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24-25 June 2019|THE NETHERLANDS

EUROPE'S FIRST MOBILITY DATA SUMMIT

Conference at a Glance

Day One

Data Analytics and Mobility Business Models:
08:30 - 09:00
Where’s the Money? Monetising Urban Mobility

The urban mobility revolution has started. But face reality; despite the promise and some huge valuations, there’s yet to emerge a sustainable business model for monetising mobility. Tackle issues surrounding the value of data, business models (from e-hailing to micro mobility) and value add services

08:30 - 09:00
Break Down the Silos: The Open Transportation Data Platform

A shared data repository will be key for the whole mobility ecosystem to coordinate urban transportation on a large scale. But where is the incentive for stakeholders to share their data? Break down the walled garden approach and deliver an open data ‘platform of platforms’ for urban transportation.

08:30 - 09:00
V2X: Transportation Data Drives the Smart City

The tipping point in terms of vehicle connectivity has been reached. However, cities are yet to fully capitalise on the vehicle’s interaction with the connected built environment. Harness the data from vehicle interaction with infrastructure, networks, pedestrians and other vehicles to create a seamlessly connected urban environment.

08:30 - 09:00
The Mobility Data Audit: Turn Dumb assets into Smart Data

Cities don’t have all the data they need but they do have access to a plethora of transportation data and infrastructure, which is woefully underutilised. Deliver solutions powered by pre-existing data set to give cities and operators access valuable insights without large capital investment.

08:30 - 09:00
Data Privacy and Data Governance

Real-time data-driven urban mobility networks will require a diffuse range of stakeholders to access, process and share data. These complex public private partnerships (P3s) come with strict challenges around the privacy and governance of these data sets. Is your current data governance strategy compliant with GDPR legislation? Don’t get caught out!

08:30 - 09:00
Vehicle to Grid – E-Mobility and the Grid

The electric mobility future will provide serious challenges to the integrity of the grid. Utilities will need to leverage data for interconnected distributed energy networks to mitigate and then capitalize on this. See how vehicle to grid technology will enable this and create a sustainable business model for urban e-mobility through a new urban energy marketplace.

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Mobility as a Service
08:30 - 09:00
Doing Micro Mobility Right - Public and Private in Harmony

Micro mobility service such as dock-less bikes and e-scooters are taking European cities by storm. Learn from the mistakes of early deployments and adapt a collaborative P3 approach for launching new micro mobility services. Negate negative effects including distribution theft and vandalism to enable low cost shared final mile solutions.

08:30 - 09:00
The Shared Mobility Conundrum - Solving Problems, Not Creating Them!

Since their inception, the relationship between shared mobility providers and European cities has been tumultuous. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Mobility providers have data cities want and cities are to gatekeepers for licenses to operate. Create a win-win approach where mobility service providers deliver services which enhance public infrastructure, offers consumers a choice and takes vehicles off the road!

08:30 - 09:00
A Single Interface for Intermodal Mobility

Getting from A to B the quickest often means combining several modes of transport. Aggregation of real time data lies at the centre of the intermodal mobility. Unleash the power of AI/Machine Learning to enable commuters the flexibility of intermodal mobility by providing them with real time data updates on the urban transportation ecosystem in a single interface.

08:30 - 09:00
Autonomous Vehicles – Real World Test Bed

Closed Loop or real urban environment? Provide a test bed for AVs in order to increase public awareness and ease perception around the tech. Collaborate on pilots i.e. campus shuttles, airports, robo-taxis etc., gather important data sets, engage consumers and understand in which use cases autonomy makes sense.

08:30 - 09:00
Managing Urban Assets for Future MaaS

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) has already dramatically changed the urban landscape and with the autonomous vehicle (AV) set to hit the roads soon, cities need to be ready. Discuss the need to start planning their cities for MaaS and AVs; from curb drop-off management to decrease in parking demand/revenue to priority lanes for shared mobility service vehicles.

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Smart Public Transportation:
08:30 - 09:00
Using Data for Optimising Public Transportation Distribution

Transportation distribution optimisation is impossible without the access to the whole picture. Leverage data from a variety of third-party sources to integrate shared mobility with public transportation through efficient resource distribution and create a public transport network that is reflective of the real-time realities of modern cities

08:30 - 09:00
Payments: Enabling a Seamless Commuter Experience

For cities to tempt people out of private vehicles and onto public transportation, a simple and seamless experience for commuters is required. Open APIs to third parties to allow a seamless but secure commuter payment experience through third party collaboration.

08:30 - 09:00
Equitable Transportation - Empowering the Citizen

For too long the smart city paradigm has been discussed at a high level without putting the focus on the majority who it will affect; the citizens. Take a step back and empower citizens within transportation policy decision by taking a community approach. Develop assessible new mobility services and optimise existing modes to really benefit the many not the few.

08:30 - 09:00
Green Public Transportation – Cities Leading the Way

Cities need to go green in order to meet the ambitious decarbonation targets for Europe. The electrification of public transportation will be crucial to achieving these goals. Tackle the challenges surrounding charging infrastructure, route optimisation, maintenance and total cost of ownership. Evaluate when electric public transportation meets both sustainability and operational requirements.

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Urban Logistics and the Last Mile
08:30 - 09:00
Last Mile Congestion in Urban Centres

The ‘Amazonification’ of today’s connected consumer has created expectations for on-demand services and next day or even same day delivery. If not managed correctly this leads to an increase of delivery vehicles and ultimately an increase of inner-city congestion. Work with express companies to enhance route optimisation and logistics planning.

08:30 - 09:00
Micro Hubs: The Starting Line for the Final Mile

It’s time for cities to take back control of the last mile. Evaluate the viability of micro hubs within city centres to facilitate final mile deliveries from all providers. For what goods would this model be feasible? Can it increase the number of low-emission vehicles on the road? Will it solve inner city congestion at peak hours?

08:30 - 09:00
Future Last Mile Deliveries: Drones & Automation Take Center Stage

The future of logistics will not be manned delivery vehicles on the ground but a mixture of light weight aerial and ground autonomous vehicles. Tackle the challenges blocking the launch of these services (i.e. legislation, hyper-localised weather, insurance etc.). When will this be a reality in our cities?

08:30 - 09:00
Smart Parking: The Win-Win for Cities

Vehicles searching for parking spaces is one of the most prominent contributors to congestion within cities. Identify how smart parking can be the key to driving revenue, reducing congestion and changing vehicle usage habits.

08:30 - 09:00
Centralised Traffic Management for Smart Distribution

Centralise traffic management and make data driven decisions to reduce congestion, prioritise public/ shared transportation, enable a more effective response to traffic incidents and ultimately reduce pollution on a city-wide scale.

08:30 - 09:00
Super-Charging Urban EV Charging Infrastructure

Electric vehicle charging infrastructure availability is one of the leading factors impeding the adoption of electric vehicles. Build partnerships to enable a healthy mixture of public and private investment and tackle the barriers around cost, deployment, distribution and maintenance.

Luke James

Luke James

Director
IMPACT>CITIES

UK: +44 (0) 207 375 7589

Email: ljames@impactconf.com

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