Mobility Ecosystems

The mobility paradigm has been steadily moving towards an increasingly connected ecosystem, defined by complex networks of collaboration and data exchange.

What is a mobility ecosystem?

A mobility ecosystem is a system that includes different transportation modes and their users as well as the way they affect each other. With the introduction of new ways of mobility (e.g., ride-hailing, and car-sharing) and the advances in technology, this ecosystem is becoming more integrated — from connected cars and ride-sharing to self-driving vehicles.

An example of the changes in the mobility ecosystem is the introduction of MaaS (Mobility as a Service). MaaS integrates various forms of transportation services into one and puts the needs of users first. The MaaS ecosystem connects many different partners and makes them all available to the user through one unique interface. Various topics like V2X (Vehicle to everything), V2C (Vehicle to Cloud), Mobility Cloud to Mobility Providers, etc. will be included in this module where the collection of data that can be used for analysis on massive amounts like in floating car data, traffic patterns, insurance, and risk.