Fluidtime and the City of Aarhus have started a collaboration to develop a test- and demonstration area for transportation services and mobility service providers.
The overall aim of the project is to support collective transport forms in order to reduce pollution, CO2 emissions and solve congestion problems. Within the public-private innovation project, Fluidtime is responsible for the operation of a MaaS platform which supports both public and private collective transport providers (the operators of public transport, ridesharing services, taxi companies, carsharing etc.) and citizens which use public or private transport.
Fluidtime will setup the MaaS platform based on its Software-as-a-Service FluidHub technology and in the first phase will integrate the car pooling operators GoMore and Zify France as well as the local public transport operator Midttrafik enabling an intermodal connection between both modes. The pilot testing phase is scheduled to start in the second half of 2018.