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Blockchain platform developed for mobility-as-a-service
30 Apr 2020
Sony has announced the development of a blockchain-based common database as part of a challenge proposed by Netherlands Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management.
MaaS vendors urged to pursue neutral platform approach
14 Apr 2020
Revenue generated by MaaS platforms is forecast to pass $52 billion by 2027, but this growth won’t begin to materialise until 2021 due to coronavirus.
Emergency on-demand transit service launched to help essential workers
07 Apr 2020
Moovit’s Emergency Mobilisation service enables public and private companies to transform unused vehicle fleets into an on-demand service during the coronavirus outbreak.
Smart city start-up challenge launches in Ruhr Metropolis
04 Mar 2020
The German cities of Bochum, Bottrop, Gelsenkirchen and Hagen and their business partners are seeking innovative solutions for their individual problems and development projects.
Driving the MaaS conversation forward as the future of transport
19 Feb 2020
Mobility-as-a-service will only be successful if we can all come together to realise a joint vision of ensuring seamless travel for every commuter, says Andy Taylor, Director of Strategy, Cubic Transportation Systems.
Private car journeys forecast to decrease 10% in largest cities by 2030
18 Feb 2020
According to new research from Kantar, Manchester is set to see the biggest shift in the way people travel, followed by Moscow and São Paulo.
Government shared mobility initiatives driving MaaS market
02 Jan 2020
P&S Intelligence highlights the growing emphasis on the public mobility model over vehicle ownership to minimise traffic congestion and pollution.
New Zealand’s Timaru prepares to throw out bus timetables in favour of on-demand services
03 Dec 2019
Timaru’s on-demand public transport service will begin with a two-month pilot, followed by a year-long city-wide trial.
Mobility innovation outpacing policy, report finds
14 Nov 2019
The paper recommends that cities should develop a code of conduct to which all mobility infrastructure and services operators adhere if they want to do business in the city.
MaaS Alliance expands footprint into Asia
12 Nov 2019
The public-private partnership will work with Japanese railway company JR East to share best practices and business models to further develop MaaS worldwide.
How the holistic approach is central to the Covid-19 recovery
SmartCitiesWorld talks to Lauren Sorkin, acting executive director of the Global Resilient Cities Network, on how cities can rebuild post Covid-19.
01 Jun 2020
Could FWA be the answer to keeping people connected during the global pandemic?
26 May 2020
Audio should play a central role in smart city planning
22 May 2020
Preparing tomorrow’s city and utility workforce, today
06 May 2020
OnDemand WEBINAR: Unify City Operations to Ensure Safe, Reliable, and Resilient Services
06 May 2020
WEBINAR: Women in Mobility and the Future of Transport
05 May 2020
OnDemand WEBINAR: Women in Mobility and the Future of Transport
21 Jul 2020
IoT in Telecoms Online Conference 2020
15 Sep 2020
2020 Wellbeing Cities Forum
04 Nov 2020
IoT Tech Expo North America 2020 - Santa Clara Convention Center, CA
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