Our world is changing: we believe the increase of the world’s population living in dense urban areas will fundamentally impact the way we travel, commute, and live in the near future. Facing tomorrow's challenges of the global mobility and transportation industry, we share the vision of a collaborative and discrimination-free digital market infrastructure with common standards for all players: the Mobility OS.
The amount of digitalized devices is rapidly increasing in time. Therefore, we believe connected mobility services should fit the needs of digital natives anywhere at any time.
Consumers will demand a seamless and tailor-made mobility service fitting into their urban lifestyle, from using a suitable and modern transportation system to frictionless payment methods.
Future consumers will use products and services differently: Sharing will replace ownership. In the new economy, access is everything. Mobility-related infrastructure and services will interact autonomously through smart and secure contracts.
To make this vision come true, we need a new technological standard. Technology-driven innovation in mobility
The Mobility OS addresses the mobility challenges of tomorrow. It is executed as a system catalyst, enabling big and small players to join forces, enter new markets, pivot on products; all while working together seamlessly for the end user, connecting services and driving innovation.
Compared to non-specific languages like Java, the fully deterministic and predictable DSL reduces the number of lines of code heavily, saving valuable development and testing time.
A common standard creates a basis for collaboration and synergies. Due to their simplicity, the protocols are even readable for trained business analysts.
Blockchain technology provides immutable data structures eliminating the need for reconciliation. The events are safely logged on the distributed ledger.
The composable nature of the DSL’s contract templates enables companies to reduce development efforts by providing a flexible way of representing business process logic.
A blockchain network allows decentralized, verified and secured microtransactions. Central controlling companies are therefore not needed, leading to cost reduction and minimize effort.
Deon Digital’s technology automatically handles the data structure and is agnostic to the underlying blockchain. The possibility to change the underlying ledger technology brings down the buy-in cost significantly.
Using Deon Digital’s DSL, Daimler is taking a pioneering role in the development of the Mobility OS. The application enables managers to share their company cars with their coworkers. The already finalized POC includes about 40 car ownership actions that are embedded in 17 digital contracts.
Deon Digital’s DSL is a user friendly, rich, and streamlined contract scripting language. Using Deon Digital’s DSL enables our Mobility OS to provide a remarkably efficient way to create shared mobility applications.
The first pilot project is successfully carried out in cooperation with Daimler, introducing a new service that allows managers to share their company cars with other coworkers. Based on our previous implementation experiences, we are constantly expanding the feature set in order to meet changing requirements at any time.
With a lean approach, we are expanding the community of companies and individuals, who are interested in working together to define the future of mobility. We are setting up a consortium that ensures good governance and acts as a driving force behind the Mobility OS. This new platform will be partially open-sourced and will be made available to big and small players alike.
The Mobility OS project is an innovation based on POETS (Process-Oriented Event-driven Transaction Systems), which is an enterprise system architecture concept developed at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark.
POETS closely models the domain ontology of resources, information flows, and enterprises. The approach is not only characterized by strong process-orientation, it is also event-driven at heart and declarative to the point: these characteristics build the foundation for our Mobility OS.
The Mobility OS is a community-driven initiative, started by Deon Digital, KI group, Daimler, and Achmea. We believe in the power of collaboration and aim to create an open consortium of strong global players and innovative forces to further develop an open-source ecosystem, shaping the future of mobility.