Christopher Murray of Kapsch
In today’s cities, urban mobility systems run independently and rarely exchange information.
Travellers face a fragmented mobility services landscape and sometimes don’t even have access to mobility data at all. To plan a trip, they must use different apps for different services like traffic information, trip planning, routing, parking, or payment.
Today at the ITS World Congress, Kapsch will introduce a new solution that allows truly orchestrated urban mobility management across all transport platforms and between different stakeholders, including citizens and travellers.
The new solution connects Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) to the entire ITS landscape, optimising mobility in a holistic manner and producing benefits for travellers, mobility operators, and agencies alike. Kapsch
says the result is city mobility planning that is more adapted and sustainable to users, increased MaaS service quality, as well as improved traffic management centre operations. Indeed, integrated mobility management will be a key enabler of sustainable urban transport in the future, helping to protect the environment while making cities more liveable.
Kapsch will be holding live demonstrations on its booth of how the company merges real-time traffic, parking, and connected vehicle data into mobility applications at your fingertips.
Booth 1501 www.kapsch.net