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IEEE Smart Cities 17m
Webinar Replay — In "Smart Cities: Smart Parking" presented by Matt Willinbrink, learn how transportation in urban areas is rapidly changing; facing increasing infrastructure pressures as populations in urban areas are on the rise. To access:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
If you joined the "Mobility As a Service," Tim McGuckin, Executive Director -- MaaS America, Inc. and have more questions, he can be reached at tim.mcguckin@maasamerica.org or . :
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
To view today’s presentation "Mobility As a Service" and previously recorded webinars, please visit the Resource Center at
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
Join us for our next Smart Cities Standards P2784 Webinar, "New lighting industry open platform that will help cities getting smart" presented by Martin Mercier, Sr. Product Manager — Signify, 17 Dec. 2019 at 11 am EST (4 pm UTC. Register today:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
A "Mobility As a Service" () association has been launched to provide ways to network, learn and create the connections and partnerships needed to make a reality:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
The future of "Mobility As a Service" () — examples of disintermediators:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
The future of inludes the automobile playing a role for a while, reducing congestion or travel times, and the disintermediation of transportation:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
These are the levels of "Mobility As a Service" () for today, tomorrow and the future:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
Some "use cases" with advanced mass transit in geographically small and dense areas:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
The North American Ecosystem forming within private and publicc sectors include cloud services; open data sources and exchange; communications and network and MaaS application providers:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
The North American Ecosystem today has private (on demand car services) and public (road tolling, bike share) sectors; includes connected autonomous vehicles:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
The framework principles for Maas include inclusive, sustainability, low friction, low barriers to entry and balance:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
The business and framework of Maas starts with a paradigm for — framework, business model, system actors, system services, customers:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
The and objectives of is to deploy effective MaaS ecosystems, structure committees, workshops, research, and tools, and build a balanced membership across sectors:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
What is "Mobility As a Service" (MaaS)? An organization to advance the practice of balanced, inclusive and financially viable services:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
In this , "Mobility As a Service," Tim McGuckin, Founder -- MaaS America, Inc. will address current EU and NA perspectives, current deployment, what future implementations may look like, and the concept of MaaS as a Utility:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
Our presenter for today's , "Mobility As a Service" is Tim McGuckin, Founder -- MaaS America, Inc.:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
The moderator for this webinar, "Mobility As a Service" is Jim Frazer, Chair – VP Infrastructure and Smart Cities – ARC Advisory Group:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
"Mobility As a Service" with Tim McGuckin, Founder -- MaaS America, Inc. starts in a few minutes. Q&A after the presentation. Details here:
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IEEE Smart Cities Dec 3
Just 30 minutes (11 AM EST/4 PM UTC) before we begin "Mobility As a Service" with Tim McGuckin, Founder -- MaaS America, Inc. Details here:
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