Using innovative vehicle technology to address today’s business and sustainability challenges

19/11/2020
London

Using innovative vehicle technology to address today’s business and sustainability challenges

Using innovative vehicle technology to address today’s business and sustainability challenges

Improvements in mobility lie at the heart of much of the economic development and growth that we have seen since the industrial revolution. Connecting people, goods and services effectively is the cornerstone of any successful economy.

Today, however, we face a unique set of challenges and problems. As more of the world’s population moves to cities, congestion grows, causing pollution and damaging business efficiency. Climate change makes these problems ever more urgent.

The future of mobility lies in the technologies and innovations in vehicle design and connectivity that are in development and are beginning to be deployed globally. This innovation will generate large amounts of data that will lead to actionable analytics, helping us to solve these problems while delivering improved efficiency, increased revenues and new business models.

However, to take advantage of innovation and the information we can generate, we need to rethink the way we approach mobility. We need to ensure that technology in smart cities is used to drive sustainability and connectivity.

This free breakfast will explore:

  • How the cities of the future will benefit from the data and connectivity from connected cars
  • How mobility, including shared mobility, will develop rapidly over the next few years
  • How data from vehicle use can be used to effectively identify consumer trends and business opportunities in city life
  • How the future of mobility will be sustainable, by reducing congestion, pollution and accidents
  • How the data created by smart cities and through vehicle connectivity can be used to improve citizens’ lives

Join this conversation where we will uncover and analyse what businesses can do to capitalise on the business opportunities that innovations in mobility will bring.

The questions we will explore

  • What are the most significant changes to mobility technology that are currently emerging?
  • What is the most significant data that can be generated from vehicle use and how can its analysis contribute to the sustainability agenda?
  • How can data from vehicles be used to reduce road traffic accidents and pollution?
  • How will individuals and businesses adapt to the opportunities of emerging mobility technology?
  • How will connected vehicles alter the way that individuals and organisations communicate?
  • How will innovations in mobility, including analysing the data from connected vehicles, enable cities to become smarter and better able to tackle congestion and increase transport speed?
  • How will businesses be impacted by the transformation of mobility technology? Where are the opportunities and how can they be identified?
  • What investments in technology and data analysis do organisations need to make in order to take advantage of technological change?
  • How can we act now to start using the technologies already becoming available?

Who is invited?

This breakfast meeting is designed for senior decision makers in large organisations with an interest in the future of mobility such as the automotive, fleet management, retail analysis, insurance and public policy sectors. Delegates will typically be in the C-suite or will have job titles such as head of innovation, head of technology or head of mobility.

Registered attendees include:

Ricardo plc – Group Strategy and Transformation Director 

Group Lotus – Director – Future Mobility & Strategic

Centrica – Head of Fleet & Transportation Strategy

Be one of 12 senior automotive and mobility professionals around the table at the Goring Hotel in central London.

For any enquiries, please contact Lace Bryant on l.bryant@business-reporter.co.uk.

This breakfast briefing is brought to you by Octo Telematics and is only for senior executives. Registrations of junior professionals, consultants, solution providers or other sellers to this market will be politely declined. To be eligible you should be employed by a corporate legal entity such as a private company – if you are a sole trader or in a partnership other than a legally incorporated partnership we will be unable to offer you a place.

This breakfast briefing is free of charge to attend. However, if you cancel your attendance less than two weeks prior to the briefing, you will have to provide a replacement of equal seniority otherwise you will be subject to a £150 cancellation fee. When you register we will ask you for your corporate email address, which we will share only with the event sponsor(s). See our privacy policy.

Date and Time

19/11/2020
8:00 am

Location

The Goring
Beeston Place
London
SW1W 0JW

Previous attendees have said

Really enjoyed the topics and the debate. Very well facilitated

Very good, thought provoking discussions. Good breadth of background and experience

An informative and easy breakfast session. With significant levels of business insight. Very well hosted and fully inclusive