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SKODA AUTO Citymove 2.0 app uses artificial intelligence to tailor customer offers and bring more benefits for users

As soon as the user has entered the start and destination points of their journey, the free Citymove app calculates the best route and suggests the most suitable means of transport, along with the respective prices and time comparisons. In addition to the services offered by Prague’s transport association DPP (the metro, buses and trams), local trains, taxis and ŠKODA AUTO DigiLab’s shared mobility services (BeRider electric scooters, HoppyGo peer-to-peer car sharing and Uniqway for students), as well as third-party services such as ride-hailing, are all included.

Furthermore, the multi-modal app promises easy and efficient parking in Prague’s city centre: If a user parks in a chargeable zone, for example, Citymove recognises this and provides the option to pay the parking fees immediately via the app, and to extend the parking time later if required. The app includes a map with charging points for electric cars.

What’s new is that the Citymove app now uses artificial intelligence to send offers to customer smartphones via push notifications. The offers are tailored to the respective location, the chosen means of transport and the user behaviour.

The technology developed by Israeli company Anagog analyses data from smartphone sensors and uses it to create mobility patterns.

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Jun 24, 2021 at 22:33

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