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#4 Summer Stop : How is Mobility as a Service (MaaS) evolving?

For this final Summer Stop, we turn our attention to the MaaS (Mobility as a Service) market, which seems to have evolved rapidly in recent years… A market estimated at 12 billion dollars in 2020, which should multiply fivefold by 2026, according to a recent report by Mordor Intelligence. An increasingly competitive ecosystem, leading to the gradual emergence of new business models and players, some of them unsuspected. We’ve deciphered these shifts in this selection of 4 articles, highlighting a global vision of MaaS and the key trends to watch closely…

The very first mapping of the MaaS ecosystem


Applications MaaS, fournisseurs MaaS technologiques, fournisseurs de solutions MaaS, solutions de ticketing ou encore organismes spécialisés… Découvrez sans plus attendre ce précieux benchmark mondial vous permettant d’appréhender pleinement le marché du MaaS, en identifiant et classifiant 185 acteurs composant la chaine de valeur du Mobility as a Service…

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“TOMP API”, the future MaaS standard language


Acronym for “Transport Operator MaaS Provider”, TOMP API has been at the heart of the debate since 2017. A new lever for moving towards a new Mobility as a Service model that is fully standardized and open to local authorities, transport operators, and MaaS providers. An international language based on eight functional bricks, which we have detailed in our article.

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“Is Uber a MaaS application or not?

A debate that seems to divide MaaS enthusiasts and experts… Founded in 2009, the American VTC giant seems to be gradually positioning itself as a multimodal platform. Public transport, trains, coaches, micromobility services, flights… We wanted to respond to this debate by outlining the latest strategic partnerships forged by the multinational over the last five years…

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“MaaF, the promising new MaaS trend to watch


A single letter has changed, and yet a pivotal point has already been adopted by a number of MaaS players. A new multiservice approach, known as MaaF, for Mobility as a Feature. It’s the unsuspected emergence of a new prism, and we’d like to explain why it’s more likely to encourage more users to turn to more sustainable alternatives…

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We hope you enjoy this new summer category. Don’t hesitate to check them all out in our M’DECRYPT section. We look forward to seeing you all back in school, with new nuggets coming out next week… Until then, stay tuned.