Mobility Systems + Services joins CSA as Affiliate Member

Houston, TX — We are pleased to announce Mobility Systems + Services has become an affiliate member of the Carsharing Association.  As a division of the Swiss Mobility Cooperative, this technology vendor has over 25 years of experience in the carsharing industry, a boon to its software clients.

Mobility Systems + Services offers the software solution MobiSys for Carsharing and its sister product, MobiSys for Fleet.  The SaaS (“software as a service”, i.e. subscription-based) product MobiSys is the central application for the management and administration of fleet and operational data.  Its automated workflows and interfaces to external applications cover the management of the entire business processes.  Various users with different user rights can access the white-label solution via app, web and the rich client portal.

Mobility Systems + Services ensures the trouble-free functioning of the software, the maintenance, updates and the support. Thus, customers can focus on their core business’ efficiency and success.

Welcome to the CSA, Mobility Systems + Services! Contact Sophie Peggs for more information:

Sophie.Peggs@mobility-sas.com

www.mobility-sas.com

CSA invites shared mobility organizations to quantify environmental and social benefits of sharing

February 12, 2013

Carsharing innovators have developed web-based platforms that use real time location data to match up drivers with unutilized vehicles, allow riders/cargo to join trips-in-progress, or schedule trips for a future time.  These developments, together with improved public transportation systems, traditional 2-way carsharing, biking and walking, are giving people more personal mobility choices and have decreased dependence on privately-owned vehicles.

The CarSharing Association (“CSA”) works to maximize the environmental and social impacts of carsharing.  To this end, we’ve been involved in academic research to quantify reductions in greenhouse gas emissions attributable to carsharing. Our research also quantifies reductions in the total number of insured vehicles on the road as people give up individual car ownership and use shared cars.  These environmental benefits are important to the carsharing industry.  The CSA maintains that environmental claims should be accurate, verifiable and clear and claims should use recognized metrics backed up with solid scientific research methodology.

New forms of shared car mobility are built on a foundation of trust between sharers.  The CSA believes it has a leading role in the development of trust through its Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.  The objective of the Code of Ethics is to establish professional business standards that protect the image and credibility of carsharing.  The CSA is presently gathering data from member organizations for further study and is looking for partners from the emerging peer-to-peer and ridesharing communities to collaborate on quantifying the environmental and social benefits of carsharing.

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