Following our launch event in June, our establishing community will begin the task of drawing and connecting together the world’s current open source assets into a place within TravelSpirit, where the community can create a ‘FabMob‘ platform for collaborative innovation under the beautiful ‘cover’ of Mozilla Licensing.

For now, here are a few of our picks from around the world that might inspire you and whet your appetite:

Source Code for the open API for building cool stuff with transport data

an audio/video and chat communicator that supports a range of protocols

A full stack for bitcoin and blockchain-based applications

The world’s first low-cost and open source bike sharing system

Some python class wrappers to parse info from bike sharing networks across the world

a Java program for validating and exchanging Public Transport data. Comes with a ruby web app 

a Ruby on Rails web app for editing, reading, validating and exchanging Public Transport data

a powerful, open source object-relational database system

document database designed for ease of development and scaling

distributed version control system

open nationwide journey planning platform by HSL and Finnish Transport Agency

Automatic License Plate Recognition

Managing GSTF and SIRI Data

open-source middleware platform for the Internet of Everything

open source multi-modal trip planner

Office Software

Open-Source Subscription Billing & Payment Platform

Q&A forum, written in Django/Python and Javascript

Realtime location queries in JavaScript

Java application that can consume raw vehicle positions and generate prediction times in formats such as GTFS-realtime

Scalable intermodal route planning

OpenTraffic is a free, global traffic speed data set linked to OpenStreetMap built with open source software

web-application framework that includes everything needed to create database-backed apps