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  • Why Open Data is Critical to the Future of MaaS

    By Sandra Witzel, Head of Marketing at SkedGo The COVID-19 pandemic has seen a spotlight shone on the need for greater data sharing to inform government policy and track public transport use. Operators have used open-source data to let passengers know how busy their train carriage may be to help them make informed decisions about […]

  • Micromobility and Data Standards – The Implications within Europe

    By Giles Baily, Head of Policy & Partnerships, Vianova The Mobility Data Specification (MDS) protocol was created based on the need for cities, and operators, to have a basis for communicating and managing the potential growth of shared smaller vehicles in their cities. Initially much of the conversation was about the potential of autonomous vehicles, […]

  • How to Sustainably Scale an Urban Shared Mobility Ecosystem

    By Scott Shepard, Chief Business Officer, Iomob Technology Services Data. This has been the sticking point for some time in the mobility sector. How to monetize it. How to share it. How to protect it. How to store it. The list goes on and on… But taken from a broader perspective, data appears to be the […]

  • Mobility Startups Want to Take Advantage of MaaS Platforms, But Are They Mature Enough?

    By Mehdi Essaidi Principal at Capgemini Invent & co-founder, Mov’InBlue and Ross Douglas, Founder & CEO, Autonomy What are the key success factors and the challenges for integrating startups into MaaS platforms that integrate mobility services, whether public or private, to provide a seamless and end-to-end experience for users. Mobility startups are growing In September […]

  • Mobility Startups Are Willing to Embrace MaaS Platforms Opportunity!

    An infographic by Capgemini & Autonomy

  • In the Quest For Open Data, How Do Cities and Transport Operators Move Forward?

    By Annie Butkiewicz, Content and Communications Officer, Autonomy Today there are many actors in the movement to open city data, but if you asked city officials even 10 years ago about the subject, many would have questioned why public actors should open their data. Giles Bailey was faced with this dilemma when he worked for […]

  • Du trottoir à la feuille d’impôt, quels outils pour promouvoir les alternatives à la voiture individuelle ?

    By the Autonomy Team Autonomy organise en partenariat avec Uber une série de Urban Mobility Breakfasts, petit-déjeuners débats sur des thèmes liés à la mobilité urbaine. Pour notre première édition, nous avons choisi de nous concentrer sur les enjeux de gouvernance dans les nouvelles mobilités.  Nous sommes heureux de vous présenter un résumé des débats du […]

  • Ask the Experts – Alexandre Droulers, Uber

    Ask the Experts is Autonomy’s video series which seeks to understand the newest trends in urban mobility by going straight to the source: the innovators who are making them happen! In this edition we check in with Alexandre Droulers, General Manager New Mobility Projects, Western Europe at Uber who discusses Uber’s major multimodal transformation and […]

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    Maximizing Automotive Data Value in the Urban Mobility Ecosystem

    By Todd Brockdorf, Head of Solutions Architecture, Americas, Otonomo When you drive down the road, what do you see? Cars, street signs, traffic lights? As vehicles evolve from rolling steel to rolling smartphones, we at Otonomo see data that will fuel urban mobility solutions. With all of the data that is now becoming available—from connected cars to […]

  • De l’auto à la mobilité, du fordisme au…

    By Gabriel Plassat, Fondateur de la Fabrique des Mobilités KPMG annonce la disparition de la moitié des constructeurs automobile d’ici 10 ans. D’une part les contraintes urbaines mises en œuvre par les villes et d’autre part les offres de services de mobilités qui se développent engagent ce secteur dans une transformation inédite. Le passage de l’objet […]