MOBILITY WORKSHOP #1 with the community of open source software

In preparation for #OSSPARIS16, la Fabrique de la mobilité organize a first Mobility Workshop with the community of open source software on September 27th, in the public digital agency of the Paris Region called la Fonderie. 

Where: La fonderie Ile de France

When : september 27 th – 10h to 17h / Coffee with La Fonderie – Break outside

Workshop

Why is it important and useful to have open source software in the field of mobility ?

  • Introduction of Paris Open Source Summit
  • Sharing different points of view from industry, city, entrepreneurs, at national and international levels
  • A Short survey will be send before and results shared during the workshop

Overview of the workshop

  • What are the existing software available today ? example, story around and consequences.
  • What are the next developement on going and at short term ?

Presentation from different stakeholders : developer, city authority, facilitators (INRIA, CEREMA, AFIMB)

Territories :

  • PACA cf plateforme openPACA, working with Jean-Louis Zimmerman d’OSM (Carto party with SNCF stations in PACA)
  • Métro Grenoble / Metromobilité using OpenTripPlanner + plateform opendata mobility
  • Euro Région Aquitaine-Euskadi / Julien de Labaca Transfermuga with Navitia
  • Toulouse Tisseo + Toulouse (data real timel en open source)
  • Auvergne region / Auvergne mobilité (Navitia, TimeTable), Open data Auvergne. Feedbacks from M.Derouet before the workshop

Startups & consultants :

Andrew Byrd (Conveyal – OpenTripPlanner), Tristram Gräbener (CaptainTrain), Vincent Lara (projet API Le.Taxi at Etalab), Stephan de Koninck (Bliksem – Hollande,  software open source RRRR), Hugues Romain (RCS Mobility Lausanne, software open source Synthese), Vincent Picavet d’Oslandia & Aurélie Bousquet Cerema (software Tempus open source), Pieter Colpaert (OpenTransport group at OKFN), Latitude Cartagene (app web site for CarPostal), Laurent Grégoire (Mecatran https://github.com/afimb/gtfslib-python/), Christophe Duquesne (Aurige), Alban Peignier (AF83), Philippe Vappereau (RATP – Calypso using licence open source), Gilles Betis (Transdev Digital Factory), Stéphane Laurière (OW2), Sampo Hietanen (Whim – MAAS), Simon Ho ( Travel Spirit : http://www.travelspirit.io), Daniel Duris (Open source Bike Share under testing in Bratislava).

Companies :

CityWay/Transdev, Kisio/Keolis, RATP/Ixxi, SNCF, PSA, Michelin, HERE, SYSTRA

Public Authority :

  • Bernard Schwob, AFIMB
  • CEREMA
  • European Commission

Agenda – Presentations and Work in groups

Presentations of Existing Open source softwares :

  • Who/How can contribute and propose evolutions ?
  • How can we index, develop together ?
  • Feedbacks and evaluations, fail analysis …
  • How improve contribution without reducing utilisation ? Many cities authorities are in general users, but not really contributors, and industrials in general want to push their proposition but not really co-create and contribute; How can we evolve ?

Morning – Presentation of the following developments :

  • New open source softwares :
    • What are the need for the coming months ? how can we decide the most usefull development ?
    • What organisation fits to this ?

Afternoon – Works in Groups about Existing Resources, Funding , Wealths :

  • How can we manage and improve existing resources : organisation, management, evaluation, contribution,
  • How can we identify and select new resources : identification, selection, development
  • How can we provide funding ? state of the art
  • Can we provide other wealth ?
  • How can we evolve from software 100% funded by public to a community support with several contributions and fundings ?
  • Allocate 1% of budget for open source projects. This budget could be managed by FabMob.

Deliverables of the workshop :

  • Indexation : http://communs.lafabriquedesmobilites.fr/#/p/liste
  • Documentation on the wiki and github
  • Roadmap for developments
  • Identification of common needs to be co-create
  • How can we improve contribution without reducing utilisation (by transparency)
  • Create an evangelisation for open source culture for city and industry
  • Network and discussion group with a social network to be defined