MOVE 2023 Mobility Re-Imagined
MOVE is the world's most important mobility event, where disruptive technology and innovation drive change.
Automotive OEMs, transport operators, tech companies, fleet, energy companies, fast growing startups and policymakers gather every year to discover next generation technologies being brought into the marketplace.
Invest in Bavaria will be at the Bavarian pavilion together with Bayern International and various companies in the field of Mobility and Smart City.
Visit us in hall N2 | booth 6.
You are kindly invited to the event:
How to build a strong data ecosystem for resilient and sustainable cities
The panel discussion will be followed by a reception.
Wednesday, 21 June, 6pm at The Good Hotel London Western Gateway, London E16 1FA, UK
With the MOVE and InfoSecurity trade fairs being held in London at the same time, we would like to take the opportunity to invite you to a discussion about how data can help us build more resilient, sustainable, and efficient cities. The discussion will reflect on what role public authorities and the private sector could or should play, as well as the importance of gaining support from residents. We will further analyse the technologies and infrastructure needed and how to ensure the safety of those applications. With speakers from the UK and Germany, the potentially different approaches, and lessons to be learned in both countries will also be part of the conversation. We are looking forward to discussing these topics and welcoming you to a reception at the Roof Terrasse of the Good Hotel London to network with German and British companies, authorities, and organisations.
- Imperial College London, Centre for Transport Studies, Prof Arnab Majumdar
- [ui!] Urban Software Institute, Mr Jason Warwick
- IT-Security Cluster, Dr Matthias Kampmann
- City of Munich, Dr Mara Cole
Moderation: Mr Nicolai Hanisch, Bayern Innovativ Partners:
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Please note that due to limited capacity places will be allocated on a first come first