At MOBI, we are honored to collaborate with our members on mobility use cases. MOBI Working Groups include:
- Vehicle Identity (VID)
- Usage-Based Mobility & Insurance (UBMI)
- Electric Vehicle Grid Integration (EVGI)
- Connected Mobility Data Marketplace (CMDM)
- Finance, Securitization, and Smart Contracts (FSSC)
- Supply Chain (SC)
- DRIVES Program
- MOBI Technology Stack (MTS)
- Integrated Trust Network (ITN)
For participants, DRIVES provides a neutral laboratory to incubate pilots, analyze the value chain for innovative business models, and understand the benefits, costs, and feasibility of multi-party applications. It leverages MOBI’s standards, infrastructure, and network of peers to reduce the cost of onboarding participants, share resources, and lower risks.
MOBI Colloquiums and Exhibitions aim to promote and advance standards and accelerate the adoption of blockchain to make human mobility safer and greener while improving quality of life. MoCos explore the convergence of AI, IoT, Blockchain, Mobility, and Smart Cities to build the minimum viable ecosystem for transportation by fostering creative and professional growth alike. Our colloquiums are the premier destinations for discovery. We provide opportunities for global professionals at every level to participate, learn, and network, featuring a variety of topics that allow attendees to explore what’s next in the worlds of mobility and blockchain technology, and how they intersect with smart city initiatives. MoCos prove that the most unexpected discoveries happen when diverse topics and people come together.
Published weekly, our Bulletin is a convenient resource for MOBI updates — ranging from our blockchain-based standards to our virtual lecture series — as well as a constant feed for global mobility news. Sign up for your subscription here.
Our webinar series is a platform for members to share their innovative research and solutions for connected ecosystems and IoT commerce. Past topics include data monetization, autonomous vehicles, and supply chain management, among many others. Webinars are free and open to the public! Recordings are available on our website after the event takes place.