Consulting company Frost & Sullivan is to host its seventh Annual Intelligent Mobility 3.0 workshop, Intelligent Mobility - Future Business Models in Connected and Automated Mobility, taking place on 1 and 2 July 2015 at The Royal Garden Hotel, 2-24 Kensington High Street.
The 2015 conference is an opportunity to network, debate and explore current trends and new business models related to intelligent and connected mobility, impacting the automotive industry.
There will also be an interactive debate in the House of Lords (by invitation), on Wednesday 1 July, which will be attended by parliamentarians, policy makers and industry thought-leaders.
A workshop, on Thursday 2 July, will consist of a series of informative panel discussions, interactive sessions and knowledge sharing on intelligent and urban mobility trends and future vision. This year's workshop will include discussions on:
future mobility trends;
the future or corporate mobility;
new mobility business models;
autonomous vehicle business models; and
connected car, big data, cyber security and e-Commerce platforms.
The agenda can be viewed online.
Over 200 attendees from 80 organisations around the world attended last year's equivalent event, including from industries such as Automotive, Energy, Infrastructure, Communications and Regulatory bodies.
This year Frost & Sullivan has added workshops on trends of Intelligent Mobility and the New Business Models.
Speaker lined up include representatives from thetrainline.com, TRL, Toyota Motor Europe, and Frost & Sullivan’s own experts.
KTN is a media partner for the event and will be reporting news and exciting developments as they are announced.