The FT Future of Mobility Summit 2019 for a full day of networking and knowledge-sharing with an agenda designed to help decision-makers in all industries stay on track in a new era for transport. Skillfully moderated by the FT's world-class journalists, an unrivalled selection of experts, innovators and influencers will bring the wider economic picture into view and delve into the details that matter, exploring questions such as:
What are the latest trends in autonomy and connectivity?
How can transport networks in cities be successfully updated with the latest mobility solutions?
Where are the business opportunities in the new mobility ecosystem?
Who should pay for the supporting infrastructure?
How can we make the future of mobility environmentally sustainable?
Attendees confirmed include senior executives from:
Addison Lee - Arriva - Aston Martin - Audi - Avis Budget Group - Bentley - Bird - Campaign for Better Transport - CrossCountry Trains - Department for Transport - DHL - DPD - DWS - Ericsson - European Commission - First Bus - Ford - Go Ahead - Govia Thameslink Railway - Heathrow Airport - Hitachi Rail Europe - Honda - InMotion Ventures - Jaguar Land Rover - Manchester City Council - Mercedes - Midlands Connect - MTR Crossrail - National Grid - National Infrastructure Commission - Network Rail - Rail Delivery Group - RSSB - Shell - Singapore Economic Development Board - Tata Motors - Transport for London - Transport for Greater Manchester - Waze - what3words
Don't miss out on this unrivalled opportunity to hear exclusively from a superb selection of industry leaders and connect with the people at the forefront of the mobility revolution.
Category: Conferences | Business and Economics | Transport
Speakers: Barbara Kathmann, Vice Mayor, Rotterdam, Lars Stenqvist, Chief Technology Officer, Volvo Group, Andy Boland, CEO, Addison Lee, Phil Graham, Chief Executive, National Infrastructure Commission, Fernando Romero, Director and Founder, FR-EE, Graeme Cooper, Project Director - Electric Vehicles, National Grid, Caroline Decker, Vice President Northeast Corridor Service Line, Amtrak, Iain Forbes, Head, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Daniel Hayes, CEO, VRCO, Mary Hewitt, Strategy and Policy Director, Arriva, Angela Hultberg, Head of Sustainable Mobility, Ikea, Michael Hurwitz, Director of Transport Innovation, Transport for London, Sebastian Peck, Managing Director, InMotion Ventures