MOBiNET @ ITS European Congress Glasgow 2016 - Showcase

MOBiNET participated in the European ITS Congress in Glasgow 6 to 9 June 2016:

  • MOBiNET showcasing added value of platform, tools and components through use cases
    The MOBiNET booth included live demonstrations highlighting the value add of the MOBiNET platform through the use of specific services and the MOBiNET tool Privacy Framework. Video demos showed how these services are deployed through the MOBiNET platform.


    • Bobby, one of the winning apps of 2015 MOBiNET ITS Hackathon, showcased at Glasgow congress
      Bobby integrates the Open Data of cities across the Europe but when no services are found, Bobby asks the MOBiNET platform to get additional information on the user and sends this information to the mobile application. Bobby contributes also in adding its services to the MOBiNET platform. For the Glasgow congress, the Glasgow information for bikes and parkings had been added.
      More information on the Bobby demo.
    • GLOSA live demonstration used MOBiNET platform and tools
      An emulator of the app shown in the outdoor GLOSA live demonstrations was presented by Dynniq. It was built on the GLOSA service, the standardised MAP and SPAT messages and traffic light data from Glasgow City Council, which were published in the MOBiNET Service Directory. MOBiNET enables the same service and app to work in any other city that would publish its traffic light data in the MOBiNET Service Directory

  • MOBiNET discusses the next steps towards a mobility marketplace in Europe

    More than 50 ITS stakeholders attended the MOBiNET Special Interest Session 7 June 2016. With no mobility marketplace currently available, panellists discussed whether such a marketplace really is necessary or whether it is too difficult to create, too difficult to finance or too large a challenge to operate. General consensus was that a mobility marketplace is needed and most players are working towards such a marketplace. In order to make this marketplace a reality, the ITS industry may need to start small. For the Netherlands, automated driving may be a requisite for the mobility marketplace to become a success. Challenges of such a marketplace include operability, cooperation to break organisational and regional barriers and the need to start regionally.

    Click here for more information on the Special Interest Session.


  • Technical paper presentations
    Papers presented at the Glasgow congress include:
    MOBiNET: Architecture and experiences from a marketplace for mobility services - Ulf Noyer, DLR, Germany
    Final Paper Presentation

    MOBiNET e-marketplace for road passenger transport - Monica Giannini, IRU Projects, Belgium

    Final Paper Presentation

    EU-wide interoperable mobility payment services - Guido Di Pasquale, PluService Srl, Italia

    Final Paper Presentation

    Business models for a Pan-European e-mobility Marketplace - Michael Sena, Allianz Telematics, Sweden

  • Final Paper Presentation