Seisan developed an integrated mobile platform prototype utilizing Verizon’s Share platform and geospatial technologies that exhibited the desired results.
Seisan combined our expertise with geospatial technology and IoT devices to create a sharing platform for Verizon to offer its clients.
These days, consumers have a variety of mobile apps to choose from when searching for a car to rent. But how about one that will not only locate a vehicle, but unlock it and manage the rental experience, too? That’s the technology solution Verizon was after when they engaged Seisan to develop a versatile platform capable of facilitating back-end reservations while featuring a sharing management system to allow a mobile application to access asset information.
It’s part of a plan to enable Verizon clients to gain new revenue by making their assets – specifically, fleet vehicles that are not in use – available to be rented by the general public. An end user simply needs to walk up to the vehicle that they have reserved and, once they are in close enough proximity, gain access by unlocking it from the mobile app. (new paragraph) Moreover, the app serves as an information hub during the rental period, providing the consumer real-time data such as miles driven, trip log and current statuses such as battery and fuel levels.
In the end, Seisan was able to deliver a solution that allowed seamless data to flow between a variety of smart devices and Verizon’s back-end sharing platform.
The Verizon Harmony Mobile Application was created using editable styles and tile-based icon approach. This allows companies to easily rebrand the app to match their specific visual style and business offering.