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  • OEMs alternative business models

    4 Archetypes for Automotive OEMs to Position Themselves in the New Mobility Market

    By Philipp Grosse Kleimann, Senior Partner & Global Head of Automotive & New Mobility, Siemens Advanta Consulting How often do you get a second chance in life?  Automotive OEMs have always been strong in professionalizing their traditional business model, focusing on volumes and pure product selling. However, looking at the numbers, their sales have been […]

  • For Argo Autonomous Vehicle

    Concentration in AV Tech Accelerates and Shakes Things Up

    By Marc Amblard, Founder & Managing Director, Orsay Consulting The current crisis is creating significant stress on the budgets of automotive incumbents. It has forced them to rethink the strategic allocation of their scarcer resources. The market-driven squeeze on R&D budgets comes at a time when incumbents need to spend significant amounts to meet CO2-related regulations […]

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    How an American MaaS App Succesfully Broke Into the French Market

    By Jessica Pennetier, Head of International Communications, Choose Paris Region When searching for a diverse and unique part of Europe to launch in, Paris Region was Migo’s first choice. The Region’s forward-thinking attitude towards mobility, the business ecosystem and the healthcare are some of the many reasons Migo chose to launch its app here. Choose […]

  • Is Multimodal MaaS Just for Big Cities?

    By Venkatesh Gopal, Business Development and Partnerships Manager, Movmi MaaS (Mobility-as-a-Service) is a well known term in the transportation space today and one of the elements which this commonly relates to is access and not ownership of mobility modes. It could be defined as a packaged service available to the user integrating new/existing shared mobility […]

  • A Zero e-motorcycle

    Going Full Electric: The e-Motorcycle Experience

    By Marc Amblard, Founder & Managing Director, Orsay Consulting As a longtime motorcycle enthusiast, I thought I would share my own experience going full electric. Three years ago, I leased a Chevrolet Bolt, with its EPA range of 238 mile range from a 60 kWh battery. I really liked the powertrain and the overall EV experience. […]

  • European Shared Micromobility in the Face of a Pandemic – White Paper

    An INVERS and fluctuo white paper 2018 was crowned the “year of the scooter” and 2019 saw micromobility usage continue to grow in cities across Europe setting 2020 up to be another strong year for free-floating e-scooter and moped ridership. Then, COVID-19 hit, completely altering the outlook. With the pandemic shuting down cities across Europe […]

  • The Business of Mobility: How We Are Enabling “Charging as a Service”

    By Martin Klässner, CEO, has·to·be gmbh The Business of Mobility is a new Urban Mobility Company series highlighting some of the most successful new businesses in the mobility sector. Featuring a closer look at the way in which companies stand out, CEOs, Directors and other c-level executives elaborate on what it takes to turn a […]

  • Key Takeaways from the Virtual Workshop “How Europe is Moving MaaS – And Vice Versa”

    By Stephanie Hagen, Director, Urban Mobility Company Click here to watch a recording of “How Europe is Moving MaaS – And Vice Versa” held in partnership with Hogan Lovells. While Mobility as a Service is not a uniquely European concept, you’d be hard pressed to find another region where the MaaS industry is maturing at […]

  • Towards Inclusive Mobility: Women and Transport in the Paris Region

    By Cosima Malandrino, Mobility Consultant and Luc Berman, Consultant at LGI The issue of inclusivity in mobility is pressing on two sides. On the service side, systems are largely designed following ‘standard’ commuting routes which often fail to address the diversity of people’s needs, generating discrimination by omission. On the labour market side, jobs in […]

  • The Business of Mobility: How we are improving micromobility with swappable batteries

    By Tony Günther, Head of eCommerce, Okai Berlin Office The Business of Mobility is a new Urban Mobility Company series highlighting some of the most successful new businesses in the mobility sector. Featuring a closer look at the way in which companies stand out, CEOs, Directors and other c-level executives elaborate on what it takes […]

  • Key Takeaways from the Virtual Workshop “La dynamique du MaaS en France”

    By Rebecca Sands, Content & Project Manager at Autonomy & the Urban Mobility Company Click here to watch a recording of “La dynamique du MaaS en France” (in French) While Mobility as a Service (MaaS) has established itself as a growing reality in many cities across Europe, what is its current status in France? Due to a […]

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    Mon Compte Mobilité: un nouveau contrat social pour changer nos pratiques

    Par Frédéric Nicolaïdis, Chef de projet – Mon Compte Mobilité, La Fabrique des Mobilités et Gabriel Plassat, Cofondateur de La Fabrique des Mobilités et Adémien Des alternatives de transports plus responsables commencent à se développer, notamment sous forme de services intégrés dans les MaaS (Mobility As A Service) publiques et privés, mais le report modal […]