Discover more about the topics and technologies that were discussed at the 2019 conference, via a series of exclusive interviews with a selection of our expert speakers.
James Tillyer, founder and consultant of Transformotion, introduces Steer to Career, an EU-funded project that seeks to reduce the future impact of mass commercial driver redundancies resulting from the advent of autonomous trucks.
With the number of public transport users set to rise, Silvia Bernkopf, business development, dynamic transportation systems, Center for Mobility Systems, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, discusses how pedestrian simulation can help prevent overcrowding in transportation
Stoyan Nikolov is a test analyst at McLaren Applied Technologies in London, UK, where he is responsible for the testing activities on connectivity driving projects. He will give a presentation about the challenges in testing connected vehicles.
Eric Mink, program manager of MaaS at The Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, the Netherlands, will give a presentation at this year’s Future of Transportation World Conference titled Toward open MaaS and optimization: impact on (future) policy as part of Stream 6: Mobility as a Service.