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The greatest challenge for mobility companies in the U.S. is their ability to establish profitable partnerships with cities and municipal planning organisations.
To tackle this, we’d like to invite you to an exclusive live webinar “Accelerating the Future of Mobility! How to work with Cities & Establish Profitable Mobility Projects” (Weds, July 24, 10:00 PST) feat. SACOG and The City of Sacramento.
The webinar will discuss investment strategy, start-up discovery, incubation and test beds as they integrate mobility platforms with existing infrastructure to provide on-demand and dynamic transportation solutions.
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The Uber and Lyft IPOs have placed the spotlight firmly on mobility business models. Despite the billions raised, the big questions still remain; where is the long-term money in mobility? Can it ever be profitable?
In this webinar, “Monetizing Mobility: Show Me the Money!” experts including Karma Automotive and The City of Columbus will address the business models underpinning mobility, to establish how TNCs, cities, public transit and automakers can work together to develop a sustainable model for intermodal mobility.
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Mobility as a service will empower consumers with access to sustainable, convenient, personalised transport. This is only achievable if emerging on-demand mobility services integrate with public transport. However, the big question remains, can the aims of private and public stakeholders be aligned in order to do this?
In an in-depth discussion they will get inside the business model and platform/ data management challenges underpinning MaaS to find a win-win between the commercial imperatives of mobility service providers and the sustainability aims of the public sector.
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Data is set to revolutionize the future of cities and urban businesses; from mobility & transportation to energy and the built environment. However, in order to realize the benefits of the urban data economy, public and private organisations need to work together to build platforms and value propositions based on collaboration and openness.Featuring insights from these leaders:
With ambitious zero emissions goals to hit, European cities are looking to drive people out of private cars. For this to happen, there needs to be an alternative that is simply better than car ownership.
The central question remains, ‘How can cities and mobility service platforms work together to create mass adopted and sustainable mobility as a service?’
In our exclusive IMPACT>MOBILITY article we:
Transportation and mobility are generating incredible amounts of data. From cars to public transport to commuting patterns to roads and weather, this really is BIG data. However, the current fragmentation of the urban mobility ecosystem is impeding innovation and monetization of data. How can we Build the Urban Data Marketplace to Deliver Sustainable Mobility as a Service?
Integrating Mobility into the Data Economy
From smart buildings powered by A.I and electric vehicles to smart grid and distributed energy resources (DER) it will give you actionable strategies for improving the quality of life for citizens and employees whilst delivering real operational results.
Cities are striving to create a seamless intermodal transport experience for their citizens whilst mobility service providers are working to develop a sustainable business model for Mobility as a Service (MaaS). Yet, despite the hype, an ecosystem built on data needs to evolve before true MaaS can be achieved.
In an exclusive webinar, see how Electric Cab North America and The City of St Louissuccessfully leveraged a public private partnership to rapidly deploy a zero emission, shared Micro-transit service at low activation costs.
Investment in the smart cities is anticipated to hit $135 billion by 2021 (IDC). However, despite the meteoric forecasts, the investments and partnerships that will deliver growth remain in their nascent stages.
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