SWAT Mobility applies our technology to freight delivery route optimisation with Sagawa Express. We are also the recipient of the HIKYAKU Labo Award.
To support PT Sinar Mitbana Mas’ concept plan for smart transport solutions, SWAT Mobility is conducting a mobility planning study with SMRT Corporation to assess the connectivity of existing BSD Link services.
SWAT Mobility is selected for the “Startup SDGs Innovation Trial Project” in Kitakyushu City, Japan.
SWAT Mobility is selected as one of the companies in the Forbes Asia 100 to Watch list, which highlights notable startups in the Asia-Pacific that are on the rise.
SWAT Mobility integrated road network data from the map database provider ZENRIN to provide more accurate routing in Japan, which has one of the most complex road networks in the world.
SWAT Mobility recently conducted a survey in partnership with NUS Business School. The research shows that company provided transport benefits are a new driver of employee motivation as they return to work in the office.
SWAT Mobility recently launched delivery services with UglyFood, marking SWAT’s official entry into the logistics space. Prior to Uglyfood, SWAT ran seasonal delivery services with a hotel, meat grocer, and for Covid test samples.
SWAT Mobility announced today that it had successfully raised funds in a round led by Global Brain GB-VII Growth Fund Investment Limited Partnership to support its expansion in Japan.
SWAT Mobility has attained the Level 3 certification of bizSAFE administered by the The Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Council in Singapore.
WILLERS Pte. Ltd. and SWAT Mobility announced today that they will be joining hands to solve mobility challenges in the region. The MoU marks the first step towards an exciting future in the Mobility-as-a-Service space.
SWAT Mobility is one the top 15 finalists honoured at the virtual ceremony for the Emerging Enterprise Award 2020 last night, with the Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing in attendance as the guest of honour.
SWAT Mobility has emerged as the final winner in the Product Digitalization subcategory of the Digital Transformation Award by SwissCham Singapore, after a tough live pitch with other strong contenders.
SWAT JAPAN is supporting the trial of the "Shimomachi On-Demand Bus" in Niigata City, aimed at combating transportation and mobility issues at urban areas.
We are proud to share that SWAT Mobility has been selected as the winner of the Country Star of the Year at the ASEAN Business Awards (ABA) 2020. The applications for this award category includes candidates from all over the region.
SWAT Mobility is one of 10 startups shortlisted for the GIA China-Singapore Innovation Acceleration Programme, a joint initiative by Enterprise Singapore and the Economic Development Board.
A recent study found that companies in the Philippines employ an average of 7 people just to manually organize transportation routes for their employee shuttle or bus fleets.
With all modes of public transportation remaining suspended in many major cities, both the public and private sectors must work hard, perhaps even together, to enable mobility for Filipino employees in the “new normal.”
Metro Manila is known to have one of the worst traffic congestions in the entire world. It’s now more important than ever to enable smart mobility solutions for all, saving organizations time through the automation of dispatching and route calculation.
Singapore-based smart mobility solution firm SWAT Mobility aims to provide businesses with a safe, reliable way to transport employees amidst Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ).
SWAT Mobility is providing their mobile application, SWATRide, for the Philippines public to book rides on to a point-to-point (P2P) bus service. SWATRide is free and available for download from the App Store, Google Play and Huawei App Gallery.
SWAT Mobility (SWAT), a Singapore-based mobility tech startup, expands into Japan with the launch of a new on-demand work transport for employees in J:COM, a leading CATV operation and telecommunication company in Japan.
SWAT Mobility has wrapped up services in the mobility project by Toyota Mobility Foundation for healthcare workers in Bangkok, Thailand after 3 months of successful deployment.
SWAT Mobility is a proud adopter of the Tripartite Standards by Singapore’s Tripartite Alliance for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices (TAFEP).
SWAT Mobility and Toyota Motor Philippines launch the first smart transportation solution for corporate employees in the Philippines following their successful service for Philippine General Hospital (PGH).
A large ground handling agent at Changi Airport has configured their staff transport to the new requirements and changes in work schedules due to COVID-19, using SWAT Mobility’s technology.
SWAT Mobility is supporting Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) to offer on-demand transport of COVID-19 test specimens for four medical clinics, one hospital located in North Jakarta and another hospital in Bekasi.
SWAT Mobility has partnered with Toyota Mobility Foundation to offer demand-responsive commuter transport for the healthcare workers in the region, starting with Manila, using our Just In Time product.
Hillsbus MetroConnect on-demand bus service has added 2 new stops (Norwest Private Hospital & CircaRetail Shopping Centre) to its service, to better connect residents within the area to essential services.
In March 2020, SWAT's routing technology was used to assist in the manufacture of hand sanitizers for the community. Read on to see how a community pooled their resources together to make this possible.
SWAT Mobility appoints Grace Ho as its President to strengthen the firm’s growth and business operations. The firm will support companies activating their BCPs with its smart transport solutions during the COVID-19 period.
In late 2019, SWAT launched in Vietnam our employee transport solution for a large industrial park. We provide the technology behind the new demand-responsive park shuttles.
SWAT entered the Indonesia market with a bus shuttle solution earlier this week, launching with a major private transport operator who is looking to increase market share in the bus industry.
SWAT is the only Singaporean startup among the 16 mobility startups accepted into the latest Winter/Spring 2020 Batch of the Plug and Play Japan accelerator program.
Since March 2019, employees of Sembcorp Marine, have been commuting between their homes and worksite using SWAT’s employee transport service powered by demand-responsive, shared transport technology.
In closing its Series A funding, SWAT has seen strong interest totaling US$10.1m, in a round led by The University of Tokyo Edge Capital (UTEC) 4 Limited Partnership with participation from 7 other investors.
SWAT signed a MoU with Chinese bus company Guangzhou No. 3 Bus Co. as a show of commitment to collaborate on a pilot of on-demand shared bus services at the 10th Singapore-Guangdong Collaboration Council.
SWAT is proud to share that we have won the Gold award for the category of Best HR Tech Start-Up Company this year.
SWAT rolled out our innovative tech transport solution for a large hospitality client to offer late-night transport for their overnight staff.
This week, SWAT launched a trial for transport of overnight staff at the leading ground handler and in-flight catering service provider at Singapore Changi Airport, with hundreds of employees working the overnight shift in a given day.
Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW) implemented a creative digital payment platform called Opal Connect.
Mr Lim Kok Quee, Deputy CEO of NEC APAC, and Mr Jarrold Ong, CEO and Co-founder of SWAT, explain the collaboration, and discuss the future of apps in the travel and commuter space.
Sembcorp Marine, our client, won the Silver award for the category “Excellence in HR Innovation” at the HR Excellence Award. The award was to recognise their improvement in employee transport, implemented with SWAT’s technology.