SEAT has created its first multimodal mobility platform as a service solution that will allow fleet operators to manage vehicle fleets digitally.

The platform is available to businesses and operators of sharing services who are interested in the solution, which is compatible with any type of public or private shared service, whether it is a car, motorbike, bicycle or kickscooter. SEAT created this service through its SEAT:CODE development center, according to the Spanish automaker.

The platform offers an advanced geolocation system that enables real-time monitoring of all vehicles connected to it and on the spot analysis of vehicle parking zones or management of user payments, among other functions, SEAT announced. It also offers an operator available interface that enables them to create and edit dashboards, and monitor data in real time, analyze user behavior, thanks to IoT technology.

“This platform shows that we are no longer just a vehicle manufacturer, but also a mobility services provider. SEAT is now able to sell software and that’s a great added value for the company,” said Carsten Isensee, SEAT vice president for finance and IT.

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