Technology is set to have a significant impact on the future of transport. The emergence of data led service models (Mobility as a Service) and connected and autonomous vehicles will transform the transport landscape, creating new business models that will revolutionise the way we engage with our transport services.
Data will be a key enabler of this transformation. From fares to scheduling, traffic management to vehicle positioning, air quality to weather information, data will support more informed travel choices and allow more efficient use of our transport assets.
With data at the core of future mobility, questions must be asked about how it can best be used to support a more efficient and attractive transport network.
• How do we best use data to support transport services?
• How do we unlock the true value of data?
• Who owns the data and who can access it?
• Should it be standardised?
• What changes to legislation or regulation may be required?
• How do we keep it secure?
This workshop aims to explore these issues and others though discussions with a diverse range of stakeholders from within the transport, communications and data communities.
0930 Arrival and coffee
1000 Ron Oren, Strategic Initiative Lead, Open Transport Data, Connected Places Catapult
1015 Richard Bradley, Chief Information Officer, qWallets
1030 Panel Discussion
Richard Bradley, Chief Information Officer, qWallets
Robin Knight, Partnerships Director, Stagecoach
Dave McConnachie, Chief Commercial Officer, Eyecademy
Ron Oren, Strategic Initiative Lead, Open Transport Data, Connected Places Catapult
Peter Jackson, Active Travel Officer, SEStrans
Hayden Sutherland, Director, Ideal Interface
1140 Roundtable discussions
1240 Networking Lunch
1330 IdealInterface workshop – Open standard for mobility accounts