will revolutionize the transportation industry in the coming years. An increase in worldwide passenger travel expenditure to UDS 8tn in 2030 is expected to drive new transportation services and global demand. Population growth, increasing urbanization, and middle-class income in developing nations would push the overall demand.
AmeriDrive is a Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) and Transportation-as-a-Service corporation that offers an innovative car subscription package that provides all types of unlimited cars. With AmeriDrive, while enjoying insurance, maintenance, and travel assistance, drivers have the flexibility to swap cars at any time. Payment is packaged into a monthly all-inclusive charge.
When it comes to mobility and transportation technologies, AmeriDrive is really changing the game. Our platform uses AI and IOT, providing customers with analytics to improve the driving experience. Our AI can predict car crashes, drivers’ reflexes or impulses, car mileage, and much more, making our cars as safe as possible.
Through our fleets of cars available for drivers and rideshare drivers, the company has gained a leading position in Mobility as a Service (MaaS) by transforming customer behaviors and creating a new mobility trend. By empowering all to have freedom from lease or loan commitments and flexibility to drive whatever car the members choose, AmeriDrive is transforming the MaaS industry.
We primarily work with three forms of data at AmeriDrive: data about how consumers travel, insight into what they prefer, and knowledge on what they are prepared to spend for. And of course, of all this in multiple geographical areas.
We use data to build our applications, products, routing, split modality, etc. We may also run tests based on the data to look at how differences in the user experience or pricing impact behaviors.
We are lauding an open environment, that demands a change in the corporate mindset, and in many ways, challenges the “tradition” within the transportation industry. Depending on the use of open data and code and not by making it unavailable to anyone, it asks companies and public authorities to derive quality and bring results.
We anticipate it would be safer, more effective, and healthier to have an environment enabled and powered by local technologies. People will enjoy e-mobility in the future autonomous society, while cities and governments will develop their systems in cost-effective ways.