In Europe, the race to become The Mobility as a Service (MaaS) Platform is heating up. We are seeing big tech companies, public transport companies, OEMs and startups furiously building MaaS offers in the hope of aggregating all the public and private transport services on their platform. However, in a field full of competitors, companies operating in Europe need to collaborate with each other and with cities in order to build enough scale and realise the critical mass needed to make MaaS work.
How can we ensure that MaaS apps and platforms are developed and implemented with the needs of the city and its citizens at heart?
This Virtual Workshop held in partnership with POLIS will explore a number of themes related to the importance of public and private collaboration and the role of cities and regions in the deployment of MaaS. Panellists will discuss different governance models to ensure public sector oversight in terms of which transport modes are being prioritized in a MaaS environment.
Opening remarks with POLIS & UMCo
Meet the Panel
Panel Discussion w/ audience participation
Live Q&A Session
Closing remarks with POLIS & UMCo
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After a career as consultant and manager, Sanneke specialized in analyzing data and processes mainly in Public Transport. In 2007 she started her consultancy firm, Lynxx (+35 employees) with offices in The Netherlands and Australia. Ever since she...
Juan Corro is currently the Chief Innovation Officer at EMT Madrid. Prior to joining EMT Madrid, he worked in both the private and public sectors, most recently as VP for Strategy and Business Development for SAYME, an IoT and Smart Cities...
Advisor for Innovation and Foresight, International Transport Forum - OECD
Philippe Crist is Advisor for Innovation and Foresight at the International Transport Forum (ITF) at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). He coordinates the research of the ITF’s Corporate Partnership Board and...
Tim McGuckin is the Executive Director of MaaS America, an organization he founded to advance a MaaS framework that reflects America's history, culture and geography. During 2+ decades in the transport community, Tim’s roles at private companies...
Martin Lefrancq is the smart mobility coordinator at Brussels Mobility and is involved in all things ITS, shared-, new-, micro-, e-mobility and Mobility as a Service. With more than 10 years experience in the public sector (for the...