Video Explains Bestmile Service Design Offering

William PeatmanNews

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There are many unknowns associated with new mobility services. How many vehicles will be needed? Where should they be placed? What are passengers looking for? Every city has unique demand profiles, trip patterns, and passenger expectations. Different neighborhoods within cities can vary dramatically.

Getting these factors rights is critical to service performance, which is critical to service success. The stakes are high as some high profile failures have shown.

Bestmile Senior Director of Solutions Engineering Jim Welch explains how Bestmile Service Design can be used to simulate and test new mobility services in advance of deployment using the same platform that service providers use to plan, deploy and optimize live mobility services in cities on three continents. Watch the video to learn how to use realistic data to test service performance against passenger and operator Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) like wait times, ride times, passengers carried and miles driven.