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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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Chris joined FISITA as Chief Executive Officer in August 2014, continuing a successful career and now bringing over 30 years’ experience working in the automotive industry.
As CEO, Chris has overseen the extensive modernisation of FISITA, transforming the organisation into a leading platform for global knowledge exchange and facilitating co-operation and support amongst FISITA’s membership and the wider automotive and mobility systems industry. In addition to refreshing the FISITA brand and membership structure and offering, Chris has introduced a number of innovations including the one-day conference FISITA PLUS, a regular series of Technical Webinars and the FISITA International Engineering Community. Chris has also successfully established the FISITA Foundation charity with a number of initial high-profile donors, created to provide financial support for the next generation of automotive and mobility systems engineers.
Prior to joining FISITA, Chris spent 14 years working within Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, the UK’s premier automotive trade association, was a member of the senior management team and Managing Director of subsidiary, Motor Codes. During this time Chris became recognised as an expert within the UK automotive industry and received recognition and awards from the industry for his work throughout the years.
Chris is a Fellow of the Institute of the Motor Industry and regularly contributes to international discussions and thought leadership pieces on the continued transition of the automotive and mobility industry.