brAInfood: Mobility as a Service: a new mobility model with data as its raw material

What is this brAInfood about?

The increasing use of personal means of transport during the last decades, combined with the growing demand for less motorised traffic in city centres, means that the mobility issue currently has no ready-made solution. How can we ensure that the use of alternative transport options, often set up by different providers each with their own (software) platforms, can match the convenience and autonomy of a car? To answer this question, more and more companies and governments are focusing on developing comprehensive 'Mobility as a Service (MaaS)' solutions.

Why should I read this?

MaaS solutions are being looked at by private and public mobility organisations. But why? What are the advantages and disadvantages of MaaS, for the mobility organisations, but also for the users of mobility services? Find out more in this brAInfood!

What can I find out when reading this?

This brAInfood gives you insight into:

  • the Mobility as a Service concept;
  • the advantages and disadvantages of Mobility as a Service, for mobility organisations and users (travellers);
  • the obstacles to implement MaaS in Belgium.

With brAInfood, the Knowledge Centre Data & Society wants to provide easily accessible information about artificial intelligence. brAInfood is available under a CC BY 4.0 license, which means that you can reuse and remix this material, provided that you credit us as the source.