MDS 2.0 will accommodate new use cases around delivery robots, car sharing, taxis, and more. Learn more about this work and how to weigh in on key decisions.
This guide includes all the opportunities to connect with the OMF community at CoMotion LA ‘22. We hope to see you there!
If your agency is considering SMART grant projects around mobility or curb management, check out these resources related to MDS, CDS, and learn more about working with the Open Mobility Foundation.
September is all about adding new modes to MDS. Now in development, MDS 2.0 will accommodate use cases around personal delivery devices (delivery robots), free-floating car share, taxis, and more.
MDS is a powerful tool for cities to manage the public right of way, but can researchers use MDS data to study mobility issues? Explore the ins and outs of using MDS for research.
The 1.2.0 release adds new features that support privacy and digital policy, and improve data quality.
If you’re thinking about making a contribution to one of the OMF’s open source projects, here are some things to consider about how your proposed feature gets evaluated during the release.
How the Mobility Data Specification evolves to incorporate the best ideas from all parts of the Open Mobility Foundation’s community.
Learn more about how OMF’s unique open source model works to the benefit of both cities and private companies in the transportation sector.
The 1.1.0 release adds new top level APIs, privacy options, and transparency features to the Mobility Data Specification (MDS) as part of an effort to support requested use cases and take new steps in data privacy.