SMART MOBILITY


SMART MOBILITY


How will Rail remain a key player in the development of smart mobility platforms? How can urban operators work effectively with new transport providers? Evaluating business models, technologies and power plays in the new world of smart mobility, join us for productive and topical discussions around the future of mobility See agenda

 

 

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SMART MOBILITY, Tuesday 3 December 2019

12:00

Welcome Networking Lunch

EXPANDING MAAS SERVICES

Giancarlo Scaramelli
SMART MOBILITY
13:30

From public transport operator to mobility provider: the challenges

  • Discover how Transdev are solving mobility issues throughout the Netherlands and globally
  • Understand how they are combining types of service when it comes to rural vs. urban MaaS
  • Comprehend the culture changes needed for true MaaS to be successful
Caroline Simmerman
SMART MOBILITY
13:50

Extending the traveller journey to first and last mile

  • Connecting taxis and PHVs fleets, making them available to book through one single interface
  • Integrating new tech into the operators’ existing e-commerce systems (websites, apps) with ease, reducing any dependencies
  • Evaluating the benefits of increasing services offered to users, as well as new revenue streams
Anna Mayerthaler
SMART MOBILITY
14:10

Expanding MaaS services on a national scale

  • Designing a platform for Europe’s first nationally integrated MaaS offering that meets passenger needs
  • Providing mobility solutions to less densely populated regions
  • Collaborating with rail and other operators to create flexible transport solutions
Panel discussion
SMART MOBILITY
14:25

Panel: What are the challenges in deployment of new mobility services?

  • How can data be used, and new interfaces be designed to best suit passenger needs?
  • How will global players with ‘closed’ stacks of services affect urban and rural smart mobility?
  • Where do rail operators fit into the bigger mobility picture?
15:00

Afternoon Networking Coffee

ON-DEMAND & MICROMOBILITY

Shigeru Takagi
SMART MOBILITY
16:00

Understanding the evolving challenges of smart mobility

  • Identifying the challenges to on-demand transport services such as micro-mobility
  • Consider the most efficient digital framework for on-demand and shared mobility networks
  • Discuss how larger operators can collaborate with agile networks as demands for transport services evolve
Mark Anderson
SMART MOBILITY
16:30

Changing perceptions of public transport and mobility through understanding the first and last mile

  • Incentivising passengers to utilise public transport
  • Meeting customer expectations for seamless digital mobility experiences
  • Enabling passengers to make journey choices based on new factors
round tables
SMART MOBILITY
17:00

Mobility Roundtables

Our popular round table sessions will be back, giving you the opportunity to get involved in a discussion around critical challenges, opportunities and technologies which impacting the future of the industry
Creating national MaaS pilots: what are the best approaches for PTOs?
Eric Mink

Eric Mink, Program Manager, MaaS, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management

How can collaboration with other brands create interconnection between services and provide a smoother door-to-door experience?
Alban Gelix

Alban Gelix, Business Development Manager, BlaBlaCar

How can PTOs collaborate among themselves, the cities and remain relevant with MaaS on the horizon?
Mar Pallas Poy

Mar Pallas Poy, Vice President Europe Market Development, Scoot

17:40

Welcome Networking Drinks

last published: 13/Nov/19 16:05
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