MOBiNET participated in the European ITS Congress in Glasgow 6 to 9 June 2016:
More than 50 ITS stakeholders attended the MOBiNET Special Interest Session 7 June 2016. With no mobility marketplace currently available, panellists discussed whether such a marketplace really is necessary or whether it is too difficult to create, too difficult to finance or too large a challenge to operate. General consensus was that a mobility marketplace is needed and most players are working towards such a marketplace. In order to make this marketplace a reality, the ITS industry may need to start small. For the Netherlands, automated driving may be a requisite for the mobility marketplace to become a success. Challenges of such a marketplace include operability, cooperation to break organisational and regional barriers and the need to start regionally.
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MOBiNET e-marketplace for road passenger transport - Monica Giannini, IRU Projects, Belgium
EU-wide interoperable mobility payment services - Guido Di Pasquale, PluService Srl, Italia
Business models for a Pan-European e-mobility Marketplace - Michael Sena, Allianz Telematics, Sweden