CIT19 is the platform to discuss how disruptive technologies influence the mobility ecosystem and how they could affect different stakeholders. CIT19 aims to assess the potentials of emerging disruptive technologies for mobility solutions and consider their impacts on travel and transport as well as on different stakeholders.
Topics include, but are not limited to: Developments in e-mobility, Connected and autonomous vehicles, Effects on travel and transport behaviour, Evaluation and modelling of system level impacts, Business model innovation, Impacts of Mobility as a Service on transport ecosystem as well as Governance & Policy.
On Thursday 13 June at 14.20–14.40, FABULOS Coordinator Renske Martijnse-Hartikka and Technical Project Manger Oscar Nissin will be participating for the session “Automated Vehicles – Charting a new course? What can this disruptive technology do for us?” and discussing under the topic “Answering to cities’ mobility needs – public-private-partnerships fostering development of autonomous public transport”.
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13–14 June 2019
KTH Royal Institute of Technology