Invitation for interactive session: Safe, Efficient & Sustainable introduction of Smart Mobility
The recent edition of the KMPG Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index shows how the Netherlands and Singapore are dominant in the smart Mobility & Logistics arena. The Netherlands is ranked number one, because of its excellent infrastructure and high consumer acceptance. Singapore is ranked number two and has a high score when it comes to policy, rules and regulation. But the introduction of new mobility solutions creates new challenges. Is our existing infrastructure fit for Smart Mobility? How can we safely adopt technologies? What is the potential impact of these technologies on our cities? Are there blank spots in current policies?
|Date & Time||Wednesday 23 October – 10.30 – 13.30|
|Location||Pan Paciﬁc Singapore, Level 2, Room: Ocean 6|
|Registration||Click here to register (deadline: 16 October 2019)|
During the session we will hear about the strategy of Singapore and the Netherlands in the transition to smart and sustainable urban mobility. To get better insights in the impact of these new mobility technologies, TNO will showcase the Urban Strategy Platform used to advise government about the impact of policy measures on city planning. In smaller groups we will work on selected cases and see how industry and knowledge institutes can work together.
|10.30-10.45||Registration and pre-event-networking|
|10.45-11.15||Opening panel– Singapore and the Netherlands: smart mobility frontrunners
By Land Transport Authority of Singapore and
The Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management
|11.15-11.30||Presentation “Impact of New Urban Mobility on Cities’’ by TNO|
|11.30-11.40||Explanation cases by case owners|
|11.45-12.15||Working on cases|
|12:15-12:30||Pitches by groups|
|12.15-13.30||Session ends, start networking lunch|