This session is part of Techfestival: a 3-day festival in Copenhagen with 200+ events on humans and technology.
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Help reshape urban transportation!
Every day, billions of people move around the globe. Mobility holds a key to our freedom and sense of self, yet also poses an immense threat to our future as a species. There is, without a doubt, a need for rethinking urban transportation – and many organisations and individuals are already tackling the challenge head-on.
During our session, we will address the following questions:
- How will we move around in our cities in the future?
- Who holds the responsibility for implementing sustainable mobility solutions?
- Will we need to change our habits, or will technology adapt to us?
- How do we optimize the traffic flow of our future cities?
Imagine you can get anywhere in the city through seamless, integrated solutions. Your Rejsekort gives you smooth access to bikes, shared cars, scooters, ride-sharing, self-driving rides and flying cars that take you through a city filled with open spaces, fresh air and smiling faces!
The goal of this session is to open our eyes to new possibilities of integrating solutions, integrating a data-driven approach and optimizing the flow of transportation to allow for greener areas and cleaner air in our cities. Together, we will define our vision for the future of mobility.
Join us for an interactive talk with thought leaders and first-moving companies in the field – and become an active part of creating the future of urban mobility.
Jess Risom (US) & Sophia Schuff (DK)
Gehl Architects, City Development & Urbanisation
Peter Bardenfleth (DK)
Former Tesla EMEA Director & chairman of the board at Viggo
Kristian Krautwalt (DK)
CTO, IoT Danmark
Katrine Fjendbo Jørgensen (DK)
Transport specialist, Region Hovedstaden
Erdem Ovacik (DK)
CEO, Donkey Republic
Anne Clara Laugesen (DK)
Anne is the Digital Marketing Manager of Viggo, a ride-hailing service utilising 100% zero-emission card. She comes from a background of platform-economy, having worked with gig platforms and sharing economy platforms, mostly within mobility.
Kenneth Herschel (DK)
Advisor for Viggo.