Ravin’s AI technology enables faster, more efficient vehicle scans for enhanced car maintenance
Tel Aviv, Israel - August 1, 2022 - Ravin AI, the leader in developing AI-enabled vehicle inspection tools, today announced an extended partnership with Buggy. A division of Voyager Global Mobility (VGM), the TLC auto operator, which supplies cars to Uber, Lyft and taxi drivers, will expand its use of Ravin’s solution to offer AI-powered autoscan technology for damage detection, as well as more efficient and objective insurance report capabilities.
The initial partnership launched over two years ago, and until now, has seen Buggy using the Ravin Inspect™ app to scan its fleets, automating the check-in and check-out processes. The extended partnership now gives Buggy the ability to conduct more scans and inspections in less time, enabling the company to continue to scale - supporting operations in Mexico and additional cities in the US, while also offering its drivers insurance plans.
“We are very excited to extend our partnership with Buggy,” said Eliron Ekstein, CEO and Co-founder of Ravin AI. “We began working together when we were both much smaller companies, and it is a pleasure to be a part of Buggy’s continued growth. We have much more to offer the company, its fleets, and drivers, and look forward to seeing them implement more of Ravin’s AI capabilities to continue their impressive expansion.”
“As the demand for ride-hailing vehicles continues to increase, it was an easy decision for us to continue working with Ravin,” said Amit Balbul, Senior Vice President at VGM. “The company has understood and met our needs from day one, and we are thrilled to now be implementing Ravin’s AI technology, which will allow us to offer our drivers expedited scans and inspections, as well as improved vehicle maintenance and insurance coverage.”
About Ravin AI
Ravin AI is an international provider of automated artificial intelligence solutions for vehicle inspections serving diverse fleet, insurance, and remarketing customers around the world. Unlike other marketplace solutions, Ravin does not require its customers to purchase or install dedicated hardware but rather uses mobile and CCTV cameras. Ravin AI was founded in 2018 by Eliron Ekstein and Roman Sandler, and has raised $25M to date from investors including KAR Global (owner of ADESA auctions, AutoVIN inspection and more), PICO Venture Partners, FM Capital, and Shell Ventures. Strategic partners include Toyota Financial. For more information, visit Ravin.ai.