Transport and mobility sit at the heart of many debates: new technology use, tackling climate change and public sector investment to name a few.
However, that agenda has altered significantly over recent months with COVID-19 upending traditional transportation patterns. During this session we speak to experts in the sector to discover:
- What are the future plans for mobility in a post-COVID-19 world?
- What new technologies can we use that are smart, safe and environmentally friendly?
- What will the impact be on the environment of changing mobility patterns?
- Will working from home change mobility forever?
Director Public Policy UKI & Benelux
You. Smart. Thing.
Integration Innovation Lead
Transport for West Midlands
Trowers & Hamlins
CEO & Lead Technologist
Immense Simulations Ltd
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