ENHANCING THE PASSENGER EXPERIENCE
IN THE AIRPORT, ON A PLANE OR A TRAIN
GoWith was founded in February 2016 and is an alumnus of four accelerators: HUstart (Hebrew University), AtoBe (Jerusalem College of Engineering), 1776 (Washington, DC) and iSpace (Israeli Air Force). It is also a member of the MIT Startup Exchange, the community of MIT-affiliated startups.
GoWith is the winner of the Airport Innovation Challenge, organized by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority in 2018, and the recipient of the Merage Foundation 2019 New Media Fellowship.
Our three lines of business, Flow, FlyWith and RideWith, all share the same goal: help transportation companies and operators (airports, airlines, railway companies) enhance the passenger experience.
By providing their customers with Flow's door-to-gate time estimates, airports end up reducing the stress level of passengers and thus increase non-aeronautical revenues; airlines on their part can minimize both passenger delays and the financial losses they result in.
By incorporating FlyWith's or RideWith's seatmate arrangement features into their reservation systems, airlines and railway companies can give the level of hyper-personalization that today's customers expect.
GoWith's solutions are based on proprietary match-making, positioning and motion analysis algorithms, all developed in house by our team.
GoWith was founded by Marc-Philippe Rudel, a Civil Aviation engineer with more than 25 years of experience in the industry, and its team comprises multinational software developers. In addition, a couple of airport executives act as our advisors.
A time-keeping app
for airport passengers
Flow calculates the time needed to go from home all the way to the boarding gate.
For airports, this equates to more relaxed passengers spending more time in the terminal's concessions.
For airlines, it means fewer passenger-caused flight delays, fewer rebookings, and higher RPKs as flights are filled as planned.
A SaaS platform
designed for airlines
FlyWith enables airlines to seat passengers with common interests together (for a business conversation, a casual chat, dating, or simply quietness). It offers an effective way to increase customer satisfaction and retention.
A SaaS platform
for railway companies
RideWith enables railway companies to create customer-specific areas in trains (business, casual chat, dating, family-oriented or silent environments) and allocate seats accordingly.
It offers a new level of service for passengers and a compelling way to differentiate from competitors.