The international Tampere Smart City Expo & Conference takes place over two days at the Nokia Arena in Tampere, Finland, and features forward-looking thinkers, cutting edge technology,
The international Tampere Smart City Expo & Conference takes place over two days at the Nokia Arena in Tampere, Finland, and features forward-looking thinkers, cutting edge technology, services and solutions.
EIT Urban Mobility will host a panel discussion on Tuesday 6 June at 12.00-13.00:
Title: High-tech vs. low-tech: What mobility innovations are needed for the future sustainable city?
Description: As cities seek innovative solutions to reduce emissions and become more sustainable and liveable, high-tech solutions such as electric and autonomous vehicles are often touted as major game changers. However, low-tech solutions such as incentivising behavioural change or enabling more active mobility and public transport can also be effective ways to make cities more sustainable and liveable.
This panel discussion will invite city officials, industry representatives and start-ups to share their perspectives on the role of (and balance between) existing and future high-tech and low-tech mobility solutions in shaping the future sustainable city.
- Anders Bengtsson, Head of Innovation Hub North at EIT Urban Mobility (moderator)
- Matias Ansaharju, Development Manager at City of Tampere
- Olli Koski, Director of Nordic Public Policy and Government Relations at Wolt
- Vlada Musvydaitė-Vilčiauskė, CEO and Founder of #walk15
- Elvija Vanaga, COO and Co-Founder of Bruntor
When are where
Tuesday 6 June at 12.00-13.00 (local time) at Box 48/49 on the 4th floor of Nokia Arena
More info about the Tampere Smart City Expo & Conference here: www.tscec.fi/en
(Tuesday) 12:00 - 13:00