Month: May 2017

Vulog Launches Ride-Hailing Integration

Carsharing fleets powered by Vulog’s solution will allow drivers on ride-hailing platforms to rent cars parked on the street anywhere in a city. Vulog, the world-leading provider of one-way carsharing technology, is unveiling its new technology platform enabling drivers of ride-hailing services, such as Uber and Lyft, to use shared cars in free-floating services and other… Read more »

"Shaping the Future of Carsharing" with Vulog and CSA

This week, from May 18-19, the CSA Annual Conference kicks off in Montreal. The 7th annual conference brings together people from all over the world to discuss the future of shared mobility and mobility as a service. This year, Vulog is a Gold Sponsor and will be represented by Antonin Guy, VP of Sales and… Read more »

How to take 7 million cars off the road with $2.8B


  Could a single company noticeably improve parking availability and reduce congestion and emissions around the globe by buying a lot of cars? It might sound overly simplistic and counterintuitive, but under the right conditions and, at scale, this idea has the potential to change the world.

Vulog Recruits Silicon Valley Veteran as New CTO

Vulog, world leader in one-way car sharing technology, today announced the appointment of François Colon as its CTO, and a plan to hire 20 additional engineers by the end of 2017. Following its expansion into the US in January, and launching four large scale free-floating carsharing projects in the past six months, Vulog is bringing… Read more »