Collaborative Data Use: Neutral Data Spaces, Scaling Ecosystems and Business Cases Are a Must for the Mobility Industry
Book accommodation and flights on the Internet or let your mobile phone guide you to your holiday destination: Almost two out of three Germans (61.9 per cent) currently use online services that make it easier for them to prepare for their holidays and while on location.
Giovanni Coppa heads the Mobility Competence Group at eco together with Martin Kumstel from Uber. We talked to him about his personal mobility patterns, the mobility of the future and his goals as the new Mobility Competence Group Leader.
The year 2023 will be the year of artificial intelligence (AI). The hype around ChatGPT, the AI that can write essays, articles or texts within seconds using just a few lines of input, continues unabated. Voice assistants also use the potential of AI and are constantly developing to provide users with even better results....
Data Sharing as a Stumbling Block for Smart Mobility: eco Survey shows: Majority of Germans Still Have Major Reservations About Releasing Their Mobility Data
The mobility of the future is digital, connected and available on demand. “For a sustainable mobility transition, a mobility ecosystem is needed that enables the sovereign and secure exchange of data among all actors involved. Only in this way can providers realise connected platforms that determine the most suitable means of transport and the most efficient route, taking into account real-time data,” says Oliver Süme, Chair of the eco Board.
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