Demand for mobility data soars during lockdown, Teralytics says


Business is booming, says Teralytics CEO Alastair MacLead. In normal times, the Swiss start-up crunches data on people’s mobility to help the transportation industry match services and schedules with travel plans. With the onset of coronavirus, however, the company has gone from facilitating journeys to helping the world stay at home, adding the likes of the Robert Koch Institute and Johns Hopkins University to its clientele.