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Case studies : 8 Posts

Sectors are disrupted, new markets appear, while others converge or disappear. Mobility is undergoing one of its most important social, technological and economic changes. This transformation is fueled by three major disruptive technological trends. Electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles and mobility as a service (MaaS). Separately, each of these advances would significantly disrupt the ecosystem, but

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Anthony
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The sanitary crisis has significantly altered the way of looking at work. A few years ago, it was almost impossible to imagine a company working entirely remotely. With the deconfinement, many employees may be reluctant to return to work for several reasons: fear of contracting the virus on public transport, loss of time, reduced comfort.

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Léa
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In the last few years, many autonomous vehicle projects have been flourishing in cities. Many have already been put into experimentation. Although conclusive, many brakes are slowing down the widespread use of these driverless vehicles. However, autonomous vehicles could respond to many urban and, why not, societal problems. Zoom in on this transportation that may

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Léa
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The coronavirus crisis has completely changed the way we perceive life in community. More and more people are moving away from public transportation because of the passenger influx, the fear of being contaminated is great. Nevertheless, with real-time information on the number of passengers on public transport, the use of public transport may become widespread

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Léa
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Favourite mode of transportation and even more so in this time of pandemic, more and more cities are competing to remove vehicles from their landscapes. City tolls at the entrance to London, the elimination of 65,000 parking spaces in Brussels, the introduction of low-emission zones in more than 20 major French communities, etc. Some have

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Linda
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Travel agencies, OTA, TMC, tour operators, airports, airlines,… In the age of digital and intermodality, the new challenge for these different players is to offer their travellers a seamless experience. Whether before, during or after their stay, travellers are always looking for transportation: to go to the airport or train station, to get to their

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Léa
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Back to work, back to school, masks in transportation,… The beginning of September marks a new stage in the daily life of a large part of the world. Although many transport operators are gradually getting back on the road, this is not the time to relax our vigilance. Indeed, many companies are trying to find

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Léa
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Where public transport, self-service scooters, on-demand transport or car-sharing have gradually deployed applications for their own services, the Mobility as a Service (MaaS) concept aggregates them all on a single platform. The objective is to make it possible to find the best itinerary, pay for your trip, validate your ticket, or unlock a scooter. MaaS

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Linda
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