Driverless Cars and the City 12th October, London. Half day conference exploring how driverless vehicles will transform cities
Emerging technologies are blending mega-data, mobility, and urban strategies. Will these innovations disrupt and remodel the workforce? Will automated movement undermine or support the development of urban areas? ULI will explore these questions at its ‘Driverless Cars and the City’ conference on 12th October in London.
The conference will bring together researchers, professionals, developers, and government representatives to review current UK trials, movement simulations for European cities, and emerging policy, planning, property, and business implications of autonomous movement.
This event will inform urban aspirations and suggest how we adapt to a changing urban realm.
Click here for more information on the conference. Click here to register.
12th October 8:30am – 12:30pm, London
Kindly hosted by: Greater London Authority, The Queen’s Walk, More London, London, SE1 2AA
Speakers and moderators include:
Keynote: Michael Hurwitz, Director, Energy, Technology & International, Department of Transport
John Miles, Cambridge University
Miller Crockart and Paulo Humans, PTV Group
Rama Gheerawoand Prof Dale Harrow,Royal College of the Arts
Isabel Dedring, Deputy Mayor for Infrastructure, Greater London Authority
Peter Runacres, Senior Project Director, Argent
John Polak, Imperial College London
John Worthington, Independent Transport Commission
Paul Buchanan, Volterra
Ben Howarth,Policy Adviser, Motor & Liability Association of British Insurers (ABI)
Mike Waters, West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority
Christopher Choa, AECOM / Chair ULI UK Infrastructure Council
New London Architecture, London Transport Museum, Greater London Authority, West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority. Transport Systems Catapult
The ULI UK Infrastructure Council is a newly formed council with a mission to promote more sustainable infrastructure investment choices, and to foster an improved understanding of the links between infrastructure and land use. Because infrastructure is the foundation for metropolitan prosperity, and because it provides the physical framework for real estate investment, ULI has identified infrastructure as a key priority. Further details can be found here.