Connected Mobility Summit 2019: Making the Future of Mobility Work will take place on October 8 in Amsterdam.
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(FROM 9:00 AM to 9:30 AM) Interview Developing digital tools for safe, clean and connected technology – What’s left?
Violeta Bulc, European Commissioner for Mobility and Transport, sits down with POLITICO’s Transport Reporter Josh Posaner, to discuss what’s left to develop digital tools for safe, clean and connected technology.
Introductory remarks from the Connected Transport Summit’s Master of Ceremony: Mark Scott, Chief Technology Correspondent, POLITICO.
(FROM 9:30 AM TO 10:15 AM) Panel discussion Navigating the tech-revolution in transport
Merja Kyllönen, MEP (GUE-NGL), Committee on Transport and Tourism, European Parliament; former Transport minister of Finland, Sigrid de Vries, Secretary General, CLEPA, and Valérie Cussac, Vice President Mobile Business Unit, Orange Business Services join POLITICO’s Chief Technology Correspondent Mark Scott, to discuss how to navigate the tech revolution in transport.
Partner introductory remarks: Sapan Shah, Vice President, Global Cities, Enterprise Partnerships, Mastercard
(FROM 10:15 AM to 10:40 AM) Interview Bridging the gap between innovation and governance
László Palkovics, Minister for Innovation and Technology, Hungary sits down with POLITICO’s Chief Technology Correspondent Mark Scott to discuss how to bridge the gap between innovation and governance.
(FROM 11:10 AM to 11:35 AM) Interview “Cleaning up” transport: Are we doing enough to deliver green transport of tomorrow?
Maroš Šefčovič, Vice-President of the European Commission in charge of Energy Union sits down with POLITICO’s Energy Reporter Anca Gurzu to discuss whether enough is done to deliver green transport of tomorrow.
Traditional means of transport have entered the digital realm at an exponential rate – redefining modern mobility. Digital connectivity is not only a solution for new efficiency, safety and sustainability standards, but also a regulatory reality. Theory is turning into practice: so how will the authorities of today build the future of tomorrow?
The EU’s third and final installment of its ‘Europe on the Move’ mobility package was announced in May, the EU budget post-2021is subject to intense negotiations and there have been agreements on key digital files, so lawmakers are grappling with the nuts and bolts of intelligent transport systems, autonomous vehicles, data management, research spending priorities, smart cities and multi-modal networks.
Join over 120 policymakers, experts, regulators and disruptors cross-cutting sectors such as transport, tech, telecommunications, energy and more for a full-day, highly-interactive summit in Brussels. POLITICO’s journalists will lead high-level interviews, dynamic discussions and breakout sessions.
Vice-President of the European Commission for Energy Union
European Commissioner for Transport and Mobility
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