Transport in public sector


Transport in public sector

We provide public transportation organizations with results that address their unique market challenges: escalating competition, technological demands, and the macro-level demographic implications on how cities and nations are moving people and goods.

Future of Mobility

The entire way we travel from point A to point B is changing. This transformation is creating a new ecosystem of personal mobility, with implications affecting more than just the automotive industry. Our team serves the entire ecosystem of companies working in and around mobility.

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Mobility as a Service: de volgende revolutie in mobiliteit

Welke stimulans hebben reizigers nodig om hun gedrag te veranderen?
De manier waarop mensen en goederen zich verplaatsen staat aan de vooravond van een radicale transformatie. Een groot aantal nieuwe technologieën en innovatieve diensten, in combinatie met disruptieve trends hervormen de invulling van mobiliteit fundamenteel. Autonome voertuigen, rit- en autodelen, maar ook slimme infrastructuur (verkeerssensoren, connected verkeerslichten) hebben ingrijpende gevolgen voor ons bestaande transportsysteem, namelijk snellere, goedkopere, schonere en veiligere mobiliteit.

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Micromobility is the future of urban transportation

Making micromobility work for citizens, cities, and service providers

E-scooters and dockless bicycles appear in cities all over the world suddenly and in great numbers, but so far the boom has skipped the Netherlands. Micromobility has the potential to address the most vexing transportation challenges of urban areas. With data sharing and a new government framework, providers and national and city officials can find mutually beneficial ways ahead.

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In-vehicle data: how to determine one’s strategic (legal) position to capitalize on opportunities?

An analysis from a privacy and data protection, security and fair competition perspective

In the Netherlands seven percent of the 8.5 million cars are “connected”. The coming years more than 200.000 new connected vehicles will yearly hit the roads. These modern sensor-equipped cars generate and collect large amounts of data on, for example, traffic and road conditions, engine performance, driver behavior and the speed and location of the vehicle. This so-called in-vehicle data potentially has enormous value that parties within and outside of the Automotive Industry can benefit from. Data does not, however, have a legal owner so the question is: who can exert influence on this data? Who has the right to access this data and which laws and regulations apply or should apply to the exchange of in-vehicle data?

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Ruimtewinst in de stad door smart mobility

Bijna 40% minder parkeerplaatsen in 2040
In Nederland hebben we te maken met circa 8 miljoen auto’s die gemiddeld 23 uur per dag stil staan. Daarvoor zijn ruim 14 miljoen parkeerplaatsen beschikbaar, die veel kostbare stedelijke ruimte innemen. Door smart mobility zouden we in 2040 40% minder parkeerplaatsen nodig kunnen hebben. Hierdoor komt ruimte vrij die gebruikt kan worden voor woningbouw (circa 45.000 nieuwbouw woningen) en vergroening van de openbare ruimte (circa 12 miljoen nieuwe bomen). Dit blijkt uit data-analyse van Deloitte naar de impact van deel- en zelfrijdende auto’s op de ruimtelijke ordening in 2040.

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Deloitte City Mobility Index

City’s readiness for the future of mobility
A smart city is a data-driven city, one in which municipal leaders have an increasingly sophisticated understanding of conditions in the areas they oversee, including the urban transportation system. How are global cities faring so far? And which steps can cities take to realize the future of mobility in the coming decades?

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