INVITATION TO THE MIDLANDS INTELLIGENT MOBILITY CONFERENCE 2018
The Midlands Intelligent Mobility Conference will take place at the Nottingham Conference Centre on 24th January 2018. It will provide a national platform to bring together industry, government and the academic sectors to look at the national strategies to integrate new transport technologies and services. This conference will offer a critical look at the myths about future transport and explore issues brought about by the transition to Intelligent Mobility assessing potential benefits and dis-benefits.
High-level speakers will present government and industry initiatives to support the integration of Intelligent Mobility and help develop a UK skills base for the transition including:
• Inclusive Design – Person-Centred Access Means Good Design for Everyone - Steve Tyler, Leonard Cheshire
• A Need for Inclusive Design - How Intelligent Mobility Could Overcome or Create Transport Related Challenges for Older People and Those with Disabilities - Christine Hemphill, Open Inclusion
• A Potential Approach for the Approval of Automated Vehicles - Mervyn Edwards, TRL
• Using Telematics to Make Transport Smarter and Safer for All - Dr Sam Chapman, The Floow
• Defining Safe Automated Vehicles – The Challenge of Level Three - Dave Baldwin, Thatcham
• Autonomous vehicles – can we believe the hype? - Prof Andrew Morris, Loughborough University
• Making Digital a Reality: How Infrastructure Is Evolving and Being Re-Imagined Through Intelligent Mobility - Nathan Marsh, Atkins
• The Impact of the Deployment of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems in Europe - Kareen El Beyrouty, Ricardo
• Changes in the Way We Travel and Also Potential Influences from National or Local Government - Stephen Bee, DriveNow
• Optimising Our Future Cities for Air Quality - Roland Leigh, Earth Sense and University of Leicester
• Green Light Wave Project - Paul Goodman, Newcastle University
• Autonomous & Connected Vehicles for CleaneR Air (ACCRA) - Francis Robson, CENEX
• Multimodal activity modelling for Mobility as a Service - Patrizia Franco, Transport Systems Catapult
Places are filling up so please register for your free place to avoid disappointment.
The conference offers an excellent opportunity to network with people who are passionate about innovation and intelligent mobility. You will be able to register for a range of different workshops intended to debate how to promote positive outcomes, the best way to incorporate new developments into everyday life and the action planning required to make transport more efficient:
Full details of the programme and exhibition are available on the conference website.
The conference is organised by Loughborough, Coventry, De Montfort and Nottingham Trent Universities in partnership with the Transport Systems Catapult.
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