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WHEN: 26 June 2018

WHERE: Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh

The MaaS Scotland team is delighted to announce the return of its Annual Conference, a yearly event that brings together representatives from across Scotland, the UK and Europe to discuss recent developments and projects in the area of Mobility as a Service.

Now in its 2nd year, the event aims to attract delegates from across the MaaS supply chain, from technology providers and systems integrators to transport operators and regional and national transport authorities.

Tickets are now available to purchase via Eventbrite

Early bird tickets are available for members and non-members until 18 May 2018. If your organisation is not already a member then you can sign up here.


08.50-09.20: Arrival and registration

Session 1: Setting the scene (Chair – Ally McInroy, Technology Scotland)

09.20-09.40: Welcome and MaaS Scotland Review

Ally McInroy, Senior Programme Manager, Technology Scotland

09.40-10.15: MaaS – Where is the future going?

Opportunities and threats in innovation in mobility (followed by Q&A)

Beate Kubitz, Director of Policy and Communications, Travel Spirit Foundation

10.15-10.45: Ministerial Address (followed by Q&A)

Humza Yousaf MSP, Minister for Transport and the Islands, Scottish Government

10.45-11.15: Coffee and exhibition break

Session 2: Ensuring user-centric MaaS

11.15-11.30: Designing user-centred services

Ness Wright, Senior Service Designer, Snook

11.30-11.45: NaviGoGo: lessons learned and the way forward

David Smith, Programme Manager, ESP Group

11.45-12.00: Equality by default

Gavin Neate, CEO, Neatebox

12.00-12.15: Q&A

Session 3: Disruption and dynamic Routing

12.15-12.30: The role of MaaS in addressing service disruption

Doug Rodger, Studio Associate Director, IBI Group

12.30-12.45: Route Monkey optimisation software for MaaS

Sarah Bee, Projects Director, Route Monkey

12.45-13.00: Q&A

13.00 – 13.50: Lunch and exhibition break

Session 4: A European perspective

13.50-14.05: MaaS in the Amsterdam business district – from experiment to reality

Lieke Arts, Programme Manager, Big Urban Clients, Arcadis

14.05-14.20: Enabling the MaaS ecosystem

Michael Kieslinger, CEO and Founder, Fluidtime

14.20-14.35: MaaS Catalonia

Daniel Serra & Marti Jofre, MaaS Catalonia

14.35-14.50: Q&A

14.50-15.10: Coffee and exhibition break

Session 5: Looking ahead (Chair – Graeme Scott, IBI Group)

15.10-15.25: The MILL – Exploring the future of mobility in Dundee, from EVs to MaaS to CAVs and beyond

        Simon Tricker, Partnership Manager, Urban Foresight

15.25-15.40: UK MaaS supply chain support

Rob Furlong, Transport Systems Manager, Knowledge Transfer Network

15.40-15.50: Q&A

15.50-16.00: Thanks and close

Graeme Scott, Director, IBI Group and Chair, MaaS Scotland

16.00: Drinks reception, networking and exhibition

17.00: End