Robbert Lohmann, Chief Commercial Officer
As part of the Dutch Smart Cities initiative, we are looking forward to contribute and learn
Future of Smart Mobility Workshop
On May 8th 2getthere will be part of the Future of Smart Mobility workshop, led by the Consulate of the Kingdom of the Netherlands as part of the New York Smart Cities conference. The workshop will be held in building 77 of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, from 10.30 to 12.00hr. Please register here
In this workshop you’ll be meeting with many “captains of the industry”, where you’ll roll up your sleeves and develop actual business solutions with the likes TomTom Open API, 2getthere automated transit systems, Atos smart mobility management solutions, and other cutting edge traffic or parking solutions. In this hands-on prototyping solutions you’ll not only be developing solutions but also gain insights across the value chain meeting the challenges of tomorrow. The goal of this workshop is to introduce participants to the latest technologies, techniques and tools to create simple affordable smart & green mobility solutions for their home cities or companies. This process will prove how quickly cities and companies can identify, solve and share viable “traffic” solutions globally. Those that attend are encouraged to take their solutions back to their home cities to demonstrate or develop further with their smart mobility partner(s).
‘Auto’ Pilot: Driving Change
In addition 2getthere will contribute to the ‘Auto’ Pilot: Driving Change panel on May 9th, at 4.00pm. Moderated by Greg Lindsay (LA CoMotion), 2getthere will be joined on the panel by Ali Chaudry (Deputy Secretary for Transportation to Governor Andrew M. Cuomo) and Gretchen Effgen (Vice President of Partnerships and Team Business, nuTonomy Inc.)
We look forward to seeing you in New York!