Movin’On and Oracle invite experts to join the working session of their Community of Interest on ‘Data sharing and/or ownership to power viable new business models for sustainable mobility players’

Working session to take place virtually on December 2, 2020

2.00 pm – 4.30 pm (ECT – Paris Time) / 8.00 am – 10.30 am (ET – New York)



On December 2, Oracle and Movin’On are bringing together experts from America and Europe to join the first virtual session of their Community of Interest and answer this burning question:

“How can data sharing and/or ownership power viable new business models for the sustainable mobility players?”


Movin’On Communities of Interest are working groups that bring together several ecosystem stakeholders. They investigate a common chosen topic and experiment new mobility solutions together.


Experts who will join this session are academics, cities, companies, startups, institutions. They are from various domains: IT, insurance, EVs, MAAS providers, Citizen Groups, User experience, data architects & analysts...


The working session will be split into 4 groups of between 8 and 10 experts each, working on one specific sub-question of the subject


  1. How can mobility data standards help shape mobility (information) architecture?
  2. Which data governance model is essential for mobility players to discover viable business models?
  3. How can public organizations leverage/incentivize data sharing to boost multimodal integration?
  4. How can usage of real time data help citizens to shift dynamically towards more sustainable mobility modes (dynamic pricing, subscriptions, subsidies to drive mobility consumption changes)?


If you are a leading expert in this domain, and feel your contribution can advance the subject, please contact Jennifer Cateau directly at and register here to join the virtual working sessions.

Movin’On Challenge Design is now open


From November 1, 2020 to March 1, 2021, submit your entry to design a future with inclusive access to mobility