December 10 & 11, 2019
Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Center, Vienna, Austria

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Speaker Interviews

Discover more about the topics and technologies to be discussed at this year's conference, via a series of exclusive interviews with a selection of our expert speakers.


The importance of international collaboration

Daniel Ruiz, CEO, Zenzic, emphasizes cyber security, communication standards and global cooperation as key in achieving connected and automated mobility (CAM)

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How EU funding supports transport research and innovation

Ever wondered what EU grants were available to help fund transport innovation? Richard Ferrer, senior project manager, head of Innovation Team, European Commission, INEA, reveals all...

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Rise of the road pilots

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.

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Future city planning in Japan – emerging opportunities in Mobility as a Service

Takehiro Miyoshi, senior manager, alliance product and tech planning department, Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, Japan, on the latest from the OEM's 'robot taxi' trials

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Preventing overcrowding – pedestrian simulation in virtual environments

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

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How can digitization reduce traffic congestion?

Tamy Ribeiro, chief evangelist and head of partnerships of Wunder Mobility in Germany, explains how digitization can make the world a better place to live in, one traffic jam at a time

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New mobility adoption through human-centered design

Adam Loewy, studio and design director at UK design consultancy Tangerine, considers how design should influence future transportation.

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Autonomous shuttles and bus rapid transit: Understanding the value and risks

Maud Bernard, innovative transportation systems program director at Systra, examines the value of autonomous shuttles and where they might be included in a future transportation network

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The International Energy Agency’s Global EV Outlook 2019

Jacopo Tattini, transport and energy analyst at the International Energy Agency in France, discusses the status of electric mobility and explores its future development.

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Urban air mobility revolution with ASX

Dr Anita Sengupta, chief product officer/co-founder, Airspace Experience Technologies (ASX), USA talks about how autonomous air taxis are coming to an airspace near you.

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The implementation of SNCF’s sustainable energy roadmap

Olivier Menuet, president of SNCF Energie in France, will discuss the implementation of SNCF’s sustainable energy roadmap at The Future of Transportation World Conference.

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The challenges in testing connected vehicles

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.

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Improving accessible transportation around the world

Malcom Glenn, head of global policy, accessibility and underserved communities, Uber, USA, will give a presentation titled: Improving accessible transportation around the world.

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Toward open MaaS and optimization: impact on (future) policy

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.

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