Resilience and adaptation to a new mobility normal
Having reacted rapidly to the disruption caused by COVID-19, the Asia-Pacific region, with its high rates of urbanisation, advanced technology industries, and consumer appetite for innovation, sits at the epicentre of some of the ground-breaking shifts in mobility and transport we are currently witnessing.
As reshaping the way we move is now a global priority, the second Season 4 FIA Smart Cities eForum, focusing on Asia-Pacific, will gather leaders from international organisations, the public and private sectors, and the FIA Community, who will bring their insights on how cities are adapting to the new mobility normal, on how real-time data are used to measure the pandemic’s impact on road users’ behaviour, and how this data can better guide the decision-making process. Experts in the field of urban transport will present and discuss the future of mobility in a COVID-19 world, looking at some of the possible scenarios for transportation and innovation in this new era.
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Welcome Words - Challenges & Opportunities
Jean Todt, FIA President
Opening Remarks - New Approaches for a New Reality
Andrew McKellar, FIA Secretary General for Automobile Mobility and Tourism
Jamie Reigle, CEO, Formula E Holdings
Futures of Mobility: Scenarios for Transportation in a Post-Coronavirus World
Andrey Berdichevskiy, Director, Future of Mobility Solution Centre, Deloitte
Innovation in Urban Mobility in a COVID-19 World
Frank Mühlon, Head of Global Business for E-mobility Infrastructure Solutions, ABB
Madan Regmi, Economic Affairs Officer, UNESCAP
Anne Still, General Manager, Public Policy and Mobility, Royal Automobile Club Western Australia
Shwetha Surender, Industry Principal, New Mobility, Frost & Sullivan
FIA SMART CITIES global START-UP CONTEST
Towards Greener Cities
Aurassure - Winner of the Asian edition
powered by MassChallenge
EXPO HALL - FIA SMART CITIES PARTNERS & FORMULA E VIRTUAL GARAGE TOUR
The eForum will be moderated by Edie Lush, Executive Editor, Hub Culture.