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Working together in actively shaping the transformation – with new technologies for vehicles and related systems.
Olivier Reppert, CEO of SHARE NOW, speaks about tomorrow’s urban mobility.
Interview with Oliver Schmerold, CEO of ÖAMTC.
Interview with Henrik Falk, CEO of Hamburger Hochbahn
What will the city of the future be:
a place for motorized traffic – or a
livable green ecosystem?
Professor Dr. Marcel Hunecke, research professor at the Applied Social Studies department of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Dortmund, speaks about the psychological factors influencing our mobility behavior and the new role that we humans will adopt in the future world of automated and connected road traffic.
Singapore is at the forefront of innovation in terms of land transport. In a new master plan it sets out a vision for land transport for the next 20 years in response to a growing population and land constraints, and greater expectations and demand for mobility.
Mario Sela, mobility expert at Bitkom, Germany's digital association, on the technological and social dimensions of artificial intelligence, the potential for optimization that AI offers for mobility, and the question of who should have the final say in automated traffic systems: the machine or the human?
With rising population density, the world's megacities are facing ever more complex problems. This is precisely why they are also the best places for the concerted development of smart solutions for the city of the future. One example is the new Smart City Digital Hub at Hong Kong Science Park, where Mobility is one of the focus topics.
Strong ambitions: By leveraging its favorable location at the intersection of two trans-African transport corridors, Angola plans to become an important logistics hub. For this purpose, a road network of close to 14.000 km is under construction. The key to the future are innovative traffic control systems.
Markus Schlitt, Head of Siemens Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS), speaks about the integration of the road into the Internet of Things, the new role of cities and towns in the context of increasing mobility digitalization, and the advantages that smart software-driven traffic engineering offers over conventional solutions.
Fred Kalt, Managing Director of Siemens ITS in the Asia Pacific region, speaks about the ambitious urbanization project ‘Smart Nation Singapore’, the first fully integrated Digitalization Hub in this multi-cultural island nation - and the question whether South-East Asia could become the birthplace of the future of mobility.
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