TravelSpirit Second Annual Conference

Practical approaches to embedding Mobility as a Service 26 September 2017 Our engaging and thought provoking conference brought together people from across the sectors which are part of MaaS systems including operators, data providers, local and national authorities, consultants and academics. Explore the resources available including workshop summaries and presentations. Key Resources Welcome: Chair’s Welcome, […]

Workshop: The role of openness in commercial collaboration

Discussion from the TravelSpirit Conference, 26 September 2017 James Datson, Transport Systems Catapult Everyone in the transport system wants information – in increasing amounts of detail. From travellers’ expecting real time updates to their journey times to operators basing service provision on demand forecasting. This session looked at the types of information valued by three […]

Workshop: Openness and paying for transport

Discussion from the TravelSpirit Conference, 26 September 2017 Derek Halden, Loop Connections and TravelSpirit UK board member Presentation: Workshop: The technology revolution offers huge potential for connected, flexible and better travel opportunities but global companies battle for power to carve out the monopolies through which the greatest future profits could be delivered. Which company will […]

Workshop: Policy making for open Mobility as a Service

Discussion from the TravelSpirit Conference, 26 September 2017 James Gleave, Transport Futures and TravelSpirit UK Board Mobility as a Service poses a significant challenge to policy makers. Transport has traditionally been approached in a siloed mentality. Buses have their approach to ticketing, rail has another, aviation has yet another. That works for those industries, and […]

Whitepaper 3: Autonomy: The role of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in Public Transportation and Urban Mobility for Cities

A range of autonomous vehicles (AVs), enabled by Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (RAI), are necessary for the evolution of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) as a global resource. This white paper sets out our initial position and frames the debate around developments in autonomous mobility and how it can shape the new mobility frontier. It identifies […]

How we work

The TravelSpirit Foundation is a hosted by Public Software Community Interest Company (CIC). We function as a trade association to promote TravelSpirit’s core values, and a Research Technology Organisation (RTO) to build the Internet of Mobility. The strategic direction of TravelSpirit Foundation is steered by a global Executive Board comprised of individuals from the fields […]