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The Smart Mobility Ecosystem

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The Smart Mobility Ecosystem is the entry point into the overall mobility complex from a strategic level down to an individual task level, for all participating and future actors, whether these are a car-sharing user, a project manager that heads the conceptual depiction of mobility management, or an operator of a public transport management unit. By intention, the presentation of the Smart Mobility Ecosystem is design-oriented and structured by personae, roles, and responsibilities. The initial results of a study that was conducted in 20 cities are leveraged. The Smart Mobility quadrants – the Mobility Consumers, the Physical Mobility Front Office, the Digital Mobility Front Office, and the Mobility Back Office – conclude the chapter.

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Flügge, B. (2017). The Smart Mobility Ecosystem. In: Flügge, B. (eds) Smart Mobility – Connecting Everyone. Springer Vieweg, Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-15622-0_5

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