Insights in the future of mobility

Why MaaS would benefit from a public-private partnership

Posted by Mathys Heytens on 24/01/19 15:20
Although MaaS is still a young kid on the block, it is the key to changing mobility in a more sustainable way. This calls for a fruitful cooperation between public and private players.
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Topics: MaaS, City & Government

Meet us at Move London, the most important urban mobility event

Posted by Mathys Heytens on 24/01/19 12:17

As #MOVE2019 is coming to London, Optimile will be present to show you its connected mobility solutions. The place to be? London ExCeL International Exhibition Centre, stand 15! When? On 12 & 13 February 2019.

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Topics: MaaS

Wake up call for banks: there's a new budget to be spent

Posted by Mathys Heytens on 08/11/18 10:34
Due to a rapidly changing mobility & technology environment, a new piggy bank pops up. No time to waste!
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Topics: banking, MaaS

3 reasons why cities & governments should embrace MaaS

Posted by Mathys Heytens on 30/10/18 14:37
People want to make cities more livable, and many believe this means: making them less vehicle-centric.
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Topics: City & Government

How the future of MaaS is more than just driverless cars

Posted by Mathys Heytens on 29/10/18 12:02
So people say driverless cars are the future of mobility? Think again. As the MaaS-market is steadily taking off, you'd better be sure to be aboard.
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Topics: MaaS

What's next? The road towards filling stations 3.0

Posted by Kara Roggeman on 17/10/18 09:28
Filling stations are gradually becoming service centers. MaaS offers an opportunity by instigating the virtual expansion of these physical service hubs.
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Topics: Oil & Energy