TO BE PUBLISHED February 2020
This conference will examine the next steps for developing intelligent and autonomous transport.
The conference will be a timely opportunity to discuss the future of 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.
Key stakeholders and policymakers will discuss priorities for the new parliament, against the backdrop of significant developments in policy and regulation, including:
- 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, AppyWay; Steve Gooding, RAC Foundation; Michael Hurwitz, Transport for London; Peter Stephens, Nissan; Lizi Stewart, Atkins; Danielle Walsh, HSBC; Dr Joanna White, Highways England; David Williams, AXA Insurance; and Brian Wong, Burges Salmon.
Lord Rosser, Shadow Spokesperson for Transport has kindly agreed to chair this seminar.
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.
- 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.
Price: £95 PLUS VAT
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