WEBINAR – JULY 9, 2019 I Register to watch the recorded video
Learn how to transport more people with fewer vehicles for enhanced efficiency and profitability with on-demand mobility service design.
Watch Bestmile’s Luc Texier and Marco Laumanns demonstrate how to design, simulate, and orchestrate on-demand services to ensure success and deliver predictable results, defining and controlling critical success factors like fleet size, vehicle locations, pooling and passenger ride times and wait times with ultra-efficient dispatching, routing, and ride matching.
In this webinar, recorded July 9, 2019, you will learn how to make on-demand fleets 10x more efficient by:
- Using realistic demand data
- Defining service areas and types
Setting service level targets
- Testing multiple fleet configurations
- Evaluating and optimizing passenger and fleet KPIs
A Q&A with participants follows the presentation.
Marco is responsible for guiding the development of the Bestmile Fleet Orchestration Platform architecture. Prior to joining Bestmile, Marco was a project leader for transportation and operations research at IBM Research where he worked with leading public transportation operators and agencies. He is a renowned expert in optimization and transportation, has co-authored over 100 scientific articles with over 17,000 citations, and serves on the executive committee of the Swiss Operations Research Society as well as the editorial board of the EURO Journal on Transportation and Logistics.
Luc is responsible for helping public and private mobility service providers find optimized solutions for new and existing transportation networks. Luc is a mobility expert and frequent speaker on technology for on-demand driverless and human-driven mobility systems. He has worked with the region’s largest public transit operators on the majority of the autonomous shuttle fleets deployed to date in Europe. Prior to joining Bestmile, Luc held executive positions in innovative international companies in France, the United States, and Switzerland.