Otoqi's platform delivers the full range of on-street operations required by shared vehicle fleets, from relocations to cleaning and smart repair. All from a full digital AI-driven platform.
Succesful on-street operations require the right balancing between task priorization, quality management and cost efficiency. All of Otoqi's on-street tasks are managed through our Smart Dispatching algorithms. Our system constantly monitors our agents on-street activities and assigns tasks according to match our SLAs.
Otoqi's operates with a community of professional field agents that work with our platform and wear our uniforms. Agents are selected and dispatched according to their skills, training and equipment: drivers, cleaners, mechanics and telematics technicians.
The numbers do the talking. We determine binding KPIs with our customers that are specific to precise operational contexts. Data acquired from the field, users and other sources is fed into our Business Rule Engine matrix to acheive the KPI thresholds. Finally, our customers are provided custom dashboards for real-time monitoring of Otoqi performances.
Electric vehicule charging on our network of dedicated B2B rapid charging hubs. For maximum flexibility, our network includes DC as well as hybrid AC/DC chargers.
Analysis of fleet usage flows and relocation of vehicles to maximize the probability of leasing each vehicle with a return on investment.
Otoqi drivers perform contact cleanings at each mission on a vehicle while full vehicle cleanings or specialized cleanings and performed periodically or upon request.
Our on-street mechanics and technicians perform a vast range of tasks: tire and other parts replacements, telematics repairs. All movements are performed with cargo e-bikes for maximum efficiency and zero emissions.
On-street agents systematically use Otoqi's field app to perform missions. Our appl includes systematic photos prior and after each mission with damage identification.
Car sharing operations also requires managing occasional car incidents that may involve passengers, pedestrians and other vehicles as well as interacting with emergency or security services.