Happy New Year! What a ride in 2021! Increasing floods, droughts, storms and wildfires, a record number of refugees, disrupted supply chains, political sabre-rattling and a global pandemic on top. But mankind deals with it and life goes on. A
Ride Pooling and Carpooling Hacks
The vehicle utilization or pooling ratio determines the profitability of ride pooling services. This blog post introduces some hacks to improve the efficiency for ride pooling and carpooling systems with a focus on suburban and rural areas.
Rural MaaS and the Next Big Thing
High quality living and working via home office in the countryside could be the Next Big Thing. Mobility as a Service will play a key role connecting rural areas with cities.
Post on mobility hubs, their functions as a interface between mobility services, success factors and sources for further information
Mobility/Transportation Demand Management
The demand for transport is the root cause for transport-related emissions. Peak demand in addition leads to inefficiencies and infection risk. Managing the demand for transportation could reduce emissions and improve our mobility.
The New Normal: Public Transport and the Virus
The New Normal: How Public Transport providers and passengers can live with the coronavirus pandemic.
Blockchain in New Mobility
DLT and Blockchain pave the way for new shared mobility business models. We’ll have a look at some use cases.
Corona Virus and Mobility
The Coronavirus travels the world and impacts our lives and the economy. Let’s have a look on how mobility supports the virus and what we all can do to reduce the infection risk and keep things running.