Cubic Telecom partners with British automaker Arrival to deliver intelligent connectivity software to their electric vehicle fleets.
Electric Vehicle (EV) company, Arrival has chosen global connected software provider Cubic Telecom to integrate its intelligent connected car solution to their electric commercial vehicle fleet. The solution will be deployed in selected models from 2020 in the UK, with follow-up plans to roll out to Europe and North America.
Arrival designs and manufactures next-generation, affordable EVs which are tailored to the commercial market and are embedding Cubic Telecom’s software and eSIM technologies into their commercial EVs at the manufacturing stage. Cubic Telecom’s PACE platform (Platform for Application and Connectivity Enablement) will provide drivers with full visibility of nearby charging stations and real time navigation.
“Built from the ground up, Arrival is making the compelling transition into the world of electric commercial vehicles and will use Cubic’s seamless connectivity as a core service offering to support the journey. This deal signifies Cubic’s ongoing initiative to contribute to the delivery of sustainable solutions with our unique digital experience.”
Avinash Rugoobur, CSO of Arrival said “Arrival is making Generation 2.0 Electric Vehicles – that means ensuring we create a world-class connected experience. For our customers this means that our technology must enable their fleets to operate as efficiently, reliably and seamlessly as possible. We are confident that by using Cubic Telecom’s trusted EV connectivity solution we can deliver exactly that.”
Arrival is a technology company creating the World’s first Generation 2.0 Electric vehicles – electric vehicles for the same price as petrol and diesel equivalents. Arrival’s ambition is to remove all barriers to electric vehicle adoption – starting with cost. The company has taken a unique approach, designing its vehicles entirely from the ground-up. The result – affordable, light, modular electric vehicles with a range of up to 300 km and a 50% reduction of total cost of ownership.
The company’s autonomous ready platform will start life in the commercial vehicle segment where the rise of e-commerce, predictable routes and overnight depot charging form the perfect combination to help drivers make a seamless switch to EVs.
Founded in 2015, Arrival is headquartered in the UK, Arrival is continually expanding its global footprint, currently employing over 700 people between its offices in the UK, USA, Israel, Russia and Germany.