Mobility as a Service (MaaS)

Combining Different Modes of Transport to Intermodal Travel Chains

Establishing Mobility as a Service (MaaS) – this is what Siemens Mobility, Hacon, eos.uptrade and Bytemark are working on together. Based on our Mobility Marketplace, a flexible and secure MaaS platform, a wide variety of data and interfaces are integrated into one comprehensive trip planner. Whether native app or web browser – many of our applications already incorporate much more than just bus and rail data of a single operator or transport association.

Our Mobility Marketplace allows combining different modes of transport to intermodal travel chains including public and private transport, demand-responsive services (DRT), road traffic information, carsharing providers, taxi, bike and pedestrian routing. Its task is to suggest the smartest combination of different options. Automatic best-price calculation at the end of the trip guarantees utmost flexibility and comfort across all transport modes, beyond tariff zones.

MaaS Whitepaper


Let’s talk MaaS! New Mobility offerings such as sharing services, on-demand transport or carpooling are on the rise. Used smartly they can make mobility more efficient and eco-friendlier. This is where Mobility as a Service (MaaS) comes into play: Smart applications can make it easy and convenient for all stakeholders to find their individual way through the mobility jungle. Intelligent algorithms, seamless ticketing and big data analytics make it possible.

In our MaaS Whitepaper we explain how you can establish Mobility as a Service and tailored it to the needs of your customers.

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“The Future We Want”

MaaS empowers mobility app providers – be they public transport operators, municipalities or others – to drive eco-friendly transport strategies forward.

Mobility as a Service & the C40 World Mayors Summit Hacon CEO Michael Frankenberg