AUTORITAT DEL TRANSPORT METROPOLITÀ
AUTORITAT DEL TRANSPORT METROPOLITA will provide a view on MaaS from a public perspective complementary to views from private stakeholders, and privileging societal, sustainability, and equity goals.
The Autoritat del Transport Metropolità (Metropolitan Transport Authority or ATM) is a voluntary inter-administrative consortium set up in 1997. The aim of ATM is to organise the cooperation between the public administrations owning the collective public transport services and infrastructures in the area of Barcelona which form a part of it, as well as collaboration with those administrations which, such as the state government, are committed from a financial point of view or which own their own services or services that have not been assigned to other bodies.
CARNET will be responsible for WP7 – Outreach & Dissemination activities, including the Advisory Board definition as an expert pool for the consortium. CARNET (coordinated by CIT UPC) will be also the main coordinator of the Molière-Hackathon that will provide significant insights for the design and development of the Mobility Data Marketplace (MDM).
CARNET, The Future Mobility Research Hub, initiated by SEAT, Volkswagen Group Research, and UPC, is an open hub for industrial and academic partners from the areas of automotive and mobility research & innovation.
The hub has a 5-year experience with the organization of hackathons, and for this reason CARNET (coordinated by CIT UPC) will be in charge of the Managing and Communication Work Packages.
FUNDACIO CENTRE D’INNOVACIO I TECNOLOGIA DE LA UPC will be responsible for WP7 – Outreach & Dissemination activities, including the Advisory Board definition as an expert pool for the consortium. CIT UPC will be also the main coordinator of the Molière-Hackathon that will provide significant insights for the design and development of the Mobility Data Marketplace (MDM).
The UPC Technology Center (CIT UPC) is a non-profit entity, attached to the UPC, but with its own legal personality. It is dedicated to applying university research capabilities to innovation in business. The mission of CIT UPC is to transfer UPC’s technology to the local ecosystem. CIT UPC comprises 20 UPC Research Centers, accounting for 569 researchers (42% of them PhD) and a total income of €12 million. Regarding the field of mobility, CIT UPC has a long background in the area.
CIT UPC and CARNET are one of the partners and main promoters of EIT Urban Mobility, the recently approved Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) in the field of urban mobility.
FACTUAL CONSULTING SL will be the coordinator of Molière project and be responsible for WP1 – Ethics Requirements, WP2 – Project Coordination & Management, WP3 – Platform Requirements & Design, and WP6 – Business & Regulatory Aspects.
FACTUAL is a disruptive innovation and consultancy firm specialized in all things mobility. FACTUAL builds on an extensive international network of highly skilled and experienced professionals, independent consultants, entrepreneurs, researchers who bring in their background and knowledge, adapting to our customers’ requirements with a more flexible, sharp, and focused approach than more traditional consultancies. Factual believes in high performance individuals delivering passion, expertise, vision and commitment to fulfilling customers’ goals, and always steer towards exceeding them: meeting a customer’s goal is not a finish line for Factual; our mindset is already planning for the next frontier, identifying a new revenue stream, working to leverage an unmet opportunity. FACTUAL staff members are mobility specialists accumulating an outstanding track record of participating in mobility related and EU-funded projects.
IOMOB TECHNOLOGIES OU will be responsible for WP4 – System Development, specifying the system design and the integration of GNSS & Blockchain in the new platform. Moreover, Iomob will strongly participate in the Business & Exploitation plan of the end product.
IOMOB is a decentralized, open-source mobility marketplace that is revolutionizing the rapidly emerging Mobility as a Service (MaaS) marketplace. IOMOB lets public transit systems and mobility service providers (MSPs) – ridesharing, bike-sharing, e-scooter, taxi companies, and more – announce their services via an open protocol, so they can be discovered, combined, booked, and paid for using a single app with an integrated experience for the end-user. IOMOB’s platform is globally plugged and played to any app or vehicle and integrates a wide range of mobility services, including micromobility, shared mobility, taxis, ride-hailing, and public transit. These services can be accessed seamlessly via APIs, SDKs, or a white-label app that enable the discovery, combination, booking, and payment of these mobility services from apps or any other kind of user interface.
Keita Mobility Factory is responsible for the coordination of WP 5 – Demonstrations. Besides this task, Keita is working closely together with two partners for the development of two different use cases. 1) With Dott, a use case with micro-incentives for micro-mobility to nudge desirable user behaviour, and 2) With Iomob, an assessment of cycling road infrastructure with novel hardware and software following the CycleRAP methodology.
Keita Mobility Factory is a nimble technology company that works closely with the best mobility innovators in the market to conceptualize and develop novel concepts that effectively address common challenges faced by cities and companies. Our unique, differential innovation pipeline starts by early piloting new applications and services, first as Proof-of-Concept, followed by a Minimum Viable Product, and mature them by leveraging EU-funded projects.
NEMI Mobility Solutions will in WP4 develop a software connector to format operational data (utilising Galileo-sourced geolocation data) from selected clients operating a flexible, bus-based, public transport service (also known as “Demand Responsive Transit”, DRT) and make this data available through Molière’s MDM. NEMI and Iomob will cooperate under WP5 to demonstrate how a real-time feed from a real-life mobility service operator can be both published and consumed in real-time.
NEMI is a mobility service provider established in Barcelona, Spain, providing a tool for managing flexible public transport services. The tool is totally flexible and adaptable to all types of operating models, designed incorporating public administration’s requirements and intended for local administrations, transport authorities and public transport operators. Currently supporting the operation of 9 services, through which they are reaching 16.500 people who had no previous access to public transport and halving the number of kilometres travelled. This translates, for a single service in just two months of operation, into a reduction of 2,040 kilometres and 442 tonnes of CO2 emissions. Vehicles operated by NEMI use a system that geolocates them using GALILEO.
OCTO TELEMATICS SPA will collaborate in WP4 – System Development providing the GNSS On-Board Unit in vehicle fleets from MEC CAR SHARING.
OCTO has always been at the forefront of innovation in the connected mobility sector. A pioneer in insurance telematics, today the company is the main advanced telematics and technology solutions provider also in the Fleet Management and Smart Mobility industries, leveraging Machine Learning and AI to transform IoT data into actionable intelligence.
Thanks to its know-how, the expertise developed in 20 years of global advanced analytical services and its M&A strategy, OCTO is spreading the value of advanced data analytics to serve worldwide end users of different mobile applications with a superior customer experience.
Through different business applications and use cases, OCTO is bringing telematics to the core of smart cities as an advocate of the global goals of sustainability thanks to OCTO Vision Zero: Zero Crashes, Zero Congestion, Zero Pollution.
OCTO has currently 5,7 million connected users, holds the largest global database of telematics data, with more than 552 billion Km of driving data collected and over 514,000 crashes and insurance events analyzed, and an operational management capacity of over 400.000 hires per month.
Frost & Sullivan recognizes OCTO Telematics with the 2022 Global Company of the Year Award.
OSBORNE CLARKE will provide legal assistance focused on general regulatory and legal aspects of the project (data protection, blockchain regulatory, intellectual property rights, …)
OC (OSBORNE CLATKE) is an international legal practice headquartered in London, England with offices in the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Spain, Sweden, France, the Netherlands, China, Hong Kong, India, Singapore and the United States. The firm has over 270 partners and 1,600 employees and is the 21st largest law firm in the UK and the 41st largest law firms in Germany by revenues. The partnership’s recent history has been characterized by two strands of development. Firstly, they have undertaken significant international expansion, particularly into the United States and Germany where they are now the 41st largest law firm. On 9 July 2012 the firm announced that two European firms, SLA Studio Legale Associato in Italy and Spanish firm Osborne Clarke Spain, had become part of Osborne Clarke. Secondly the firm has seen considerable expansion in the media and technology sectors, in which they are considered a tier 1 firm. Notable clients in this sector include Yahoo! and Facebook.
UNIVERSITAT POLITECNICA DE CATALUNYA is one of the leading technical universities in Europe and an excellent fit for Molière project providing cutting edge knowledge in the fields of engineering and technology.
UNIVERSITAT POLITECNICA DE CATALUNYA (UPC) is a public institution dedicated to higher education and research, specialized in the fields of engineering, architecture and science. The UPC is among the largest Spanish technical universities, with more than 2.600 researchers and 30.000 students, covering research in all the main engineering fields. Research at UPC is organized in 194 multidisciplinary groups plus 7 research institutes.