It's always handy to have an app on your phone that allows you to call a taxi or book a ride when you need it. There are plenty of taxi apps, but most of them only aim to let the customer book a ride.
Such a central door to the market parties makes it easier to add other parties or applications to the chain, also known as MaaS - Mobility As A Service. Nevertheless, there are still many obstacles that still need to be overcome to call the protocol mature. Tomp became
In the largest urban area in the Netherlands, between Rotterdam and Amsterdam, a pilot route is being explored that would be a first step in creating a pan-European emission-free hyperloop network. The preconditions and effects of a hyperloop connection for freight between important and volume-intensive nodes in the provinces of North and South Holland are being investigated
Cruise and General Motors announced last week that they have entered into a long-term strategic relationship with Microsoft to accelerate the commercialization of self-driving vehicles. The companies will bring their software and hardware engineering, Cloud computing capabilities, manufacturing knowledge and partner ecosystem together to transform transportation and create a safer, cleaner
At first glance, not much will change for the traveler. Many of the innovations take place in the background. For example, the spaghetti of connections between the affiliated market parties in mobility must end. Think of the TOMP API as a universal plug that doesn't matter