Our approach to mobility data sharing​

The MobiDataLab solution is based on a State-of-the-Art study and the development of a Proof of Value, which is put into practice and exchanged by a broad community of transport stakeholders, and whose impact and potential for scalable exploitation is carefully assessed.

Open Knowledge Base

The MobiDataLab Open Knowledge Base is an information portal about practices and solutions related to legal and regulatory, governance, data privacy, technical standards, and challenges for mobility actors.

Transport cloud prototype

The MobiDataLab Transport Cloud is a cloud-based prototype platform for sharing transport data, accessible to all mobility actors involved in B2B and B2G models. This innovative cloud solution showcases how to facilitate the access to mobility data, in an open, interoperable and privacy-preserving way.

Living and Virtual Labs

Living and Virtual labs provide an open innovation ecosystem for an effective improvement in the culture of data sharing. MobiDataLab's referring stakeholders provide the challenges while candidate data innovators and solution providers design and develop innovative solutions to address them.

Socio-econonomic impact

MobiDataLab identifies the current best practices in data sharing, defines the current market potential, supports new business ideas and evaluates new data sharing services and business models.

Mobility Data Sharing

Mobility data is increasingly produced, at a higher pace and in various forms. The collection and aggregation of new sources of data from various producers has become a necessity, with data sharing principles at its heart.

Why is data sharing crucial for a better mobility?

Data sharing has become a major strategic issue for improving the mobility as it comes with very important benefits for different actors:

Increased transport user satisfaction

The advantage of integrated systems is that they offer the user the best service according to his or her affinities.

Improved service performance

Transport organising authorities need this information to improve public services and coordinate them with other modes of transport.

New business opportunities

Local authorities are obliged to open up their data, and new regulations incite private actors to go in the same direction, paving the way to new public-private collaboration perspectives.