Web3 Multiparty Interoperability Pilots

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Alongside our global community, we’ve demonstrated several potential use cases for Citopia and Integrated Trust Network (ITN) services through various pilot projects. Read more below!

Featured Pilots

Citopia and the ITN services are business-to-business (B2B) only. Together, Citopia and the ITN provide the necessary infrastructure for node operators to build out secure, seamless, globally compliant web services and applications. MOBI membership is required to operate a Citopia/ITN node.

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Transit IDEA Project

The Citopia MaaS pilot was completed in 2023 under the supervision of the Transit IDEA Program. Citopia MaaS offers a secure, easy-to-navigate federated marketplace where users can plan, reserve, and pay for multimodal trips all in one place. Learn more about Citopia MaaS

Circular Economy

Completed in partnership with the European Commission, this pilot demonstrated the potential use of MOBI’s Web3 Infrastructure in multiparty applications for capturing tamper-evident vehicle emissions data. Read more about the Vehicle Emissions Self-Reporting Pilot

Privacy-Preserving Vehicle Track-and-Trace

MOBI’s Web3 Infrastructure enables the creation of shared, secure, cross-border compliant Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) applications for greater transparency, sustainability, safety, and multiparty coordination in the mobility sector. The following pilots focus on testing the viability of high-priority use cases selected by MOBI Working Groups. However, they do not represent the full scope of use cases enabled by Citopia and the ITN.

EU Commission — Vehicle Self-Reporting of CO2 Emissions

Completed January 2022 in partnership with the EU Commission. Read more about the Vehicle Emissions Pilot

Dealer Floorplan Audit

Completed February 2023 in partnership with Finance, Securitization, and Smart Contracts Working Group members. Read more about the Dealer Floorplan Audit Pilot

EV Reservation, Charging, and Payment

Completed November 2021 in partnership with members of the DRIVES Program. Read more about the EV Reservation, Charging, and Payment Pilot

Standardized Web3 Solution for Vehicle Registration, Titling, and Liens

Scope planning for this pilot, spearheaded by the Finance, Securitization, and Smart Contracts (FSSC) Working Group, is currently ongoing. Read more about this pilot

Supply Chain Track-and-Trace

MOBI’s Web3 Infrastructure enables the creation of shared, secure, cross-border compliant supply chain track-and-trace applications. The EV Battery Track-and-Trace Pilot, completed by MOBI’s Supply Chain (SC) Working Group, leveraged Citopia and the Integrated Trust Network (ITN) to demonstrate their potential use in establishing an interoperable, bidirectional track-and-trace system (Global Battery Passport System) for securely collecting, handling, and sharing battery data across organizational boundaries. While this pilot focused on the battery supply chain, the underlying technology is designed to enable track-and-trace applications in any value chain globally.

EV Battery Track-and-Trace — Battery Birth Certificate

Completed June 2022 in partnership with Supply Chain Working Group members. Read more about the EV Battery Track-and-Trace Pilot

Privacy-Preserving Multimodal Trips

Citopia MaaS (Mobility-as-a-Service) simplifies travel by allowing users to search, book, and pay for multimodal trips in one place. Users can customize their trip preferences and choose from various route options without the hassle of multiple logins, user cards, apps, and payment methods. Citopia MaaS unlocks secure cross-industry coordination, giving transit agencies and enterprise participants alike a new way to expand services, broaden revenue streams, access trend data, offer rewards, and address service gaps in real-time.

Citopia MaaS/Multimodal — Transit IDEA Project

The Transit IDEA Program is a part of the Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP). TCRP is sponsored by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). Read more about the MaaS pilot