Originally scheduled as a physical event taking place in Coventry, UK, in view of the current concerns, social distancing measures and travel restrictions internationally as a result of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic and in order to safeguard the health and wellbeing of all participants, the decision has been taken to change from a physical TaaS Technology 2020 event to a live virtual event
The 3rd annual Transportation-as-a-Service (TaaS) Technology event will take place as a two-day virtual event dedicated to covering the key topics of Autonomous, Connected, Electric, Shared (ACES) mobility, the new emerging business models disrupting the industry and the tools which will be required to make it a reality. The event is a high level b2b forum, a one stop shop covering all important topics and bringing the industry together digitally. The conference takes place on the 10th and 11th November.
2020 is shaping up to be a decisive year in the disruption of the mobility industry, accelerated by the COVID19 pandemic – the way we transport people and goods is destined to change forever. If you are involved in the industry, TaaS Technology is your must attend event, providing delegates with an invaluable and comprehensive overview of the challenges and opportunities which lie ahead.
The content will be delivered with a mix of presentations and panel sessions focussing on audience interaction. Unique networking is an important part of the event and is facilitated with a conference networking portal for the virtual event, allowing you to connect with colleagues before the event and after the event – making business development easy.Register Now View Themes
If your company is working to help shape the future of mobility, either as an established player in the industry or an up and coming start-up then you need to understand the challenges the industry is facing and the opportunities which will arise.
Topics covered include ACES Technology; The implementation of TaaS, smart cities and policy changes required; Electrification of fleets, and the energy/infrastructure changes needed; Making sure future mobility is inclusive, shared and how micro-mobility has an important part to play; Tools required for implementing new mobility, including AI, deep machine learning, blockchain, mapping, ticketing and payments and simulation technologies; Data management in new mobility; Cyber security considerations; and finally how new business models will be created to disrupt an industry which is over 100 years old.Register Today Sponsorship & Exhibiting