Peer-to-peer carsharing is evolving as a way to get people to share their personal vehicles with others. Instead of handing over keys in person, this type of shared mobility can be automated and accomplished more conveniently with the right technology.
For example, , a peer to peer service operating in Europe, understood the need for additional convenience and worked to identify the opportunity to create a better key exchange process. As a result, Drivy created a premium option in their peer to peer service – Drivy Open. By installing in-car hardware, vehicle keys can be kept securely in the vehicle. Users who have the vehicle booked can access it through an app, removing the need for a physical exchange of keys. For the driver, they know when the vehicle gets picked up and returned. All this is able to happen seamlessly via the Drivy app.
Technology has enabled a wealth of shared mobility options, including peer to peer services. Growth in this industry is just beginning, and there is still opportunities to expand to new markets or add features to existing services.
Carsharing, Shared Mobility
INVERS Share – The Mobility Meet-Up
On November 10th, INVERS held its first ever mobility meet-up – INVERS Share. The main goal of the event was to bring Shared Mobility’s greatest minds together to discuss the hottest industry trends, to share experiences, find solutions for pressing challenges, and to create partnership opportunities. At INVERS, we believe that by joining forces we can push the shared mobility market even further.
Car subscription, Carsharing, Shared Mobility
Webinar Recap: From Ownership to Usership – Maximize Your Fleet’s Potential
Hans Krstian Aas, CEO and co-founder of imove, joined Bharath Devanathan, our Chief Business Officer, for a webinar on adding new revenue streams and using data to scale profitably to maximize fleet potential. They discussed the changes they're observing in the shared mobility market, and shared examples of data that shows the best moments to move fleet vehicles through different lifecycle stages.
Carsharing, Shared Mobility, Technology
Vehicle OEM Telematics Data: What’s Available, What’s Missing, and How to Access It
As vehicle OEM telematics become increasingly capable, we look at what data they usually provide, what data and capabilities are often missing, and what's needed to get the data out.