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Laureti Develops The World’s First Mobility Operating System

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Laureti Develops The World’s First Mobility Operating System

October 20
20:36 2020

Laureti, a pioneering mobility technology company, unveils MiRA.OS – a first-of-its kind mobility operating system that delivers a dedicated passenger-centric experience. The central rationale of the operating system: support passenger wellness, productivity and connectivity. This technology manages the passenger experience across multiple vehicles within a network that provides privacy, data security and digital freedom. 

“Experts proclaim that the future of mobility is autonomous, digital and fleet-focused. If this is half true then replacing vehicles to be electric isn’t the answer. Autonomous mobility focuses on passengers as much as vehicles. Through MiRA, we envision supporting 50 million users with as few as 50,000 vehicles. That is highly efficient and more sustainable,” says Macus Paleti, CEO of Laureti.

EV and tech companies view commoditising user data to future-proof their profits. Laureti, however, is rooted in the ethics of privacy and digital freedom. Marcus argues that “with autonomous mobility and AI, technology accesses more personal and delicate aspects of human life: health data; emotional state; intents and purposes. We elevate data security and privacy to a service offering higher than presently available. We tell users not that the key to their ‘user data’ vault is safe: we are building a system that doesn’t need a