With the aim of improving the service and offering users a high-quality travel public transport experience, everis Ingeniería will implement Moverick to provide a digital platform for public transport that operates the rural routes in the Bío Bío region.
The project is promoted by the Rural Public Transport Guild of the communes of Lota and Colonel and was presented publicly by the Minister of Transport and Telecommunications, Gloria Hutt, and regional and communal authorities.
The initiative – which is already operating successfully in Villarrica and Temuco – covers the complete digital transformation of the current management model by implementing the Moverick mobility management platform, developed by everis Ingeniería. This involves reorganising the rural public transport system, which affects more than 100,000 users, with the aim of improving the quality of the service and offering the user a unique public-transport experience in Chile.
“Through its Moverick platform, everis Ingeniería will provide the technology and services necessary for the integrated operation of the six operating companies who run almost 400 buses. But the system has been designed to serve the entire Bío Bío region and all current types of urban and rural services, as well as to evolve to offer mobility as a regional service,” said Arturo Corbi, everis Ingeniería partner, during the presentation.
Moverick is the latest cloud technology for a collaborative platform for integrated mobility management, which allows the main actors of the ecosystem (authorities, transport operators and drivers, and users) to be integrated into the same platform. This new transport service management model has been designed to be completely configurable and can be adapted to any circumstances. Thus, in this case it has adapted to the regions of Chile using a technological and business approach that is modular and scalable to national level, which will allow its immediate expansion to the rest of Chile’s regions.