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Smart Environment Forum Meeting

May 15 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

The next meeting of our Smart Environment Forum takes the form of a segment of the Smart Urban Mobility Solutions conference which is part of the All Energy event in Glasgow 15-16 May. The SEF sessions are 14.00 – 17.30 on 15 May, see below for current state of programme. The full programme of both All Energy and SUMS can be viewed here.
Attendance is free but you must register here. There is one registration for all or part of the event, no special registration is required to attend the ITS (UK) sessions.
We hope to see many of you there. Please share with any colleagues you think may be interested.
kind regards
Jennie

Session 2 – 14:00-15:30 (HOSTED BY SEF)
Future sustainable mobility systems to address environmental issues – 6×12 minutes – Chair from Transport Scotland, invited
Autonomous vehicles: The future is now – Paul Stith, Director, Strategy & Innovation Transformative Technologies, Black & Veatch
Market analysis for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles – Kate Palmer, Transport Innovation Consultant, Urban Foresight
Hydrogen Mobility Europe Initiative – Priyanaz Chatterji, Consultant, Element Energy
Creating sustainable mobility through electric free float car sharing – Anders Wall, Chief International Officer, GreenMobility
Shyft Mobility: Benefits of maximising the utilisation of spare capacity – Anna Rothnie, Project Lead, Shyft Mobility
InclusiveEV: Integrated, smart, low carbon shared mobility – Charlotte Thiery Weetman, Programme Manager Electric Mobility
Q&A and panel discussion

Session 3 16:00-17:30 (HOSTED BY SEF)
Environmental challenges in Port Cities 6×12 minutes – Chair Tim Morris, Arup, Vice Chair of the ITS (UK) Maritime Forum
Impacts of addressing air quality issues in Tyneside – Tara Mani Lundie, Transport Economist, Sweco
Low Carbon Transport – Charlotte Taylor, Scottish Enterprise
The CIVITAS PORTIS project – Stefano Proietti, Project Manager, ISINNOVA
Harnessing urban waterways for sustainable transport: The Thames Deckway – Anna Hill, CEO & Co-Founder, River Cycleway Consortium Ltd
Independent technology assessment for multi-party investment and benefit realisation in support of carbon reductions in global shipping – Tim Baker, Technical Director, Black and Veatch
Flagships of the future: 21st century sailing hybrid ships – Diane Gilpin, CEO, Smart Green Shipping Alliance
Q&A and panel discussion

Details

Date:
May 15
Time:
11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Venue

SEC Glasgow
Exhibition Way
Glasgow, United Kingdom
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