'A developed country is not a place where the poor have cars. It's where the rich use public transportation.’
- Gustavo Petro
The Government projects that cars in the Klang Valley will reach seven million by 2020, creating a severe congestion and pollution problem. Yet despite both the Government and the private sector’s massive investments in transit infrastructure, our buses, taxis and train systems still do not connect to each other very well.
Because it is so challenging to navigate our roads and railways, our city-dwellers choose driving over walking, motorbiking over bicycling, further adding to the congestion problem while contributing to an already rising carbon emissions index.
To resolve this problem, Asia Mobiliti is building a full stack platform of transit technology components to empower intelligent urban mobility systems for cities and nations. Orion, our custom-built IoT device installed in vehicles collect real-time data via its multiple sensors configuration and transmits data to our cloud native data platform. These data is reported and visualized for transit operators, transport regulators and government agencies on our command centre system, Horizon. These along with other sources of data from public transit agencies, transport regulators, cloud services and more are aggregated and modelled on a next-generation graph database powered system, serving a multi-modal journey planning app, Trek.
OUR MOBILITI PLATFORM
IoT device that tracks geolocation, driving behaviour, cabin conditions, passenger occupancy, and micro-weather data, with local cellular connectivity via eSIM and a global low-powered wide area IoT network, Sigfox.
A cloud native data visualization and dashboard suite of tools for fleet management, powering the command centre systems of transit agencies and transport service providers.
A journey planner mobile app that helps users plan their daily commute intelligently, integrated with all mobility needs of the modern urban citizen.
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Better known as the CEO and co-founder of Malaysiakini, Prem is strongly passionate about creating winning solutions to help simplify a complex world. Drawing from his experience of successfully disrupting and changing the Malaysian media landscape, Prem has coached over 50 tech businesses over the past 7 years. Prem is a 2019 TED Senior Fellow, a recipient of Asia Foundation’s Chang-Lin Tan Fellowship in 2010, and was the Media Personality of the Year in 2012.
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer