The purpose of the project was to identify a Mobility as a Service (MaaS) solution that can be scaled up and handle a comprehensive and changing range of services and suppliers, complex travel patterns and the shifts between transport modalities. The challenge requires solutions that are based on principles of openness and self-organisation so that they can be scaled up and deal with the diversity of complexity and change. The platform will include features that enable self-organisation of the ecosystem.
The parties involved in the project have developed a high-level design for a service platform based on principles for open and self-organising systems. The project has carried out four workshops where we have identified the requirements for being able to realise such a platform in order to build a minimal viable product (MVP) that can handle a defined number of modality shifts in an open ecosystem of suppliers and travelers.
Final project report (in Swedish)
The research will continue within the OSMaaS project (February 1, 2020, to January 31, 2024):
OSMaaS – Designing Open and Self Organising Mechanisms for Sustainable Mobility as a Service