IMPACT>MOBILITY, the smart mobility conference to be held in Amsterdam in June, has released 50 free tickets for city and government representatives.
The complimentary tickets are on offer to delegates representing city authorities, public transport providers and government bodies and can be claimed by contacting the IMPACT>MOBILITY team directly. Delegates attending the conference, which will take place on 23 and 24 June, will have the chance to connect and build relationships with investors, transport industry representatives and mobility service platform operators; as well as sharing intelligence with policymakers from cities including London, Amsterdam, Barcelona and Lublin, among others. More than 200 senior leaders will attend the event.
The IMPACT>MOBILITY conference – Europe’s first mobility data summit – aims to enhance the urban data marketplace and deliver sustainable Mobility as a Service (MaaS) solutions by bringing together industry leaders, investors and policymakers to create partnerships and promote a progressive urban mobility ecosystem. Topics on the agenda include:
- Mobilising strategic partnerships to expand the mobility data ecosystem to increase its commercial benefits, while boosting the efficacy of sustainable urban transport;
- Promoting multimodality in urban mobility through partnerships and integrated service platforms;
- Utilising data connectivity to enable real time service updates and lag-free payments for a seamless smart public transport system;
- Deploying smart grid technology to boost electric vehicle charging infrastructure and integrating electric vehicles into taxi and rideshare fleets; and
- Implementing mobility data in real time to optimise drivers’ routes, avoid congestion and promote sustainable journeys.
IMPACT>MOBILITY Head of Content Luke James said: “As part of our strategy to ensure we have the right balance of senior stakeholders from the private and public sectors we are excited to extend 50 complimentary tickets for delegation from cities and government. We are very deliberate in ensuring we have all parts of the ecosystem represented and this creates a huge opportunity for mobility service providers to building sustainable long-term relationships with European cities.”