18 July 2018

Atlantia and FCA Team Up to Develop Innovative Mobility Solutions

 

Atlantia and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles signed a Memorandum of Understanding. It is the first step of a commercial and technological partnership aimed at offering mobility services to their respective customers. The MoU was signed by Giovanni Castellucci, CEO of Atlantia, and Alfredo Altavilla, Chief Operating Officer of FCA for the EMEA Region.
The project will consist in gradually integrating Telepass devices on select Jeep models to leverage the most innovative technological solutions developed by FCA for on-board connectivity and the new mobility applications created by Telepass. The goal is to expand from Italy to the other countries where Atlantia and FCA operate and extend the range of vehicles on which the service will be implemented.
The partnership will result in a new range of innovative in-car services which exploit the increasing connectivity capabilities of vehicles. The cooperation regards, on the one hand, select models of the Jeep line-up (known worldwide for their off-road capabilities, cutting-edge technology and freedom of movement) and Mopar, which is responsible for developing FCA mobility services; on the other hand, the projects involve Telepass, leader in the European remote payment systems, which is repositioning more and more as a global player for complete mobility services. The cooperation is part of a more comprehensive innovation program coordinated by CDILabs (http://cdilabs.eu), a company providing support to the main European companies in the areas of scouting, validating and scalability of innovative products and business models developed by market-ready start-ups coming from leading investors and accelerators across Europe and from Israel.

 

Turin, 18th July 2018

 

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
FCA designs, develops, makes and sales vehicles, automotive aftermarket services, spare parts and manufacturing systems through a network of 159 production plants, 87 R&D centres and distributors in over 140 countries worldwide.
It operates on the automotive market with the brands Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep, Lancia, Ram, Maserati and Mopar, the brand for aftermarket services and spare parts. The group includes Comau (manufacturing systems), Magneti Marelli (components) and Teksid (iron and castings).
FCA also supplies financing, leasing and rental services to support the automotive business by means of subsidiaries, joint ventures and agreements with specialised finance operators.
FCA is listed on the New York Stock Exchange ("FCAU") and the Milan Stock Exchange ("FCA").

 

TELEPASS
Telepass S.p.A. is the Atlantia Group company that offers urban and extra-urban mobility services, like paying motorway tolls, parking, access to the ZTL Congestion Charge area in Milan and ferries across the Strait of Messina.
The company is the European leader in remote toll paying systems and operates in Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Austria and Belgium. The numbers are those of a major, sound company that has gained the trust of commercial partners and customers. Over six million customers, one billion handled transactions, 12 million payment systems on the road.
Telepass Pay, a digital wallet for paying car parks, taxis and fuel (the latter also in combination with the Telepass device) was launched in 2017. The portfolio of Telepass Pay services is being constantly updated.
Recent additions to the Telepass Group include UrbanNext (start-up offering urban mobility services by means of an aggregator to find the best travel solution in town), InfoBlu (main infomobility operator in Italy) and KMaster (specialised in services for managing fleets of all sizes).
The Telepass Group was created to offer freedom of movement with no obstacles to people.
The companies of the group are constantly dedicated to extending and guaranteeing access to services also in Europe to transform all trips into a problem-free experiences.

 

 

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