Mobility technology company Laureti has developed MiRA.OS, and claimed it as first-of-its kind mobility operating system that delivers a dedicated passenger-centric experience.
Laureti said the central rationale of the operating system are support productivity, passenger wellness and connectivity. This technology manages passenger experience across multiple vehicles within a network that offers data security, privacy and digital freedom.
Macus Paleti, chief executive officer of Laureti, said, “Experts proclaim that the future of mobility is autonomous, digital and fleet-focused. If this is half true then replacing vehicles to be electric isn’t the answer.”
He added that autonomous mobility focuses on passengers as much as vehicles. “Through MiRA, we envision supporting 50 million users with as few as 50,000 vehicles. That is highly efficient and more sustainable.”
Commoditising user data
Technology and EV firms want to commoditise user data to future-proof their profits. However, Laureti said it is rooted in the ethics of privacy and digital freedom.
With autonomous mobility and Artificial Intelligence, Macus said the technology accesses more delicate and personal aspects of human life: health data; emotional state; intents and purposes.
The company said they upgrade data protection and privacy to a service offering higher than currently available.
Laureti has protected its operating system platform and completed development architecture. The company will display the MiRA experience with its new EV, ‘Laureti DionX’.
The company said that it may take another three years for vehicles to get to the market but it is exploring ways to introduce its technology even earlier.
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