Vasilis Koulolias, Director at eGovLab
Magnus Enzell, Senior Advisor, Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation, eGovernment unit, Sweden
Cheow Hoe Chan, Government Chief Information Officer, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore, Singapore
Lieven Raes, Advisor, Ministry of the Flanders Region, Belgium
Ann Hellenius, CIO, City of Stockholm, Sweden
Christer Karlsson, CEO ITS Sweden, Sweden
Somya Joshi, Director of Research, eGovlab - Moderator
Anders Gullberg, Adjunct professor, KTH, Sweden
Sven Hunhammar, Director of Sustainability, Trafikverket, Sweden
Smriti Dutta, Researcher, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Francisco García Morán, Chief IT Advisor, European Commission, Belgium
Åke Lindström, Director of Development, Kista Science City, Sweden - Moderator
Mike Steere, CEO, Thundermaps, Sweden
Elias Arnestrand, Innovation Leader, Trafiklab, Sweden
Stefan Myhrberg, Head of Road ITS, Ericsson, Sweden
Christer Forsberg Philip, CDO, City of Stockholm, Sweden
Part 1: Are Selfdriving Vehicles the Answer to the Environmental Transport Challenges?- Anna Pernestål, Program Leader, Integrated Transport Research Lab (KTH), Sweden
Part 2: Personalised mobility services and how user data, sensors, IoT and networks enable context-aware mobility platforms - Theo Kanter, Professor of Computer Science, Stockholm University, Sweden
Part 3: How can we implement a user-driven bottom-up approach in building the Smart Mobility solutions? - Brendon Clark, Studio Director, Interactive Institute (Swedish ICT), Sweden
Part 4: The future of mobility: transportation technology and social trends, Morten Hvid Pedersen, Director, Deloitte Danmark, Denmark
Harald Kjellin, Professor, Stockholm University - eGovlab, Sweden
CISMOB main vision is to promote innovative ways to reduce carbon footprint and increase the sustainability of urban areas by improving the efficiency in the use of urban transport infrastructure through ICT. In a context of increasing availability of sensor technology to monitor and record large amounts of data, a common challenge to policy makers is to identify the best practices to take advantage of these new sources of data and use them to prioritize intervention areas, to manage efficiently current road networks, to inform citizens and motivate them to choose more sustainable mobility options.
Citizens can play a major role in providing feedback and contribute in collaborative problem solving through community online platforms. How can this impact be measured by policy makers and be used to ignite solutions for local issues?
How does Stockholm implement ICT integration into a regional or municipal programme? What is the city’s strategic plan on smart mobility and transport?
How can ICT be used to promote a low carbon economy under the concerns of inclusion, transparency and efficiency?
How can transport and mobility remain accessible to all citizens and connect the city both socially and spatially?
Policy implementation for smart mobility on a smaller regional level. The adoption of a holistic regional approach when it comes to combining public transport means: bikes, electric buses, electric trains, etc. with the aim to decrease CO2.
How can public agencies release data and unlock the potential of smart mobility in unprecedented ways?
Can start-ups develop user driven services based on available public data?
How can citizens get involved in the creation and development of a smart mobility ecosystem?
An overview of the state of the art in Intelligent Transport Systems and smart mobility. Here an expert from the academic field will present their projects within KTH, the leading academic institution in Sweden.
How different bodies can join forces in building an inclusive future for smart mobility- a critical reflection on how policies on smart mobility (public sector), academia and the private sector can collaborate to foster innovation.