ITS New Zealand is hosting New Zealand's first International Forum on Autonomous Vehicles for Public Transport.
Held on 8-9 February 2023 in Queenstown, on New Zealand's South Island, it will explore how shared autonomous vehicles are expected to play a key part in creating seamless urban mobility journey options while improving economics, safety and sustainability.
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ITSNZ is partnering with Ohmio for the event, which has a strong international line-up of speakers to talk about first- and last-mile challenges and solutions.
Simon Kingham, Te Manatu Waka / NZ Ministry of Transport
Young-Jun Moon (Korea), Korean Transport Institute Director
Joost Vantomme (Belgium) Ertico CEO, (online only)
Susan Harris (Aus), CEO, ITS Australia
Jerry Towler (USA) Assistant Director Robotics, South West Research Institute
You-Jun Choi (Korea) Korean Automotive Technology Institute Principal Researcher, Briefing on the Sejong Smart City deployment project
Rita Excell (Aus), Head of Transport ANZ, Amazon Web Services
Lee McKenzie, Manager Future Transport, Waka Kotahi the New Zealand Transport Agency
Mohammed Hikmet, Executive Chairman, HMI Technologies/Ohmio Automotion
Dean Zabrieszach (Aus), CEO, HMI Technologies/Ohmio Automotion
-Robert Sykora (Luxembourg), Director Europe, Ohmio Automotion
- Andrew Mehaffey (Aus) Ohmio Director International Business Development, Briefing on Australian 5G/Disabled & Elderly Passenger Trials
- Phillip Walsh (Aus), YUNEX Director Business Development Australia and New Zealand
- Nial O’Brien (Aus), Aurecon Global Capability Leader for Roads
More speakers will be confirmed, ITSNZ says.