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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 8TH MAY

10.15 a.m. – 11.30 a.m. Pavillion 10, Green Hall

OPENING CEREMONY- The present and the future of Transportation

By moving people, goods and services, the transport sector plays a crucial role in global economies: the conference aims to analyze the Italian transport industry from an international economic perspective. During the conference, experts, entrepreneurs and representatives of institutions will discuss the methods, processes, technologies and policies to make the future of the transport of goods and people in Italy more ecological, safe, inclusive and efficient.

 

SUSTAINABLE & INNOVATIVE URBAN MOBILITY

2pm - 3.30pm, Pavillion 6, Future Hall

Presentation of the study on Local Public Transport – by Pierluigi Coppola, Professor at the Department of Mechanics, Politecnico di Milano and round table with Associations (Agens, Anav, Asstra) and stakeholders

The study by the Politecnico di Milano, presented at the Next Mobility Exhibition, aims to analyse the economic and social benefits of integrated, sustainable and widespread local public transport. It also outlines the structural investments into the service required for the sector’s revival.

 

SUSTAINABLE & INNOVATIVE URBAN MOBILITY

2.00 p.m. – 2.30 p.m., Pavillion 10, Green Hall

ioki: DRT services from the experience in Central Europe to the pilots in Italy. Organized by IOKI

The presentation aims to describe ioki's products and services. The focus will be on the navigation and training tool for drivers and operators, but also on the platform for DRT services. In addition, the first projects implemented in Italy will be highlighted and described in detail.
ioki is a leading company in the public transport sector. Since 2018, it has been developing digital mobility solutions that make public transport connections in urban, suburban and rural areas more accessible and sustainable, and has been working with public authorities and transport operators to shape a more sustainable and digital future.

 

SUSTAINABLE & INNOVATIVE URBAN MOBILITY

2.45 p.m. – 3.15 p.m., Pavillion 10, Green Hall

Beyond Complexity: Simplifying the Public Transport Experience. Organized by FAIRTIQ

Citizens are increasingly demanding immediacy and fluidity, not only in their interactions with private companies, but also with governments and their services, including public transportation. However, the reality of complex governance structures is expected to remain unchanged for the foreseeable future, so how can industry players hide this complexity and deliver the simple experiences that citizen-customers expect? Panelists will focus on this diagnosis and provide some insights into achieving simplicity in a complex environment, with the ultimate goal of increasing public transportation adoption

 

ROAD PUBLIC TRANSIT, ENERGY TRANSITION & DIGITALISATION

3.30 p.m. – 5 p.m., Pavillion 10, Green Hall

Vision Zero, public transport safety conference - by Safe Industries and CBM

Italy's current standards are not in line with European objectives in terms of public transport safety due to the lack of compliance with the EU2144/2019 regulation on the compulsory use of advanced driver assistance systems for public transport. This is confirmed by the number of accidents on our roads involving LPT vehicles every year. Raising public and institutional awareness of the importance of this issue is now crucial, and the conference organised by the innovative startup Safe Industries, set up in the national strategic interest of urban security by the National Anti-Mafia Directorate and CBM Company, a world leader in the distribution of spare parts for public transport vehicles, aims precisely to address this challenge, which has regulatory and technical implications. The event will bring together all those involved in road and public transport safety, by setting new standards and outlining a roadmap for making our cities safer places.