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NEXT MOBILITY EXHIBITION 2024. MEANS AND SOLUTIONS TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY

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NEXT MOBILITY EXHIBITION 2024. MEANS AND SOLUTIONS TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY

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EVENTS 10TH MAY 2024

ROAD PUBLIC TRANSIT, ENERGY TRANSITION & DIGITALISATION

10:00am - 11.30am, Pavillion 6, Future Hall

Electrification of cities, innovation as a driver of sustainability

The conference aims to present the most innovative public transport electrification projects in Italy.

 

ROAD PUBLIC TRANSIT, ENERGY TRANSITION & DIGITALISATION

10 p.m.-11.30, Pavillion 10, Green Hall

MAAS, artificial intelligence and e-ticketing: where are we in terms of technology development? By ANAV and Club Italia

Electronic Ticketing, a key element for the mobility of the future. A future that depends on the definition of rules, the design of appropriate governance models and, of course, the development and spread of technologies. New models such as MAAS, but also those based on artificial intelligence, which can be used in many areas, and is certainly also of interest for collective mobility. But what stage of evolution are we at? An in-depth study, involving local public transport companies, technology providers, institutions and associations is needed.

Artificial intelligence in collective transport.

The position of public and private market enterprises

The point of view and commitment of Associations and Institutions

 

SUSTAINABLE & INNOVATIVE URBAN MOBILITY

11:45am - 1:15pm Pavillion 6, Future Hall

Big Data: from theory to practice by AGENS

Ubiquitous and pervasive digital technologies, based on the use of information inputs from the environment around us through a variety of fixed and mobile sensor networks, generate numerical data which, beyond their primary context of use, can be effectively used in other areas. Big Data is now a branch of information science, enriched with processing techniques to select, organise, process data and make them available in usable formats for applications of general use. Mobility is taking advantage of this wide availability to create services and applications aimed at transport efficiency. At the planning stage in particular, knowledge enhanced by detailed information on demand generated by mobile tools can be used to create transport services offering adequate capacity and quality. The knowledge of behaviour and needs derived from the detailed information can also be used to make the freight sector more efficient by reducing inefficiency margins and overhauling logistics services.

MaaS4Italy: the importance of big data in tomorrow's mobility services

Floating Car Data: a data-driven approach to road mobility monitoring and planning

Analysing mobility in Italy using Mobile Network Data

The information content that can be sourced from the big data of the telephone networks to study mobility and analyse travel patterns

The “Intelligent Supply Chain”: streamlining logistics with Big Data

 

ROAD PUBLIC TRANSIT, ENERGY TRANSITION & DIGITALISATION

12:00am – 13:30pm, Pavillion 10, Green Hall

Mobility Innovation Tour: Energy transition to Class III: a future powered by biogas, batteries and hydrogen - by Autobus magazine

 While the electrification of urban commuter fleets is well underway, research and development projects in the long-haul sector are also in full swing and aim to exploit a mix of technologies. Autonomy, passenger capacity and TCO are the targets. The conference will analyse the technologies available and those on the horizon. A discussion between industry and operators to outline the guidelines for the future of commercial bus transport.

 

ROAD PUBLIC TRANSIT, ENERGY TRANSITION & DIGITALISATION

2:30 p.m. - 3 p.m., Pavillion 10, Green Hall

Public transport in Tuscany: entirely contactless EMV and ABT

With its takeover, Autolinee Toscane implemented a single regional ticketing system with ABT (Account Based Ticketing) mode but without smart card issuance. All of this was made possible from the first day of service. This has recently been complemented by a regional contactless EMV system. Customers travel with what they already have in their pockets, whether it is their health card or a bank card. Access to Public Transport has become easier for everyone