BETTER DATA FOR BETTER MOBILITY
The volume and speed at which data is generated, processed and stored today is unprecedented. It will fundamentally alter the transport sector. The fusion of data originating from connected cars, sensors, crowd-sourcing and other channels gives access to new knowledge about transport activity and flows. It also creates certain risks concerning consumer privacy and use of personal data. More than ever before, European cities are rethinking the way in which real time transport data is collected and analysed. In parallel, the volume of data produced and owned by private sector operators has increased exponentially, resulting in a growing attention to open data policies and public-private partnership models to improve the use of transport-related data.
To analyse these trends, the eForum will gather government representatives, industry players, mobility experts, and innovative entrepreneurs to discuss how to leverage data and unleash the potential of connectivity. The eForum will bring perspectives from cities and organisations working on urban matters. It will also explain challenges and opportunities faced by day-to-day mobility users, represented by FIA Mobility Clubs.
More information will be sent to registered participants.
Better Data for Better Mobility
Jean Todt, President, FIA
Changing Mobility Behaviour in the Era of Transport Digitalisation
Thierry Willemarck, Deputy President for Automobile Mobility and Tourism, FIA
Steve Gooding, Director, RAC Foundation
FORMULA E REMARKS
Formula E Sustainability Journey
Julia Pallé, Sustainability Director, Formula E
KPMG Insights: Unleashing the Data Potential
Stephen C. Beatty, Global Chairman (Non-Exec), Infrastructure and Chairman, Global Cities Center of Excellence, KPMG
Colin Earp, Global Chair for InfraTech, KPMG
COFFEE BREAK & VISIT OF THE EXPO HALL
How can Public Authorities Steer the Use of Mobility Data to Enhance Urban Transportation?
Philippe Crist, Advisor, Innovation and Foresight, International Transport Forum (ITF)
Aman Chitkara, Manager, Mobility,
World Business Council for Sustainable Development
Miquel Roca, Marketing Director, RACC
Tim Wiegels, Vice President for Data, Free Now
The Panel will be moderated by Steffen Schaefer, Head of Future Cities and Mobility, AFRY Management Consulting.
FIA SMART CITIES GLOBAL START-UP CONTEST
Innovative Solutions for Sustainable Urban Mobility
Transition-One - Winner of the European edition
Aymeric Libeau, CEO & Founder
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EXPO HALL: FIA SMART CITIES PARTNERS & STAKEHOLDERS
The eForum will be moderated by Edie Lush, Executive Editor, Hub Culture.