First publishedon www.ITSInternational.com
A plenary session at the upcoming ITS World Congress
2018 in Copenhagen will explore the shift from owning vehicles and how mobility services could affect business and governance models.
Aimed at service providers and public transport operators, Ensuring Integrated Mobility Services will take place on 19 September at 11.00.
Panellists will cover the use of open data without distorting security, privacy and growth; whether public and private partnerships need to take a different approach; the potential need for greater investment; and digital and physical infrastructure. The discussion will also explore whether legal frameworks and regulatory regimes should be adapted.
Cees de Wijs, CEO of Dynniq, will moderate the session and the keynote speech will be delivered by Leen Balcaen, director of cities at Here Technologies.
Other speakers include Matthew Baldwin, deputy director-general for mobility and transport, DG Move, European Commission; Ole Harms, chief executive officer, Volkswagen/MOIA, Germany; Jarrett Wendt, executive vice president, Panasonic North America; and Xidi Liu, senior strategy director, DiDi Chuxing, China.