History

  • 2009
    • Founded by Claus von Hessberg and Tim Cooper
  • 2011
    • Adrian Schönig joins as third co-founder and CTO
    • Opening of Argentina office
  • 2012
    • Launch of TripGo in iOS and Android app stores, and as web app
    • Winner of Optus/NICTA Award
    • Winner of Transport for NSW App Hot House - Buses
    • Opening of Vietnam office
  • 2013
    • Finalist of QLD Premier’s Award for Open Data
    • Winner of Transport for NSW App Hot House - Trains
  • 2014
    • Winner of CodeWorks NSW Roads Hackathon
    • SkedGo wins Optus as a client
  • 2015
    • Popular Choice Award at São Paulo Mobility Global Challenge
    • TripGo integrates with What3Words
    • Joint Venture with Finnish Reittikioski
    • SkedGo wins Xerox (now Conduent) as a client
  • 2016
    • TripGo integrates with Uber
    • Launch of RioGo in iOS and Android app
    • Winner Rio Olympics Transport Challenge (‘Experience the Olympics’ category)
    • Launch of public API
    • Opening of new office in San Francisco, US
  • 2017
    • Winner Smart Cities & Accessibility Challenge (three month incubator)
    • Nominated Gartner Cool Vendor 2017 “Smart City Applications and Solutions”
    • SkedGo wins AutismCRC as clients
    • SkedGo wins Ticketer as clients
    • SkedGo wins Cowlines as clients
    • SkedGo wins Contact Light as clients
    • Opening of new office in Nuremberg, Germany
  • 2018
    • TripGo voted Best Smartphone App 2018
    • Nissan Innovation Centre - Corporate mobility pilot
  • 2019
    • SkedGo wins IAG as clients
    • SkedGo wins TCCS Canberra (web-based journey planner) as clients
    • SkedGo wins RACV (arevo app) as clients
    • Voted No.1 Global Mobility Platform Provider by Ptolemus
    • John Nuutinen takes over as the new CEO
  • 2020
    • Future Digital Awards Smart City Innovation: Platinum Smart City Platform
    • Future Digital Awards Smart City Innovation: Platinum Smart City Platform
    • ITS Australia Awards 2020, "Intelligent Mobility" category
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