Humax says its Raidea platform is suitable for round trip, one way and free-floating infrastructures and is designed for cars, motorcycles, bikes and electric scooters.
Car rental operators around the world are facing reduced utilisation rates due to the coronavirus pandemic.
WTC is seeking to overcome these difficulties by using the Raidea platform to provide contactless services.
According to Humax, these services will enable the firm to reduce costs through contactless operation and automation of existing face-to-face transactions, while increasing vehicle utilisation.
Humax says on its website Raidea tracks, analyses and improves the efficiency of service operations with a real-time monitoring system. It also offers business insights that are expected to provide effective utilisation of fleets, optimising vehicle lifecycle and productivity.
Jeff Kim, executive vice president of worldwide sales at Humax, says: “Following this agreement, we expect our global business expansion to accelerate rapidly with major car sharing operators and car rental companies."