We started Lattis in 2013 with the goal of accelerating the transition to sustainable transportation by building the world’s first smart bike lock. This smart bike lock was a catalyst in enabling a more decentralized model of bikeshare. Shared bikes and scooters, also known as micromobility, is the future of public transportation. The micromobility operator market is highly fragmented favoring regional winners.
In 2018 we launched the Lattis software platform to enable local micromobility operators to share their fleets and we now support some of the biggest private and public vehicle fleets globally. We’ve grown our business from a bootstrapped start-up in the basement of a burrito shop in San Francisco to a brilliant team of technologists and engineers across the world.
Today, our platform powers shared fleets of bikes, scooters, mopeds, and golf carts. Lattis has built a mobility data flywheel, where our AI-powered data pipeline processes hundreds of million miles of anonymized, aggregated live road and telemetry data, every day — allowing Lattis to continuously improve our technology and improve the unit economics for our operators.