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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 9TH MAY 2024

SUSTAINABLE & INNOVATIVE URBAN MOBILITY

10am - 12pm, Pavillion 6, Future Hall

Near-term innovations for sustainable Public Transport – by AGENS

The process of energy transition to a net-zero economic system is driving the “seventh revolution” in transport. This change is taking place in three different ways: moving away from fossil fuels, developing autonomous and connected vehicles and researching new mobility options. The process of electrification, both direct and indirect, is already underway, and batteries are the key element for producing new and increasingly sustainable vehicle solutions. Despite the success of current lithium storage technologies, new and more promising advancements are being investigated to create increasingly powerful devices that can reduce supply chain impacts, offer greater resource independence and provide storage-extending performance (sensing and self-repair). Electrification has contributed to autonomous driving, and we already have level 3 solutions in industrial programmes. Interesting applications for collective transport are emerging thanks to intelligent automation that promotes flexible services, such as platooning systems based on the splitting and bundling of semi-autonomous modular units.

The innovation process in Public Transport for the climate transition (AGENS)

Sustainable batteries: enabling technologies for climate neutrality in Europe

‘Platooning’ for a flexible transport service 

 

SUSTAINABLE & INNOVATIVE URBAN MOBILITY

10am - 11:30am, Pavillion 10, Green Hall

Presentation of the study “Towards a national strategy for bus transport and tourism” by Paolo Beria, Associate Professor, Department of Architecture and Urban Studies, Politecnico di Milano. Event organised by ANAV

The study "Towards a national strategy for bus transport and tourism", carried out by the Politecnico di Milano - Department of Architecture and Urban Studies, aims to analyse the public bus transport market and, by studying the demand for services and the travel behaviour of tourists, its current and potential role in the tourism sector. The relationships and possible links with local public transport and the open bus and cruise segments will be analysed in order to establish the role and impact of car transport on tourism and to identify potential strategic lines of development.

 

ROAD PUBLIC TRANSIT, ENERGY TRANSITION & DIGITALISATION

11:45am – 1:30pm, Pavillion 10, Green Hall

The fare topic as opportunity to support investments in the sector (by ASSTRA)

One of ASSTRA main goal is that of editing a document that deals with the fare topic and its evolution, declining it in the current industrial and macroeconomic context, in order to stimulate a discussion between the involved institutional subjects, first of all, regions and local authorities, which have competence in this field, and to put forward solutions and proposals.

 

ROAD PUBLIC TRANSIT, ENERGY TRANSITION & DIGITALISATION

2pm - 3:30pm, Pavillion 6, Future Hall

Seminar on the European social regulation of passenger transport by bus and coach – by ANAV

Four years after the legislative changes introduced by the Mobility Package 1, adopted in July 2020, the Association is organising a seminar on the implementation of the comprehensive EU and national regulations in the bus and coach sector, with a special focus on the new application of the regulations in the light of the case law and practice developed in recent years.

 

SUSTAINABLE & INNOVATIVE URBAN MOBILITY

2pm - 3:30pm, Pavillion 10, Green Hall

Balance shifts in public transport: operators and industry in the energy transition era.  Internationalisation, business models, strategies – by Sustainable-bus.com

In the era of energy transition, public transport is undergoing profound shifts in operational and financial dynamics. Operators and industry players navigate a new landscape marked by changing consumer preferences, technological advancements, and environmental imperatives. 

 

ROAD PUBLIC TRANSIT, ENERGY TRANSITION & DIGITALISATION

2pm - 3:30pm, Pavillion 6, Future Hall

3.45 p.m. – 4.15 p.m. 

From Mobile Ticketing to Mobility Solutions according to a data-driven approach. The new positioning of A-Tono and its proposal to the mobility market. Organized by A-TONO

Over the past ten years, A-Tono has increasingly integrated into the electronic ticketing sector. Starting from the initial services with phone credit, to the utilization of its own retail network DropPoint, as well as the use of DropPOS for direct sales with its banking services, the Service has evolved and has seen continuous growth in the realm of public transport, intercity transport, as well as railway, achieving widespread coverage across the entire national territory.

As we all know, the needs of companies and users have changed over the years: from simple ticketing offerings, today, there is increasing talk of comprehensive offerings, where MAAS (Mobility as a Service) services, with all their limitations, should offer users the possibility of a single channel of use that theoretically allows for the implementation of both public and private mobility services.

The challenge for the A-Tono group, and particularly for the business unit related to the mobility sector, will be to offer Transport Services to companies not only the possibility of widespread, simple, and immediate sales, but also to meet the needs of end users who seek in digital systems a single channel that offers a new approach to mobility, increasingly aimed at solving practical daily needs.

Through market analyses conducted over the past few months, A-Tono aims to present its new positioning and what it intends to offer, through its solutions, to all market operators in the Mobility sector who intend to use the tools that the company wants to make available.

 

SUSTAINABLE & INNOVATIVE URBAN MOBILITY

3:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., Pavillion 6, Future Hall

Sustainable Mobility for the Islands – by Premio Stromboli and Politecnico di Milano

 

SUSTAINABLE & INNOVATIVE URBAN MOBILITY

4:30 p.m.-5.00 p.m.,  Pavillion 10, Green Hall

Redefining public transport: From intelligent planning to the launch of flexible and integrated services. 

Organized by VIA TECHNOLOGIES EUROPE B.V.