Evolution to platforms for account-based ecosystems and MaaS in Europe
Are platforms for an Account-Based ecosystem and MaaS needed for successful mobility deployments? Global Mass Transit presents the reasons, case studies, best practices, as well as bringing together experts in the sector among which POLIS's Senior manager and Traffic Efficiency Coordinator, Suzanne Hoadley.
Global Mass Transit, in association with Cubic Transportation Systems, is organising a video webinar on "Evolution to Platforms for Account-Based Ecosystem and MaaS in Europe - Needs & Requirements, Case Studies & Best Practices" on September 15, 2021 from 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM CET (Central European Time).
The webinar will feature a 60-minute panel discussion. It will focus on what cities need to consider when deploying future mobility platforms. There have been many discussions which imply how solutions such as Account-Based Ticketing (ABT), Open Payment, Mobile Ticketing, and MaaS can be implemented as a standalone, but can you really solve your mobility problem by piecemealing solutions together?
There needs to be a clear roadmap planned for agencies and their regions, where the changing nature of procurement need to become strategic for them to build towards platform technology, where smart city governances and the public transport use cases need to work in harmony.
Agencies need to understand what the back office needs to be for it to enable MaaS, whether in terms of achieving mobility efficiencies, modal shifts, or simply the expected customer experience.
This webinar will focus on the reasons and case studies on why an evolution to platforms for Account-Based ecosystem and MaaS are needed for successful mobility deployments.
The panellists include:
- Boyd Cohen, Chief Executive Officer, Iomob
- Carme Fabregas, CTO & Innovation, Autoritat del Transport Metropolità (ATM) Barcelona
- Suzanne Hoadley, Senior Manager & Traffic Efficiency Coordinator, POLIS
- Bonnie Crawford, VP & General Manager, Platforms, Cubic Transportation Systems
The event is targeted at experts from leading transport authorities/agencies, transit operators, taxi fleet operators, ride-hailing and ride-sharing service providers, micro-mobility providers, ministries and government departments, solution providers, system integrators, fleet management software providers, technology platform suppliers, car-leasing and renting service providers, fare collection system suppliers, ticketing infrastructure providers, investors, consultants, ICT infrastructure providers, insurance companies, regulatory organisations, R&D institutes, and academic institutions. They will present their perspective, lessons from early projects and possible solutions.
Registration to the event is complimentary. Register here.
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