Intelligent City Mobility
Intelligent City Mobility

12 November 2015 - KIA Oval, London

Intelligent City Mobility
Intelligent City Mobility
Intelligent City Mobility

The Car and the City Programme



Tea and coffee served in the exhibition


Welcome Peter Stonham, Chairman, Landor LINKS

Session 1: The Car and the City

The day starts with a plenary session which addresses the question: What role should the car have in future urban mobility?

The plenary panel comprises representatives from the automotive, transport planning, academic and policy-making sectors.

Cars: Are they the optimal form of city transport?

Professor John Miles, Chairman, IMPACT Working Group on Cities and Supporting Infrastructure, University of Cambridge

Proof of technology is not the same as proof of benefit 

Phil Goodwin, Professor of Transport Policy, University College London and University of the West of England 

The city mobility concept - The BMWi vision

Joseph Seal-Driver, Director, DriveNow UK, and Harry Clarke, Commercial Director, RingGo

Connecting cars, people and city infrastructure

Kenneth Malmberg, European Business Development Lead for Infotainment and Telematics, General Motors Europe

Followed by debate and discussion


Morning Break

Tea & coffee in the exhibition


Session 2: Roadmap to reality

What will car use in future urban centres look like, and how do we get there?

Fleets in the city

Gerry Keaney, Chief Executive, BVRLA

Personal mobility and sustainability: EV futures

Dr Paul Nieuwenhuis, Co-director, Centre for Automotive Industry Research & Electric Vehicle Centre of Excellence

Cars on demand: scale, technology and policy

Martyn Briggs, Industry Principal, Mobility, Automotive & Transportation, Frost & Sullivan

Cities and connected and autonomous vehicles

Iain Forbes, Head of the DfT-BIS Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles joint policy unit



Served in the Exhibition area, sponsored by Zenco Systems


Session 3: Changing car use in response to new technologies

Chair: Professor John Polak, Chairman, Centre for Transport Studies and Director, Urban Systems Laboratory, Imperial College London

What might connected vehicles mean for city authorities?

Ian Patey, ITS (UK), and Head of Profession, Mouchel Consulting

Does the car have a future in the city?

Nick Anderson, New Project Development, Transport Systems Catapult

Data: the fuel of future urban mobility

Richard Harris, Transportation and Government, Xerox

'Disruptive Technologies for Travel' - An automotive perspective

Chris Reeves, Commercial Manager, Horiba MIRA, UK

Panel discussion and Q&A


Afternoon break

Tea and coffee break


Session 4: A socially and environmentally friendly role for cars? Case studies

The day concludes with delegates from Parking World, The Car and the City and Space & Place coming together to listen to stories from cities that have developed and implemented policies such as mobility as a service initiatives, speed restrictions, car-free streets, cycle schemes, car clubs, park & ride schemes, maximum parking standards, etc.

The context: the rise of urban mobility services: past trends and future prospects

Professor John Polak, Chairman, Centre for Transport Studies and Director, Urban Systems Laboratory, Imperial College London

Helsinki, Finland: a traffic lab for new era mobility, and Helsinki's Mobility on Demand service

Sampo Hietanen, Founder, Mobility as a Service, Helsinki, and CEO, ITS Finland

Milton Keynes: what driverless futures will mean for the city

Brian Matthews, Head of Transport Innovation, Milton Keynes Council

Followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with guest speakers from the day, chaired by Professor Polak

  • John Siraut, Technical Director, Economics, Jacobs

  • Nick Lester-Davis, Corporate director of Services, London Councils

  • Steve Melia, Senior Lecturer in Transport and Planning, University of the West of England

  • Max Crane-Robinson, Commercial Director, National Car Parks

  • John Dales, Director, Urban Movement


Networking reception

A chance for speakers, exhibitors and delegates to discuss the day's learning and also how to enter the Smarter Travel Awards 2016 and British Parking Awards 2016.


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