The New Normal: How Public Transport providers and passengers can live with the coronavirus pandemic.
DLT and Blockchain pave the way for new shared mobility business models. We’ll have a look at some use cases.
Handover of Mobility Services In the blog post about the availability dilemma we discussed why a lack of cooperation leads to massive oversupply – and in consequence to congestion of cities and more emissions as studies from Bruce Schaller and
A Mobility as a Service (MaaS) ecosystem should offer a set of mobility services (resources) tailored to the customer’s needs. This requires that these services can be matched, orchestrated, billed and paid as one service via MaaS applications. To make
How Smart Bikes can Improve Bike Sharing Does your bicycle talk to you? No? Although it has so much to tell … It is surprising that almost none of the bike sharing companies offers any kind of on-bike-communication during the
Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is the seamless combination of transport modes for a customer’s mobility needs – almost like code sharing of different airlines for one trip. MaaS trips could comprise own vehicles, public transit, bike share, car share,
Matching mobility demand and supply does not only require to have full visibility on the offered mobility services – but also on a complete and machine-readable description of a travelers demand. This post adds some thoughts to the discussion about