Open Mobility Conference 2019
Titre : Open Mobility Conference 2019
Type d'événement (liste déroulante) : Conférence
Description : How can we create new mobility services that can be easily deployed, scaled and integrated seamlessly with existing provision? What does an open ecosystem and Internet of Mobility look like and what opportunities does it create? Why is openness so important?
These are the questions on the table at the Open Mobility Conference 2019. This one day conference, in Brussels on 11th April, will bring together innovators, disruptive thinkers, transport authorities, mobility operators, technology providers and infrastructure developers in a unique co-creative environment to start building answers these questions.
Tags : travelspirit, open mobility
Thème : Données ouvertes, Logiciel Libre, Collectivité
Lieu : Bruxelles
Journée : 2019/04/11
Horaires : 9h-18h
Référent organisation :
Panel Discussion : What does an open ecosystem look like for transportation? What are the technological, regulatory and industry culture related preconditions for openness and the necessary investments required for MaaS to scale?
How Antwerp became a leading ecosystem for smart mobility? Koen Kennis, Vice Mayor of the city of Antwerp, responsible for mobility
9 workshops : A range of interactive sessions to stimulate debate and action.
- The Open Source Paradigm in mobility (Susanne Ritzmann Open Source Lab)
- Data governance models for public sector (James Gleave TravelSpirit Foundation)
- How blockchain can enable open ecosystems (Simon Herko Iconic Blockchain/ TravelSpirit Foundation and Vincent Schlatt Fraunhofer FIT )
- Impacts of connected & autonomous vehicles (Ross Douglas CEO of Autonomy Paris)
- Can you really own your customers? (Olivier Zingg RouteRank)
- From legacy systems to ecosystems (Erwin Vermassen ERTICO - ITS Europe)
- Open indexes clinic for cities (Warwick Goodall PA Consulting)
- Incorporating active travel into the business (Sandra Witzel Skedgo)
- Lessons from emerging economies (Helen Morrisey Oxford University)