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The Mobility Hub is at the centre of industry conversations with the most senior executives across the world.
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The Greater London Authority and the London Office of Technology and Innovation are to discuss how they will respond to COVID-19 challenges by harnessing data and smart technology for the public good. This session will be critical in outlining how local government can respond to systemic shifts and use data insights to develop London’s smart infrastructure, inform future policy and build better urban resilience.As one of the leading smart cities in the world, London’s data sharing and smart city approach will set benchmarks and enable other governments worldwide to follow best practices.
In our latest Mobility & Automotive webinar feat. Arrival, IHS Markit and Lukas Neckermann we assess the latest EV and AV adoption rates, infrastructure and investment requirement, user experience alongside connected data and commercial opportunities.
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Identify the most exciting transportation and mobility trends and opportunities for the public and private sector in 2020.
Transport infrastructure is founded upon the communication of data. With the addition of satellite technology, this can become far more reliable and allow for increased innovation opportunities. Both infrastructure and vehicles alike will exchange large amounts of data allowing them to respond to changes instantaneously.
Presenter: Liz Barrow, Satellite Applications Engineer, European Space Agency
The answers to the big mobility questions MaaS can solve will be shaped by one factor: how we create a sustainable business model for MaaS.
The Uber and Lyft IPOs have place the spotlight firmly on mobility business models. Despite the billions raised, the big questions still remain; where is the long term money in mobility? Can it ever be profitable?
It will tackle key challenges including:
Identifying the business models and platform/ data management challenges underpinning MaaS to find a win-win between the commercial imperatives of mobility service providers and the sustainability aims of the public sector.
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Cities are striving to create a seamless intermodal transport experience for their citizens whilst mobility service providers are working to develop a sustainable business model for Mobility as a Service (MaaS). Yet, despite the hype, an ecosystem built on data needs to evolve before true MaaS can be achieved.
Investment in the smart cities is anticipated to hit $135 billion by 2021 (IDC). However, despite the meteoric forecasts, the investments and partnerships that will deliver growth remain in their nascent stages.
For cities and enterprise, sustainability is no longer an option. It is mandatory. But what's exciting is that it’s an impact with a double bottom line; improved quality of life for citizens and employees plus real operational results.
From electric vehicles and smart grid to distributed energy resources (DER), this webinar will tackle the tech and business models revolutionizing urban energy and sustainability.
Urban mobility requires transformation NOW! Breakdown silos, blur the lines between public and private and drive innovation through ground-breaking partnerships.
Transportation and mobility are generating incredible amounts of data. From cars to public transport to commuting patterns to roads and weather, this really is BIG data. However, the current fragmentation of the urban mobility ecosystem is impeding innovation and monetization of data.
With ambitious zero emissions goals to hit, European cities are looking to drive people out of private cars. For this to happen, there needs to be an alternative that is simply better than car ownership.
The central question remains, ‘How can cities and mobility service platforms work together to create mass adopted and sustainable mobility as a service?’
The electrification of private cars, commercial fleets and public transportation is inevitable. There’s a global movement for a cleaner, more sustainable world, and EV transport is a crucial part of that vision.
It will take a combination of regulation and incentive to move the world in that direction. While the savings in energy and maintenance already can make the switch to electric cost-effective, sweetening the deal with an incentive makes it an easier decision for fleet operators and transit agencies.
Transportation and mobility are generating incredible amounts of data. From cars to public transport to commuting patterns to roads and weather, this really is BIG data. However, the current fragmentation of the urban mobility ecosystem is impeding innovation and monetization of data. How can we Build the Urban Data Marketplace to Deliver Sustainable Mobility as a Service?
Integrating Mobility into the Data Economy
Data is set to revolutionize the future of cities and urban businesses; from mobility & transportation to energy and the built environment. However, in order to realize the benefits of the urban data economy, public and private organisations need to work together to build platforms and value propositions based on collaboration and openness. Featuring insights from these leaders:
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