Micromobility and Multimodality for a New Urban Mobility Landscape
2021 continues to mark the emergence of a new urban transport landscape. The need to cover short, “first and last mile” distances of a given journey has become one of the biggest priorities of modern cities. Among other recent innovations in this space, the deployment of dockless shared bikes and electric scooters has changed urban mobility worldwide. Cities across the Americas have not remained detached from these changes.
The FIA Smart Cities eForum – Americas will gather government representatives, industry players, mobility experts, and innovative entrepreneurs to discuss what promises the future holds for improving micromobility and multimodality. The eForum will address new consumer demand in this field, the challenge of ensuring freedom of choice in cities across the Americas post-COVID-19, as well as the benefits and opportunities for FIA Mobility Clubs.
FORUM - TEASER
A New Urban Transport Landscape
Gloria Hutt, Minister for Transport and Telecommunications of Chile
Jean Todt, President, FIA
Julian Abed, President, ANA
Hannah Brown, Chief Strategy and Business Development, Formula E
Alejandro Quintana, President, ACCHI
E-Mobility Perspectives in the Americas
Nick Albanese, Head of Intelligent Mobility, BloombergNEF
COFFEE break & visit of the exhibition hall
Making Cities Multimodal
Sandra Philips, Founder and CEO, Movmi - Shared Transportation Services
Jone Orbea, Electric Mobility Lead, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
Vicente Torres, Head of Public Affairs, Urbvan
FIA SMART CITIES GLOBAL START-UP CONTEST
Solutions for Seamless and Safe Mobility
KUHMUTE - Winner of the Americas edition for North America
Peter Deppe, Co-founder & CEO
Woocar - Winner of the Americas edition for South America
Federico Bengolea, Co-founder & CEO
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EXHIBITION FIA SMART CITIES PARTNERS & FORMULA E VIRTUAL GARAGE TOUR
The eForum will be moderated by Edie Lush, Executive Editor, Hub Culture.
It will be held in English, with simultaneous Spanish translation.