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YOUR FUTURE HAS ARRIVED

Explore the latest mobility tech, trends, and challenges in the Shift track at TNW2020.

Data, autonomy, and connectivity have fuelled the future of mobility. By 2020, analysts predict the global connected car industry will be a $141 billion market. But the deployment of connected vehicles is far from certain – will it be in the form of self-driving cars, electric motors, or new forms of transport?

Companies, regulators, and city planners are now racing to balance tomorrow’s vision with today’s needs. What role should micro-mobility play in the overall urban transportation landscape, and what is intelligent city infrastructure?

This track is for you if…

You work in city planning, are a design and strategy exec for a mobility tech maker, or want a peek into the future of your morning commute.

THEMES

Here’s what we’ll be exploring on the Shift stage

  • TRENDS OF TOMORROW


    Changing consumer demands and decarbonization continue to disrupt business models for automakers and retailers. Which trends, innovations, and technologies are set to impact the industry in the next 6-18 months?

  • MOBILITY AS A SERVICE


    Deployment and implementation are holding back Mobility as a Service (MaaS). What defines MaaS and what improvements are needed to maximize benefits? How will 5G and network technology contribute to urban mobility?

  • INTELLIGENT CITIES


    Cities must redefine their urban mobility vision to achieve a seamless, flexible, multimodal, and integrated network. What challenges stand in the way, and how can tech overcome them?

SPEAKERS

Don't miss these inspiring speakers talk about the latest automotive trends.

  • Matthew Beedham

    Matthew Beedham

    Reporter,
    SHIFT by TNW

  • Peter Campbell

    Peter Campbell

    Global Motor Industry Correspondent,
    Financial Times

  • Jim Adler

    Jim Adler

    Founding Managing Director,
    Toyota AI Ventures

  • Adina Vălean

    Adina Vălean

    Commissioner for Transport,
    European Commission

  • Michael Hurwitz

    Michael Hurwitz

    Director of Transport Innovation,
    Transport for London (TFL)

  • Dominick Moxon-Tritsch

    Dominick Moxon-Tritsch

    Director of Regulation and Public Policy,
    Bolt

  • Lucas di Grassi

    Lucas di Grassi

    Formula E Champion | Electric Mobility Entrepreneur | UN Ambassador for Clean Air

  • Piia Karjalainen

    Piia Karjalainen

    Secretary General,
    MaaS Alliance

  • Verena Löw

    Verena Löw

    Head of Strategy and Communication Department,
    VBB Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg

  • Sampo Hietanen

    Sampo Hietanen

    CEO,
    MaaS Global

  • Patrick McGee

    Patrick McGee

    San Francisco Correspondent,
    Financial Times

  • Yoojung Ahn

    Yoojung Ahn

    Head of Design,
    Waymo

  • Michelle Avary

    Michelle Avary

    Head of Automotive and Autonomous Mobility,
    The World Economic Forum (WEF)

  • Stan Boland

    Stan Boland

    co-founder and CEO,
    Five

  • Sohaila Ouffata

    Sohaila Ouffata

    Director of Platform,
    BMW i Ventures

  • Philip Kastel

    Philip Kastel

    Director of Mobility Services,
    Porsche AG

  • Aaron Jefferson

    Aaron Jefferson

    Vice President of Product,
    Luminar

  • Thomas Ingenlath

    Thomas Ingenlath

    Chief Executive Officer,
    Polestar

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