Ivee, – a pioneer of passenger experiences for Mobility as a Service – announced that Elliot Garbus, the former VP & GM of Intel’s Transportation Solutions Division joined Ivee’s Advisory Board.
Ivee’s passenger centric technology [is] exactly what’s needed as mobility goes through a disruptive transformation.
At Intel, Elliot was responsible for delivering Intel’s vision for connected cars spanning from In-Vehicle-Infotainment & autonomous driving to intelligent transportation systems.
“We’re honored to welcome Elliot to Ivee. Elliot brings tremendous insight on scaling Ivee’s in-vehicle technology,” said Alex Giannikoulis, Founder & CEO of Ivee. “Elliot’s experience at Intel aligns exactly with Ivee’s next phase of technology development. We share Intel’s vision on the passenger economy and the $200 Billion opportunity that emerges when people refrain from driving.”
Ivee’s advisory board also includes executives from Snap, Viacom, Midway Games and Kroger.
Garbus added, “Many car manufacturers, especially those in the luxury segment, recognized how in-vehicle technology influenced a car’s purchase. In Ivee, I saw an innovative product roadmap addressing a high-growth segment of the automotive industry. Ivee’s passenger centric technology and its ability to execute swiftly are exactly what’s needed as mobility goes through a disruptive transformation. Ivee creates experiences that reimagine the time spent as a passenger. As ride-sharing and autonomous driving grow, innovative passenger experiences become a new source of differentiation and value. ”
Ivee creates “Better Rides for People and the Planet.”
With its in-vehicle technology, Ivee delivers engaging passenger experiences on ride-hailing networks like Uber and Lyft.
To fulfill its mission of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, Ivee delivers its rides exclusively on eco-friendly vehicles. Thanks to brand sponsorship, Ivee has supported hundreds of thousands of zero-emission equivalent miles traveled.
Ivee’s technology has been recognized for innovation by Plug & Play’s Brand & Retail accelerator, MediaPost, and the National Retail Foundation’s Innovation Lab.