Whether they’re commercial drivers, car owners, bus passengers or freight carriers, road users have increasingly high expectations when it comes to their transportation experiences. This new mindset requires carriers, manufacturers and the service industry to rethink their market responses to support an approach driven by the demand rather than by the offer. They must also collaborate to create multimodal transportation experiences that are not only fluid, enjoyable and connected, but also feature learning and social experiences. By identifying users’ preferences, mobility players will be able to design vehicles and services that answer their expectations.
At Movin’On, we will immerse ourselves in the world of this developing market to discuss: evolving user behaviors; the technological innovations and services that will transform transportation; and the benefits of a multimodal transportation approach.
Technological innovations such as artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning apply to more than just autonomous driving: in five to 10 years, the most recent advances will make it possible to rethink and optimize vehicle design, road regulations, the delivery of goods and public transportation. Such opportunities will depend on the real-time collection and analysis of enormous amounts of data transmitted between vehicles, their environment and their users, and on the evolution of predictive technology. To facilitate the sharing of this information, we must develop shared digital infrastructures, while also ensuring cybersecurity.
At Movin’On, researchers and entrepreneurs will discuss the new opportunities brought about by artificial intelligence and the importance of adopting an open and secure data model.
In just a few decades, drones, vacuum tube transport (Hyperloop-style) and reusable rockets could completely transform the way we travel. These major advances in mobility will have a significant impact on existing infrastructure and on the way space is shared among people and transportation. How can we develop the roads, cities and charging stations required to propel the transportation of the future?
At Movin’On, we’ll explore the technologies that will transform mobility as we know it, and shape the mobility of tomorrow. We will also look at the social and economic ramifications of these game-changing advances, as well as their impact on both the public and private sectors.
The principles of the circular economy help reduce the environmental impact of the transportation industry while generating economic potential, notably through the optimization of manufacturing models. An increasing number of companies are using new and sustainable approaches when rethinking design, and adopting responsible manufacturing and supply chain management practices. Whether it’s by reusing materials that are expensive to produce or by reducing the number of components to be assembled, mobility players are on the forefront to become leaders of the circular economy across all industries.
Movin’On will assemble circular economy visionary thinkers, public transportation decision-makers and sustainable development experts to expand on the economic and environmental benefits of the circular economy and work against planned obsolescence.