SWAT Mobility

SWAT Mobility (SWAT) is a Singapore-based smart mobility solution firm that provides demand-responsive and ride-sharing technology in high capacity vehicles. Our core technology capabilities and algorithms compute efficient shared rides, direct buses and their drivers, and ensure timely arrivals.

Ranking 38
Current valuation
Current price of 1% equity $101,000 SW
Equity can be sold 87.5%
Ownership structure

Phan Vinh Quang 1.0%

Wirattinee Vatanyootaweewat 0.5%


Sazali Johari 5.0%

Andrea Plawutsky 1.0%

Sim Bing Yang 87.5%

SWAT Mobility (SWAT) is a Singapore-based smart mobility solution firm that provides demand-responsive and ride-sharing technology in high capacity vehicles. With the belief that efficient transport is a fundamental right, SWAT endeavors to use its core mobility engine to improve the way people commute, ease congestion and improve their quality of life.

Founded in 2016, SWAT has completed over a million dynamically-routed rides worldwide for commuters. The firm’s solutions are used by clients across Asia Pacific, including Sumitomo Corporation, Toyota Corporation, Transportation for New South Wales and Sembcorp Marine. Since its inception, the firm has garnered more than US$12 million in funding from investors such as the ComfortDelGro Ventures, Goldbell Group, iGlobe Partners, Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) Investments, EDB New Ventures, SMRT Momentum Ventures and the University of Tokyo Edge Capital (UTEC).

The company is headquartered in Singapore, with operations across seven markets including Australia, Indonesia, Japan, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

At SWAT Mobility, our vision is to change the way we move through our 3 mission statements:
1. Solve congestion problem of megacities. Our efficient routing algorithm helps public and private entities optimise their transportation requirements. We aim to reduce congestion at a city level.
2. Reduce pollution.  By efficiently routing vehicles, we reduce the overall demand for vehicles. This reduces the vehicles' output as a whole.
3. Reduce the effects of climate change. - We are currently in partnership with manufacturers, suppliers and operators of Electric Vehicles (EV) and Autonomous Vehicles (AV). Our aim is to further enhance the financial feasibility of these vehicles and accelerate the adoption of both EVs and AVs.

SWAT Mobility has a full suite of systems that are tailored to carious use cases. We have developed 4 distinct product lines, shown below:

Furthermore, we developed 4 key capabilities on top of these 4 product lines, to ensure client’s needs are met.

SWAT Mobility’s Business Development Plan in Vietnam would be focused around 2 key industries: Smart Cities and Industrial Parks.

A)          Smart Cities

SWAT Mobility is aligning ourselves with the various upcoming Smart City projects within Vietnam itself. Within the Smart Cities, there is a sizeable demand for transportation. Furthermore, without any existing services run, it serves as the perfect template to introduce SWAT Mobility’s technology, to plan and manage the routes efficiently from inception. This ensures that transport infrastructure will not be over-invested, and will be sustainable in the long run. SWAT Mobility has joined a Singapore Smart Cities Consortium, supported by ESG, and will look to continue its business development within this vertical.

B)          Industrial Parks

Industrial Parks serve as a good location for launching SWAT Mobility’s technology. This is because there is a high density of companies and workers working within the Industrial Parks itself. Some of these companies provide existing services to their workers. SWAT Mobility’s value proposition would be to assist in the transport planning and analysis of their current services, to assess if any cost savings can be achieved from more efficient routing and planning. This would be a good base to introduce our technology. Thereafter, SWAT Mobility and help smaller companies who are unable to provide individual, dedicated transport for their staff, by pooling together similar companies and running a shared service. This would increase the utility of the vehicles going to and from the industrial parks.