As an open innovation lab, the centre aims to ensure the company’s transformation into a smart mobility solution provider, secure its sustainable growth and research the future of mobility services.
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Connected Places Catapult (CPC) hosted a pitch day at The Shard in London which saw some of the capital’s, and the UK’s, most influential venture capitalist and angel investors attend to hear about the projects currently underway by the company's SME Programme.
In this webinar, HaCon and Siemens Mobility are going to look at the predominant factors that make MaaS valuable for both users and operators. Having built several successful platforms, its a unique opportunity to look into the success factors of MaaS.
Intelligent Transport editor Luke Antoniou is joined by Ed Schmidt, CEO EMEA at Wind Mobility, to talk all things micromobility – from safety and collaboration with cities, to sustainability and passenger experience.
The Partnership for Urban Mobility is one of the partnership-agreed priority themes of the Urban Agenda for the EU.
The study aims to map trends across transport modes around the world and help organisations navigate evolving modern mobility.
In conclusion to our Mobility-as-a-Service In-Depth Focus, we asked a number of industry experts the following: considering the various steps that transport operators, authorities and mobility providers need to take to make MaaS schemes successful, how important is it that they get payment integration right, and should it take priority?
There’s no doubting that MaaS is a trending topic within the mobility industry today. Piia Karjalainen, Secretary General of the MaaS Alliance, spoke to Intelligent Transport’s Luke Antoniou about the reality of implementing MaaS in our cities.
Transdev’s MaaS Project Leader, Aurélien Cottet, tells Intelligent Transport's Sam Mehmet about his views on the progress of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS), detailing how collaboration should be at the core of any proposed mobility service.
The study analysed how behaviour and regulation would affect mobility in two scenarios: 'Cautious mobility change' and 'Extensive mobility change'.
MVG hopes the multimodal app will create more mobility in Munich, while simultaneously reducing car traffic.