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Transport Research & Innovation to help shape the urban mobility ecosystem of tomorrow - 18.10.2019 - Paris

We are glad to open registrations and share a draft agenda of the workshop "Transport research & innovation to help shape the urban mobility of tomorrow", taking place on Friday 18 October in Paris. 
 
How can innovation help to solve cities' and regions' mobility challenges?
Laurent Probst, CEO of Ile-de-France Mobilités and EMT Madrid's Sergio Fernández Balaguer will set the scene by explaining how they engage in innovation to improve mobility services.
 
Interactive city-industry session
An interactive session with cities and new mobility service operators will explore the solutions that are likely to shape the city of tomorrow, with interventions from Lime, Uber, Airbus and Valeo and more. 
 
Identifying building blocks and gaps in transport R&I
Break-out sessions will aim to identify building blocks and gaps in transport research and innovation: how to move from research to deployment? How to scale up innovative solutions? What technical, policy, socio-economic research & innovation is required to help shape the urban mobility ecosystem of tomorrow? 
 
Karen Vancluysen, Secretary General of Polis, will introduce and moderate the event.
 
The full draft agenda is available here.
 
 
 Register to Transport Research & Innovation To Help Shape The Urban Mobility Ecosystem Of Tomorrow
 
 

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When
Friday 18 October
in conjunction with the Autonomy Urban Mobility Summit (16-17 October)
 
While in Paris... Please also join us for the "Get Our Cities Moving" programme at Autonomy on 17 October! More details here.
 
Where
Paris (France), hosted by Ile-de-France Mobilités, 41 Rue de Châteaudun
 
About the workshop
The workshop will bring the research, industry and start-up communities together with practitioners from cities in need of new transport solutions. 
 
ERTRAC organises this workshop in the framework of the FUTURE-RADAR project. Attendance is free of charge.


FUTURE-RADAR has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 723970.