Empire State of Mobility: Transforming Transportation through Public-Private Partnerships
April 12, 2017, Jacob Javits Center
In advance of the 10-day New York International Auto Show, join leaders and visionaries in the mobility, transportation, government and financial communities at the inaugural Empire State of Mobility Conference. Be a part of the first conference focused on how private/public partnerships will fund the major infrastructure improvements necessary to create connectedsmart mobility.
As the most densely populated US city and the home of the world’s financial industry, New York is the natural location to address how to fund and turn fundamental shifts in mobility into lucrative business opportunities, promote access to jobs, make logistics smarter, connect visitors, empower citizens and make transportation more sustainable.
|9:30 to 9:35 am||Welcome and Opening Remarks, Mark Schienberg, President, Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association|
|9:35 to 9:45 am||Keynote Address, Congressman Dan Lipinski|
|9:45 to 10:00 am||Special Presentation TBA|
|10 to 10:45 am||Panel Discussion: Transforming Urban Mobility Through Public-Private Partnerships
No one industry or government entity can do alone. To get to a future in which modern urban mobility is connected, efficient and economical will take unprecedented cooperation among the public and private sectors. We’re already starting to see collaboration among innovators from the business, government and research communities. In this panel, we’ll hear from pioneers on the front lines of this collective process and how those that follow can learn from their experience.
Moderator: Doug Newcomb, President and Cofounder, C3 Group
|10:45 to 11 am||Audience Q&A|
|11 to 11:15 am||Special Presentation: Big Data Drives Smarter AV Decisions, Avery Ash, Autonomous Vehicle Market Strategist, INRIX|
|11:15 am to 12:00 pm||Panel Discussion: Cities as Test Beds for Modern Mobility Solutions
Cities around the world are becoming more crowded and congested, and this is projected to only increase due to population patterns over the next few decades. At the same time, transportation is being transformed and disrupted by technology ranging from ride-sharing to self-driving cars to mobility-as-a-service apps. This makes cities like New York an ideal test bed for modern mobility solutions and provides a perfect opportunity for policymakers and business leaders to work together to solve tomorrow’s transportation problems today.
Moderator: Seval Oz, Former CEO, Continental ITS and Former Head of Global Partnerships and Business Development, GoogleX
|12 to 12:15 pm||Audience Q&A|
|12:15 pm||Closing Remarks, Doug Newcomb, President and Cofounder, C3 Group|
|12:15-1:30 pm||Networking Lunch|
April 12, 2017
New York City
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