MaaS offers the potential to drastically improve customer choices, reduce travel costs, increase network capacity and transport sustainability while improving social and environmental outcomes.
From a concept that excited the industry to consider how we might rethink transport to a real world offering that is providing a new way to plan, book and pay for transport.
Mobility 2020 will be a VIRTUAL CONFERENCE.
Australia’s leaders in ITS Mobility and MaaS will bring together experts from industry, government and academia to learn and share ideas about the impact of COVID-19 on our industry and communities. Transportation, freight and logistics, and the transport and technology sector widely have been both massively impacted and deliver essential services. How are organisations and individuals adapting and learning through this crisis?
We will also look at behavioural change, how people are likely to work and study post the covid pandemic, what will be the impact on fare revenue and fare sharing, what are the new sets of challenges MaaS is trying to solve. Join online as key organisations will share covid success stories and how they are pivoting from the pandemic experience.
Now more than ever it is important to stay connected with industry, government and academia to maintain vital connections during a time where our industry is both working at the front lines and continuing to deliver on their existing important roles. Sharing information about what industry is doing and how we are preparing for the future has never been more important.
Wednesday 2 – Thursday 3 September 2020: Virtual sessions, keynote speaker interviews, presentations and panel discussions, live interactive Q&A sessions, polls and surveys.
Full program and speaker line-up to be announced.
Sessions will be broken down and spread over 2 days – allowing you time to connect interact with attendees and presenters via the event platform.
We are working with a group of industry experts to design a program that is both substantive and exciting, if you are interested to be a speaker or contribute to an interactive panel discussion, you are encouraged to email your expression of interest to ITS Australia and include:
- Proposed Speaker: Name, Job Title, Organisation
- Proposed presentation title
- Brief paragraph of presentation focus (max 200 words)
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org