The Autonomous Club meeting 5


TAC will organise its fifth meeting focusing on Urban autonomous mobility on June 5th. You can now register using the form below

You will find a draft agenda below. If you or your company is interested in participating as a speaker, contact tac@ptolemus.com

 

5th June 

THE AUTONOMOUS CLUB FIFTH BREAKFAST MEETING

8.30-11.00am

THON EU Hotel, Rue de la Loi 75, 1040 Bruxelles, Belgium

 €90

How automation will impact Urban Mobility

Registration and coffee

8.30 AM start

Regulator

Keeping the balance between mandate and innovation

Mr Hocine will discuss the latest advancements from the commission related to connected and autonomous driving and discuss what the commission will regulate and what it will not. To that extend, he will present:

  • A summary of the recent communication on Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
    • Its impact on type approval
    • Its impact on event data recorders
  • The new General Safety Regulation
    • The implication on car safety systems
    • What driver communication and education will be required

Peter Broertjes, Vehicle Safety Policy, DG Grow, EU commission

Local city council

The impact of autonomous vehicles on Brussels mobility policy

Ms Els AMPE, councillor, mobility and public planning, the City of Brussels

 

Mobility provider

Redefine the role of urban driverless transit based on real case experimentations

  • Lesson learned from the NAVYA driverless vehicle programmes in 3 cities
  • Define the role of the local, regional and national regulator is accelerating the adoption of driverless vehicles. 
  • Identify the different models to run urban driverless vehicles and how to demonstrate the business cases
  • Discuss how to fit the driverless car into the city mobility landscape

Christophe Lemaire, Managing Director, International at Keolis

City council
representative

How to create the infrastructure needed to control future urban traffic

  • What can we learn from the autonomous shuttle trials in ISSY?
  • What are the ways the city can facilitate parking?
  • Can the city affect traffic by changing people’s use of their car?
  • How is the SoMobility project proposing to impact urban traffic?
  • Key issues to be resolved

Eric Legale, General Director, ISSY Media

 OECD
representative

Modelling the impacts of shared (and automated) vehicles on urban mobility

  • Introduction to the ITF and its transport policy mandate
  • What are the expected impacts of sharing (and automation) on urban traffic?
  • How to quantify the impact on other areas, such as modal shift, insurance, or infrastructure?
  • What will be the role of the different levels of government policies in the transition to shared mobility?

Dr. Tom Vöge, Policy Analyst at the International Transport Forum 

Open discussion

10.00 AM 

Wrap up and networking coffee

12 AM meeting end

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2018 TAC MEETING SCHEDULE

Date

Theme

5th June 2018
Brussels

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TAC5: The impact of AVs on urban autonomous mobility

TAC Members: Free

TAC open group: €90

5th September 2018
Brussels

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if you want to speak

TAC6: Platooning and autonomous fleets: impacts and opportunities

TAC Members: Free

TAC open group: €90

17th October 2018
Brussels

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if you want to speak

TAC7: Update on type approval and liability regulation in Europe

TAC Members: Free

TAC open group: €90

6th December 2018
Brussels

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if you want to speak

TAC8: Car Data security and third party access

TAC Members: Free

TAC open group: €90

February 2019
Brussels
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TAC9: Automation in agriculture
OR
TAC9: Do we need to regulation highly precise location?
OR
TAC9: How to charge for Autonomous Vehicles’s road usage: Coins or Bitcoins?

 

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