GECKO reviews new mobility services & technologies

GECKO has grouped new mobility services and technologies into four categories:connected, cooperative and automated mobility; infrastructure, network and traffic management; MaaS and MaaS platforms; shared on-demand mobility.

For each innovation category, specific case studies are presented and discussed. Each innovation is evaluated based on four components: technological, operational, social/behavioural, business. To deepen the insight of analysis, 2040 future scenarios are set up in each innovation category.


Innovation categories

Case studies

Connected, cooperative and automated mobility

Connected and automated vehicles

Passenger urban air mobility

Drone last mile delivery

Infrastructure, network and traffic management

Big data for fleet management and logistics

Traffic management 2.0


MaaS and MaaS platforms

MaaS platform


Shared on-demand mobility


Bike sharing

E-scooter sharing/Micromobility

Ride-hailing and TNC

On-demand ridesharing

Crowd shipping


Based on above innovation categories, the GECKO project further reviews and analyses business models of disruptively new mobility services and technologies for passengers and goods transport. GECKO adopts the Osterwalder business model canvas and business ecosystem in order to understand how new mobility services and technologies create, deliver, and capture value. Following multiple interviews with practitioners, the GECKO project will conduct an aggregate analysis to identify the similarities and differences of these business models and provide suggestions for policy makers.

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