Since autumn 2018, the National Platform Future of Mobility (NPM) has been the focal point for discussions on strategic directions in the field of mobility in Germany.
The heads of the six working groups and other high-ranking speakers discuss and classify the NPM work within the framework of the high-level conference program.
The event will be in English.
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As Chairman of the NPM Steering Committee, Prof. Dr Henning Kagermann introduces the event and presents how the transformation of mobility has developed over the last three years. He gives an overview of the related work of the NPM. In addition, a handover of the NPM Result Report to the federal government is planned.Moderation: Carmen Hentschel.
Prof. Dr. Henning Kagermann
Chairman of the Steering Committee of the NPM
The transport sector faces major challenges. Climate change and climate protection as well as digitization put pressure on mobility industry. But they also provide huge potential for innovation – in drive technology, in alternative fuels and in the way in which transportation is organized. Against this background, the panel explores how to achieve climate protection goals in the transport sector, particularly through ramp up of e-Mobility, and at the same time ensure competitiveness and a high level of employment in automotive and related industries. The panelists cover a wide range of perspectives from OEM over trade union to sustainability science. Moderation: Prof. Dr. Henning Kagermann, acatech – Deutsche Akademie der Technikwissenschaften.
President of the German Association of the Automotive Industry
First Chairman, IG Metal
Head of WG 4
Prof. Dr. Dr. Ortwin Renn
Scientific Director, IASS Potsdam
Managing Director, e-mobil BW GmbH
Head of WG 1
In a ceremonial act, the Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, Andreas Scheuer, receives the results report of the National Platform for the Future of Mobility from the Chairman of the NPM Steering Committee, Prof. Dr. Henning Kagermann.Moderation: Prof. Dr. Henning Kagermann, Chairman of the Steering Committee of the NPM
Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure
The intermodal connection of rail and road transport can help reduce CO2 emissions. Digitization is an important enabler for (more) combined transport. In their fireside chat Richard Lutz and Martin Daum talk about the future of rail and road transport and about the potential of combined transport for sustainability transformation. Moderation: Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber, acatech – Deutsche Akademie der Technikwissenschaften.
Dr. Richard Lutz
Chairman of the Board, Deutsche Bahn AG
Chairman of the Board, Daimler Truck AG
Mobility is an essential part of people’s everyday lives. In the future, too, mobility offers must fit people’s mobility needs. Renate Köcher uses the results of the current “Mobility Monitor” to provide insights into how the population perceives the future of mobility. Moderation: Carmen Hentschel.
Prof. Dr. Renate Köcher
Managing Director of Institut für Demoskopie Allensbach
Electromobility is a prime example of the strong interdependence between mobility supply, including innovative vehicles and suitable infrastructure, and user demand, e.g., for high range and fast charging. Successful interaction is crucial for a sustainable transformation of mobility. The panel will address the acceptance of electromobility among consumers and how people can be further enthused about it. In addition, approaches to overcoming barriers to building an adequate and economical charging infrastructure will be discussed. The panelists represent the provider and the user perspective. Moderation: Henning Banthien, ifok GmbH.
Chairwoman of the Excecutive Board, BDEW
Head of WG 5
Prof. Dr. Barbara Lenz
Head of Institute for Transport Research, DLR
Head of WG 2
Senior Vice President, E.ON
Internationally coordinated standards and norms are central to the successful transformation of the mobility system. This panel looks at the future challenges of standardization from both a European and Asian perspective and how these can be addressed through international cooperation to achieve the goal of sustainable, safe and affordable mobility. Moderation: Roland Bent, DKE/DIN.
Baerte De Brey
CIO ElaadNL, Vice President AVERE
Deputy General Energy Industry, EV Standardization Committee of China
Dr. Jin Lu
Senior research engineer, Global Energy Interconnection Research Institute Europe GmbH
Chairman DKE / Presidium DIN
Head of WG 6
Networking is a key feature of tomorrow’s mobility system. Vehicles are networked with other vehicles, with other road users and with the transport infrastructure. Autonomous shuttles complement public transport services. Mobility providers cooperate via digital platforms and create shared ecosystems of mobility data. How will this vision change the mobility economy, how can challenges in the digital transformation of the transport sector be overcome, and what role do field trials play in this? The panel with experts from public transport, OEMs and mobility service providers will shed light on these questions. Moderation: Carmen Hentschel.
Chairman of the Board of Hamburger Hochbahn AG
Member of Management Board, BMW Group
Head of WG 3
Senior Vice President, Continental
Vice President Smart Mobility, FREE NOW
Hamburg is a pioneer in digital mobility. Field trials are being carried out and there is broad communication with Hamburg’s citizens. In his reality check, Hamburg’s transport senator Dr. Anjes Tjarks shares current findings and explains the prospects for digital transport at the local level. Moderation: Carmen Hentschel.
Dr. Anjes Tjarks
Senator for Transport and Mobility Change of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg
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