Vehicle Identity (VID)

The VID WGs aim to define 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. VID I Standards were released in 2019, followed by VID II Standards in 2021. MOBI VID is currently being leveraged in Citopia Web3 Applications as part of the DRIVES Program. Contact the VID Working Group

VID I was chaired by Groupe Renault and Ford, with support from Accenture, AIOI Insurance, BMW, Car Vertical, Cerebri AI, Cognizant, ConsenSys, CPChain, Dealer Market Exchange, DLT Labs, GM, Honda, Hyperledger, IBM, IOTA, Kar Auction Services, Luxoft, MintBit, Netsol Tech, Oaken Innovations, On The Road Lending, Quantstamp, Trusted IoT Alliance, and Xapix. VID II was chaired by BMW and Ford, with support from Accenture, AWS, AutoData Group, Bosch, Car IQ, CEVT, DENSO, DMX, Hitachi America, Ltd., Honda, IBM, KAR Auction Services, Luxoft, Nara Institute, Quantstamp, Ownum, and USAA.

VID Working Group
UBI Working Group

Usage-Based Mobility & Insurance (UBMI)

The UBMI WG aims to define the general framework that would allow people to plug and play a myriad of UBMI data sources, digital identities, and applications. The first standards are set to define the system design, multi-party processes, and data structures with appropriate identity, data, and permissioning proceeds to enable the access, sharing, and consumption of all data — real-time or static — generated within the mobility ecosystem to enable marginal cost pricing for the New Economy of Movement. Contact the UBMI Working Group

UBMI is chaired by Achmea and AIOI USA, with support from Accenture, Cerebri AI, Cognizant, ConsenSys, DENSO, Deon Digital, DMX, Ford, GM, Honda, IBM, Luxoft, Netsol Technologies, Ocean Protocol, On the Road Lending, Quantstamp, R3, Renault, Reply, RouteOne, Streamr, Swiss Re, TQ Tezos, USAA, USC, Volkswagen, and ZF.

Electric Vehicle Grid Integration (EVGI)

The EVGI WG aims to aid the increasing adoption of EVs by creating interoperable systems for public and private mobility stakeholders. The first EVGI standard, released in 2020, defines system and data requirements for 3 core use case areas: Vehicle to Grid (V2G), Peer to Peer (P2P), and Tokenized Carbon Credits (TCC). These systems, currently being demonstrated in the DRIVES Program, will enable a better way to manage the grid load, calculate carbon offsets, and generate carbon credits, facilitating the implementation of P2P services. Contact the EVGI Working Group

EVGI is chaired by Honda and GM with support from Accenture, AWS, Cognizant, CPChain, DENSO, DOVU, Hitachi, IBM, IOTA, KAR Auction Services, KoinEarth, PG&E, Politecnico di Torino, R3, Spherity, and Swedish Blockchain Association. EVGI II is co-led by Accenture, Anritsu, ASJade, AWS, DENSO, Ford, Henshin Group, Hitachi, Honda, ITOCHU, peaq, and Stellantis.

EVGI working group
CMDM Working Group

Connected Mobility Data Marketplace (CMDM)

The CMDM working group aims to enable a marketplace that securely commodifies mobility data and ensures data privacy for mobility users.  The CMDM standards, released in March 2021,  include core services, logical schemas, and sensor identity/ownership certificates that cover several use cases: V2X data exchange, geo-location cross validation, multimodal trip planning, and autonomous vehicle coordination. The CMDM Working Group is now part of the DRIVES Program and the standards are being used in all of our pilots and demos. Contact the CMDM Working Group

CMDM is chaired by General Motors and DENSO, with support from Accenture, AMO Labs, CEVT, Cognizant, Constellation Labs, Continental, CPChain, DENSO, DMX, Fifth-9, Filament, Ford, IBM, NuCypher, Ocean Protocol, Reply, RouteOne, ShareRing, Swedish Blockchain Association, and Toyota Insurance Management Solution (TIMS).

Finance, Securitization, and Smart Contracts (FSSC)

The FSSC working group aims to make the vehicle finance process easier and more transparent for lenders, manufacturers, dealers, and consumers by exploring the use of blockchain and secure decentralized databases in the vehicle finance lifecycle. Use cases in the June 2021 standards include dealer floorplan financing and auditing, V2X and securitization, and Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements. The FSSC Standards are now being used in the Citopia vinTRAK pilot. Contact the FSSC Working Group

FSSC is chaired by Orrick and RouteOne with the support from Accenture, Altaventure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), BMW Bank, CEVT, Connections Insights, CO-OP Financial Services, ConsenSys, D.E. Consulting, DENSO, Ford Credit, Global Debt Registry, GM Financial, Hitachi, Honda, IOTA, ITOCHU, On the Road Lending, Quant Network, Quantstamp, Reply, SETF, Spring Free EV, State Farm, Stellantis Financial Services, Tezos Foundation, TICO, and USAA.

FSSC Working Group
SC Working Group

Supply Chain (SC)

The SC working group aims to improve the manufacturing process and move parts around the world efficiently and transparently using blockchain and DLT. To enable secure data exchange and enhance parts track and trace from raw material through production, 1st and 2nd use, recycling, and end of life, the working group explored several use cases in the June 2021 standards including business process management, ethical sourcing, and finance. The SC Standards are now being used in the Citopia partsTRAK pilot. Contact the SC Working Group

SC is chaired by BMW and Ford with the support from Accenture, AIOI, Anritsu, Arxum, ASJade Tech, Aucnet, AutoData Group, AWS, Blockedge, CEVT, Dana, DENSO, DLT Labs, DMX, Fifth-9, Ford, Hitachi, Honda, IBM, IOTA, ITOCHU, Marelli, Mazda, Nara Institute, ParkMyFleet, Politecnico Di Torino, Quantstamp, R3, Reply, State Farm, Stellantis, SyncFab, Thirdware, TICO, and Vinturas.

DRIVES Program

The DRIVES Program 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, Web3 infrastructure, and network of peers to share resources and lower risks.

DRIVES is co-led by Accenture, Arxum, ASJade Tech, Aucnet, AWS, Blockedge, BMW, Cara7, CarIQ, CEVT, DENSO, the European Commission, Ford, GM, Henshin Group, Hitachi, Honda, IOTA, IoTeX, ITI, ITOCHU, Kaula Lab, Mazda, Nara Institute, Nucypher, ParkMyFleet, peaq, Politecnico di Torino, R3, Reply, State Farm, Stellantis, Swedish Blockchain Association, Toyota Industries Corporation, University of Urbino, and USAA.

MOBI Technology Stack (MTS)

MOBI is building the New Economy of Movement with the ITN (Web3 federated network) and Citopia (decentralized marketplace) to enable trusted digital identity and data sharing for business automation between connected entities. MOBI’s Web3 infrastructure, the MTS, consists of three member-owned and operated organizations: the MOBI consortium, the ITN, and Citopia. MOBI and its members are working together to build, test, and refine each of these layers.

Integrated Trust Network (ITN)

MOBI, MEF, AAIS Consortia and their 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. Learn more about the ITN here.

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.