VIA acquired the Israeli start-up Plitonomi

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Via acquired the Israeli start-up Fleetonomy, which develops solutions for managing vehicle fleets based on artificial intelligence. The purchase price is estimated at $ 15-25 million in the market.

Plitonomi was founded in 2016 by Lior Granstein (VP of Development) and Israel Duanis (CEO), and the company’s product was launched in 2017. The company has raised about $ 5 million to date from investors such as the Vertex Fund and Kardan Technologies.

Plitonomi is developing a cloud-based platform that provides a fleet management solution for automakers, car rental businesses and smart transportation service operators. Among other things, the start-up is collaborating with car manufacturers such as the Audi and Jaguar Land Rover. Plitonomi’s system provides a demand forecasting engine for vehicle fleet operators, as well as driver and passenger applications.

The acquisition of Via raised $ 400 million last March at a value of $ 2.25 billion after the money. Via provides technological infrastructure for smart transportation and the company operates in about 100 cities around the world in various models. The company’s technology makes it possible to manage a smart transportation service that is not based on regular passenger lines but a collection of passengers as close as possible to where they are.

In some cities, Via only offers its technology – as in the mourning project of the Dan company, which operates in the center of the country – and in some cities it itself has won a tender to operate the bus system. In other cities it is a private player that rents cars and operates an independent smart minibus network.

No response was received from Via.





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