We are about to announce some exciting Autumn events, so watch this space, and register on travelspirit.io community website to be kept up to date on our activity.
17th – 19th March 2017: Manchester. TravelSpirit Hackout
This event brought together passionate developers, digital artists, IoT experts and business savvy professionals, interested in the future space of ‘Mobility as a Service’, and want to be part of delivering this at scale, through open collaboration. Working with the UITP to bring about a global programme of city specific open source challenges. The hackout sends its winner to compete at a global hack in May 2017 UITP conference in Montréal, Canada
Friday 17th March: Manchester. MaaS Reloaded
A business network event to punch through rhetoric and preconceptions about what MaaS is and what it can be. We invite you to join the conversations, ask tough questions, be ambitious and think globally about how we can truly transform mobility, not in one city, but for every person in every corner of the world.
6th September: Hebden Bridge, Open Smart Cities @ Wuthering Bytes
We partnered with: ODI Leeds, Leeds Data Thing, Things Network (Leeds and Manchester), OpenData Manchester and Calderdale DataWorks for a full day of exploration, show & tell, and collaborative work on creating the #opensmartcity.
Friday 16th September: London. Community Design Workshop Stage 2.
Wednesday 21st September, Birmingham. MaaS conference.
MaaS networking event, put on by our colleagues, the Transport Systems Catapult – a conference with TravelSpirit ‘headlining and championing’, with an emphasis on getting more Local Authorities educated and on board!
Thursday 22nd September: London. Smart Summit.
A 2 day conference and exhibition covering the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem and its impact on the digital society. Smart Summit are collaborating with TravelSpirit to discuss how MaaS can help transform urban service delivery, on the 22nd September, a day after our MaaS conference in Birmingham.
Saturday 24th September, Manchester. Big Data Hack.
Manchester Metropolitan University followed up our debate about the role of ‘big data’ with our first endorsed hack, with support from the UK Data Service and Digital Innovation and The Shed.
Tuesday 27th September, Paris. Open Source Asset Build.
A Technical solutions event, organised by our partners, FabMob.