February 26 - 28, 2018
San Jose, CA

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Smart Mobility Agenda

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Exclusive Content

Speaker Spotlight: Ed Reiskin, Director of San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency

Get to know Smart Mobility 2018 keynote speaker Ed Reiskin, Director of San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency in this short interview where he shares how he sees the future of smart mobility heading, his priorities, key challenges, and more! Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

Industry Expert Report: Making Cities Smarter Faster

The contributors in this report shared their expert perspectives on smart mobility and how it can solve a wide variety of their transportation issues. They discussed how smart mobility will impact infrastructure, as well as the roadblocks they face. The contributors also discussed their current priorities for smart initiatives, how they see the future of smart mobility, and other key topics. At the Summit, they will go into much greater detail about their expertise and share their unique perspectives on mobility. We hope to see you there!

The Road Towards One Intelligent Network

Ahead of the Smart Mobility Summit, we created a simplified step-by-step look at how an Intelligent Transportation System operates and highlighted the importance of each moving part in the process. Download this infographic to learn about the massive opportunities taking place, as well as how public transport systems and road networks are becoming the targets of massive investment and restructuring initiatives designed to achieve true “smart mobility”. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

Elements of Smart Mobility: 5 Key Themes

Leading cities across the world are accelerating their smart city initiatives and achieving smart mobility is a critical component of their long-term ambitions. Download our infographic which explores the five key elements that any smart city needs to combine in order to create an integrated transport network capable of delivering true smart mobility. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

The Future of Cities with Director of Seattle Department of Transportation

Scott Kubly, Director of Seattle Department of Transportation discusses how cities prepare for autonomous vehicles, the early type of applications and deployments in cities, how cities and private sector work to develop win/wins, and the long term policy impacts of AVs on cities. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

Local Motors on Designing the AV Future with Consumers & Cities

Dan Sturges, Director of Urban Mobility Design at Local Motors, discusses the early type of applications and deployments in cities, the long term policy impacts of autonomous vehicles on cities, some ways to develop new mobility vehicles and services by co-designing with the public, and Olli the self-driving electric vehicle at Local Motors, and how the design was created with safety in mind. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

Speaker Spotlight: Alain Kornhauser, Professor of Operations Research & Financial Engineering, Princeton University

Get to know Smart Mobility 2018 speaker Dr. Alain Kornhauser, Professor of Operations Research & Financial Engineering, Princeton University in this short interview where he shares how he sees the future of smart mobility heading, his priorities, key challenges, and more! He is also the Director of Princeton's Transportation Program and the Faculty Chair of Princeton's Autonomous Vehicle Engineering. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

Industry Perspectives: Autonomous Vehicle Task Force of the City of Beverly Hills

Grayson Brulte is the Co-Chair of the Mayor’s Autonomous Vehicle Task Force for the City of Beverly Hills. We asked him to discuss with us the future of mobility, current challenges within the autonomous vehicles space, advancements in autonomous technology, a specific combination of technologies that will help progress autonomous driving, and what the current perspective of regulators is in this space. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

Smart Mobility Investment Report

We conducted a survey of transportation professionals to update the industry on the latest smart mobility investment priorities, implementation timelines, roadblocks, and more. All the information we received from the survey has been compiled into this report. This report will help you to discover the most recent priorities in the private and public sector. 

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Anticipated Attendee Snapshot

Listed are the anticipated industry professionals that will sign up to attend. Don’t miss your opportunity to meet face-to-face with these decision makers. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

PRESS RELEASE: Smart Mobility – the road to one connected world

Smart Mobility 2018 is here! Get your copy of this brand new press release to see what it's all about. You can also request via email at gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

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Additional Content

City Of The Future: Technology & Mobility

A report conducted by the National League of Cities dives into the topic of mobility and technology. Together, mobility and technology are a key consideration for cities as they plan for the future of their communities. The National League of Cities’ (NLC) City of the Future initiative explores existing trends and predicts future developments so that cities can anticipate changes in the urban landscape and prepare accordingly. To learn more about the City of the Future initiative, click here. 

Three Revolutions in Urban Transportation

A report published by the Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways (STEPS) program of the UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies and the Institute for Transportation Development Policy (ITDP) concluded that the world is on the cusp of three revolutions in transportation: vehicle electrification, automation, and widespread shared mobility (sharing of vehicle trips). The report determined that shared mobility is the third and vital piece that could move global transportation into a future that not only saves energy and emissions but also decongests highways, frees up parking lots for other urban uses, cuts transportation costs, and improves walkability and livability. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

Adopting and Adapting: States and Automated Vehicle Policy

A report published by the Eno Center for Transportation discusses a very relevant issue faced by smart mobility initatives- to allow technology to reach its full potential, governments at all levels need to adapt, especially on the state level. This paper provides guidance on how states should prepare for an automated future by adapting their approach to motor vehicle regulations, infrastructure investment, and research. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

A Public Policy Roadmap for 2017: Intelligent & Transformative Transportation

A public policy roadmap published by ITS America emphazises the current issue of revitalizing our infrastructure and modernizing our outmoded transportation system. Broadly, they seek to improve the safety and efficiency of our transportation networks and our nation’s economy, standard of living, and health and security. Transportation connects communities and is the lifeblood of commerce. It widens job opportunities and is essential to addressing equity, poverty, unemployment, and access to education and health care. Last year alone, 35,092 people died on our roads—the highest fatality rate since the 1960s. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

An Integrated Perspective on the Future of Mobility

A report published by McKinsey & Company and Bloomberg tackles the question, "What, then, will be the future of urban mobility?" An Integrated Perspective on the Future of Mobility explores a variety of angles- the social, economic, and technological trends- that will work together to disrupt mobility.To download the full PDF report from the McKinsey website, click the link below. To read an article giving a synopsis of this report, click here. 

Shared Mobility Principles For Livable Cities

The pace of technology-driven innovation from the private sector in shared transportation services, vehicles, and networks is rapid, accelerating, and filled with opportunity. The impending advent of self-driving vehicles (or autonomous vehicles) will have a profound impact on livelihoods, land use (including road space, parking facilities, sprawled development), and congestion. Shared Mobility Principles for Livable Cities prepared ten foundational principles for executing developments in technology, operational systems, ownership and service business models. Execution of these principles will require the efforts of all stakeholders, with a special role for proactive and outcome-oriented governments to provide locally appropriate legislation using all the tools over which they have jurisdiction.

Smart Mobility in the News

Even Smart Cities Have a Big Transportation Gap, Study Shows

An informative article written by Jason Shueh and published by StateScoop goes in depth on the economic forces that have created a death of intercity travel options,even in leading smart cities like Columbus, Ohio. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

Small City Gone Smart: Redesigning Traffic Lights in the GIS Capital

An article written by Kjeld Lindsted for StateScoop gives a perspective smaller cities like Redlands and how they often struggle to compete on technology initiatives when stacked against the likes of Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, New York or Detroit. In small cities, leaders are closer to the staff. This provides an opportunity to build momentum behind a smart city initiative. They see their small size as a big advantage and they want to leverage it for all it’s worth. Redlands doesn’t have a large budget, but their ability to drive innovation is a direct result of how they support their staff. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

Pushing for Open Data That Makes a Difference, Sunlight Foundation Publishes Tactical Guide

 An article written by Colin Wood for StateScoop discusses how the government has increasingly taken in recent years to publishing its public data, but often without a clearly defined strategy. To change that, the Sunlight Foundation published a four-step guide Tuesday to help data professionals maximize the "social impact" and efficacy of those efforts. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

The Postal Service is Working Toward Autonomous Mail Delivery

An article by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier for Fedscoop, summarizes the U.S. Postal Service report detailing interest in possibly implementing self-driving vehicles. The paper, released in early October, looks at how autonomous trucks, cars and vans could be used within USPS as such vehicles become widely available. The the agency’s inspector general envisions five core ways in which self-driving vehicles could help with mail delivery. In one scenario, an autonomous postal truck would drive the route itself, leaving the postal worker on hand free to sort mail or carry out other administrative tasks. The Postal Service is actually already working toward this vision — the agency has partnered with the University of Michigan to build a prototype it hopes to pilot on 10 rural routes in 2019. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

GM to Test Fleet of Self-Driving Cars in New York

An article written by the Wall Street Journal reports that General Motors Co. plans to become the first company to test self-driving cars in New York City, a move aimed at asserting leadership in the race to develop autonomous cars and a potentially important step toward commercializing the technology.

5G Opens Up New Potential For Processing Big Data

It’s not just the increasing use of smart devices driving the development of the next generation of wireless technology; 5G is also needed to support a wide range of Machine to Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Amongst these are services and applications that will support connected vehicles. Industry interest in V2V (vehicle to vehicle) and V2I (vehicle to infrastructure) connectivity is largely being driven by the key role it will play in enabling driverless vehicles. This increased connectivity will see the amount of data being created and subsequently sent to the cloud increasing exponentially as new devices, including cars, find innovative ways to leverage the IoT.

Testing Connected Autonomous Cars’ Communication Skills

With China recently having made “intelligent connected cars” a key direction of its 2025 roadmap to manufacturing upgrades the project is vital to the Chinese Auto Industry. And this project called “a nice city” is set to take off in Jiading District, home to nearly 70 percent of the city’s car manufacturers, and 80 percent of all automotive research and development. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

Smart Cities Bill Would Provide $220 Million Annually

An interesting article written by Kate Roddy and published by StateScoop discusses the potential for a smart cities bill. Federal legislation introduced a proposal for an increase in funding for local governments on the path to becoming smart cities. The Smart Cities and Communities Act of 2017, written by Senator Maria Cantwell, Congresswoman Suzan DelBene, and Congressman Ben Ray Luján — would set aside $220 million per year to replace outdated infrastructure with smart technologies like connected roadway infrastructure, environmental sensors and data analytics. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

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Autonomous Vehicles Related Content

Driving The Industry Forward

Initially manifesting as a realignment of mainstream market priorities, autonomous vehicles are sure to have sprawling implications on all aspects of life. The job security of the transit, travel, fuel, delivery, and dealership industries are on the line, weighing against high mortality rates associated with driving, especially among teens. The following statistics highlight areas likely subject to meaningful change, both positive and negative, with the advent of Autonomous Cars. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

 

Automated Driving Leaderboard: Who's Driving the Next Frontier of Autonomy?

Sam Abuelsamid, Senior Research Analyst at Navigant Research discusses which key players are developing an autonomous vehicles, where the rank on the AV leaderboard, and where the industry as a whole stands on the road to a self-driving car. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

Autonomous Vehicle Technology: A Guide For Policymakers

This thorough, 200-page report, courtesy of the RAND Transportation, Space, and Technology Program, explores legislative activity, the role of telematics and communications, and liability implications, among many other topics surrounding autonomous cars. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

Automotive Cyber Security eBook

This exclusive ebook includes:

  • ARTICLE #1 "How vulnerable are automakers to cyber attacks?"
  • INFOGRAPHIC "Carjacking - risks of the internet-connected car"
  • WHITEPAPER "Connected car driving change in defect detection"
  • ARTICLE #2 "When does a cyber attack become a functional safety issue?"
  • PRESENTATION #1 "Volvo presents collaborative security"
  • PRESENTATION #2 "Stanley Law Group presents legal concerns for stakeholders: the Cahen case and beyond"

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Requesting a Ride: Car Sharing and Car Hailing as The Next Big Movement in Autonomy

Annabel R. Chang, Director of Public Policy at Lyft discusses Autonomy coming to a street near you: discussing the recent announcements of timeline of release of autonomous cars to the public, how car sharing apps and city transport are breaking boundaries and bringing autonomy to our roads, the appeal of ride hailing – will it replace car ownership? How will this affect OEMs development of vehicles? Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

Bloomberg Philanthropies and Aspen Institute Initiative

An atlas published by The Aspen Institute and Bloomberg Philanthropies has become the world's first inventory of how cities around the globe are preparing for the autonomous vehicles transition. The atlas gives a detailed guide of who's doing what, where, and how. Cities are constantly looking to one another for up-to-date-information on what's taking place around the globe and this is the only place to find it. To read all of the findings or visit a specific city on the map, click below.

The Disruptive Potential of Autonomous Vehicles

Larry Burns, Former VP Research & Development at General Motors. This presentation frames possible mobility futures with a focus on driverless vehicles and offers suggestions on how to prepare for what appears to be inevitable. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com

The Importance of Testing and Validating (and Licensing?) Self-Driving Systems for both Routine and Problematic Scenarios

Brandon Schoettle, Project Manager, Sustainable Worldwide Transportation, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, discusses if we should require licensing tests and graduated licensing for self-driving vehicles, how self-driving vehicles will vary, visual performance, traffic laws and regulations, evaluating driving-related skills, GDL for self-driving vehicles, and more! Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing gabbie.dixon@iqpc.com