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Jul 29, 2020

rideOS and SF New Deal lift up small businesses with meal delivery service

SF New Deal leverages rideOS’ new delivery products to power their meal delivery service in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Apr 28, 2020

Alto Selects rideOS to Scale its On Demand Multi-Service Mobility Business

Company cites greater fleet efficiency, the ability to seamlessly create new service offerings and a strong innovation agenda as primary reasons for adoption.

Feb 18, 2020

What Transportation Technology Got Right in 2019

DevPro Journal talks to rideOS CTO, Chris Blumenberg, about the state of the transportation industry, looks back at what has changed over the past year, and what learnings we can take moving forward into the new decade.

Dec 5, 2019

rideOS adds Industry Leaders, Brian McClendon & Ralf Lenninger, to Advisory Board

rideOS today announced the addition of leading mapping and automotive visionaries Brian McClendon and Ralf Lenninger to its advisory board. The industry pioneers join at a time when rideOS is rapidly expanding its presence in the European market. Since it opened an office in Berlin in early 2018, the company has been growing their engineering and business units across Europe.

Aug 14, 2019

rideOS Launches New Devoted Platform to Power the Future of Ridehailing

Today rideOS launched the new Ridehail Platform — including a Ridehail API and open-source mobile apps. The Ridehail API offers an easy way for automotive original equipment manufacturers, autonomous vehicle companies, and transportation network companies to create and manage their own ride-hailing network using rideOS’ underlying technology.

Aug 14, 2019

Tackling the task of deploying and routing self-driving cars

rideOS, a San Francisco-based startup founded by former Uber engineers, has developed an open-source platform that any company can use to create its own ride-hailing network.

Jan 24, 2019

Uber vets build startup to create mapping products for self-driving vehicles

RideOS is creating what it bills as an "air traffic control" operating system for fleets of self-driving cars and other modes of transportation that autonomous cars could share the road with, like scooters and bicycles.

Jan 11, 2019

CES 2019: How Ford Is Building a New Platform for High-Tech Transit

Slowly but surely, a new vision for cities and their transportation systems has been emerging at CES this year: One where cars, bikes, subways, buses, and other transit modes all talk to each other digitally, helping urbanites plan efficient multi-modal trips. In an ideal world, such a system would supplement public transportation and help attenuate the dominance of the car.

Sept 5, 2018

TomTom teams with rideOS to Integrate Its Real-Time Traffic Data Into Next-Generation Transportation Platform

TomTom today announced that its real-time and historical Traffic data, Speed Profiles, and map elements will be integrated into rideOS’ innovative routing platform for self-driving vehicles to improve predictive analytics.