Congratulations to our President, Grace Ho for being recognised for making a difference in tech through her work at SWAT, to impact peoples’ way of life with mobility.
Through efforts in prioritizing sustainable mobility, we can drive impact in all of the 3 pillars of sustainability.
Introducing smart mobility solutions which are safer and more cost-efficient for employee transport during Covid-19.
Joint study with NUS Business School: Insights on employees' sentiments towards working from home, and how productivity and well-being have changed.
Demand-responsive employee transport can help you offer greater safety and convenience while maintaining cost.
SWAT's speedmap technology is featured in the April 2021 issue of the Telematics Wire magazine.
In a webinar with the Association of Aerospace Industries (Singapore), learn how smart mobility can address the challenges of providing staff transport.
1/3 of employees stay with their company because of benefits. It’s worth asking what employees really want. The answers may even surprise you.
An effective workers’ transport solution includes the provision of an exclusive service that complies with BCA’s safe regulations.
See how companies use demand-responsive transport improve service levels and enhance safety for employees.
SWAT Mobility clinches another PDPTW record on the world-renowned Li & Lim Benchmark with our proprietary algorithm.
With many Filipinos finding it harder to get to work, it’s now more important than ever for companies to provide transportation benefits.
Our Future Mobility Consultant, Bing Yang, reflects on the journey SWAT Mobility has taken to get to where we are today.
Our Product Manager, Melanie Tan, gives an insightful account of her experience with remote usability testing for overseas deployments amidst pandemic.
A breakdown of the transport options commuters have post-Covid-19, and how employers can provide safer transport alternatives.
Our CEO Jarrold Ong talks about the role real-time passenger information play in on-demand services and the prediction of journey times.
In the finale of the Y4PT's Hack Covid-19 & Reshape Societies global contest, we presented our solutions to Covid-19 mobility challenges.
These are the 4 main response strategies cities have adopted to address mobility needs sustainably.
A closer look at how companies are digitising transportation to reduce costs and increase convenience for employees.
Our President, Grace Ho, tells us about the career advice she has ever received, as well as her favourite part of her job.
Our Solution Sales and Customer Success Consultant Charmaine Liew explains her process of how she works with our clients to implement our solutions their company.
Earlier this year, we embarked on a rebranding project that helped us to better align our offerings with our beliefs and communicate what we stand for.
We’ve been using Figma for all the right reasons. It’s taken design collaboration at SWAT to the next level.
Strengthen business continuity by automating transport scheduling around split teams and enabling digital contact tracing in company transport.
In the course of our deployments, we discovered how waypoint selection should consider not just the distance by foot, but also the passengers' behaviours and preferences.
This article highlights the importance of using accurately calibrated speed maps with the routing engine based on our operational insights.
The way passengers perceive the quality of the routes generated by algorithms often have nothing to do with the routes satisfying set constraints, but rather human perception.
SWAT’s pooling algorithm is the heart of our technology, and here is a simplified overview of how it works.
In collaboration with NEC, we launched the traveller app, Ally, at the 26th Intelligent Transport Systems World Congress. The on-demand buses were provided by SWAT.