11:25 -12:05

12 NOVEMBER 2020 Day 2

Autonomous EVS Revolutionising public transport

Assessing changes for city planning and infrastructure
Overcoming reliability challenges
Revolutionising public transport user experience with driverless technology
Planning and enabling the new infrastructure for electric vehicles
Increasing user acceptance of autonomous vehicles in public transport


Speaker: Magdalena Szymańska, Project Coordinator, City Hall, Gdansk

12:05 - 12:45

12 NOVEMBER 2020 Day 2

Optimising access to EV charging

Responding to consumer demands and optimising access
Working towards zero emissions cars and expanding access to public charging points
Ensuring the charging infrastructure provides ample access to charging points keeps pace with rapidly evolving technologies and business models
Planning and building the electric vehicle charging infrastructure with cooperation between private and public partners
Providing a range of charging infrastructure,
ranging from rapid DC chargers, to slow to fast AC chargers

14:00 - 14:40

12 NOVEMBER 2020 Day 2

The energy mix outlook for transport

Limiting consumption through energy efficiency gains
Technology as enabler Improved consumer choices as the ultimate route to decarbonisation
Assessing the economics of the new mobility solutions
Maximising potential environmental gains from alternative energy solutions for transport
Identifying future and emerging challenges


Speaker: Martin Russ, Managing Director, AustriaTech

14:40 - 15:20

12 NOVEMBER 2020 Day 2

Effective public private collaboration

Developing partnerships to enhance consumer choice
Creating successful partnerships across sectors including infrastructure, policy and corporates
Identifying the business models of the future
Understanding how technologies and services will be used differently
Tailoring journeys and services for places as well as individual people

15:50 - 16:30

12 NOVEMBER 2020 Day 2

Case Study: Lisbon

New deployment of innovation and tech
Improving the life of citizens with safer roads
and increased mobility
Improving climate change with reduced
GHG emissions and fuel consumption
Forecasting the impact of 5G on the future transport innovation and developments
Forecasting the impact of autonomous vehicles and implications from their introduction

16:30 - 17:10

12 NOVEMBER 2020 Day 2

Case Study: Sustainable mobility in Stockholm

Assessing the effectiveness of innovation and pilot studies
Developing a smart choice of mobility services with GoMore, SnappCar and Ubigo
Increasing the speed of major bus routes
Creating a master plan for EV charging in Stockholm and promoting installation of EV-charging facilities in multifamily houses
Providing EV-test fleets to selected target groups and test fleets of e-bikes and efreight bikes

11:00 - 11:40

11 NOVEMBER 2020 Day 1

Collaboration not competition in Multimodal

Optimising the performance of multimodal networks

Understanding ow multimodality contributes to increased public transport ridership

Including public transport operators in the MaaS ecosystem

Encouraging collaboration across the entire ecosystem

Creating a cohesive multimodal experience

11:40 -12:20

11 NOVEMBER 2020 Day 1

Elements of well-functioning MaaS market

Potential gatekeepers – data and ticketing
Finding balance in governance: enabling and framing
How to prevent and measure externalities
Why competition matters (also to users)


Speaker: Piia Karjalainen, Secretary General, MaaS Alliance

12:20 - 13:00

11 NOVEMBER 2020 Day 1

Car sharing - The German success story

The new paradigm of sharing rather than ownership

Working hand-in-hand with cities with EVs as the focus

Access to the mobility benefits of a car without requiring them to own one

Point-to-point car sharing (one-way) Peer-to-peer (P2P) car sharing

Replicating the success of the German market  with over 700,000 car sharing users

14:20 - 15:00

11 NOVEMBER 2020 Day 1

Piloting automated bus services in Helsinki

Implementing and piloting FABULOS project in Helsinki
Integrating fleets of remote-controlled automated shuttle buses in mixed traffic
Gaining user acceptance and creating a positive user experience with automated shuttles
Identifying projects that meet the needs of the city and its citizens
Developing solutions for automated vehicles, focusing on bus services as part of public transport


Speaker: Ulla-Tikkanen, Project Manager, Smart Mobility Systems and Autonomous Driving, Forum Virium Helsinki

15:00 - 15:40

11 NOVEMBER 2020 Day 1

Creating sustainable value in MaaS

Exploring evolving business models and understanding investor aims
Examining sustainable business model options
Identifying characteristics of MaaS business models that deliver economic, environmental and social
Working effectively with local government and Public transport authorities
When will MaaS be profitable?


Speaker: Hans Arby, Founder and CEO, UbiGo