MaaSive continues and complements the work accomplished within previous projects, ATTRACkTIVE and Co-Active, in the areas of travel shopping, trip tracking, booking and ticketing, and the development of a travel companion. The project not only will enhance and provide extra functionalities to the existing IP4 ecosystem, but also makes emphasis in the compatibility of this ecosystem with the Mobility as a Service approach.
The project will address the following objectives:
WP01 - Travel Shopping CRELThe Travel Shopping work packages (WP1 and WP2), linked to TD4.2, will address the following objectives:
Enrich Journey Planning functionalities by introducing Multi-User Capabilities
Enlarge the Travel Shopping by taking into account additional modes for the first and last miles, esp. Demand Responsive Transport
Refine the Travel Shopping with more information, alternatives and ancillary services.
Manage the failure cases at all stages
Develop Technology Demonstrators for all modes, esp. Rail and Urban domain with the addition of the Demand Responsive Transport.WP02 - Travel Shopping FRELThis WP is also linked to TD4.2, and therefore its global objectives are already included in WP1.WP03 - Booking & Ticketing CRELBooking & Ticketing (B&T) work packages (WP3 and WP4), linked to TD4.3, will address the following objectives:
Complete and complement works performed within CO-ACTIVE, enhancing orchestration capabilities and B&T functionalities
Assure alignment and compatibility among IP4 B&T components and MaaS approach, especially in aspects such as tariffs calculation and clearing schemas, and integrating new technologies and paradigms such as blockchain.
Propose validation and inspection technologies in order to foster interoperability at media level and work towards the reduction of interaction between the traveller and the infrastructure.
Provide travellers with better Customer Relationship Management services, especially regarding passengers rights in a multimodal environmentWP04 - Booking & Ticketing FREL1This WP is also linked to TD4.3, and therefore its global objectives are already included in WP3 WP05 - Trip Tracking CRELTracking the travellers Trip after he has started his journey is an essential part of whole Mobility as a Service (MaaS) system. In IT2Rail the basics of such TripTracking has been laid. The itinerary has been forwarded and is tracked by a single solution system. In ATTRACkTIVE this system was divided into a two-layer system that contains a Tracking Orchestrator and a set of known autonomous so called partial
Trip Trackers each responsible for a specific segment of a journey or special trackers for special purposes. The Trip Tracker work packages (WP5 and WP6), linked to TD4.4, will go a step forward and aims to develop a flexible architecture not only for partial Trip Trackers (pTT) but as well for Event Sources (ES). In addition the Data and Events will be enhanced. WP06 - Trip Tracking FRELThis WP is also linked to TD4.4, and therefore its global objectives are already included in WP5. WP07 - Travel Companion CRELThe Travel Companion work packages (WP7 and WP8), linked to TD4.5, aim to specify, design and implement an innovative Travel Companion focused on Mobility as a Service enabling:
The management of entitlements tailored for multi-modality, including anti-fraud measures,
To inform stakeholders such as family members of the travel journey status,
The management of multi-user travelling together,
A traveller to experience a door-to-door journey through mixed reality.
The MaaSive Travel Companion is composed of the following elements:
A personal application, based on a framework which enables the integration of all User Interfaces of the MaaSive services into a unified personal application,
A Web Front End enabling to access MaaSive services from Web Browsers,
A Mixed Reality Composer and Engine, enabling a Travel Expert to create door-to-door experimentations of the future generation of travel experiences using Mixed Reality.
The cloud Wallet, a virtual space that stores all relevant information related to the users and their trips (preferences, journey details, entitlements purchased etc), making it available for both te users and also different IP4 services (shopping, Booking etc).WP08 - Travel Companion FRELThis WP is also linked to TD4.5, and therefore its global objectives are already included in WP7.WP09 - ENHANCED BUSINESS RULES AND CONTRACTUAL MANAGEMENT – CRELThe Enhanced Business Rules and Contractual Management work package will enhance the Co-Active WP3 “Business and Contractual Management” outcomes in order to take into account the Intermodality constraints as well as the MaaS and the DRT approaches. This work package has been identified as separated from the others work package due to its transversal approach and the impact multiple TDs. It will work in three lines, related among them:
Business Rules: Those need to reflect the complete nature of the transport arena, including all forms of public and private transport modes; the complex nature of redistribution of funds between intermodal journeys, particularly in times of disruption and re-accommodation; the need of operators to have control of their commercial strategy.
An expanded Contractual Management Marketplace (CMMP) that reflects the contractual needs of all operators in an intermodal journal; can handle future (and potential theoretical) requirements of operators; can handle complex situations, such as inter- and intra-MaaS relationships.
A Best price engine that helps to calculate the best price for travellers, especially performing multiple travels, taking into account defined mobility packages as the one proposed by MaaS.WP10 - ENHANCED BUSINESS RULES AND CONTRACTUAL MANAGEMENT – FRELThis WP is totally linked to WP9, and therefore its global objectives are already included on the previous description of WP9. WP11 - TECHNICAL COORDINATION AND SYSTEM COHERENCE CRELAs part of the Shift2Rail initiative, the MaaSive project partners have a strong commitment to organise and develop their search activities in line with all other Shift2Rail projects and within an efficient engineering framework. The methodologies, the tools, the quality of the work product and the coordination are considered as key factors to deliver high quality work product in a timely manner. The Technical Coordination and System Coherence work packages (WP1 and WP12) will address the following objectives:
Define and apply the proven best practices in system engineering;
Enhance the Shift2Rail IP4 glossary and ontology;
Guarantee the technical consistency across the project;
Manage the technical coordination and mitigate strategy to bypass or resolve the technical issues;
Foster of the convergences of technologies to facilitate the adoption across the Railway industry;
Define the testing strategy and create testing material and means;
Pre-integrate the software components inside the project and provide an active support to the ITD4.7.WP12 - TECHNICAL COORDINATION AND SYSTEM COHERENCE FRELGlobal objectives of this WP are already included in WP11 WP13 - DISSEMINATION AND COMMUNICATION1WP14 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT
D10.2 - Contractual Management FREL Implementation Report
D4.1 TD4.3 FREL Specifications
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On the 23rd October 2020, an array of webinars was held for the Shift2Rail Innovation Days as an opportunity to showcase all the results achieved and the efforts made by our members and partners working in the Shift2Rail Research and Innovation programme.
A project introduction including the objectives for MaaSive was given. The structure of MaaSive was outlined, covering all the Work Packages and phases of the project. The benefits of MaaSive was pinpointed for travellers, operators, and travel service providers and retailers. Regarding the Technology Demonstrators (TD4.2 Travel Shopping, TD4.3 Booking and Ticketing, TD4.4 Trip Tracking, TD4.5 Travel Companion), each of their challenges and solutions were thoroughly covered. To conclude the MaaSive presentation, the collaboration with ‘My-TRAC’ was underscored, as well as the main objectives and key results.
This was a very informative and important event in the European railway 2020 calendar, and for having the opportunity to exchange together on future R&I activities.
For those who missed Innovation Days, you can watch all webinars under this link.
On the 2nd October 2020, a mix of technology service providers, Mobility service providers and technical experts defined by IP4 attended the IP4 Advisory Board Summit Meeting, organised by Network Rail (UK). An introduction to IP4 and the summary reports for all IP4 projects (MaaSive, CONNECTIVE and COHESIVE) was given, and the objectives for each project was outlined. The main achievements of MaaSive regarding the Technology Demonstrators (TD4.2 Travel Shopping, TD4.3 Booking and Ticketing, TD4.4 Trip Tracking, TD4.5 Travel Companion) was highlighted, as well as the next proceeding steps and milestones.
The Advisory Board group advised and provided recommendations for research on the topic of Mobility as a service and multimodal integrated travel service. Future meetings were discussed, and an online reporting tool was proposed as a means of capturing feedback from the Advisory Board panel.
As the travel restrictions related to COVID-19 pandemic continue, IP4 projects (Connective, Cohesive and MaaSive) conducted their third Technical Management Team (TMT) and second Steering Committee meeting of 2020 virtually (15-17th September). Over the successful three days, projects partners discussed progress against objectives, as well as next steps.
The specific attention was placed on preparations for upcoming Shift2Rail Innovation Days that will take place on the 22nd and 23rd of October. Shift2Rail Innovation Days are an opportunity for the European railway community to see how far IP4 innovations have come and what you can expect to see at InnoTrans 2021!
You can find detailed programme and registration page under this link.
From the 13th to 15th of January 2020,representatives of partners involved in Innovation Programme 4 (IP4) projects (MaaSive,CONNECTIVE and COHESIVE) have met in Madrid (Spain) to discuss plans for projectactivities in 2020. In addition to reports on progress against the objectives,the main focus of discussions was on dissemination activities and demonstratorsplanned for TRA 2020 and InnoTrans2020 events later this year.
On Wednesday the 6th of November, Phani Chinchapatnam from Network Rail, attended MaaS Projects Clustering Workshop in Brussels, organised by the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA), where he presented MaaSive project.
The workshop participants came together to present current progress on their respective projects and to discuss the needs and challenges faced during the development of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and the next steps that need to be taken to accelerate the market uptake of MaaS project solutions.
The primary goal of the workshop was to create the opportunity to discuss projects and their challenges directly with EC representatives and standards makers, as well as with other projects working on MaaS, and to enable open dialogue with a focus on project results that can be standardised.
From Monday the 23rd to Thursday the 26th of September, representatives of project partners met at HaCon premises in Hanover, Germany, for a TMT meeting week. The current status of CONNECTIVE, MaaSive and COHESIVE were presented, open points discussed and the next steps planned. As ATTRACkTIVE and Co-Active have officially ended, the final event and review were planned. The get-together ended after several productive days filled with fruitful discussions and exciting outlooks as to what will be developed during the scope of the respective projects.
On Wednesday 10th October 2018, the formal kick-off meeting for the 2018 Shift2Rail Call for Members project “MaaSive” took place in Helsinki, Finland. MaaSive looks to build on the work of previous IP4projects with consideration for Mobility as a Service (MaaS), a move away from personally owned modes of transport towards multimodal mobility solutions.
In a first for IP4 kick-off meetings, external guest speakers participated in the event and provided valuable insights to be carried forward through the project. Jenni Eckhardt from VTT shared learnings from similar MaaS related projects and emphasised the challenges of MaaS for rural areas; Taina Haapamäki from Flou spoke on the economics of MaaS and creating a stable market and Jonna Pöllänen from MaaS Global (creator of the Whim App currently used in various European cities) spoke about the aim and success of Whim. Jonna made a particular impact by asking “What would it take for you to give up your car?” and explaining that for most people it’s about the ability to go wherever, whenever, not a connection with the vehicle itself.
It was the choice of location that enabled these great speakers to take part in the day. Finland is a leader in MaaS concepts, with supportive legislation and a number of MaaS providers currently operating in Helsinki. This also meant that attendees were able to visit the Ministry of Transport and Communications and the headquarters of MaaS Global Ltd to discuss MaaS with key individuals on both the legislative and commercial sides of the movement.
The project will look to use the lessons learned (and the contacts made) in Finland to deliver its objectives and ultimately support the MaaS approach.
On June 25thand 26th 2019, MaaSive project partners met at HaCon premises in Brussels for a Use Case and Glossary Workshop. After two productive days, the workshop participants have fully updated and complemented the ATTRACkTIVE and Co-Active glossary in MaaSive terms as well as compiled and discussed the MaaSive Use Cases for the CREL scope.
On May 15th2019, the first MaaSive TMT meeting took place in Lisbon. After the project management processes were elaborated, work already conducted in the CREL work packages was presented and discussed. The next steps were agreed on, and project partners are looking forward to the use case workshop planned for the end of June in Brussels.
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