Mobility as a Service (MaaS) empowering intermodal mobility
Successful integration for a seamless passenger experience
Smart applications can make it easy and convenient for all stakeholders to find their individual way through the mobility jungle and access the available means of mobility. Intelligent journey planning, seamless integration of ticketing and booking as well as big data analytics combined in flexible and secure MaaS platforms make it possible and empower an efficient intermodal mobility – for the benefit of travelers and operators alike.
Driving success in MaaS: identifying success factors and creating value
Mobility as a Service (MaaS) has made it past the hype and the public transport community has learned from first installations – both, in terms of what should be avoided, and which critical success factors can be followed. Listen to our experts sharing experience and insights on MaaS apps implemented in Europe and beyond with focus on predominant factors that makes them valuable for both users and operators.
Step by step to your individual MaaS platformEstablishing a MaaS platform doesn’t need to be complicated. You can assemble your MaaS solution easily and tailor it individually. Thanks to modular software, cities and public transport operators can successively integrate means of transport and functions for trip planning, booking, ticketing and payment. Climb the MaaS ladder step by step and improve the passenger experience for your customers.
Relevance of a MaaS platform
Thomas Wolf, Chief Operating Officer at HaCon,
a Siemens Company, shares insights on the impact
of platforms in international MaaS projects at
HAFAS User Conference 2020.
Mobility as a Service – Empowering Intermodal Travel
New Mobility offerings such as sharing services, on-demand transport or carpooling are on the rise. Used smartly they can make mobility more efficient and eco-friendly. However, they bring about complexity for all stakeholders, including riders, transit operators and municipalities. Passengers travel through a maze of transportation modes and service providers when planning, booking and paying for their trip. This is where Mobility as a Service (MaaS) comes into play: Smart applications can make it easy and convenient for all stakeholders to find their individual way through the mobility jungle. Intelligent algorithms, seamless ticketing and big data analytics make it possible.
Country-wide Mobility as a Service implemented in Denmark
Establishing Mobility as a Service – this is what HaCon, a Siemens company, and Rejseplanen have been working on together. Based on HaCon's flexible and secure Mobility Marketplace, a wide variety of data and interfaces have been integrated into one comprehensive trip planner – from public and private transport to demand-responsive services (DRT), road traffic information, car and bike sharing providers, taxis, carpooling services and domestic flights with real-time data. Due to smart features, e.g. in-app ticket booking and push notifications triggered by station beacons, Denmark's digital trip planner is one of the most popular apps in the country with over 3.7 million downloads.
The Future We Want: MaaS empowers mobility app providers – be they public transport operators, municipalities or others – to drive eco-friendly transport strategies forward.HaCon CEO Michael Frankenberg – Along the C40 World Mayors Summit