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Intelligent city forum london draft programme v 14 02 2014

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  • 1. Future Mobility: Transport Innovation for the Intelligent City An International Expert Forum 25.3.2014 London School of Economics and Political Science Future Mobility is a 1-day expert forum jointly hosted by LSE Cities and InnoZ, in cooperation with LSE Enterprise. It will bring together leading experts in future transport and mobility systems from the UK and Germany. Participants will be drawn from across government, industry and policy including public transport authorities, transport industry, technology leaders, policy innovators and academic experts. It will provide a platform for in-depth dialogue and knowledge-exchange on future urban mobility and transport systems. The aim is to engage a community of transport innovators working on future mobility systems and smart urban infrastructure across science, industry, cities and government. The Forum will present findings of a joint LSE Cities/InnoZ research survey on mobility trends in Berlin and London as well as a number of innovative case studies, and address current global trends in shared mobility and sustainable urban transport systems. Sessions will be introduced by leading experts in short, concise presentations followed by group dialogue and open discussion. Ample time will be provided for networking and bilateral exchange. Programme: 10:00 Welcome and Introduction Florian Lennert, Director, Intelligent City Forum, InnoZ/LSE Enterprise 10:30 Opening Remarks    Greeting Cornelia Yzer, Senator for Economics, Technology and Research, Government of the State of Berlin The Future of Mobility – Trends and Challenges Prof. Dr. Andreas Knie, WZB/InnoZ/Deutsche Bahn, Berlin, Germany Leveraging Smart Mobility for the Future City Martin Powell, Global Head of Urban Development, Siemens, London, UK (tbc )
  • 2. 11:00 Mobility Users and Service Innovation  12:30 Understanding Urban Mobility: Evidence from the LSE/InnoZ Survey in Berlin and London Philipp Rode, Executive Director, LSE Cities/Urban Age and Dr. Christian Hoffmann, Director of User Research, InnoZ Networking Lunch 13:30 Sustainable Mobility Systems    Integrated Transport Innovation in London Ben Plowden, Director of Planning, Surface Transport, Transport for London (tbc) BeMobility - Public Electric Mobility-on-Demand Dr. Frank Wolter, Head of Bemobility Project, Deutsche Bahn/InnoZ, Berlin, Germany Electronic Mobility and Social Innovation: Learning from Failure Gorka Espiau, Director of Innovation for Cities and Regions, Young Foundation, London, UK 14:30 Technology and Policy Innovation   Designing Smart Transport Systems for the UK Dr. Paul Zanelli, Chief Technology Officer, Future Transport Systems Catapult, London, UK Urban Transport Transformation – An Economics Perspective Dr. Gabriel Ahlfeldt, Spatial Economics Research Centre, LSE, UK 15:30 Networking Coffee Break 16:00 Developing Integrated Infrastructure   Sustainable Streets Timothy Papandreou, Deputy Director, Sustainable Streets, San Francisco Municipal Transit Authority, California, USA Integrating Mobility in Detroit, Riyadh and Berlin Paul Rogers, MD Central Europe, Buro Happold, Berlin, Germany 17:30 Future Mobility: Summary and Outlook  All 18:00 Networking Reception