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Hans Greimel, Asia Editor, Automotive News
Hans Greimel, Asia Editor, Automotive News; Carmen Munoz-Dormoy, Downstream R&D Director, EDF Energy, Downstream R&D Director, EDF Energy; André Broto, Strategy Director, VINCI Autoroutes, Strategy Director, VINCI Autoroutes; and Christophe Aufrère, CTO, Faurecia answer questions form the first technical session
FISITA World Mobility Summit 2020
Technical Session One
Groupe Renault – Remi Bastien, Vice President for Automotive Prospective; EIT Urban Mobility – Dr. Florinda Boschetti, Head of City Club, Knowledge and Innovation Community; EIT Urban Mobility – Edwin Heesakkers, Managing Director, Innovation Hub West; ERTICO – Dr. Angelos J. Amditis, Chairman
FISITA – Chris Mason, Chief Executive; Groupe Renault – Laurent Taupin, Autonomous Driving Chief Engineer; VINCI Autoroutes – André Broto, Strategy Director
This Output Paper presents the highlights of the Groupe Renault-hosted FISITA Member Forum on smart cities and smart mobility.
Defining a smart city requires consideration of different concepts for the city, including space, city planning, and the needs and expectations of its citizens.
Smart mobility generally involves the use of technology to enable transport that is faster, cleaner, and more efficient than existing solutions, sometimes using new and shared micromobility offerings such as electric scooters and bicycles, with app-based payment.
At the heart of both smart concepts lies a combination of factors which, if carefully coordinated, will increase energy efficiency, minimise consumption, waste and overall cost, reduce congestion and travel time, cut emissions and pollution, and benefit commercial stakeholders and the wider community.
Table of Contents
Foreword (Remi Bastien, Vice President for Automotive Prospective, Groupe Renault)
Smart Cities, Smart Mobility
Challenges and Opportunities
Case study 1: Rethinking Mobility for More Liveable Urban Spaces (EIT Urban Mobility)
Case study 2: How to Reinvent City Transportation, Paris-style (New Deal)
Case study 3: Mobility as a Service (MaaS) (ERTICO)
Closing Thoughts/Call to Action
Contributions and insight from:
Groupe Renault – Remi Bastien, Vice President for Automotive Prospective
EIT Urban Mobility – Dr. Florinda Boschetti, Head of City Club, Knowledge and Innovation Community
EIT Urban Mobility – Edwin Heesakkers, Managing Director, Innovation Hub West
ERTICO – Dr. Angelos J. Amditis, Chairman
FISITA – Chris Mason, Chief Executive
Groupe Renault – Laurent Taupin, Autonomous Driving Chief Engineer
VINCI Autoroutes – André Broto, Strategy Director
Paper published: March 2021. Non-member price: £260 (available from FISITA Store).
FISITA Output Paper
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André Broto is the Strategy Director of VINCI Autoroutes since 2011 as well as the President’s advisor.
Born in 1948, André Broto is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique(1969) and civil engineer of bridges and roads (1974). He joined Cofiroute in1990 after 17 years at GTM, dedicated to the construction of a nuclear power station and ports. Appointed construction director of Cofiroute in 1995, he participated in the design and construction of the Alençon / Le Mans / Tours motorway, the Angers / Tours / Vierzon motorway, and the A86 tunnel between Rueil and Versailles. This ten-kilometres tunnel for cars that run on two levels overlays is innovative in many ways.
André Broto was since 2008 to May 2014 Executive Vice President of Cofiroute.
He is now Director for strategy, and Président advisor at VINCI Autoroutes.
He participates in the work of PIARC (Chairman of the committee "Sustainable mobility in urban areas", and Chairman of the French Committee), URF (member of the think tank), IDRRIM (Chairman of the prospective committee) and of TDIE (member of the scientific council).