In the age of digitalisation, many have seen a change in their lifestyle choices. Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS), the potential use of Autonomous Vehicles (AV) and improvement in travel planning have created a more optimal and consumer-friendly mobility system. This might cause a shift away from personally-owned modes of transportation and towards mobility provided as a service. On the other hand, COVID-19 is causing new challenges, and shared mobility might prove to be less desirable. How will this impact the short term developments and what can be expected in the longer term? How can solution providers respond to the current situation and plan for the near and long-term future?
Join us for this event where we discuss how science and technology innovation will improve sustainability, accessibility and overall optimisation of mobility systems, and how the urban mobility industry can find growth opportunities. Hear more from our speakers, as they share current trends, effects of COVID-19 and how AI impacts and accelerates technical possibilities for AV’s and revolutionise urban mobility trends.
Members of the panel discussion:
- Olaf op den Camp, Senior Consultant, Integrated Vehicle Safety Department of TNO (Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research)
- Alexandra Stoica, Product Manager, AI in Motion
- Akash Passey, Senior Vice President, Volvo Bus Corporation
- James Fu, Director of Technology, Motional
The moderator of the discussion is Emilia Silvas, Cluster Program Manager and Scientist, Integrated Vehicle Safety Department of TNO. Also Chair of the working group Mobility, Logistics and Transport, NL AIC.
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