Mobility-as-a-Service – The end of car ownership and the future of transport?

Mobility-as-a-Service Conference


Wednesday 28th November, 2018

9.00 am – 4.30 pm


Derby County Pride Park Stadium

Industry analysts predict a shift from private vehicle ownership to the use of “mobility service providers” offering access to a comprehensive range of on-demand transport services. Many OEMs, Transport Authorities, Ride operators, data and software businesses are already positioning themselves in the emerging Mobility-as-a-Service market: –

“It’s our goal to help people replace their car with their phone by offering a range of mobility options – whether cars, bikes, scooters or public transport – all in the Uber app” -Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber chief executive

This training workshop, led by Cenex, offers insights from leading industry experts on the Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) concept, its potential impact on City transportation services, examines early industry trends and considers the opportunities for SMEs within emerging supply chains.

Topics covered will include: –

  • What is MaaS and what are the problems it is trying to solve?
  • How MaaS works, emerging business models and the importance of data
  • Barriers & opportunities
  • Case studies

Confirmed presenters: –

  • BMW Group – Alphabet (GB) Limited
  • Uber
  • Transport for West Midlands – WHIM
  • KPMG
  • The Floow
  • ITP
  • Transport Systems Catapult
  • Cenex

The introductory delegate fee of only £95 (plus Vat) includes, presentation content, lunch, refreshments and free parking. Exhibition spaces are also available in the main conference room.

The venue is approx. 10 minutes from the M1 while Pride Park Stadium is a 15-minute walk from Derby Railway station.

For further information contact. Neil Horsley,