24.–27.05.2023 #polismobility

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Urban and District Development
  • Mobility in the city of short distances: learning from the global south
  • Sustainable types of mobility in the Compact City – How do changes find acceptance among the population?
  • Forms of Mobility in the Compact City
  • Why we want to promote different types of mobility and stop promoting the current mainstream
  • Liveable Cities for the 21th Century – Keynote Jan Gehl:
  • Cities, Industry, Policymakers: How can we shape tomorrow’s Mobility?
  • Making the Last Mile sustainable: Where are we now, and how can we move forward?
  • EIT Urban Mobility - An initiative to create more liveable urban spaces
  • EIT Urban Mobility. An European initiative for more liveable Cities.

Autonomous and Connected
  • Innovations in mobility – the next generation of transport software!
  • Law: The System Dynamite
  • V2X: Autonomous – connected – unsafe? The Importance of Safety and Reliability in Autonomous Mobility
  • Making the Last Mile sustainable: Where are we now, and how can we move forward?

Mobility Services
  • Mobility as a Service: Seam- and careless mobility?
  • Making the Last Mile sustainable: Where are we now, and how can we move forward?
  • Shared Mobility: Market outlook from local authorities’ perspectiv

Drive Technologies
  • Sustainable Mobility is a given, but how efficient?
  • All or nothing? The Hydrogen System in focus
  • Whatever drives your car – New drive technologies and their market relevance
  • Cities, Industry, Policymakers: How can we shape tomorrow’s Mobility?

Electrification and Sector Interlinking
  • Cities, Industry, Policymakers: How can we shape tomorrow’s Mobility?

Active Mobility
  • Why we want to promote different types of mobility and stop promoting the current mainstream

Public Mobility
  • Cities, Industry, Policymakers: How can we shape tomorrow’s Mobility?

City Logistics
  • Making the Last Mile sustainable: Where are we now, and how can we move forward?

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