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Summary

Announcing Henrik Hololei, Director General, DG MOVE, European Commission as Opening Keynote Speaker  

 

Forum Europe’s 4th Future of Transport Conference will focus on the technological innovations revolutionising the transport sector and redefining Europe’s mobility systems. On 4 December in Brussels, participants will debate the best ways to truly realise the opportunities offered by connected and autonomous vehicles, what can be done to realise a sustainable and multi-modal European transport system and to implement future-proof intelligent infrastructure based on secure 5G connectivity.

 

The Future of Transport conference will gather a wide-range of high-level experts to look at how Europe can play a leading role in the development and implementation of transport innovation. The thread that will permeate the day is the creation of smart, sustainable and connected European transport systems. 

 

 

Topics discussed will include:

 

  • The pan-European implementation of intelligent transport systems
  • The development of clean and safe mobility
  • Towards a fully multi-modal transport system
  • How public service providers are adapting to a digitalised mobility sector
  • What should the EU's priorities be in 2019 and beyond?

 

The above will be discussed in the wider context of the European Commission’s roadmap for the future of transport and the implementation of the third instalment of the Europe on the Move package.

 

Further information will be released in due course. If you are interested in getting involved in this event, please contact Joe Rosssiter on +44 (0) 2920 783 078 / joe.rossiter@forum-europe.com

 

We look forward to welcoming you to the event in December.

 

Interested in becoming involved this year?

 

                 

Logistics

When

Tuesday 4 December, 2018
09.00 to 16.00

CET

 

Where

Brussels

Venue TBC

 

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