Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum

Developing intelligent and autonomous transport - innovation, infrastructure and regulation

Morning, Tuesday, 28th January 2020

Central London

THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED



This seminar will examine the next steps for developing intelligent and autonomous transport.


It will be a timely opportunity for policymakers and stakeholders to assess the way forward for connected and autonomous vehicles, smart transport systems, and future mobility, with discussion expected on:


  • Developing the infrastructure to support growth;
  • The future regulatory landscape; and
  • Supporting innovation in the sector.

It is taking place against the backdrop of significant developments in policy and regulation, including:



Speakers


There will be keynote addresses at this conference from: Catherine Lovell, Deputy Head, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Department for Transport and Mark Westwood, Chief Technology Officer, Connected Places Catapult.


Further speakers include: Ben Boutcher-West, Head of Mobility, AppyWay; Steve Gooding, Director, RAC Foundation; Peter Stephens, Head of UK External & Government Affairs, Nissan; Lizi Stewart, Managing Director, UK Transportation, Atkins; Danielle Walsh, Director, Future Cities and New Industries, HSBC; Dr Joanna White, Head of Intelligent Transport Systems Group, Highways England; David Williams, Managing Director, Underwriting and Technical Services, AXA Insurance and Brian Wong, Director, Burges Salmon.


Lord Rosser, Shadow Spokesperson for Transport has kindly agreed to chair this seminar.


The agenda


Keynote contribution and panel discussions:


  • Intelligent and autonomous transport - key developments and priorities;
  • Developing the infrastructure and regulatory framework - including data use, integration, security, and future-proofing of roadside infrastructure;
  • Insurance and vehicle autonomy - emerging issues;
  • Using data-driven models for ride sharing and demand responsive transport networks; and
  • Innovation - priorities including creating connected places and a more intelligent transport network.

Case studies:


  • Next steps in developing connected and autonomous vehicles;
  • Developing city-wide approaches to future mobility; and
  • Engaging road users and designing systems to meet user demand.


Keynote Speakers

Catherine Lovell

Deputy Head, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Department for Transport

Mark Westwood

Chief Technology Officer, Connected Places Catapult

Keynote Speakers

Steve Gooding

Director, RAC Foundation

Catherine Lovell

Deputy Head, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Department for Transport

Mark Westwood

Chief Technology Officer, Connected Places Catapult

Chair

Lord Rosser

Shadow Spokesperson for Transport, House of Lords

Speakers

Danielle Walsh

Director, Future Cities and New Industries, HSBC

Lizi Stewart

Managing Director, UK Transportation, Atkins

Dr Joanna White

Head of Intelligent Transport Systems Group, Highways England

David Williams

Managing Director, Underwriting and Technical Services, AXA Insurance

Brian Wong

Director, Burges Salmon

Ben Boutcher-West

Head of Mobility, AppyWay

Peter Stephens

Head of UK External & Government Affairs, Nissan

Michael Hurwitz

Director of Transport Innovation, Transport for London