Tailor-made solutions for demand-controlled transport
Intelligent shared mobility solutions improve public transport services and increase their acceptance by users. Padam Mobility, founded in 2014 and headquartered in Paris, offers so-called “white label” software tools to operate demand-responsive transport (DRT) services more efficiently with the help of artificial intelligence.
With this offer, Padam Mobility can cover a wide range of application cases, such as serving peripheral urban and rural areas, first and last mile connections, secondary lines, transport services for people with reduced mobility or company and school transport.
Features of the Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions
Padam Mobility’s Software as a Service (SaaS) solution tools enable transport service providers as well as businesses to increase the attractiveness of their covered areas, better connect less densely populated areas, strengthen sustainable development and reduce operating costs. The tools include intuitive user interfaces for mobile applications, websites and call centres, ergonomic driver interfaces for each mode of operation and comprehensive and powerful management interfaces for transit operators and public authorities. Feasibility studies, simulations, operational support and statistics can also be implemented.
Benefits for passengers
Real-time optimisation of routes, timetables and vehicle utilisation, reservations in real time or in advance, even for several travel dates, are convincing arguments for passengers. Thanks to appropriate interfaces, the software, which is adapted both visually and functionally by the respective operator, can integrate existing transport networks, journey planners and also third- party providers. The average rating by users of the service is 4.8 out of 5 points.
Deutsche Bahn, Keolis, Transdev, Île-de-France Mobilités, BusItalia, Asia Mobiliti and dozens of other local authorities and transport operators, companies and consultancies are using Padam Mobility products. Siemens Mobility has invested in the company in 2018.