A Tale of Two Cities: Why MaaS is critical to unlocking the future potential of urban populations
We recently launched our first ever manifesto looking to the future of urban mobility. It addresses the crucial role Mobility as a Service (MaaS) will have in ensuring increasingly congested and populated world can continue not just to move, but to thrive.Read
Analysis: How we can get more people to take the bus
Is it possible that Londoners are falling out of love with public and sustainable transport?Read
It’s good to share: Open data will drive the MaaS revolution
Quality, real-time data will be critical to making MaaS a reality, says Johan Herrlin, CEO, Ito World.Read
What’s driving the transportation revolution?
We are at the beginning of the next big revolution in transportation.Read
In short, transport is undergoing a huge transformation as a result of a new wave of technologies and the rise of Mobility as a Service (MaaS solutions).
Six developments we can expect in the transport sector in 2018
This article was published on intelligenttransport.com on Dec 12th 2017. Johan Herrlin, CEO of Ito World, predicts how 2018 will further innovate public transportation…Read
Three Benefits Of Mobilising Bikeshare Data And Journey Planners
It is now ten years since the launch of the world’s first large scale bike-sharing scheme, Velib in Paris. Since then, a thousand other schemes have been launched – bikeshare systems are now prevalent across the globe – popping up all the way from Manchester to Melbourne.Read
Picture the Data of 1,000-Plus Bike-Share Systems in One Place
On Thursday, transportation data company Ito World is launching a commercial global bike-share data stream. App developers and app companies can pay for access. The stream will incorporate real-time data from more than 1,000 bike-share systems in cities around the world.Read
How Tech Will Transform Our Public Transport System: Are Uber Buses Driving Our Way?
Recently Citymapper trialled a smartbus which they hoped will help revolutionise London’s bus service to respond in real time to passengers’ needs – like an Uber for buses. The trial used a tool they developed called Simcity, that suggests routes which would best accommodate passengers using data analysis of demand.Read
Traditional thinking won’t work
A recent report found that a reluctance to share knowledge and data could cost the transport industry £14bn by 2025. We spoke to Johan Herrlin, CEO at ito World, a global data aggregator for transit and other Mobility as a Service…Read
The future of transport? Shared services built on data
Mobility as a Service has the power to change the way we travel. Ito World CEO Johan Herrlin shares what’s driving the movement forward, from smartphones to autonomous vehicles, and the critical role that data – especially open data – can playRead