Location: Workshop Room I (onsite), The Autonomous Main Event
Date: September 27, 2022
Time: 10:30 – 12:00 CEST
How we think about mobility – individually owned cars as status symbols and primary option to get from a to b, gas stations, traffic jams, the driver’s license as a rite of passage – is on the verge of disruption. And indeed, mobility is about to become cheaper, more convenient, a better experience, safer, and cleaner. This will not happen 10 or even 15 years from now, we are already in the middle of the transition. This will mean fewer cars and less individual mobility.
The change affects not only the players along the autonomous driving value chain, but also society overall and cities in particular. We believe that autonomous driving will be a vital technology contributor to making this happen and making the future of mobility more sustainable, convenient, and safer.
Within this workshop, we will discuss the impact of ADAS and autonomous driving on safety and sustainability and ways to measure and compare the safety and sustainability impact.
- Impulse talk 1: Recap Chapter Event Safety & Society: Safety and sustainability as the two of the main drivers of AV adoption (Johannes Deichmann, Partner, McKinsey & Company)
- Impulse talk 2: Impact of autonomous driving on traffic safety (Gianmarco Macaro, Application Engineer, Foretellix)
- Impulse talk 3: How to measure the positive impact of autonomous driving? (Martin Kellner, Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company)
Registration for this in-person workshop will only be possible for The Autonomous Main Event ticket holders.
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