integrated, seamless, secure and roaming mobility infrastructure for connected people and cars

Decentralised implementation with real-time settlement capability.

Customers and cars own, control and manage rights to their data.

Powered by a fusion of Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things.

Your Connection to universal Mobility as a Service – seamless planning, booking and itinerary management of door-to-door trips, wherever in the world you are.

Mobility as a Service : The Opportunity

Our vision for TSio Protocol is to enable both private and public mobility providers to compete in a transparent Mobility-as-a-Service market place that is focused on providing personalised customer-centric services to anyone and everyone.

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is a concept that empowers users to make journeys involving combinations of flights, ferries, private car, shared mobility services (e.g. taxi’s, car hire and bike rental) and public transport (e.g. railways, trams and buses).

Transportation is rapidly changing. New market entrants are increasingly global from day one and consumer expectations for seamless, pain-free, user experiences are high.

Consumer markets have moved away from a desire to own cars to being in control of their digitalised lives: leading to a global demand for Mobility as a Service – a market valued at £1 trillion by 2030.

New flexible and sharing economy services, are blurring the lines between private and public transportation, creating a real need for integration across the whole transport spectrum.

Yet current infrastructure and data for travel booking, payment and information is locked away in silos. It means very little interoperability between modes of transport, across borders or between competing transport companies.

This market fragmentation creates numerous pain-points for the travelling public, and risks constraining and stifling the full market growth potential of the mobility sector.

 

Enabling The Internet of Mobility

Our vision is to enable the Internet of Mobility so the world can enjoy and benefit from an integrated, connected, multi-modal mobility experience.

We want to enable both private and public mobility providers to compete in a transparent Mobility-as-a-Service market place that is focused on providing personalised customer-centric services to anyone and everyone.

TSio Protocol is a universal, secure and scalable blockchain-based and IoT-enabled mobility account infrastructure for connected people and vehicles.

It enables transport operators, mobility service providers and transport authorities to transform their businesses and market reach, through seamless customer experience, low transaction costs and enablement of new value-adding products and services.

 

Why use the TSio Protocol?

Why use the TSio Protocol?

Universal: Interoperable between transport operators, modes and across borders.

Secure: Our technology prevents fraud, protects data and resists denial of service attacks.

Scalable: Built for low network latency, fast verification and compatibility with low power devices.

Personal: Manage rights and responsibilities of highly portable personal data.

Decentralised implementation with real-time settlement capability.

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TSio Protocol enabled Applications

TSio Protocol enables third party mobile apps, facial recognition systems and wearables to contain travel tokens that can be used to access TSio compliant transport services.

It is compatible with any advancements in seamless customer interface technologies, such as use artificial intelligence enabled facial recognition and ultrasonic sound waves on mobile devices.

Using new smart contract and escrow capabilities, TSio can enable the development of new travel insurance products and manage compensation and dispute arbitration mechanisms.

Digital asset exchange functionality makes it simple for customers and transport operators to openly sell and resell travel products and services, including opening up the peer2peer and crowdfunding markets.

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