Track: Mobility

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Tuesday 16
09:00h
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 09:00 16-11-2021 18:00 Europe/Madrid Tomorrow.Mobility Digital Program will begin on Thursday, November 18th www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel
10:00h
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 10:00 16-11-2021 12:00 Europe/Madrid Urban Mobility Trends 2021: User Experience in MAD & BCN

Mobility Institute event, exclusively for members, in which data from our mobility barometer for Madrid and Barcelona will be presented.

After that, we will have a discussion with some of the most influential leaders of the public administration and private companies.

Zone CC1 – 1.4

Urban Mobility Trends 2021: User Experience in MAD & BCN

Mobility #Future Mobility, #Intelligent Mobility, #Last Mile, #MaaS, #Micro Mobility, #Multimodal, #Shared Mobility, #Zero Emissions
10:00h - 12:00h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
Mobility Institute
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 10:30 16-11-2021 11:15 Europe/Madrid Present and Future of the Demand Responsive Transport

Demand responsive transport is a flexible form of mobility that adapts a service of public or private transport such as buses, minibuses, shuttles or taxis to the demands of its users reducing emissions. On this session moderated by the EIT UM, speakers from the main stakeholders of the DRT system will discuss about the present and future opportunities of this flexible and adaptable mode of transport in the (post)-pandemic context.

Moderator:
Martí Massot - Innovation Manager IH South, EIT Urban Mobility

Speakers:
Paula Johanna Adamson - CSO, AUVE TECH
Tamara Djukic - Head of Research Projects, AIMSUN
Joao Vieira - Director for strategy and innovation, CARRIS
Martí Jofre - CEO, NEMI

Expo Area – Innovation Zone

Present and Future of the Demand Responsive Transport

Mobility #Autonomous Vehicles, #Connected Devices, #Connected Vehicles, #Future Mobility, #Intelligent Transport Systems, #MaaS, #On-demand Mobility, #Public Transport
10:30h - 11:15h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
EIT Urban Mobility
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 10:30 16-11-2021 12:00 Europe/Madrid Just Move – and Stay Healthy!

How can we increase active mobility in cities? We need a modal shift from private motorised vehicles to active mobility showing a decrease in noise and air pollution and increasing healthy city living. Walkability, cycling, governance and strategic planning play an essential role when it comes to boost active mobility in cities.

Congress Area – TMWC Room
11:00h
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 11:25 16-11-2021 12:20 Europe/Madrid Citizens’ Future Mobility

- Homyhub: manage access to your garage.
- Shotl: mobility platform that empowers public transport operators to supply on-demand mobility services through a network of vans and small buses
- Fluctuo: Europe’s leading aggregator of data on shared mobility services
- Auve Tech: building the world’s most flexible last-mile transportation ecosystem with our autonomous shuttles
- Knot: universal docking and charging infrastructure for scooter sharing services
- Dashbike: tools to increase the cycling safety and improve the cycling infrastructure
- Nemi: flexibilizing bus services to make them more efficient, inclusive and sustainable
- Qucit: using artificial intelligence to assist operators and communities to increase their bike share ridership
- Living Map: connecting places with people
- Block: smart and secure bicycle docking stations to foster urban micromobility and end bike theft!

Expo Area – Innovation Zone

Citizens’ Future Mobility

Mobility #Active Mobility, #Connected Vehicles, #Future Mobility, #Individual Mobility, #Last Mile, #Micro Mobility, #On-demand Mobility, #Public Transport, #Scooter, #Smart Parking, #Zero Emissions
11:25h - 12:20h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
EIT Urban Mobility, Tomorrow.Mobility
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 11:30 16-11-2021 12:15 Europe/Madrid The New Mobility Landscape

Adequate mobility options are a crucial component of a thriving urban culture and a vibrant city economy. Plummeting ridership during the COVID-19 pandemic pushed many public transport systems toward fiscal crisis. However, new patterns of living and working that have emerged during the pandemic provide an opportunity to change the way we get around cities. How have advancements in technology and evolving customer needs changed the way cities and transportation players think about the future of urban mobility

You can join this Online session here.

www.tomorrow.city – City Possible Channel

The New Mobility Landscape

Mobility #E-mobility, #Individual Mobility, #Intelligent Transport Systems, #Mass Transit, #Multimodal, #On-demand Mobility, #Payment Systems, #Public Transport, #Shared Mobility
11:30h - 12:15h (GMT+)
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 11:30 16-11-2021 12:15 Europe/Madrid The New Mobility Landscape

Adequate mobility options are a crucial component of a thriving urban culture and a vibrant city economy. Plummeting ridership during the COVID-19 pandemic pushed many public transport systems toward fiscal crisis. However, new patterns of living and working that have emerged during the pandemic provide an opportunity to change the way we get around cities. How have advancements in technology and evolving customer needs changed the way cities and transportation players think about the future of urban mobility

You can join this Online session here.

 
Expo Area – City Possible Plaza

The New Mobility Landscape

Mobility #E-mobility, #Individual Mobility, #Intelligent Transport Systems, #Mass Transit, #Multimodal, #On-demand Mobility, #Payment Systems, #Public Transport, #Shared Mobility
11:30h - 12:15h (GMT+)
12:00h
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 12:30 16-11-2021 14:00 Europe/Madrid Using EU Recovery Funds to Promote Transition to Green Mobility

The de-carbonisation of both public and private urban modes of transport is a key factor for achieving the EU’s political goal to be climate-neutral by 2050 – an economy with net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. This session gives an inspirational overview about how many EU member states will use the post-covid EU Recovery Funds to fuel this transition.

Congress Area – TMWC Room
13:00h
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 13:30 16-11-2021 15:00 Europe/Madrid EIT Urban Mobility Ready2Scale III Pitching Event

The 15 most promising start-ups selected for the ScaleTHENGlobal programme of the EIT Urban Mobility will present themselves and their disruptive solutions. Don’t miss the chance to meet them!

The selected participants are:

- ASIMOB
- Auve Tech
- Dashfactory GmbH
- Elonroad
- fluctuo
- HOMYHUB
- KNOT
- Meep
- Nivel
- ottobahn
- Parkio
- Shotl
- Smart Point
- Vianova
- VONZU Tech

Expo Area – Innovation Zone

EIT Urban Mobility Ready2Scale III Pitching Event

Mobility #Active Mobility, #Autonomous Vehicles, #Connected Vehicles, #Future Mobility, #International Projection, #On-demand Mobility, #Shared Mobility, #Start-ups
13:30h - 15:00h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
EIT Urban Mobility
14:00h
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 14:30 16-11-2021 16:00 Europe/Madrid Urban Logistics: I Want It All and I Want It Now!

Owing to the COVID-19 crisis, the online shopping trend grew as consumers were simultaneously pushed by fear and convenience to e-commerce solutions. The market responded. The cost for cities in carbon emission and traffic congestion is real. How do we best respond to the “I want it all and I want it now” society? How can cities manage local logistics challenges such as the increase in local deliveries – nudge, innovate or regulate?

Congress Area – TMWC Room
15:00h
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 15:15 16-11-2021 16:00 Europe/Madrid Meet the Mobility Solutions that will Reinvent Tourism

With support of Fira de Barcelona, organizers of Smart City Expo World Congress and Tomorrow Mobility World Congress; and FYCMA (Palacio de Feria y Congresos de Málaga), organizers of Greencities and S-Moving, Andalucía Emprende has selected 5 startups with the most disruptive and impactful solutions to mobility challenges in the tourism industry.

The focus will be on start-ups with projects that improve mobility in the form of greater efficiency, reduction of pollution or increased security, for tourists as well as citizens.

These are projects of particular interest as they are all designed to reinforce the positioning and operation of Smart Tourist Destinations (STD).

Expo Area – Innovation Zone

Meet the Mobility Solutions that will Reinvent Tourism

Mobility #Active Mobility, #Low Carbon Mobility, #Mobility Planning, #Multimodal, #On-demand Mobility, #Public Transport, #Scooter, #Shared Mobility, #Smart Traffic
15:15h - 16:00h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
Andalucía Emprende
16:00h
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 16:15 16-11-2021 16:45 Europe/Madrid Creating a Pan-European Mobility Ecosystem

MobilitEU aims to achieve seamless mobility for travelers through an open pan-European ecosystem by facilitating cooperation between mobility providers, cities and other parties.

MobilitEU enables people to plan, book, pay and travel on an easy way within the European Union. It provides cities insights in mobility with a smart dashboard and connects the dots in their city to optimize mobility. MobilitEU is a project of EIT Urban Mobility funded by the European Institute of Innovation & Technology.

Expo Area – Innovation Zone

Creating a Pan-European Mobility Ecosystem

Mobility
16:15h - 16:45h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
MobilitEU
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 16:30 16-11-2021 18:00 Europe/Madrid Europe’s Transition to Zero Carbon Mobility

Climate emergency has led Europe to commit to a 40% reduction of its carbon emissions by 2030 and become a climate neutral continent by 2050. Mobility plays a key role in reaching these targets, while cities account for 70% of global carbon emissions. Achieving a carbon neutral urban mobility is of paramount importance, as it is assessing different strategies to make the journey affordable and ensure maximum benefits at the lowest possible cost.

Congress Area – TMWC Room
18:00h
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 18:00 16-11-2021 18:45 Europe/Madrid Mobility Innovation Marketplace, Showcasing the Mobility of Tomorrow!

Just launched: the Mobility Innovation Marketplace, showcasing the mobility of tomorrow!
Are you an innovator seeking more visibility for your innovative product? Are you are searching for a mobility solution for your city? Then this is the marketplace for you!

Join our platform for free and promote your solution in the reference marketplace for urban mobility! Find 50 of the most innovative solutions providing sustainable mobility in cities. Stay up to speed on the latest advances in the sector by accessing our exclusive content, including best practices of how cities are successfully implementing novel solutions!

Expo Area – Innovation Zone

Mobility Innovation Marketplace, Showcasing the Mobility of Tomorrow!

Mobility #Best Practices, #Digitized Interactive Platforms, #Global cities, #Innovation Ecosystems, #Partnerships, #Smart City, #Start-ups
18:00h - 18:45h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
EIT Urban Mobility
Wednesday 17
09:00h
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 09:00 17-11-2021 18:00 Europe/Madrid Tomorrow.Mobility Digital Program will begin on Thursday, November 18th www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 09:30 17-11-2021 10:00 Europe/Madrid Mark Major: Delivering on the Promises of Sustainable Urban Mobility

There is a broad consensus on the vision for sustainable urban mobility that is essential for human development and a stable climate. In this keynote address Mark Major will focus on how to equitably and rapidly deliver the transformations necessary to ensure the success of cities, improve quality of life and stabilize the climate.

Congress Area - Auditorium
10:00h
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 10:00 17-11-2021 11:30 Europe/Madrid Without a train there is no city – Stand C164

The importance of the railway in the configuration of the metropolises of the 21st century.

Expo Area - Partner Activity
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 10:30 17-11-2021 11:30 Europe/Madrid Climate-neutrality by 2030: Mission Possible?

Beyond a R&I effort, the new delivery method proposed by the European Commission with the Missions, intends to align all the stars to bring transformational changes to life, from beating cancer to fight and adapt to climate change. In particular, the Mission on Climate-neutral and smart cities aims at supporting the first 100 European cities to reach climate-neutrality by 2030, leading the way to the rest of the continent.

Congress Area - Auditorium
11:00h
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 11:15 17-11-2021 12:00 Europe/Madrid Start-ups: how can EIT Urban Mobility support you in 2022?

EIT Urban Mobility is an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). Since January 2019 we have been working to encourage positive changes in the way people move around cities in order to make them more liveable places. We aim to become the largest European initiative transforming urban mobility. Co-funding of up to € 400 million (2020-2026) from the EIT, a body of the European Union, will help make this happen.

Business Creation aims to become the reference in the market for supporting and funding gender-balanced startups within urban mobility. Our tools are:
- Funding through grants and equity investments
- Knowledge and training through partner-led programmes
- Networking and hot lead introductions through dedicated support to our equity portfolio companies

Expo Area – Innovation Zone

Start-ups: how can EIT Urban Mobility support you in 2022?

Mobility
11:15h - 12:00h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
EIT Urban Mobility
12:00h
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 12:00 17-11-2021 13:30 Europe/Madrid Europe: The New Green Unicorn El Dorado

EU unicorns, start-up companies with a value of over $1 billion, are key to spur innovation across Europe. Europe aims to become leading global innovation powerhouse and to double the number of unicorns in the EU by 2030, to approximately 250. Therefore it´s key for ecosystem leaders and politicians to work together, to build a new generation of innovation and entrepreneurs, helping them to scale and become tech champions.

Congress Area – TMWC Room
13:00h
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 13:15 17-11-2021 14:30 Europe/Madrid Green and Safe Mobility for All: 5 Smart City(thon) Case Studies

Citython is a project reimagining European streets through hacking events involving urban mobility experts. During a hybrid event taking place on 17 November from 13.15 to 14.30 CET, representatives from the cities Eindhoven, Bilbao and Barcelona, Hamburg and Lublin, the four Citython editions that were held this year, will share with us the best projects designed during 2021.

In addition, all the winners of each 2021 edition will be presented during the awards ceremony. More information about the project: www.citython.eu

Expo Area – Innovation Zone
14:00h
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 14:00 17-11-2021 15:30 Europe/Madrid Autonomous Futures: Who Exactly Is in Charge Here?

The roll out of connected autonomous vehicles (CAV) has been proposed as THE game changer in urban mobility - to pollution, carbon emissions, and road safety issues. The recent addition of a ‘c’ for ‘collaborative’, making the accepted acronym ‘CCAV’, is not enough to allay fears of unresolved business, technical, social, and environmental issues. This session will consider progress to date as well as wider critiques of a CAV vision of mobility.

Congress Area – TMWC Room
15:00h
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 15:00 17-11-2021 16:30 Europe/Madrid Challenge 2 Autonomous Driving Challenge – Stand B182

4 teams from Spanish universities will compete for the podium in this 3rd edition. The CUPRA Formentor model cars will navigate the streets of a Barcelona-based
track, respect signals and avoid obstacles.

Click here to check all the Carnet Agenda.

Expo Area - Partner Activity
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 15:00 17-11-2021 17:30 Europe/Madrid EIT Urban Mobility High-level City Event “Leading Innovation for Impact”

The EIT Urban Mobility High-level City Event will bring together the EIT Urban Mobility's city partners coming from all over Europe with the aim to strengthen the sense of community, share bold targets for achieving a more sustainable future of urban mobility and setting out the common objectives reaching the climate neutrality goals in Europe by 2035.

 
Zone CC1 – 1.1
16:00h
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 16:00 17-11-2021 17:30 Europe/Madrid Shocking – The Electrical Future Is Already Here!

Electrification is widely seen to be at the core of de-carbonisation of the transport sector and hence the EU’s political goal to be climate-neutral by 2050. Already today, multiple types of electric vehicles available: from small scooters and drones to large trains and barges, electric solutions cover both people and goods transport. But when will they be widespread, what charging solutions do we need, and who is financing this transition?

Congress Area – TMWC Room
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 16:45 17-11-2021 19:00 Europe/Madrid Happy Hour organized by Microsoft and Accenture at the Tomorrow Mobility – Innovation Zone

Come Check out our first ever Microsoft Accenture Transportation Demo at Smart Cities Expo on November 17th!

Join us for a demo and a happy hour with Spanish wine, Iberian ham and cheese!

We all know the frustration when transportation systems break down. But our cities truly have become hubs for all types of transportation and as that transportation network has become more complex it’s become even harder to manage and plan it.

Microsoft and Accenture have been working on an exciting transportation project to help solve that problem.

We are excited to finally show our work to the world when we demo it live at the Microsoft Booth.

Expo Area - Partner Activity

Happy Hour organized by Microsoft and Accenture at the Tomorrow Mobility – Innovation Zone

Mobility #E-mobility, #Flexible Mobility, #Intelligent Transport Systems, #Public Transport, #Railway Transport, #Transport Networks
16:45h - 19:00h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
Microsoft, Accenture
Thursday 18
10:00h
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 10:00 18-11-2021 10:03 Europe/Madrid Opening of Tomorrow.Mobility www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 10:00 18-11-2021 11:30 Europe/Madrid ARIADNA Project: Leveraging Galileo Satellite Technology for More Sustainable Cities

Our cities are changing. Thanks to trends such as Mobility as a Service and shared and micro-mobility, the urban mobility landscape is evolving faster than ever. During its Final Event, the ARIADNA project will highlight how Galileo can enhance mobility services and improve accuracy, integrity, and continuity of the geolocation signal.

Funded by the EUSPA, since December 2019 ARIADNA has raised awareness on Galileo benefits and built capacity among SMEs and start-ups, ultimately facilitating EGNSS deployment.
This event gathers project partners and urban mobility players who will share real experiences of how the integration of Galileo has improved urban mobility and public transport.

Expo Area – Innovation Zone

ARIADNA Project: Leveraging Galileo Satellite Technology for More Sustainable Cities

Mobility #Intelligent Mobility, #Intelligent Transport Systems, #MaaS, #Micro Mobility, #Multimodal, #Public Transport, #Shared Mobility, #Smart Traffic
10:00h - 11:30h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
ARIADNA Project, FACTUAL
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 10:00 18-11-2021 11:30 Europe/Madrid How Can Innovation Boost Micromobility in Cities?

Micromobility comes back stronger after the pandemic, but its integration in cities and transport networks still struggles, as cycle lanes become overcrowded, parking regulations conflicts arise, and first/last mile integration with public transportation needs a push. How can innovation in the form of geofencing, AI, etc. help tackle all these issues and enable the promise of an affordable, safe and clean means of transportation?

Congress Area – TMWC Room
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 10:03 18-11-2021 10:15 Europe/Madrid Welcome to the First Edition!

The first edition of the Tomorrow Mobility World Congress arrives with the aim of activating and promoting sustainable and intelligent urban mobility, becoming the international reference event in the mobility sector. What is the role of mobility in cities? What will be discover in Tomorrow Mobility World Congress?

www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 10:15 18-11-2021 10:18 Europe/Madrid How can Cities Shift to More Sustainable Transport?

Cities and governments need to make radical changes in urban mobility for better human health and climate breakdown. How to manage the high number of vehicles entering urban spaces every day? How to convince people to change private vehicles for other sustainable modes of transport?

www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel

How can Cities Shift to More Sustainable Transport?

Mobility #Future Mobility, #Low Carbon Mobility, #Mass Transit
10:15h - 10:18h (GMT+)
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 10:18 18-11-2021 10:23 Europe/Madrid Solutions Session: Easymile’s Passenger Shuttle

The reporter of SCEWC visits the stand of Easymile to interview Ms. Benieke Treverton, its Head of Communications. This session will showcase palpable products and solutions to current challenges; in this case, the EZ10 passenger shuttle, a driverless shuttle.

www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel

Solutions Session: Easymile’s Passenger Shuttle

Mobility #Autonomous Vehicles, #Future Mobility, #Shared Mobility
10:18h - 10:23h (GMT+)
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 10:23 18-11-2021 10:30 Europe/Madrid Unlocking the Potential of Waterbourne Freight

With the vision to become a livable, attractive and fossil fuel free city, Stockholm is testing new ways to relieve road transport from logistics flows, and waterways are in the spotlight. Stockholm will transport construction waste on barges and is developing a new pilot to include household waste and recycling material. The session will focus on the lessons learned, and challenges and opportunities of waterborne transport in logistics.

www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 10:30 18-11-2021 10:33 Europe/Madrid How can Tactical Urbanism Help Create Healthier Streets?

Stockholm is disrupting its city planning process, including tactical urbanism as an innovative bottom-up way to make change happen. The city is proving that change is possible and beneficial for both citizens’ health and sustainability, taking into consideration what the streets are designed for. How can people shape their cities?

www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel

How can Tactical Urbanism Help Create Healthier Streets?

Mobility #Sustainability, #Urban Planning
10:30h - 10:33h (GMT+)
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 10:33 18-11-2021 10:38 Europe/Madrid Solutions Session: PBSC

The reporter of SCEWC visits the stand of PBSC to interview Mr. Gian-Carlo Crivello, its Chief Relationship Officer. This session will showcase palpable products and solutions to current challenges; in this case, PBSC’s e-bike, the E-FIT and their Multimodal Solution, consisting of a station capable of docking different micromobility vehicles and charge them.

www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel

Solutions Session: PBSC

Mobility #Charging Infrastructures, #E-mobility, #Micro Mobility
10:33h - 10:38h (GMT+)
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 10:38 18-11-2021 10:45 Europe/Madrid Mobility Innovation Marketplace Insights

The Mobility Innovation Marketplace is a store for scalable urban mobility solutions to make our cities more sustainable. It features leading innovative solutions in urban mobility from the EU and beyond. Through this interview, the audience is invited to search and share innovative products & best practices implementations tackling the most important urban mobility challenges faced by global cities.

www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 10:45 18-11-2021 10:52 Europe/Madrid Costs and Benefits of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Transition www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 10:52 18-11-2021 10:53 Europe/Madrid How can Railway Stations Foster Urban Sustainability?

Railway stations can play a role in sustainable cities, as they have plenty of potential. These infrastructures can shift to be at the service of citizens, and become providers of services and facilities. On the idea of the “15-minute city”, stations can participate in this change and have all types of commodities nearby. How to turn stations into pleasant public spaces?

www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel

How can Railway Stations Foster Urban Sustainability?

Mobility #Future Mobility, #Public Transport, #Space, #Urban Planning
10:52h - 10:53h (GMT+)
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 10:53 18-11-2021 11:00 Europe/Madrid Modeling Human Behaviour and Future Transport Systems

The future of mobility is not pictured as a sci-fi movie anymore. How cities accommodate shared systems’ initiatives within their existing infrastructures? How is urban air mobility evolving? And autonomous cars? These and other questions about the mobility industry will be answered in this session.

www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel
11:00h
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 11:00 18-11-2021 11:12 Europe/Madrid Cities Setting the Pathway to Lowering Emissions

Prague and Madrid are working to improve their air quality and to reduce emissions. Strategic development and mobility plans are being designed and implemented. In this session we will discover outstanding projects to shift towards a more sustainable mobility such as the closing of roads to cars or the use of technology to manage spaces of mass influx like city centres or tourist neighbourhoods.

www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 11:12 18-11-2021 11:19 Europe/Madrid Taxis in the Era of Digitalisation

Digitalisation has also landed on the mobility sector. Focusing on taxis, this interview will gather some insights on cooperation with new disruptive ride-hailing methods, accessibility, sustainability, and the post-pandemic reintroduction of the service. This session, then, will explore the expertise of the UITP on how the taxi industry is evolving in the digital era.

www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 11:19 18-11-2021 11:22 Europe/Madrid How is the ‘Good Move’ Project Transforming Mobility in Brussels?

This video showcases how citizens need to be on the epicentre of changing urban mobility. Changing the mobility model in a city is possible, and Brussels is proof. The city has a 10-year plan to change neighbourhoods to offer more space for pedestrians and cyclists while redistributing public space. In other words, restricting car flows and making spaces for people. Can these plans be implemented in other cities?

www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel

How is the ‘Good Move’ Project Transforming Mobility in Brussels?

Mobility #Fossil Fuel-free Streets, #Future Mobility, #Urban Planning
11:19h - 11:22h (GMT+)
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 11:22 18-11-2021 11:29 Europe/Madrid Our Board Members’ View on Future Mobility www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel

Our Board Members’ View on Future Mobility

Mobility #Future Mobility, #Peer-to-peer Ridesharing, #Shared Mobility
11:22h - 11:29h (GMT+)
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 11:29 18-11-2021 11:32 Europe/Madrid Get ready for our side events! www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 11:30 18-11-2021 12:15 Europe/Madrid Innovation Projects: Putting MaaS Solutions into Practice Expo Area – Central Agora
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 11:45 18-11-2021 12:30 Europe/Madrid Moving ahead: VC Investments in the Mobility Landscape

Round table about present and future in the mobility landscape: startups, VCs and EIT Urban Mobility investment thesis.

Urban mobility is undergoing one of the most transformational shifts of a generation. A successful strategy in the industry requires the adoption of a comprehensive and coherent approach, centered on innovative ventures that are disrupting this landscape.
Business Creation organizes this 45 minutes round table to share the point of view of start-ups, Venture Capital firms and EIT Urban Mobility investment arm with regards to investments in the mobility landscape.

Expo Area – Innovation Zone

Moving ahead: VC Investments in the Mobility Landscape

Mobility #Financing Schemes, #International Projection, #Investment models, #Start-ups, #Sustainable Development Goals
11:45h - 12:30h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
EIT Urban Mobility, Vilanova, Shotl
12:00h
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 12:00 18-11-2021 13:30 Europe/Madrid Challenge 4 Autonomous Driving Challenge – Stand B182

4 teams from Spanish universities will compete for the podium in this 3rd edition. The CUPRA Formentor model cars will navigate the streets of a Barcelona-based
track, respect signals and avoid obstacles.

Click here to check all the Carnet Agenda.

Expo Area - Partner Activity
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 12:00 18-11-2021 13:30 Europe/Madrid Urban Air Mobility: The Next Big Thing

Different programme calls and city pilots on Urban Air Mobility are being launched and implemented in the European Union with the goal to create an environment where solutions can be tested, and where experiences are continuously exchanged. It is key to ensure that the resources in place are being managed and used properly, taking advantage of a range of synergies resulting from cross-field activities and multi-stakeholders' cooperation.

Congress Area – TMWC Room
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 12:40 18-11-2021 13:35 Europe/Madrid Strategic Mobility Solutions

Pitching session aimed at discovering and amplifying startups that tackle the most pressing mobility challenges for city planners and local governments. 11 projects from all over the world, in 4 minutes presentations each.

• Nivel.no: Getting the best out of micromobility with digital regulations.
• HOPU
• SmartBox4U
• TruckY: The speed Advisor for the realtime reduction of fuel and emission of heavy-duty Vehicles.
• Vonzu
• Smart City Point
• Bia Power: Smart electric vehicle charging that is cheaper, cleaner and ready for growth.
• ViaNova
• SmartMonkey: The easiest and most efficient way to optimize last-mile operations.
• Bluecity
• Delivers.ai: 10-min Autonomous Delivery Service

Expo Area – Innovation Zone

Strategic Mobility Solutions

Mobility #Intelligent Mobility, #Last Mile, #MaaS, #Mobility Planning, #Public Transport, #Smart Traffic, #Transport Integration, #Transport Networks
12:40h - 13:35h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
EIT Urban Mobility, Tomorrow.Mobility
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 12:45 18-11-2021 13:15 Europe/Madrid Working Today for the Mobility of Tomorrow

Our environment is constantly changing. The daily life of our city changes, and so do the mobility needs of our clients.COVID-19 has been an example of the speed at which societies can change: economic crises that affect the social context,implementation of new models of presence within the business world or education,, the preference of private transport over collective public transport, or new transport alternatives in the city of Barcelona. All this has a direct impact on the demand patterns of our clients and the offer that we have to serve them by optimizing the available resources to the máximum. Given this changing reality, which actions is Metro de Barcelona taking to adapt to these new mobility trends and anticipate future changes, yet to come?

Speaker

-Jessica Outeiriño López

You can join this Online Side Event here.

 
www.tomorrow.city – Digital Side Events

Working Today for the Mobility of Tomorrow

Mobility #Big Data, #Data Analytics, #Data Integration, #Data Management, #Future Mobility, #Innovation Ecosystems, #Mobility Planning, #Zero Emissions
12:45h - 13:15h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
TMB
13:00h
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 13:00 18-11-2021 14:00 Europe/Madrid Mobility Talks Special Edition: Sustainable City Logistics

Urban logistics is going through a major shift. The complexity of forthcoming changes will have an impact on all value chain players involved in the process, as overall activities connecting with the deliveries are expected to become more sustainable with minimal carbon footprint. There is also a growing demand for an immediate and on-time deliveries right after purchase. So how do we ensure an efficient but sustainable logistical service? The desired goal in the medium- and long-term, is to set up a mechanism of mutually connected policies and procedures, flexible for adaptation to each environment, that would be beneficial for citizens, consumers, industry players and other stakeholders.

Speakers

-Przemyslaw Zawodny, Deputy Director / Chief Research Officer at Institute of Logistics and Warehousing
-Jozef Petráš, Cyklokuriér Švihaj Šuhaj
-Traian Urban, Director Innovation Hub East at EIT Urban Mobility
-Jean-Paul Judson, Founder & Managing Dir www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel

Mobility Talks Special Edition: Sustainable City Logistics

Mobility
13:00h - 14:00h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
EIT Urban Mobility
14:00h
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 14:00 18-11-2021 14:30 Europe/Madrid Digital Business TMBgo

App to provide instantly service information plus entertainment contents to the passenger.

Speaker

-Enric Vilar Coll

You can join this Online Side Event here.

 
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Digital Business TMBgo

Mobility #Public Transport
14:00h - 14:30h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
TMB
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 14:00 18-11-2021 15:30 Europe/Madrid Technological Cooperation for the Smart, Connected and Inclusive City of the Future

The city of the future is created thanks to the joint work of multiple agents. Public and private initiatives complement each other and converge with a clear objective: to ensure a more friendly, connected, sustainable and inclusive urban environment that can offer answers for the lives of all its inhabitants: from intrepid and digital young people to people with reduced capacities or our elders. The environment that we offer at IN-MOVE by Railgrup as a Mobility and Multimodal Logistics Cluster encourages and fosters the technological cooperation, which is essential to achieve this goal. Join us next 18th Nov and we will tell you a story about the “City of the Future” from the prism of our Cluster Members.

More information here.

Expo Area – Central Agora

Technological Cooperation for the Smart, Connected and Inclusive City of the Future

Mobility #BIM, #Collaboration, #MaaS, #Mobility Planning, #Right to the City, #Sensoring, #Smart Utilities
14:00h - 15:30h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
IN-MOVE by Railgrup
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 14:00 18-11-2021 15:30 Europe/Madrid Public Transport after Covid

Passengers are starting to return to public transport after the pandemics; however, new patterns/frequencies of commuting and tendencies of increased use of active mobility modes do not appear to change the overall picture. Higher car ownership and use is no smaller challenge either. A panel of experts will share their suggestions on how to regain, or even reinforce, passenger uptake in public transport.

Congress Area – TMWC Room
15:00h
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 15:00 18-11-2021 15:12 Europe/Madrid Current EU Frameworks on Urban Mobility

At the European level, institutions and programs work to accelerate a positive change for urban mobility. In this session, we will learn about some of the initiatives and good practices that are promoting a transition to zero emission vehicles, fostering sustainable innovation and cleantech start-ups. How can they be escalated to the EU level, causing a bigger impact on city-planners and political leaders?

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Save to calendar 18-11-2021 15:12 18-11-2021 15:20 Europe/Madrid Sustaining the Covid Cycling Craze in Mexico

Taking the mobility models of medium-sized cities such as Amsterdam as an example, Ms. Fernanda Rivera will explain how “friendly cities” can be implemented in megacities. Leading sustainable mobility policy in Mexico City, she will also answer how the biking boom –experienced after streets were emptied due to Covid-19 restriction– can be made long-lasting and how Mexico City has been adapting to this new reality.

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Save to calendar 18-11-2021 15:20 18-11-2021 15:27 Europe/Madrid How do Humans Interrelate with Autonomous Vehicles?

The future of mobility falls on autonomous vehicles. This disruption requires a technology adapted to different situations and conditions to ensure a secure shared environment for humans. This session will serve as a catalyst for addressing how autonomous vehicles interact with pedestrians thanks to the use of robotics and Artificial Intelligence.

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Save to calendar 18-11-2021 15:27 18-11-2021 15:28 Europe/Madrid How did Covid-19 Impact Mobility Behaviours?

The pandemic encouraged people to try new modes of transport and we have seen how these were being included as new habits. The drop on the use of private cars and public transport also had implications for the urban infrastructures as they had to be adapted to these new trends.

www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel

How did Covid-19 Impact Mobility Behaviours?

Mobility #Cycling, #Future Mobility, #Post COVID-19 Cities
15:27h - 15:28h (GMT+)
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 15:28 18-11-2021 15:35 Europe/Madrid Urban Mobility Challenges Bringing Communities Together

Urban challenges in the context of the European agenda are studied by different networks and institutions. Eurocities, for example, works to tackle both current and future challenges. This interview with Ms. Anna Lisa Boni, Secretary General of EUROCITIES, will remark the importance of the existence of international networks of cities or local governments to accomplish zero neutrality or how mobility has changed after uncertain moments such as today.

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Save to calendar 18-11-2021 15:30 18-11-2021 16:00 Europe/Madrid A Smarter Metro for Smart Citizens

Back in 2006 Metro Barcelona started the digitalisation of switch points, a critical asset for performance and safety. The boost in service availability and cost efficiency with the positive impact in Metro users experience made it scale to other business assets. After 15 years the solution has evolved to a Software as a Service platform, co-developed with a local startup up. This one stop shop platform for asset digitalization seamlessly integrates datastreams with advanced information models for asset behaviour offering a customizable interface for both users and machines.

The presentation briefly depicts the milestones of this digitalization journey, explaining the value delivered to metro users through a couple of rellevant examples.

It also shares lessons learnt to successfully introduce the digitalization in the decision making of mature companies, with a deeply rooted culture in the organization. Reflections that might be of use to other asset intense companies that face similar goals.

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A Smarter Metro for Smart Citizens

Mobility #Cloud Computing, #Connected Devices, #Data Center, #IoT Devices, #Smart Networks
15:30h - 16:00h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
TMB
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 15:35 18-11-2021 15:41 Europe/Madrid Turning MaaS Solutions Into Reality

Julien Chamussy will talk, first-hand, about the mobility sector is reinventing itself after the effects of the pandemic, and how micro-mobility and shared mobility can be viable in suburban areas and smaller villages. To talk about these topics, Chamussy, a shared mobility data specialist, will mention innovations in data collection methods and sophisticated algorithms.

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Turning MaaS Solutions Into Reality

Mobility #MaaS, #Micro Mobility, #Real-time Data, #Scooter, #Shared Mobility
15:35h - 15:41h (GMT+)
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 15:41 18-11-2021 15:43 Europe/Madrid How can Cities Build Optimal Mobility Ecosystems?

Public transport is being linked to other forms of active transport. It is possible cities achieve this goal by facilitating the cooperation between different mobility providers (trains, metro, shared bicycles, etc.), and creating a good-quality transport ecosystem.

www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel

How can Cities Build Optimal Mobility Ecosystems?

Mobility #Collaboration, #Future Mobility, #Integrated Mobility Plans
15:41h - 15:43h (GMT+)
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 15:43 18-11-2021 15:48 Europe/Madrid The Transformation of Post Pandemic Mobility www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 15:48 18-11-2021 15:54 Europe/Madrid The Business Perspective on Improving Urban Mobility

This session explains the private sector’s view on urban mobility. What are the challenges ahead? How to improve the capacitation of the mobility-oriented business? What tools and knowledge from the academic could be transferred to investors, entrepreneurs and technology companies? Besides this, this session will delve into the opportunities of Blockchain for urban mobility.

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Save to calendar 18-11-2021 15:54 18-11-2021 16:00 Europe/Madrid Reshaping Mobility into Accessible and Green Alternatives

Transportation is a sector with great potential and with the stirrings of great change. Pollution and traffic congestion are some of the challenges cities are facing, and the post-pandemic world can offer an opportunity to rebuild the transportation sector. This session will explore how cities can counteract these trends and turn into greener and more sustainable environments.

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Reshaping Mobility into Accessible and Green Alternatives

Mobility #Congestion, #Pedestrian security, #Pollution, #Post COVID-19 Cities
15:54h - 16:00h (GMT+)
16:00h
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 16:00 18-11-2021 16:02 Europe/Madrid How can Superblocks Transform Public Space?

This video introduces one innovative urban project implemented in the city of Barcelona: Superblocks. How should cities plan their urban future?

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How can Superblocks Transform Public Space?

Mobility #Fossil Fuel-free Streets, #Future Mobility, #Urban Innovation
16:00h - 16:02h (GMT+)
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 16:03 18-11-2021 16:15 Europe/Madrid MaaS and EVs: A new Age for Urban Mobility

Cities and countries are experiencing a shift towards electric transportation. With more electric vehicles, there is a new need for adapting the roads and infrastructures to the new demands. This interview with Ms. Karin Ebbinghaus will bring up the pioneering innovation from Elonroad, a high-tech electric road concept, of which she is the CEO. How can this technology piloted in Sweden can be implemented in other regions?

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Save to calendar 18-11-2021 16:15 18-11-2021 16:18 Europe/Madrid What are the Main Challenges in Urban Mobility?

Urban mobility must cope with three main challenges: urban space inequity between vehicles and people, the contribution of transport to climate change, and security. How can we address these challenges? Changing the paradigm of urban mobility is possible.

www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel

What are the Main Challenges in Urban Mobility?

Mobility #Future Mobility, #Smart City, #Urban Innovation
16:15h - 16:18h (GMT+)
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 16:18 18-11-2021 16:21 Europe/Madrid Closing Remarks www.tomorrow.city – TMWC Digital Channel
17:00h
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 17:00 18-11-2021 17:30 Europe/Madrid Leading the Mobility Transformation

Smart buses power train solutions.

Speaker

-Mario Canet

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Leading the Mobility Transformation

Mobility #Clean Air, #Clean Energy, #Renewables
17:00h - 17:30h (GMT+)
Organizer/s:
TMB
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