Smart Mobility workshop
On Wednesday 10 May, four parallel workshops took place on four emerging challenges for industry, including Smart Mobility.
Each workshop was set up as a panel with key players in the domain; large industry, academia, SMEs and customers, discussing main innovation trends in the specific challenge. An important element of the workshops was the interaction with the audience, with ample room for Q&A.
You can find the presentation of the Smart Mobility workshop and other presentations given at the Digital Innovation Forum 2017 here.
As interaction with the audience was key, participants were asked upfront to share their opinion. Check out their comments or share your opinion below.
The panellists and moderators
This session is moderated by:
Daniel WatzenigHead of Electronics DepartmentThe Virtual Vehicle Research Center
Smart Mobility - workshop focus
Following the recommendations of the Declaration of Amsterdam of the European Commission (2016), this workshop addressed topics and trends from the perspective of large as well as small and medium-sized enterprises and research organisations.
Future “Smart Mobility” needs both technical and societal cooperation to master the reliability, the connectivity and complexity challenges on the one hand and the acceptance, safety, security and privacy challenges on the other, in front of the whole value chain from system-on-chip to the vehicle and vehicle context. The workshop gave room for a discussion platform on the latest and most critical issues as well as emerging technologies along the way to connected, cooperative and automated mobility.
Renowned experts from the industry and academia discussed the state-of-the-art and also factually predicted what changes in mobility we can expect in the near and more distant future.