Autonomous vehicles, electric powertrains, and other technological advances are transforming urban mobility drastically. Planning ahead can help cities capture the benefits of the shift, from cleaner air to easier journeys.
In the sessions on the future of mobility & urban planning, we will discuss how cities combine their knowledge about their geography with how people, goods, and services move through it. Now, this is a crucial factor in improving mobility.
We will discuss a future where data will not only help transit operators determine the best routes to run more efficiently, but also to empower commuters with a multitude of options. The future will enable new forms of mobility and that is what we are going to discuss the industry experts.
We will also talk about how analytics can help us in drawing sense in decades of data and see how the same can be use in planning the city. We will discuss various aspects of the domains: traffic automation, sustainable mobility, autonomous vehicles, real-time traffic monitoring, construction materials, construction modeling, smart architecture, urban planning, housing, basic service provision, public spaces, transit-oriented development and public transportation.