Citopia Web3 Applications

Read about our Web3 infrastructure and applications being tested on the MOBI Web3 Technology Stack (MTS). Use cases being considered by MOBI and our members include:

  • Supply chain parts traceability for EV batteries
  • Electric vehicle maintenance such as battery state of health (SOH)
  • Trusted carbon emissions tracking to verify emissions claims
  • Usage-based fees such as tolling, insurance, and electric charging/sharing
  • Dealer floorplan audit to reduce the cost of vehicle ownership
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MOBI Web3 Infrastructure

Our future technology initiatives are best captured in the MOBI Technology Stack, MTS. The stack is made up of the MOBI Consortium, the Integrated Trust Network, and Citopia.

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MOBI Battery Initiative

MOBI Battery Initiative focuses shared efforts on building a comprehensive framework to improve sustainability and visibility in the global battery value chain.

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MOBI Trusted Trip

A trip is a roaming entity’s — such as a person, smartphone, or electric vehicle (EV) battery — journey from one place to another. MOBI defines a Trusted Trip as a trip whose attributes are validated/attested/certified by authorized entities/devices in the co-op decentralized network. The Trusted Trip combines identity and ubiety to enable a multitude of applications that advance smart mobility and sustainability.

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Before the adoption of any revolutionary technology, industries need standards and specifications to build the foundational infrastructure enabling the creation of products and services that can communicate and work together. There are four types of MOBI Working Group Standards:

  • 0001 – Business White Papers (WP)
  • 0002 – Use Cases and Business Requirements (UC)
  • 0003 – Technical Specifications (TS)
  • 0004 – Reference Implementation Architectures (RI)
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Working Groups

At MOBI, we are honored to collaborate with our members on mobility use cases. There are currently six MOBI Working Groups:

  • 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)
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DRIVES Program

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.

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MOBI Grand Challenge

The MOBI Grand Challenge (MGC), launched in October 2018, is loosely modeled on the DARPA grand challenge for autonomous driving which captured the public imagination and launched the autonomous driving revolution. The ultimate goal of the challenge is to create the first viable, decentralized, ad-hoc network of blockchain-connected IoT and smart infrastructure that can reliably share data, participate in transactions, coordinate behavior, and thereby improve human mobility.

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