The workshop is part of the launch suite of activities for the Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobilities Jean Monnet Network (CCAMEU), which is co-funded by a European Union ERASMUS+ Grant and the University of South Australia.
Other Network Partners include Aalborg University, Denmark; University of Canterbury, New Zealand; Tartu University, Estonia and Keio University, Japan.
Challenges of EU Automated Mobility Systems: Integrating Theoretical Perspectives
May 13th, 2019 from 9 am - 5 pm
Green City AG, Munich
"No-One Driving: Dwelling in the Age of Automated Mobilities"
Prof. Anthony Elliott, University of South Australia (Australia)
“Implications of Automated and Connected Mobility Systems for Smart Cities and Urban Planning”
Prof. Malene Freudendal-Pedersen, Aalborg (Denmark)
“Cultural and Structural Changes in the System of Automobility”
Prof. Sven Kesselring, Geislingen (Germany)
"Mobility of Tomorrow and Autonomous Vehicle"
Anders Eugensson, Former Director of Governmental Affairs, Volvo
"The Daimler Vision for Autonomous Mobility Service"
Adela Spulber, City Relations/Business Development Manager (Autonomous Services), Daimler
"New Mobility Services"
Prof. Malte Ackermann, Institute for Automotive Industry, Nürtingen-Geislingen University
"Automated Driving, the Future of Urban Mobility and CO2 emissions"
Armin Gräter, Technical Product Manager Regulation Automated Driving, BMW Group
PANEL DISCUSSION: "Mobilities Futures. Challenges, Risks and Chances"