Last month, our shared mobility by region series took us to South and Latin America. This time we take a look ‘down under,’ at the
Introducing our newest international transportation series; ‘Global Mobility.’ We firmly believe in the power of community and when it comes to mobility innovation, it’s essential
Just a short month ago, the race for mobility service-led innovation in cities has created a sense of urgency around the world to launch, operate
In honour of St.Patrick’s Day this year, the team at movmi nominated me (their very own Irish expat! ☘️) to write an article, about my personal experience of transportation and shared mobility living in Ireland. Northern Ireland to be exact.
In this article I discuss my personal experience with transportation in Ireland, including both public and private options… or the lack of.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
In each episode of ‘Global Mobility’ we will be working alongside our intercontinental partners who will be speaking with local industry experts to give you an up-to-date look at what’s happening on the ground in each country. This month, we are back in Brazil with our partner Humberto Maciel, Founder of OPTAI. In episode three, the panel of experts discuss how to develop a truly intelligent mobility system within different cities. The impact micromobility and electric vehicles have on population health and if decarbonizing shared mobility and creating completely sustainable, zero emission mobility is truly possible.
The EmpowerWISM panel of judges have begun the very hard task of choosing the top 5 finalists and winner from this years amazing group of applicants! In case you our new to the EmpoweWISM Pitch, here is a recap:
Our Empower Women in Shared Mobility Pitch is a program dedicated to encouraging and empowering women-led companies within the shared mobility industry. The winning mobility venture (as voted for by our panel of expert judges) will receive a 12 month mentoring package from movmi, a start-up booth at Autonomy Paris and return flights to Paris provided by INVERS.
e received 19 applications in total and wanted to share with you an overview of the entrants. Keep reading to find out the focus areas of each company, where they are located in the world and the women majority of each company!
with native industry experts to give you an up-to-date look at what’s happening on the ground in each country. This month, we are back in Brazil with our partner Humberto Maciel, Founder of OPTAI. In episode two, the panel of experts take a look at how the pandemic affected travel behaviour and mode choice and the challenges public transportation authorities faced in Latin America.
021! This month Sandra is joined by a group of four experts with a vast array of skills and experience. Aurelien Cottet is the International Sales Director from instant system, Bertrand Attard is the COO of GoTo Global, Haya Verwoord Douidri, VP of Global Market Development, Policy and Strategy at Superpedestrian and Camile dos Santos Machado, Project Manager, New Mobility at TransLink. Our exciting mix of experts discuss how they put the ‘S’ in MaaS to provide the best customer experience for their users.
This month, movmi’s Venkatesh Gopal chats with João Félix, Founder and CEO at Mobiag – a shared mobility technology pioneer powering free-floating, round-trip and station-based car-sharing, car rental, and scooter-sharing businesses around the globe. Their tools – the latest hardware for numerous vehicle models, customizable mobile apps for iOS and Android, and open SAAS with dynamic third party integrations – are robust and flexible, empowering businesses to implement their innovative business and operational models.
Welcome to the June edition of the Multimodal Mondays micro-webinar series. This month Sandra is joined by Yuval Fogelson, Rebecca Karbaumer and Vlad Marica and as voted by you, the topic under discussion this month is the physical collocation of shared mobility options with public transit – also known as mobility hubs.
Imagine a situation where BigCo is a major employer in an office park facing a colossal problem. They need to expand their space to accommodate hundreds of new staff, but Mid City has strict land-use policies. BigCo has to demonstrate how it will mitigate traffic congestion, GHG emissions, and parking in order to get approval for expansion. Kitchen posters and email campaigns aren’t enough. City staff suggested offering a shuttle service for all the corporations in the office park, even if the hundreds of other commuters aren’t BigCo employees.
Understanding the key e-scooter developments and players that have helped advance this sector over the past five years, can give us valuable insights on where the industry is going and how we can successfully shape it to meet the needs of both cities and riders here in Canada.
In our #PartnerSpotlight series, we wish to share what we have learnt so far about our partners and how they see their solutions solving today’s transportation challenges. This month we explore eBike sharing. With the current boom in biking across cities globally and with micromobility gaining traction as a viable and sustainable transportation alternative for private and public applications we feel this is quite the need of the hour. BYKKO works in bringing the eBike shared micromobility model to life.
Reporting back on the impact of COVID-19 on travel behaviour, mobility and workplace preferences of Metro Vancouver residents. One of the most emotionally charged topics