This was followed by a podium discussion in the context of the role of BC and DLT in emerging mobility service ecosystems using the MOBI initiative as a guide and backbone.
There were about 140 international conference participants, half of which present on-site in Krems, Austria, the other half on-line. It was agreed that CHAISE and Blockchain-related topics will be a permanent part of the conference’s workshop series about Infrastructure, E-Mobility and New Business Models, in the context with two other key Blueprints: ALBATTS (Batteries for E-Mobility) and DRIVES (New Skills for Automotive). This can be considered a huge success.
The Springer conference proceedings linked to this conference are among the worldwide most downloaded ones (more than 100k article downloads for most of the yearly proceedings). The conference was co-organized and co-sponsored by the ECQA GmbH with Michael Reiner in the lead.