More than 80 participants came to this year’s Fluidtime Symposium 2018 in Vienna. With 16 lectures by international mobility experts from cities such as Werfenweng, London, Helsinki, Dubai, Aarhus or Manchester, Fluidtime ensured that all participants were able to get a good picture of the current status of MaaS in regions with different populations and different progress. The audience supplemented the expert contributions with new views on future mobility, which led to valuable and fruitful debates, especially in the workshops.
This year we had representatives from Belgium, the United Arab Emirates, Romania, Hungary, Finland, Great Britain and many other countries in the audience. During the two days they were able to gain valuable content for their mobility agenda and gave us excellent feedback.
For those who were unable to attend this year: All presentations of the speakers and photos can be found on the event page.
The new Austrian pilot project “Digibus Austria” is currently researching and testing the reliable and safe operation of automated minibuses in local public transport. Test drives for research purposes are performed in Salzburg and Lower Austria. Fluidtime is responsible for integrating the new transport offer into a regional mobility system.
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.
From 16 to 18 May 2018 the WeAreDevelopers Congress will take place in Vienna. Fluidtime is represented as a partner with its own stand in the startup area.
Fluidtime is working on the future of mobility. Get to know our current projects and innovative MaaS solutions at UX Night and take the opportunity to get actively involved in their design. At various stations you will gain an insight into topics such as payment, usage behavior, app design or the technical integration of transport services.
26 April 2018
Start at 5.00 p.m.
Due to the limited number of places, please register at firstname.lastname@example.org
By January 1, Finnish mobility service providers are obliged to make all essential data on its services available via an open interface. Travel routes, stops, timetables prices as well as ticketing and payment – all relevant information is publicly available now. For the transport market this means above all: various opportunities.
Free special need transportation can be booked for private rides to increase utilisation rates. For the booking processes, Fluidtime builds a cloud-based mobility market place. The pilot is scheduled to launch at the beginning of 2018.