In order to maximise individual and societal benefits of road automation, it is crucial to think beyond automated vehicle itself and explore new scenarios for mobility services. Shared and automated mobility services have the potential to become game changer to transform mobility of people and goods and to offer concrete solutions which are not technically or economically feasible with conventional public transport systems and long haul/urban freight delivery services.
Iain Macbeth, Transport for London
Guido di Pasquale, UITP
Sofia Löfstrand, VOLVO
Sami Sahala, Forum Virium
Shinj iItsubo, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Japan (MLIT)
Nadège Faul, VEDECOM