Mobility as a Service (Maas) | International Travel Demo
ACCEPT Institute was contracted by Dutch Ministry of Transport and Watermanagement to design and implement a demo (proof-of-concept). The demo is based upon the existing European Travellers Club (ETC) router infrastructure and demonstrates cross-border traveling. The example area that is used in the demo is Maastricht (The Netherlands) and Aachen (Germany), the same area as for the cross-border MaaS Pilot.
The goals of the demo are:
- use a router infrastructure and uniform transaction format (MaaS Datastring in a MaaS Message) for communication between MaaS Service Providers and Transport Operators;
- the demo needs to be international and address cross-border traveling; and
- the demo should integrate the (current version of the) TOMP-API.
The power point presentation (ppsx format) below shows the demo, which consists of 3 parts (part 2 and 3 contain video's with spoken explanation of the demo). In this new version (July 2020) the rental and usage of a shared bike is included:
- Part 1: Introduction and booking phase of the demo
- Part 2: Receival and processing of bookings at Transport Operators and Travel Right Stocks
- Part 3: The trip execution and conclusion of the demo, including a full overview of all messages sent
To download the new version of the MaaS Travel Demo, please click on document (MaaS Travel Demo 1.1.ppsx) below.