Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

SFScon16 - Jeremy Dalton: “The Way We Move: How open onnovation is changing mobility and transport”

It's no secret that technology is dramatically altering transportation in the modern world. But while big companies like Google, Tesla, and Uber get the headlines, there is a quiet revolution happening beneath the surface. Open source software and open data standards are expanding our access to information and creating new multi-modal mobility networks in the process.

  • Login to see the comments

SFScon16 - Jeremy Dalton: “The Way We Move: How open onnovation is changing mobility and transport”

  1. 1. The Way We Move how open innovation is changing mobility and transport Jeremy Dalton, CTO for TravelSpirit jeremy.dalton@travelspirit.io SFScon16 11 November 2016
  2. 2. Enabled by Data Systems
  3. 3. Mobility as a Service (MaaS) A shift away from personal ownership of the means of transport towards a system of shared and integrated mobility services accessed through the open Internet.
  4. 4. Regional Contactless Payment
  5. 5. Helsinki
  6. 6. Brixton to Bolzano
  7. 7. Brixton to Bolzano
  8. 8. Brixton to Bolzano
  9. 9. Brixton to Bolzano
  10. 10. Brixton to Bolzano
  11. 11. Brixton to Bolzano
  12. 12. Brixton to Bolzano
  13. 13. Brixton to Bolzano
  14. 14. Brixton to Bolzano MaaS x
  15. 15. Open Innovation “Useful knowledge today is widely distributed, and no company, no matter how capable or how big, could innovate effectively on its own.” Henry Chesbrough
  16. 16. General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS)
  17. 17. GTFS-Flex • Defining Areas • Route Deviation • Point Deviation • Request Stops • Flexible Route Segments
  18. 18. GENIVI Alliance
  19. 19. Mission of TravelSpirit • To form an open source licensed community that can create and enable new, commercially-viable Mobility- as-a-Service (‘MaaS’) solutions. • To form a community of collaborating businesses, who share a common interest in growing the overall MaaS market. • To empower local communities and cities to create Mobility solutions that work for their citizens and local economies.
  20. 20. Open Source Commons
  21. 21. Marketing Support • Marketing packages • Technical and non-tech summaries • Online demos • New markets • Development partners
  22. 22. Flagship Product Development
  23. 23. Fiduciary Structure • Fiduciary and administrative support • Manage assets and IP • Governance
  24. 24. Investment Fund
  25. 25. Bridge Communities

×