Cleverpod was founded in 2019 with an ambitious mission — to achieve the next level synergy between people and vehicles. We believe that this synergy can be achieved through mutual and adaptive training.
Our company manufactures and distributes new energy electric vehicles. These vehicles are designed for corporate, fleet, first-aid, food delivery, last-mile delivery and security.
We’d want to go beyond the driver-car type of relationship. Vehicles get smarter every day, and we’d like the people, who operate these vehicles to also extend their skills. By using today’s technology, we can transfer sophisticated data between vehicles, operators and the datacenter. This data can help us to learn more about the transportation process, to train the personnel, and to promote the safety of employees and cargo.
Cleverpod’s products are augmented with sensors, cameras, projection and broadcasting equipment. They are more functionally advanced than a car or a motorcycle. They may be static or moving, autonomous or manned, high-speed or slow-paced. We use the term Cleverpod to describe this variety.
Part of Cleverpod’s mission is to bring the premium features like fingerprint locks, massaging seats, 360-degree dash camera, and remote access into the value-for-money tier of the market. We would like these premium features to be accessible to workers for food deliveries, or mobile urgent care units, who deserve these features the most. These individuals, who spend over 8 hours per day responding to the challenging circumstances during unsettling times. We must start taking care of their working conditions and make their lives easier and safer. A clean working environment and sanitary safe contact are must-haves. They are no longer optional.
Dedicated to strict quality control and thoughtful customer service, our experienced staff members are always available to discuss your requirements and ensure full customer satisfaction.
Cleverpod believes in synergy between human and technology. Company’s mission is to contribute to this process.
CEO Alexander Yuryev