EIT Urban Mobility Innovation Hub North will be officially inaugurated at the Nordic Perspective summit on 13 October. Join us online or in person for this full day interesting event! During the opening plenary session starting at 09,:00 CEST Dr Maria Tsavachidis, CEO EIT Urban Mobility, Henrik Morgen, Director Innovation Hub North and young changemakers from EIT Urban Mobility partner DTU – Technical University of Denmark will give their take on the future of mobility.
The Nordic Summit Perspective is a full day face-to-face event at DTU Campus, bringing together all relevant stakeholders across the whole EIT Urban Mobility network and beyond. The Summit creates a stage for sharing knowledge and experience from ongoing urban mobility projects, innovations and initiatives, new challenges and opportunities and new competencies across cities, academia and the private sector.
The Nordic countries have a challenging climate (rainy, cold and icy), they have energy policies in place and are largely on track in their decarbonisation of electricity, heat and buildings. Transportation and mobility, however, present multiple pressing challenges: the fossil fuel intensity of transport, long travel distances, the state of public transport infrastructure, congestion, population density and electrification of transport.
Moderator: Mikael Nybacka, Associate Professor, KTH, Division of Vehicle Dynamics
- A smart and sufficient charging infrastructure for electric vehicle
- State of Health Evaluation of 10 V2G EVs
- Electric Road System (ERS) overview and how could a national ERS be established
- Wireless electric roads – ready for large scale deployment
- Towards 100% electro-mobility: An EV driver’s perspective
Moderator: Bernadette Bergsma, Head of Communications and Stakeholder Relations, EIT Urban Mobility
- Towards personalised incentives for car sharing – Share More EIT-Urban Mobility project
- Regulator Perspective (policy changes)
- People-first Mobility
- Mistra SAMS Sustainable Accessibility and Mobility Solutions
Moderator: Anders Fjendbo Jensen, Associate Professor DTU, Department of Technology, Management and Economics
- Increased International Interest in New Cycling Infrastructure
- Strategic effort for supercycle paths in the Capital Region
- Socio-economic Evaluations of Super Bike Highways
- Introduction to Bike-Longer 2020
- Results from user and stakeholder interviews in Copenhagen
- Results from user and stakeholder interviews in Tel Aviv
- Development of apps for revealing bicyclist behaviour
Moderator: Claudio Roncoli, Assistant Professor, Aalto University, Department of Built Environment
- What is the role of Micro-mobility post-Covid19?
- Road towards Automation
- Aalto University projects (smart traffic and open data)
- Smart mobility piloting to enable future mobility solutions: The Jätkäsaari Mobility Lab in Helsinki
- Traffic management for future mobility
Moderator: Kersten Heineke, Partner, McKinsey & Company
- Impact of COVID-19 on future mobility solutions
- How Movia uses Neural Networks-models to support social distancing requirements
- Exploration of TomTom data to assess the impact of COVID-19 on traffic
- Impacts of COVID-19 on public transport use in Sweden
Moderator: Otto Anker Nielsen, Professor, DTU, Department of Technology, Management and Economics
- Public Transport, Walking, and Urban Environments
- Developing analysis of future transport infrastructure in urban context – Example: Copenhagen Metro
- Intermodal transit hubs – a driver for urban life and development
- By & Havn
Click here to visit the conference website for more information.