IOMOBILITY AWARDS: Registration now open for the NEXGEN MOBILITY CONFERENCE in Milan on 31 January. Massimo Marciani, FIT President, moderates the session ‘Energy, services and sustainability at the centre of the evolutionary and competitive scenario’.
The country-system needs to design, especially in critical areas like Northern Italy, the so-called Next Generation Mobility: sustainable, connected, safe and accessible. Out of this awareness comes the NEXGEN MOBILITY CONFERENCE, event organised as part of the IOMOBILITY AWARDS of which FIT is Networking Partner and organised in partnership with UNICREDIT START LAB, scheduled to take place in Milan on 31 January 2024 at the Unicredit Tower Hall.
The event is dedicated to the topics of technology, research, innovation, investment and how to involve companies and institutions. Great attention will also be paid to MaaS, AI and how digital technologies are enabling the ‘revolution’ in mobility, both public and private.
Participation is free of charge and restricted to professionals and the PA. Pre-registration is required at this link: https://iomobility.me/nextgen-mobility-conference-2024/
Massimo Marciani, president of FIT Consulting, will moderate the session ‘NexGen Mobility: energy, services and sustainability at the centre of the evolutionary and competitive scenario’, scheduled at 3.45 p.m. and will feature as speakers Valerio Matarrese, Head of Research and Testing Generali Jeniot; Gianmarco Montanari, General Manager MOST – National Centre for Sustainable Mobility; Michele Perotti, Sustainable Mobility Observatory Manager AGICI – Corporate Finance and Silvia Verace, Head of Public Infrastructures Development A2A E-Mobility.
Themes at the heart of the debate will be the pandemic and climate change, which have recently given great impetus to changing the way citizens perceive the environment in which they live and move around, making the path towards increasingly sustainable but also safe, efficient and accessible mobility now unavoidable. There will also be a focus on advances in digital technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), the cloud, edge computing and 5G/6Gm high-speed communication networks, which can enable this pathway and make clear the need for common standards, infrastructure and platforms across national territories and beyond.
Further round tables and moments of discussion and debate are also planned during the day, including:
- 14:45 – Towards Smart Land 2030: what role for next generation mobility?
- 16:45 – Mobility in the AI era: what opportunities? Which risks?
The full programme of the day is available by clicking here or to the websitehttps://iomobility.me/nextgen-mobility-conference-2024/