SkedGo secures three MaaS projects addressing mobility insecurity in the US

Lincoln, US, December 6, 2021

Global Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) technology company SkedGo announced winning contracts for three new MaaS projects from Feonix – Mobility Rising for the states of Nevada, Michigan, and Minnesota in the US.

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SkedGo announces Sandra Witzel as board member

Sydney, March 01, 2021

SkedGo, the global Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) tech enabler, today announced the appointment of CMO Sandra Witzel to its Board of Directors. With two decades of marketing experience and a major focus on technology-based, disruptive and fast-growing businesses, Witzel has been with SkedGo for over six years, having previously worked with start-ups, SMEs, corporates and agencies.

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SkedGo and MOTIONTAG collaboration: measure & influence mobility behaviors

Potsdam & Sydney, October 29, 2020

By combining SkedGo’s advanced journey planning with MOTIONTAG’s analytics capabilities, mobility stakeholders will be able to understand how, when and why people travel, and measure changes in travel behavior. It will also enable end-users to receive personalized recommendations based on the actual routes they’ve taken. In addition, they will be able to set up personal goals such as “cycle more” to improve their commute.

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SkedGo launches occupancy feature and COVID-19 alerts for public transport confidence

London,  May 05, 2020

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) tech-enabler SkedGo is launching a new feature that enables passengers to assess crowding levels before they travel, supporting transport journey planning during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. The feature allows passengers to choose quieter routes and carriages, or switch to alternative forms of transport to maintain social distancing, such as cycling or e-scooters. The occupancy feature has been trialled using open source data from Transport for New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, and can be rolled out worldwide, depending on data availability.

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Norway’s Vy Group chooses SkedGo technology for new MaaS offering

Oslo, January 24, 2020

Vy Group (formerly NSB), one of the largest transport groups in the Nordics, appointed MaaS platform provider SkedGo to build their new journey planner for the Scandinavian region.

SkedGo is tasked with building Vy’s new journey planner and increasing capabilities for door-to-door travel and intermodality. The multi and mixed modal trip planner reflects Vy’s ambition to provide smarter and greener trips to travellers. User experience and ease of use are a strong focus of the project. In addition, consumers will be able to tailor their trips according to personal preferences, such as low carbon emissions, cost, time and convenience.

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SkedGo appoints John Nuutinen as new CEO

Sydney, October 14, 2019

SkedGo’s founder Claus von Hessberg will step down as CEO and solely focus on his role as the company’s Chairman. John Nuutinen, long-standing senior executive and co-founder at SkedGo will take over the role as part of a strategic restructure, which sees SkedGo transition from start-up into a scale-up phase.

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Fluidtime and SkedGo lead MaaS industry to next level at ITS European Congress

Vienna/Sydney, May 29, 2019

At the ITS European Congress in Eindhoven Fluidtime and SkedGo are presenting a joint portfolio for the next digital level in enabling MaaS. With the goal of better servicing more complex MaaS ecosystems, Fluidtime has integrated SkedGo’s award-winning multi and mixed modal routing platform into its own mobility technology. Combined with SkedGo’s various front-end solutions and Fluidtime’s business management tool for account, user and tariff management of the apps, this results in the largest MaaS product range of this kind.

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SkedGo providing technology for Australian iMOVE CRC MaaS trial

Sydney, April 17, 2019

The 6-months trial will offer a mobility as a service (MaaS) app, based on SkedGo’s mobility platform, to volunteers in and around Sydney in order to provide real-life insights into multi and mixed modal travel.

iMOVE, IAG and University of Sydney are cooperating in this project and will benefit from the advanced, customisable and flexible platform SkedGo can offer.

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SkedGo named best Mobility Platform Provider 2019

Brussels, March 26, 2019

Ptolemus Consulting Group, strategic advisory firm renowned for their expertise in mobility ecosystems, published their ranking of two categories of ‘mobtechs’ or mobility platform providers. In the category of Mobility Platform Providers (MPPs), which aggregate multiple operators and modes on their platform, SkedGo was ranked best provider.

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SkedGo builds new journey planner for Australian capital

Sydney, September 25, 2018

Australian tech company SkedGo has been selected by Transport Canberra and City Services (TCCS), a branch of the ACT Government, to build and further develop a comprehensive journey planner for customers in Australia’s capital, Canberra.

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Aussie tech company SkedGo named Gartner Cool Vendor 201

Sydney, July 26, 2017

The Sydney based software development company stood out to Gartner analysts with their forward-thinking Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) API. The nomination is in the “Smart City Applications and Solutions” category.

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Australian tech start-up wins Rio Olympics Transport Challenge

Sydney, April 6, 2016

In four months time, up to half-a-million of visitors will descend on Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for the 31st Summer Olympics. After winning the Rio Olympics Transport Challenge, Sydney-based start-up SkedGo will serve their transport needs with trip planning app RioGo.

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