FISITA PLUS: Future Technologies coming up this week



July 2020

Three presenters will be talking about Future Technologies in the mobility industry at the FISITA PLUS virtual sessions this week on Thursday 9 July. If you are interested in intermodal transportation, the latest self-driving technology and cyber resilience in connected automated mobility, you will want to join this session and bring questions to ask the experts. Choose a session to suit your availability and time zone at either 10:00am or 5:00pm UK at the link below.


  • RWTH Aachen University Professor Dr-Ing. Kai-Uwe Schröder will present "It is all about the plug – Key technology and possibilities of intermodal transportation systems"
  • Mark Preston, Chief Strategy Officer at StreetDrone, will talk about "Accessible, affordable, self driving technology". You can find out more about Mark's presentation in his Spotlight post.
  • Dr Richard Porter, Technology and Innovation Director at Zenzic, will present "Cyber resilience and Connected Automated Mobility". Richard talked about his presentation in Spotlight.

Last Thursday (2nd July) FISITA PLUS started with presentations on the Mobility Ecosystem moderated by Nick Reed of Reed Mobility.

Transport Consultant Beate Kubitz presented on MaaS: The centre will not hold (without the suburbs, the peri-urban areas and the small towns); Ben Lawson, VP Strategy, Enterprise Holdings talked about Practical applications of MaaS and how it could be used to impact Post Covid mobility; and Yasmine Fage, Co-founder and COO, Goggo Network presented the current state of Autonomous Vehicles in Europe and the rest of the world. The presentations ran twice in the day with Q&A at the end of both sessions.


FISITA PLUS is happening Thursdays throughout July with a range of world-leading mobility-technologists delivering thought leadership in the areas of Mobility Eco-Systems, Future Technologies, and Energy & Future Propulsion Systems.

Since 2017, FISITA PLUS has been a physical event at the prestigious County Hall in London. Due to the current coronavirus crisis, the event this year is being held online with sessions in the morning for attendees in Asia and Europe that are then repeated in the afternoon for people in the US and anyone in Europe who missed the earlier session. Morning sessions begin at 10:00am in the UK (5:00pm China) and the afternoon sessions at 5:00pm in the UK (Noon Detroit/9:00am California).

A replay of the first session and registration for the three remaining Thursdays with a choice of European morning and afternoon sessions (to suit attendees in different time zones) is available as follows: