Instant System’s International Sales Director, Aurelien Cottet explains how the company works between governments, companies, and citizens to offer a complete mobility experience within a single app.
This gives citizens smoother travel whilst ensuring companies get paid fairly and governments get useful analytics and insights on usage.
Cottet also went on to describe why it is important for people to have access to a range of mobility options to ensure better air quality and improved public health, as well as to reduce congestion on roads.
However, Instant System wasn’t the only mobility-as-a-service company that Auto Futures spoke to at MOVE. Moovit’s Luke Redfern told us how it was building a platform that would allow millions of people across more than 3,000 cities to get around easily.