The future of mobility

The future of mobility

NSW
Mar 23
The CEDA NSW Transport infrastructure series returns in 2018 to examine the future of mobility and the impacts of connected and driverless vehicles with representatives from Uber and NRMA.

Speakers

Behyad Jafari, Chief Executive Officer, Electric Vehicle Council
Jessika Loefstedt, Head of Public Policy and Government Relations, Australia & New Zealand, Uber
Rohan Lund, Chief Executive Officer, NRMA
Kellie Nuttall, Partner - Future of Mobility Lead, Deloitte

Event overview

Technology is disrupting every aspect of our lives, including mobility and how we move from A to B.

With the rapid rise of technological change and unprecedented level of innovation occurring within the transport sector there are factors to consider including the future of mobility, adopted disruptive technologies and government facilitation and regulation of these technologies.

CEDA NSW Transport infrastructure series returns to explore:

  • The roadmap for autonomous cars – when autonomous cars will become ubiquitous and how they transform driver behaviour and break traditional models of car ownership;
  • How electric vehicles and connected vehicles will reshape the built environment and impact infrastructure priorities;
  • How policy makers are preparing to regulate transformational technologies in transport including driverless cars and drones. 

Meet the speakers

Behyad Jafari
Chief Executive Officer, Electric Vehicle Council

Jessika Loefstedt
Head of Public Policy and Government Relations, Australia & New Zealand, Uber

Rohan Lund
Chief Executive Officer, NRMA

Kellie Nuttall
Partner - Future of Mobility Lead, Deloitte

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