The Internet of Things (IoT) is shifting the way almost every industry conducts business, including transportation. From fleet management and user-based insurance to detailed shipment tracking and emissions compliance, there’s no doubt IoT technology is optimising the way commercial transport operates. But what about passenger-focussed transportation?
In a sea of ride-hailing competition, one Delhi-based company, Shuttl is standing out and leading the way in adding innovative IoT technology into its services. The app-based bus service had over 1 million rides served in its first year of operation with the goal of reducing congestion in Delhi, while also providing each user with assured seating.
As Shuttl grew, it knew it needed a robust technology to provide both customers and drivers with a frictionless authentication, with no network connections required. That’s when Shuttl turned to Chirp to utilise its data-over-sound technology.
In this case study to learn more about:
- The challenges Shuttl faced in providing a seamless authentication experience for both customers and drivers
- How Chirp's data-over-sound technology provided a cost-effect, scalable solution
- The results Shuttl has experienced since integrating Chirp's SDK into its mobile applications
Download the Shuttl + Chirp case study to learn more about the partnership now.