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“Without data, you can’t create information. And without information, there is no new knowledge possible.” This quote from the European Data Portal sums up the Open Data challenge very well. Open Data means free access to many data sets, and is being used in many sectors. In particular in public administration, science, meteorology,… and more

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“One ticket, please.” In this period of Covid-19 pandemic, many cities are looking for solutions to respect the barrier gestures as much as possible. Notably in terms of purchasing tickets. Since the appearance of the magnetic card in the 2000s, twenty years later, new and more innovative solutions have appeared. Focus on the existing ticket

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The well-known startup specialising in electric scooters, Tier, has just announced in its latest press release the launch of a new pilot project with the public transport operator in the Helsinki region. Namely, HSL. Indeed, users can now purchase their public transport tickets directly from the Tier application. Zoom on this great first for a

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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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Since their strategic partnership concluded at the beginning of the year, Cubic Corporation’s commercial division, CTS (Cubic Transportation Systems) and Moovit have combined their expertise to develop their MaaS (Mobility as a Service) offer, via Traveler. An Cubic’s application based on Moovit’s MaaS APIs for public transport operators. A look back at this union between

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As a reminder, the first part of our article focused on the notions of UX and UI Design applied to MaaS applications. In this second part, our Lead Designer Igor has established a detailed comparison of UX and UI Design of different mobility applications, especially those integrated in our MaaS API. Namely, the RATP, public

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Public transport, trains, buses, VTC, bicycles, taxis, scooters, car-sharing, car-pooling, … Users are currently overwhelmed by a large number of mobility services. Forced to switch from one application to another, MaaS was born out of this observation. The objective: To bring together a multitude of mobility services within a single platform. But “unifying several services”

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On 30 January, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the International Union of Railways (UIC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). Represented by Alexandre De Juniac, CEO of IATA and François Davenne, Director General of IUC, this new partnership aims to meet the new requirements of passengers. Indeed, in the face of the “flygskam”

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As an expert in Mobility as a Service (MaaS), we couldn’t miss this latest development in the mobility sector. Indeed, the oil group BP Ventures has recently invested almost 10 million in the mobility application Whim. Zoom on this new collaboration. Whim, the first MaaS application Nicknamed “the Netflix of mobility”, the Finnish start-up MaaS

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