di 18 jun, 09.30
ABN AMRO HQ

Mobility Conference #1: Getting around Smart

Who's driving the digital revolution?
This event is in English

Technology and data are getting more and more important in mobility, but who’s controlling access, and therefore the rules of the game? It's been years since it was, seemingly, an infinite source of possible solutions. Today, it is an integral part of how the city works, like e-mobility and sharing-schemes. But who’s controlling access, and therefore the rules of the game? And can systems like Mobility-as-a-Service function within the rules of the commons?

Morning Programme
9.30 A.M. – 12.30 P.M.
Introducing examples from all over Europe about e-mobility and the best way to introduce in the city.

Robert van den Hoed – Lector Energy and Innovation at HvA
High-tech Public Transport
Zero emission Public Transport in Stockholm and Amsterdam, and sharing-systems in Munich.

Jeff Wezel – Founder ENDAN Pioneers
Who is the gatekeeper of ‘as-a-service’?
On the rules of ‘as-a-service’ and the ownership of our data in mobility.

Oded Cats – Associate Professor TU Delft and AMS Institute
Franka Rolvink Couzy – Head Sector Research, ABN Amro Bank
New Kids on the Block
The best start-ups in digital mobility.

12.30 – 1.30 P.M. LUNCH

Afternoon Programme
13.30 PM – 15.30 PM
Breakout Sessions

Breakout #1: WeMakeThe.City New Kids on the Block Awards 2019 – Getting Around Smart
Four start-ups and scale-ups in technological solutions for mobility. During this event the jury will anounce the winner.

  • Jeff Wezel – Founder ENDAN Pioneers

The other candidates will be anounced shortly.

Breakout #2: E-mobility
Presentation of the E-mobility project of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

  • Robert van den Hoed – Lector Energy and Innovation,
    Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Breakout #3: Mobility and the Platform Society
What values are important should we safeguard in builing ‘Mobility-as-a-Service’?

  • Douwe Schmidt – Board-member TADA.city
  • Koen Terra – Consultant, GRIDD
  • Alexander Wissnet – T-systems
  • Sven Löffler – T-systems

Breakout #4: MaaS from a policy perspective

  • Nick Hilhorst / Uber
  • Finn van Leeuwen / Gemeente Amsterdam
  • Menno van der Valk / ORAM
  • Debbie Dekkers / CTO-office Gemeente Amsterdam

16.18 PM – 16.25 PM Announcement winner; WeMakeThe.City New Kids on the Block Awards 2019
16.25 PM – 16.30 PM  Wrap-up

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