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  • May 14, 2024 –

    Market innovation: Invers launches software solution for theft detection in car sharing

    Fleet Guard, the car sharing tech industry’s first software solution for theft detection, provides operators with an efficient tool to detect theft of or illegal joyrides with their assets in real time. The solution from Invers analyzes comprehensive vehicle data from CloudBoxx, the most reliable car sharing telematics in the market, and identifies patterns of tampering, theft or towing of cars.

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    E-Car sharing on the north coast

    May 7, 2024 –

    North Sea coastal car sharing grows with CloudBoxx: Flow Carsharing expands its offering to 25 stations

    Flow Carsharing's electric fleet is now running on CloudBoxx from Invers. The operator from Büdelsdorf near Rendsburg has been offering its customers in Schleswig-Holstein shared electric vehicles since 2021. This year, founder and Managing Director Florian Kolberg is expanding the service from 12 to 25 stations and proving that car sharing works in rural areas - even with electric vehicles.

    April 11, 2024 –

    Car sharing with microcars: a glance at 17 operators in Europe

    Microcars can contribute to the mobility transition. Their compact not only makes them more cost-effective compared to conventional electric vehicles but also enables them to occupy less space and provide increased parking flexibility - attributes particularly beneficial in congested urban areas. Additionally, these lightweight electric vehicles are actively used in car sharing. The new market analysis by Invers has identified 17 car sharing operators across 8 European countries that offer such microcar-like vehicles.

    January 30, 2024 –

    Carsharing with electric microcars: drivemycar uses Invers carsharing technology

    Swiss carsharing platform drivemycar is leveraging CloudBoxx carsharing telematics from Invers to add electric microcars to its fleets. The L7e electric microcars, known for addressing urban transport challenges, offer a sustainable solution for space constraints, operational efficiency, and environmental impact, while closing the gap between full size cars and micromobility for users.

  • December 28, 2023 –

    Car Sharing Industry Trends 2024

    What challenges will car sharing operators have to face in the coming year? How is the industry developing? What new solutions are coming? How will technology advance the car sharing business model? The Invers team sees five important trends for 2024.

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    MyWheel - bidirektional ladefähige Autos

    November 28, 2023 –

    Invers equips MyWheels’ new bidirectional charged cars for carsharing

    Dutch carsharing operator MyWheels is deploying carsharing solution CloudBoxx from Invers to make their new fleet of bidirectional chargeable cars sharing ready. The company is partnering with We Drive Solar for bidrectional charging technology and is now integrating more than 200 We Drive Solar vehicles into the MyWheels fleet by Invers technology. MyWheels is thus enabling a novel solution that uses cars as a neighbourhood energy storage facility for its customers in Utrecht. 

    INVERS Mobility Barometer stationsbasiertes Carsharing

    November 14, 2023 –

    INVERS Mobility Barometer: More than 400 providers of station-based car sharing in Europe

    The new edition of the Invers Mobility Barometer analyses the overall market for station-based car sharing in Europe for the first time. This form of car sharing refers to the business model with which car sharing began more than 30 years ago: Customers pick up a sharing vehicle at a car sharing station and must return it there afterwards.

    30 years of automated carsharing

    September 14, 2023 –

    30 years of Invers, 30 years of automated car sharing

    On 14 September 1993, company founder Uwe Latsch presented his invention to the press at the University of Siegen: an on-board computer for car sharing providers to automate their rental processes, from keyless vehicle handovers to detailed realtime vehicle data. Today marks the 30th anniversary of the birth of automated car sharing and of Invers, the Siegen-based start-up.