Date: Wednesday 28th November 9am-4pm Location : Derby Pride Park Stadium
The End Of Car Ownership And The Future Of Transportation?
Industry analysts predict a shift from private vehicle ownership to the use of “mobility service providers” offering access to a comprehensive range of on-demand transport services. Many OEMs, Transport Authorities, Ride Operators, data and software businesses are already positioning themselves in the emerging Mobility-as-a-Service market: –
“It’s our goal to help people replace their car with their phone by offering a range of mobility options – whether cars, bikes, scooters or public transport – all in the Uber app”. Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber Chief Executive
This Conference, with training content developed by Cenex, offers insights from leading industry experts on the Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) concept, its potential impact on City transportation services, examines early industry trends and considers the opportunities for SMEs within emerging supply chains.
Confirmed presentations: –
- BMW Group – Alphabet (GB) Limited – ‘Mobility-as-a-Service OEM strategies’
- Uber– ‘Uber’s future plans and case study’
- Transport for West Midlands- Whim case study:- ‘How Maas can help tackle transport problems in a city’.
- KPMG– ‘Early industry trends & future business models’
- The Floow– ‘The role of data in Mobility service provider innovations’
- ITP– ‘How Cities will become smarter by using MaaS’
- Transport Systems Catapult– ‘Future supply chain opportunities for UK businesses’
- Cenex– training content on- ‘What is MaaS and how does it work? Emerging business models. Barriers & opportunities.
Delegate Fee – The introductory delegate fee of only £95 (plus VAT) includes: –
- Presentation content
- Lunch, drinks and refreshments.
- Free parking
Exhibitions – Exhibition display areas are available in the main conference hall.Sponsorship packages also available.
For further information contact :- Neil Horsley- firstname.lastname@example.org