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Clarification of roles in the area of mobility data

1. Possible business models, mobility data, and role clarification State & industry

Currently, different groups in the mobility data ecosystem stand side by side with a lack of understanding on all sides. Therefore, it is necessary to define the roles of the public sector, society, the industry, academia regarding mobility data. In an agile creative process, a common understanding and, based on this, a position paper is to be developed.

2. Further development of MobiData BW

MobiData BW is a public data platform for the exchange of relevant mobility data (public transport, parking, mobility services, infrastructure data, traffic information, etc.) that follows the open data approach and liberal provision of data. For further development, it must be clarified which data, information or services not yet available are to be included in MobiData BW from the perspective of external partners. These needs of the industry will be worked out in workshops. For example, the MobiData BW website must be revised and adapted to include the new fields of data.

3. Scalable digitalization competence for municipalities

In addition to consulting and support for the digitalization of municipalities, a digital smart city platform is to be developed that links municipalities and companies with their data in order to create value creation for all stakeholders. Aspects to be clarified include questions of data sovereignty, data usage rights, and data monetization.

4. Civic and public participation in the SDA

Participatory elements are to be used to actively involve citizens in a multi-stage process by means of concrete and relevant issues. Currently, there are plans for the preparation of a citizens‘ report, information events together with the industry, citizens forums on mobility data and a series of workshops on various topics. Furthermore, within the framework of the established test areas, on-site surveys are planned.

Parties Involved

  • Ministry of Transport Baden-Württemberg
  • Ministry of State Baden-Württemberg – Office of the State Councillor for Civil Society and Civic Participation
  • Ministry of the Interior, Digitalisation and Local Government Baden-Württemberg
  • Association of Cities Baden-Württemberg
  • AUDI AG
  • bitcom e. V.
  • bridgingIT GmbH
  • DEKRA e.V.
  • e-mobil BW GmbH
  • fastahead GmbH & Co. KG
  • Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO
  • Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI
  • FZI Research Center for Information Technology
  • German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA)
  • Karlsruhe Transport Authority (KVV)
  • Mercedes Benz Group AG
  • MHP Management- und IT-Beratung GmbH
  • Nahverkehrsgesellschaft Baden-Württemberg mbH
  • PTV Group
  • Star Systems GmbH
  • VVS public transport association
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