- HERE Technologies to power the Arrival onboard navigation solution
- ICI SDK to calculate routes and timetables and run shared mobility solutions
May 19, 2021
London and Amsterdam – Arrival, the company that is reinventing the automotive industry with its all-new approach to electric vehicle (EV) design and assembly, has selected HERE Technologies, the leading location data and technology platform, to feed its on-board human. Machine interface navigation solution (HMI).
Arrival has been developing its own proprietary hardware, software and robotics since 2015 and uses these technologies to enable the production of electric vehicles through its unique, small footprint, low capex, micro-invoices that can be rapidly deployed to serve local communities. Electric vehicles benefit from predictable routes and overnight charging in depot, integrating perfectly into commercial fleets. With the rise of e-commerce, accelerated by COVID-19 and the demand for same-day delivery, the global commercial fleet market is expected to grow. Responding to the urgent need to reduce carbon emissions, ArrivÃ©e’s integrated transport ecosystem provides cities and businesses with the tools they need to achieve their sustainability goals.
HERE’s SDK goes far beyond standard mapping, routing, and search functionality. It offers real-time visibility of the geographic location of mobile assets and offline features that include route calculation, location search and step-by-step navigation. Using a highly compressed data format, HERE SDK provides fast download times and a seamless user experience that can be personalized by incorporating private points of interest (POIs).
âAfter a thorough benchmarking process, Arrival has come to the conclusion that HERE’s Navigation SDK is one of the best around. The quality of the location data coupled with the customization capabilities of the SDK means that HERE is the ideal partner for us. As a result, we are delighted to provide drivers of arrival vehicles with the best technology to do their jobs comfortably and efficiently, âsaid Valentin Anisimov, HMI system manager in arrival technology.
âWe are extremely proud to partner with Arrival to meet the challenge of our time – zero emission transport. With HERE SDK, Arrival can now offer its drivers a top-notch routing experience. We look forward to helping Arrival achieve its goal of making cities cleaner and delivering faster, âsaid Knuth Sexauer, vice president of automotive at HERE Technologies.
Together, Arrival and HERE are poised to improve the performance of commercial electric fleets and have a dramatic impact on climate change as a result.
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About the arrival
Arrival (NASDAQ: ARVL) is reinventing the automotive industry with its all-new approach to the design and assembly of electric vehicles. Low-capex and rapidly scalable micro-factories, combined with in-house developed components, materials and software, enable the production of top-notch vehicles at competitive prices compared to fossil fuel variants and with a total cost of significantly lower possession. This transformative approach provides cities around the world with the solutions they need to create sustainable urban environments and great experiences for their citizens. Arrival is a global company founded in 2015 and headquartered in London, UK and Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, with over 1900 employees worldwide in offices in USA, Germany , the Netherlands, Israel, Russia and Luxembourg. The company is rolling out its first three micro-factories in North Carolina, the United States, South Carolina, the United States and Bicester, United Kingdom in 2021.
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Arrival selects HERE SDK for its electric vehicles