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Do More With Less. Nowadays sharing assets such as cars, bikes... has never been so easy.

OneBlip develops mobile technologies designed for the collaborative consumption.

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OneBlip softwares and technologies allows individual, businesses or communities to swiftly create their own sharing platforms and make the most of existing assets such as cars,  bikes, scooters, lockers, EVs charging points,....

Our cost effective business model will contribute to a more affordable mobility.

✓ Free download. No joining fee.
✓ Pay only when you use it

Our customisable apps will foster the sense of belonging to a community.

✓ Brand the application with your logo
✓ Set your own Terms and Conditions

Our flexible platforms will allow people, businesses and communities to connect and work together seamlessly.

✓ P2P, B2C and B2B business models
✓ Round-trip, Point-to-Point and Free-Floating

Our mobile technologies are reliable and user-friendly.

✓ Award winning technology tested in Europe
✓ Suitable for sharing cars, bikes, scooters, lockers, offices, parkings,…

How will your solution benefit residents, workers, or visitors in the Michigan Central Station impact area? (1,000 characters)

One stop-shop solutions for sharing assets such as cars, bikes, scooters,.... Our mobile technologies are not limited to car sharing nor P2P business models. Users could be individuals or businesses who wish to optimise their asset utilisation ratios or create new customer services based on collaborative consumption. Users could be part of the local community or coming from outside the impact area.

Describe your solution's stage of development

  • Pilot - you have implemented your solution in a real-world scenario

Insights from previous testing (500 characters)

We have won an international innovation award in 2016 and beta tested with Electric vehicles in 2017 in Chamonix France in partnership with Transdev ( Public Transportation Group ), MACIF (Insurance ), Chamonix Council and XYT ( EVs manufacturer ). Technology successfully proven without any issue to report. Positive feedback from the local community but usage too low to balance local operating costs. Need to have a good and long term communication strategy.

Tell us about your team or organization (500 characters)

OneBlip Pty Ltd is a proprietary limited company registered in Australia since April 2014. ABN 98 168 897 069 1 O'Connell Street - Sydney - NSW - 2000- Australia Details available on the Australian Securities and Investments Commission

Size of your team or organization

  • 2-10

Team or Organization URL

Are you submitting as a student team?

  • No

Are you submitting as a team from the Impact Area?

  • No

Funding Request

  • $50,000

Rough Budget (500 characters)

5 Return flights Sydney / Detroit - Economy class - estimated to 15,000AUD 25 days accomodation / meal / transportation in Detroit - estimated to 8,750AUD 25 working days in Detroit / Coordination meeting- estimated to 20,000AUD 25 working days in Sydney / Project management / Reporting - estimated to 20,000AUD 5 Electronic modules during 6 months ( 25AUD/month/car ) - 750AUD Other / Miscellaneous 10% - 6,500 AUD Total 71,000AUD equiv to 50,000USD

Describe how you would pilot your idea (1000 characters)

6 months beta test with 5 cars provided and operated by a third party based in the impact area.

Describe how you would measure the success of your pilot (1000 characters)

KPIs will be 1/ the rate of use ( Nbr of booking / week / car and Nbr of Hrs / Booking ) 2/ Nbr of users / car

Sustainability Plan (500 characters)

For the time being, we have the resources available to develop and maintain our softwares. Financial viability of the sharing platform will depend on the KPIs monitored during the 6 months beta test period.

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Photo of Mackenzie Fankell

Laurent Gaborit Thank you for sharing this proposal! I am a Michigan Central Station Challenge facilitator. Its looks like a great way for share resources, increase mobility options, and make a little bit of extra money, too! Have you thought specifically how this proposal would address the complex needs of our impact area in Detroit? What issues do you think that this solution would address well? Do you anticipate certain hurdles with working in Detroit specifically? I look forward to hearing more!