ViriCiti Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- ViriCiti's estimated annual revenue is currently $5.8M per year.
- ViriCiti's estimated revenue per employee is $116,000
- ViriCiti has 50 Employees.
- ViriCiti grew their employee count by -31% last year.
ViriCiti Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is ViriCiti?
We believe that electric vehicles run significantly further and more reliable with online energy management. Our cloud-based telematic services improve the operation of electric trucks and city buses. Using the latest internet technologies, we monitor and analyse vehicles up to milisecond level. Online energy management will be a big paradigm change in how to operate a vehicle. Up till now, the driver was always responsible to make sure, that enough energy is available to drive the planned routes. We want to break this paradigm and move the energy responsibility in the cloud. Here, we have access to many other data sources and can plan energy consumption in far more detail and much more in advance. This allows the driver to completely focus on driving, while we make sure that he also has enough energy to reach its destination. Over the long term, we aim to influence and adapt vehicle behaviour from the cloud. This enables us to eliminate waste of energy and make the vehicle more efficient. Resulting that vehicles will meet far more ambitious route planning, while being absolutely reliable.keywords:N/A
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And the ChargePoint acquisition spree keeps on-a rollin’. Just three weeks prior, the company snapped upped Austria’s e-mobility solutions provider has.to.be for a cool €250 million, and today, announced the acquisition of eBus and commercial fleet management platform ViriCiti for €75 million. ...
The Dutch clean-tech startup ViriCiti today announced a new funding round worth €6.25 million – led by Energy impact Partners (EIP), Mainport Innovation Fund II (MIF II). Founded in 2012, ViriCiti provides an online telematics platform for electric and mixed bus fleets. The fresh capital will b ...
Amsterdam-founded bus fleet management startup ViriCiti has raised a funding round of €6.25 million from Energy impact Partners (EIP), Mainport Innovation Fund II (MIF II), and an undisclosed investor. The company is planning to use the capital injection to expand into the North American markets ...
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