Data, AR, human emotion and social impact
Hana Sutch, Partner, Go Jauntly

How Augmented Reality and immersive technology has the ability to impact on behaviour change and the way people feel towards their environment and cities.




Civil enforcement as part of a smart transport ecosystem
Ade Worgan, Senior Business Development Manager, Siemens Mobilty Ltd

Civil enforcement solutions are important elements of smart transport eco-systems. An efficient system offers benefits such as reduced congestion, increased economic efficiency, improved road safety, better air quality and helps tackle transport challenges and support policy objectives.


A one way electric car-sharing system
Majid Adeeb, Peter Davidson Consultancy

Can car-sharing be made more profitable by overcoming the redistribution problem? The ESPRIT project aims to develop electric vehicles which can be connected together and driven in a road train like supermarket trolleys, using an optimised system design that can cover costs and possibly make a profit.


Results from the 2019 MaaS Survey
Beate Kubitz, editor, MaaS Survey

The annual Landor LINKS MaaS Survey is now in its third year, and is recording the changes and developments in MaaS and new mobility innovation, as well as attitudes, hopes and fears across in the sector. Key findings from the 2019 survey will be announced in this talk.


Coding the road for a connected mobility future
Dan Hubert, CEO & Founder, AppyWay


Smarter trains for the Liverpool City Region
David Powell, Programme Director, Rolling Stock, Merseytravel 

Merseyrail’s new fleet of trains will be introduced over the course of 2020/21, featuring wireless connectivity, real-time CCTV monitoring, smarter passenger information and, potentially, battery traction.