moveID, the identity-focused project within the Gaia-X 4 Future Mobility family, unveils the MOBIX app, its live demonstrator at the IAA MOBILITY 2023. MOBIX allows for peer-to-peer parking and EV charging and IAA Mobility visitors can experience a first glimpse of its vision of a decentralized mobility service ecosystem.
The demonstration involving Tesla and Jaguar electric vehicles will give the visitors an opportunity to experience the moveID’s vision of a vendor-neutral open ecosystem of data-driven mobility services with integrated payment capabilities. The live demo will show how autonomous transactions between connected devices streamline expenses and add new revenue streams.
In preparation for the big event, several moveID consortium members, namely BOSCH, DENSO, ITK Engineering, Fetch.ai, peaq, htw saar, Ocean, and 51Nodes, have met for integration workshops in the Datarella offices in Munich. The goal of the first integration workshop was to connect the different software and hardware components provided by the partners and test the first set of workflows for the IAA demo from a user’s perspective. Datarella was entrusted with the planning and organization of the event as well as the integration of the different workflows into a seamless user experience via the MOBIX app.
The critical path that was successfully completed, included three workflows, namely issuance of a Verifiable Credential to a vehicle, access to a parking space via a Verifiable Presentation to a Signal Head, and checkout of a parking space via a Verifiable Presentation to a Signal Head. The workflows are enabled by state-of-the-art Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI), Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) as well as Fetch.aI micro-agent technology, all controlled via the MOBIX mobile application.
“Leveraging Fetch.ai’s micro-agents to connect different technologies and seeing the distilled result of the agent’s work in our MOBIX app is living proof of the power of the moveID tech stack,” says Datarella CEO Michael Reuter.
While the demonstration focuses on the mobility industry, the business model behind it can be implemented in a wide array of industries, such as Public-to-Private power grid interplay and smart supply chain management. The moveID project invites all stakeholders in the EV charging ecosystem to participate and make their individual charging solution part of the overall charging network. If you are interested in test drives, please contact our IAA Mobility team!