MaaS-DK: Accelerator for Delemobilitet i Danmark
Accelerator for Dansk Delemobilitet
En projektorganisering med tre søjler som tilsammen kan accelerere udviklingen af MaaS i by og på land:
- Kampagner: Konvertering af bilister til mobilister
- Infrastruktur for MaaS: Hvad skal der til for at skabe en åben markedsplads for delemobilitetsservices i Danmark. Hvem kan med fordel bidrage med hvad?
- Innovation: Forskning og udvikling af MaaS teknologier og services samt eksportfremstød
At skabe et nationalt åbent øko-system med et samlet marked for mobilitetsservices.
Det skal være nemt og enkelt at benytte offentlig transport og private delemobilitetsløsninger som et reelt og attraktivt alternativ til den privatejede bil
Økosystem for Delemobilitet
Synliggør din virksomhed som en del af MaaS økosystem for delemobilitet. Skriv til email@example.com med MaaS-DK i emne felt. Oplys virksomhedsnavn, web, kontaktperson navn, telefonnummer email samt rolle i økosystemet. (vil blive publiceret på MaaS-DK til fri benyttelse). Næste skridt er at visualisere Økosystemet for delemobilitet med logoer fra alle aktører.
ITS World Congress 2018
Synliggør dansk delemobilitet økosystem live på en fælles dansk stand på ITS 2018. Vær med til at sælge dansk innovation, viden, forskning, delemobilitetskoncepter og MaaS-Tech.
What is included in level 2 of the EU regulation for Multimodal Travel Information Services? This I prepared a technical paper about. The original plan was to present it at the ITS Lisbon conference here in May, however for obvious reasons this is not going to happen....read more
Corona virus pandemic impact on your shared mobility ecosystem. Inform through MMTIS open mobility data referenced via National Access Points
When you use the EU regulated open mobility data standards and formats MMTIS (EU) 2017/1926 it is easy to share the pandemic restrictions of your shared mobility services - even as changes in restriction level have shown to be rather frequent as the world is...read more
In need of access to a car? There are many other ways than having to buy one especially if you live in an urban environment. The traditional way is to buy or lease a car. It is promoted to give you freedom of mobility. However you can argue that car ownership actually...read more
In 12 months only all demand responsive transport (DRT) modalities in the EU shall publish open mobility data through the National Access Points (NAP)
The first milestone has been reached in the EU quest to make it easier for people to plan their travels using shared mobility options rather than the private owned car, by using multimodal travel information services. December 1, 2019 all EU countries shall have...read more
Count down continues. Less than 5 Months to opening of Multimodal Travel Information Data listed through NAP’s in EU
The first major milestone (Level 1) is fast approaching for the EU regulation to facilitate Multimodal Travel Information Services (MMTIS) by opening mobility data listed through National Access Points. Fig: Masterplan for the miletones of the MMTIS regulation:...read more
National Access Points – getting closer to MaaS EU-wide A paper I presented at the ITS Eindhoven conference June 2019 The paper highlights the regulation on the provision of EU-wide multimodal travel information and discuss the impact for the actors in the mobility...read more
Less than 7 Months to National Access Points open in EU – NeTEx and SIRI new standards for mobility data
Until now GTFS has been the de facto standard for exchange of open mobility data. Very soon this may change as NeTEx will be the new standard interface that all donors of shared mobility data will have to make available and published through National Access Points for...read more
MaaS Market London approaching. Preparing to talk about “The role of micromobility in a MaaS landscape”
Returning again to MaaS-Market in London to contribute and get an update on what has changed the last year and what to expect. Critical mass for MaaS is still in the future. If MaaS is a way to get a substantial change of daily mobility from use of own cars to used of...read more
What Open static data should be available Dec 1. 2019? Trip plans and trip plan computation for all scheduled modalities such as rail, light rail, long distance coach, ferry, metro tram, bus and Trolley-bus. Standards applicable are NeTEx, TAP-TSI, SIRI and INSPIRE)....read more
Looking forward to contributing on the Fluidtime Symposium 2018 – MaaS meets City – When seamless travel becomes reality
Fluidtime, an Austrian IT-service provider in the fields of integrated mobility and mobility-as-a-service (MaaS), once again invites to a symposium in Vienna under the headline: MaaS meets City - When seamless travel becomes reality. The Symposium takes place June...read more