Two days, over 30 inspiring presentations
The TaaS Technology team are currently shortlisting the speakers to invite for the 2019 conference. To view the 2018 event details, click here.
The presentations will be based around our key topics which collectively provide complete coverage of the CAVs & Future Mobility industry. If you are interested in speaking, please contact email@example.com or call +44 (0)24 76718970
Key topics covered
Where are we at with the technology and how far are we from CAVs becoming a reality. Sensors, AI, Connectivity, Mapping, Software, Data, AV Deployment, Safety, Security and Testing will be covered.
How will CAVs and TaaS impact the logistics industry? A ground-breaking change. That’s how the logistics industry worldwide is foreseeing the incoming of the autonomous vehicles technology in warehousing, logistics and supply chain management, and last-mile deliveries, among other crucial areas of this business.
For transportation agencies, the future of mobility offers the promise of fixing a range of challenges, from congestion and inequitable access to public safety and sustainability. But creating and maintaining a new mobility ecosystem will require rethinking traditional ways of doing business. Changes to planning, policy and legislation will need to be driven by central government. We will also cover the ethics topic and making sure that AI still serves us as we enter the new mobility revolution.
How will the rise of carsharing and self-driving vehicles alter the landscape for auto financiers? It might dramatically change the number and size of loans—and who needs them. Increasingly, customers will be not individual car owners but businesses. We will also explore financing models for companies in the industry and how they can achieve the investment needed to further develop their solutions.
It may be over 100 years old, but the auto industry is being redrawn, recrafted and reborn before our eyes. Technology-driven trends will revolutionise how industry players respond to changing consumer behavior, develop partnerships, and drive transformational change. Traditional car manufacturers and auto suppliers will have to adapt, otherwise there is a strong danger they will fall by the wayside, as many traditional phone companies did when the smartphone hit the market. We will look to explore future mobility trends and how car manufacturers and auto suppliers will have to adapt to make sure they still have a place in the new transport revolution. MaaS, mobility centres and pathways to get there. Transition from product to service.
The focus is beginning to move away from the high level strategy to the real life implementation and practical - will we see CAVs and future mobility in the time lines which are being suggested?
So where will the future of urban mobility take us? We explore some of the exciting developments happening, away from traditional forms of mobility. Multi modal and micro mobility will be 2 key topics tackled.
Automobiles changed and shaped the world we live in. CAVs and Future Mobility will have an equally large but different impact, are we are aware, let alone ready? This topic will also cover inclusive mobility - how do we cater for the disabled, elderly and young children in the future of mobility?