The City Transport & Traffic Innovation (CiTTi) Exhibition will take place on the 18 and 19 June at the MK Arena, Milton Keynes.
The CiTTi exhibition will explore how innovations within traffic and transport help the movement of people and goods through an urban environment safely and efficiently.
Solutions on show will include ridesharing, last-mile solutions, vehicle charging, electric bikes, radar solutions, fleet and vehicle optimising platforms, MaaS solutions, mobile devices and many more. And exhibitors include: ViaVan, AppyParking, Bestmile, Fleetonomy, Gnewt with Mayor of London, DOVU, Shotl, Stuart Delivery, Tomorrow’s Journey and many more.
Visitors will have the opportunity to sit in on the free conference which will take place across two theatres on both days. The two days agenda will feature speakers from the Freight Transport Association, XPO, Road Haulage Association and John Lewis.
Connected Places Catapult’s senior technologist in transport modelling Dr Patrizia Franco will discuss modelling MaaS for a rapid integration of flexible mobility services with mass transit and Centre of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles’ head of future mobility Ella Taylor will ask the vital question of “What does the future of urban mobility look like?”
Dovu co-founder and COO Krasina Mileva will discuss how crypto will power the transformation in smart mobility and ViaVan’s Victoria Markewitz will talk about on-demand ride pooling as a means of improving public transport.
Stuart chief operating officer David Saenz and Parcelly chief executive and founder Sebastian Steinhauser will cover a session on the future of logistics. Trakm8 project director Sarah Bee will talk about the algorithm of things and Bestmile vice president of sales, business development and success Michael Cottle will look at integrating mobility services with public transport.
Electrification plays a key role in the future of transport and drawing on this the conference will feature sessions from Gnewt, supported by the Mayor of London, founder Sam Clarke who will provide a real-world perspective of innovation in fleet electrification and Vattenfall’s Anthony Hinde will give insight into Amsterdam’s EV infrastructure. Adding to this, National Grid project director – electric vehicles, Graeme Cooper will speak about the role the grid plays in enabling zero carbon transport.
There will also be sponsored sessions from ACOREL, Fleetonomy and Miovision.
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