As part of European Mobility Week, BOZAR and Buskerud County are exploring solutions for sustainable automated transport.
On Thursday the 19th of September we look into the future, shedding more light on the latest developments in autonomous mobility at sea, inland waterways and in the city. How will they affect our transport systems, urban development and the way we organise our societies?
09:30 - Doors open for registration
10:00 - Welcome and introduction
10:20 - Keynote
10:40 - Keynote by Piet Opstaele, Innovation Enablement Manager at Antwerp Port Authority.
11:00 - Panel discussion: Automated transport on inland waterways – what is the impact for sustainable cities and regions?
How can we use automation to connect Short Sea Shipping and inland waterways more efficiently to provide citizens with goods and services, and create green and liveable cities?
- Rik Goetinck, General Director, Port of Zeebrugge
- Ann-Sofie Pauwelyn, De Vlaamse Waterweg, project leader RIS – Smart shipping
12:00 - Lunch
13:00 - Pecha Kucha: Project presentations by Norwegian and international stakeholders working on autonomy and sustainability
13:50 - Coffee break
14:00 - Keynote by Lone-Eirin Lervåg, Researcher at SINTEF, Technology and Society. Project leader of SmartFeeder, which evaluates testing of automated minibuses in Norway.
14:20 - Keynote
14:40 - Panel discussion: Next generation automated vehicles
How can we explore the future of mobility together to design and implement an attractive, sustainable and user-friendly way to move people and goods?
- Arve Kirkevold, Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Project Manager for Smart Cities
- Olav Madland, CEO Applied Autonomy
- Marie-Hélène Noel, MIVB-STIB Director Strategy & Innovation
15:45 - Closing words
16:00 - Drinks and networking