Active Working Groups

Active Working Groups

MOBI Working Groups combine global efforts to develop standards, accelerate the adoption of innovative technologies, and collaboratively build the Web3 infrastructure for seamless cross-industry interoperability. Working Group participation is open to all MOBI members.

MOBI Working Groups combine global efforts to develop key interoperability standards, accelerate the adoption of innovative technologies, and collaboratively build the Web3 infrastructure for seamless cross-industry business automation. Working Group participation is open to all MOBI members.

Circular Economy and the Global Battery Passport (CE-GBP)

The CE-GBP Working Group aims to unite public and private sector efforts globally to spur adoption of a standardized decentralized Global Battery Passport system, set standards for interoperability, and establish a path toward a circular battery economy.

The Working Group is co-chaired by DENSO, Honda, and Nissan, with contributions from Anritsu, ASJade Tech, Aucnet, AWS, BMW, CEVT, Dana, Ford, Hitachi America Ltd, HIOKI, ITOCHU, Mazda, Orico, Politecnico di Torino, ParkyMyFleet, Quantstamp, Reply, Stellantis, SyncFab, State Farm, Toyota Industries Corporation (TICO), Tradelog, Vitesco, and Vinturas.

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Global Battery Passport

Citopia Global Battery Passport System (GBPS)

Citopia GBPS is a decentralized marketplace built to enable cross-industry interoperability for seamless, secure Global Battery Passport issuance. The Working Group is currently developing standards and building out the GBPS for enterprise adoption.

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MOBI EOL0001/WP/2023

Electric Vehicle Battery End-of-Life Management White Paper

Read our latest publication to learn more about information sharing gaps in the global battery value chain, why they’re a problem for stakeholders everywhere, and how they can be addressed.

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IRS REG-120080-22

New Clean Vehicle Credit

This document contains proposed regulations regarding the Federal income tax credit under the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 for the purchase of qualifying new clean vehicles, including new plug-in EVs meeting certain requirements and new qualified fuel cell vehicles.

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Electric Vehicle Grid Integration (EVGI)

EVGI I defined the interoperable systems necessary for seamless grid management, carbon offset calculation, and carbon credit generation, facilitating the implementation of P2P services. EVGI II is reevaluating initial EVGI standards and working on pilots, including Vehicle-to-Building communication for charging and storage.

EVGI Contributors: Accenture, Anritsu, ASJade, Aucnet, AWS, Cognizant, CPChain, DENSO, DOVU, Ford, GM, Henshin Group, Hitachi America Ltd, Honda, Hioki, IBM, IOTA, ITOCHU, KAR Auction Services, KoinEarth, peaq, PG&E, Orico, Politecnico di Torino, ParkMyFleet, R3, Spherity, Stellantis, Swedish Blockchain Association, Tradelog, and Vitesco.

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MOBI EVGI0001/WP/2023

Electric Vehicle Grid Integration Business White Paper

The WP explores key use cases in interoperable system applications and explains the role of the standard in aiding this development. Explore Read the EVGI White Paper

MOBI EVGI0002/TS/2020

Electric Vehicle Grid Integration Technical Specifications

This report specifies the high-level system design, reference architecture, multi-party processes, and EVGI-specific data structures that are utilized throughout the ecosystem. Read the EVGI Tech Specs

MOBI Pilots

Electric Vehicle Reservation, Charging & Payments

Together, Citopia and the Integrated Trust Network (ITN) form our federated Web3 infrastructure for trusted identity, location, and business automation. Read the full pilot writeup

Finance, Securitization, & Smart Contracts (FSSC)

The FSSC Working Group aims to enable the creation of Web3-based solutions to improve the vehicle finance process for lenders, manufacturers, dealers, and consumers alike. FSSC is currently spearheading pilots focused on dealer floorplan auditing and automation of e-registration & e-titling.

FSSC Contributors: Accenture, Altaventure, Amazon Web Services, BMW Bank, CEVT, Connections Insights, CO-OP Financial Services, ConsenSys, D.E. Consulting, DENSO, DMI, Ford Credit, Global Debt Registry, GM Financial, Honda, IOTA, Itochu, National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), Nissan Motor Acceptance Company, On the Road Lending, Orrick, Quant Network, Quantstamp, Reply, RouteOne, Southeast Toyota Finance, Spring Free EV, Stellantis Financial Services, Tezos Foundation, Toyota Industries Corporation, Trade Log, and USAA.

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MOBI FSSC0001/WP/2021

FSSC Business White Paper

The FSSC White Paper provides an overview of a variety of use cases that were considered by the FSSC WG, including Dealer Floorplan Financing and Fractional Ownership of Mobility Assets. Read the FSSC White Paper

Registration & Titling Pilot

Standardized Web3 Solution for Vehicle Registration and Titling

Led by the Finance, Securitization, and Smart Contracts (FSSC) Working Group, this pilot aims to demonstrate Web3-enabled cross-industry interoperability for more seamless vehicle registration and titling processes. Learn more

MOBI FSSC0002/TS/2021

FSSC Technical Specifications

The FSSC Technical Specifications specifies high-level system design, reference architecture, multi-party processes, and FSSC-specific data that is used throughout the ecosystem. Read the FSSC Tech Specs

DRIVES Program

The DRIVES Program leverages the collective expertise of several inactive MOBI Working Groups to develop standards and explore solution frameworks for use cases spanning multiple verticals.

DRIVES Contributors: AAIS, Accenture, Anritsu, ASJade Tech, Arxum, Aucnet, AWS, Blockedge, BMW, Cara7, CarIQ, CEVT, DENSO, Ford, GM, Henshin Group, Hitachi, Honda, IoTeX, ITI, ITOCHU, Kaula Lab, Mazda, Nissan, NuCypher, ParkMyFleet, peaq, Orico, R3, Reply, State Farm, Stellantis, Toyota Industries Corporation, Traent, USAA, and Vitesco.

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MOBI SOH0001/WP/2022

Battery State Of Health Business White Paper

This White Paper examines the state of the art for SOH tracking, outlines key uses, and defines potential next steps for bringing applications to scale. Read the SOH White Paper

MOBI BIN0001/TS/2022

Battery Identification Number Technical Specifications

This document specifies the format, content, and physical requirements for a globally unique identity of battery packs, similar to the ISO VIN Standard. Read the BIN Tech Specs

MOBI VID0005/UC/2023

Vehicle and Parts Maintenance & Repair Sub-Wallet Use Cases

This standard provides a business case, requirements, and ultimately a specification for the creation of a digital maintenance sub-wallet. Read the Sub-Wallet UC document

MOBI Technology Stack (MTS)

MTS meetings bring all MOBI members together to drive progress and strategize on key initiatives. This includes aligning on Working Group roadmaps, standards development, and development on Citopia and the Integrated Trust Network (ITN). MTS serves as the dedicated implementation Working Group for all pilot projects within MOBI.

MTS Contributors: Accenture, AUCNET, Altaventure, Amazon Web Services, Anritsu, Arxum, ASJade, BMW Bank, CEVT, Connections Insights, CO-OP Financial Services, ConsenSys, D.E. Consulting, DENSO, DMI, Ford Credit, Global Debt Registry, GM, Hitachi America Ltd., Honda, IOTA, ITOCHU, Henshin Group, Mazda, National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), Nissan Motor Acceptance Company, Olinda Solutions, On the Road Lending, Orico, Orrick, Quant Network, Quantstamp, Reply, RouteOne, Southeast Toyota Finance, Spring Free EV, State Farm, Stellantis Financial Services, Tezos Foundation, Toyota Industries Corporation, Trade Log, USAA, and Vitesco.

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EUR 31161

JRC Science for Policy Report on Blockchain for Transport

This report, prepared by the EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum, features a joint emissions tracking pilot using Citopia and the ITN. Read the EU Report

Citopia MaaS

Universal Wallet for Trip Planning, Booking, and Payment

Citopia MaaS is designed to allow riders to select their trip preferences among fastest, cheapest and greenest routes. Learn more about Citopia MaaS

MOBI ITN0001/WP/2023

ITN Value and Technical Narrative Business White Paper

This WP describes how the ITN solves the problem of centralized identity and the security burdens businesses face. Read the ITN White Paper

Integrated Trust Network (ITN)

MOBI, MEF, AAIS, and their collective members are co-creating the member-owned and operated ITN, a W3C standards-based, industry-focused, protocol-agnostic digital infrastructure that provides the core trust services of governance, authority, identity, and assurance. Designed to easily integrate with existing systems across all industries, the ITN is a digital identity registry to enable trusted data sharing and business automation.

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BLOG: IoT in the Age of Self-Sovereign Identity

Learn more about how Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) can be used to solve the most pressing security challenges in the IoT ecosystem. Read the full blog on Medium

MOBI ITN0001/WP/2023

ITN Value and Technical Narrative Business White Paper

This White Paper describes the problem of centralized and how the ITN solves these problems, and our roadmap for ITN adoption in the mobility ecosystem. Read the ITN White Paper

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BLOG: Trusted Trips, Privacy, Zero Trust, and the ITN

Explore how the ITN enables decentralized identity management and preserves privacy for trusted locations and trusted trips. Read the full blog on Medium

MOBI Steering Committee

The MOBI Steering Committee drives strategic operations and decision-making within the consortium. Steering Committee members meet once every quarter to evaluate the direction and performance of MOBI initiatives, plan for the future, and more.

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About MOBI

What is MOBI?

MOBI brings together public and private stakeholders across the globe to co-develop standards and build the Web3 digital infrastructure for connected ecosystems and IoT commerce. Learn more about our mission

MOBI Members

Who’s a part of MOBI?

MOBI’s community is composed of many of the world’s largest vehicle manufacturers, along with startups, NGOs, transit agencies, insurers, financial institutions, and tech companies. Explore our global community

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How to join MOBI

MOBI membership opens the door to countless opportunities only made possible through cross-industry collaboration. Learn how your organization can join MOBI

Inactive Working Groups

Inactive Working Groups

The following Working Groups have been integrated into the DRIVES Program and are not currently holding dedicated meetings.

The following Working Groups have been integrated into the DRIVES Program and are not currently holding dedicated meetings.

MOBI Vehicle Identity (VID)

MOBI VID I and II defined a vehicle’s Self-Sovereign Digital Twin™, providing the necessary bridge to the physical asset that allows vehicle owners and users to manage access control, confirm ownership history, log key life events, and interact with the vehicle in the connected mobility ecosystem. Currently MOBI VID is part of DRIVES Working Group.

VID Contributors: Accenture, AIOI Insurance, AWS, Autodata Group, Bosch, BMW, Car IQ, Car Vertical, Cerebri AI, CEVT, Cognizant, ConsenSys, CPChain, DENSO, DMX, DLT Labs, Ford, GM, Groupe Renault, Hitachi America Ltd., Honda, Hyperledger, IBM, IOTA, KAR Auction Services, Luxoft, MintBit, Nara Institute, Netsol Tech, Oaken Innovations, On The Road Lending, Ownum, Quantstamp, Reply, Trusted IoT Alliance, USAA, and Xapix.

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MOBI VID0001/WP/2021

Vehicle Identity I Business White Paper

This standard introduces a business review for the MOBI Vehicle Identity (VID) to accompany the standards created by the Vehicle Identity working group. Read the VID White Paper

MOBI VID0002/TS/2024

Vehicle Identity I Technical Specifications

This document specifies the first standard for Vehicle Identity (VID), which represents the principal digital foundation of future mobility. Read the VID Tech Specs

MOBI VID0003/UC/2021

VID II Use Case And Business Requirements

The VID II UC extends VID I to data related to lifetime events and transfer of ownership, exploring two main use cases: vehicle registration and maintenance traceability. Read the VID UC document

Supply Chain (SC)

SC I defined a DLT-based framework to unlock enhanced visibility into global supply chains and facilitate seamless communication to manage production, maintenance, and safety while meeting consumer and regulatory demands. SC II is working on standards and exploring regulation-compliant solution frameworks for battery supply chain track-and-trace. Currently, SC is part of the CE-GBP Working Group.

SC Contributors: Accenture, AIOI, Anritsu, Arxum, AS Jade Tech, Aucnet, AutoData Group, AWS, Blockedge, BMW, CEVT, Dana, DENSO, DLT Labs, DMX, Fifth-9, Ford, Hitachi America Ltd, Honda, Hioki, IBM, IOTA, ITOCHU, Marelli, Mazda, Nara Institute, Nissan, Orico, Politecnico Di Torino, ParkyMyFleet, Quantstamp, R3, Reply, Stellantis, Southeast Toyota Finance, SyncFab, State Farm, Thirdware, TICO, Tradelog, Vitesco and Vinturas.

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MOBI SC0001/UC/2021

Supply Chain Use Case and Business Requirements

This standard introduces a business review for the MOBI Vehicle Identity (VID) to accompany the standards created by the Vehicle Identity working group. Read the SC Use Case document

MOBI Pilots

EV Battery Track-and-Trace

Led by the SC Working Group, this pilot demonstrated the potential use of MOBI’s Web3 Infrastructure in multiparty applications for bidirectional track-and-trace in the global battery supply chain. Read the full pilot writeup

SC0002/RI/2021

Supply Chain Reference Implementation Architecture

This document discusses the benefits of different blockchain setups, and the role of privacy-enhancing technologies. Read the SC Reference Implementation Architecture

Connected Mobility Data Marketplace (CMDM)

The CMDM Working Group aimed to enable the creation of a privacy-preserving mobility data marketplace by defining core services, logical schemas, and sensor identity/ownership certificates for V2X data exchange, geo-location cross-validation, multimodal trip planning, and autonomous vehicle coordination. Currently, CMDM is part of DRIVES Working Group.

CMDM Contributors: Accenture, AMO Labs, CEVT, Cognizant, Constellation Labs, Continental, CPChain, DENSO, DMX, Fifth-9, Filament, Ford, GM, IBM, NuCypher, Ocean Protocol, Reply, RouteOne, ShareRing, Swedish Blockchain Association, and Toyota Insurance Management Solution (TIMS).

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MOBI CMDM0001/WP/2021

CMDM Business White Paper

The CMDM White Paper covers the current state of affairs with regard to mobility ecosystems and data exchange within the automotive industry. Read the CMDM White Paper

MOBI Web3 Infrastructure

Unlocking Cross-Industry Interoperability with Web3

Together, Citopia and the Integrated Trust Network (ITN) form our federated Web3 infrastructure for verifiable identity, location, and business automation. Explore MOBI’s Web3 Infra

MOBI CMDM0002/TS/2021

CMDM Technical Specifications

The CMDM Tech Spec specifies the high-level system design, reference architecture, multiparty processes, and data structures utilized throughout the ecosystem. Read the CMDM Tech Specs

Mobility & Usage-Based Insurance (MI)

MI I aimed to define a framework with appropriate identity, data, and permissioning proceeds to enable secure data sharing and consumption for marginal cost pricing of usage-based mobility services, including insurance. Currently, MI is part of DRIVES Working Group.

MI Contributors: AAIS, Accenture, Achmea, Arxum, AIOI USA, Anritsu, ASJade Tech, Aucnet, AWS, Blockedge, BMW, Cara7, CarIQ. Cerebri AI, CEVT, Cognizant, ConsenSys, DENSO, Deon Digital, DMX, Ford, GM, Henshin Group, Hitachi America Ltd, Honda, IBM, IoTeX, ITI, ITOCHU, Kaula Lab, Luxoft, Mazda, Netsol Tech, Nissan, Nucypher, Ocean Protocol, Orico, On the Road Lending, ParkMyFleet, peaq, Quantstamp, R3, Groupe Renault, Reply, RouteOne, R3, Stellantis, State Farm, Streamr, Swiss Re, Toyota Industries Corporation, TQ Tezos, USAA, USC, Vitesco, Volkswagen, and ZF.

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MOBI Webinars

Auto Insurance Transformation Roadmap

In this webinar, Ash Naik of AAIS gives viewers a deep dive into the structure of the auto insurance industry and the path to transformation. Watch the full video

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Blockchain For Auto Insurance

Read about DLT/Blockchain use cases that depend on a secure digital vehicle identity span from vehicle payments, supply chain and automotive financing to autonomous vehicle data marketplaces and many more. Read the full blog on Medium

Linux Foundation Webinar

Proving Enterprise-Scale Blockchain Technology

MOBI Co-founder Tram Vo speaks on a LF panel to disambiguate insurance-specific blockchain tech and discuss enterprise-level blockchain in insurance. Watch the full video