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To achieve livable urban spaces, mobility will transform towards being shared, electric, autonomous and connected. This innovation stream will cover a broad range of enabling innovations that are defining the future of mobility. 

10.45 - 11.15 Marco van den Bosch - Vice President West Europe at PAL-V Flying Car

Flying cars the new mobility of the future

Mobility will change more in the next 10 years than the past 100 years. PAL-V will be the first certified flying car in the world, where new city to city and Urban City flying mobility will be a new way of transportation.

11.45 - 12.15 Stan Heuvink - Head of Innovation Portfolio and Enablement at Here Technologies

Innovation in a complex organization

In this presentation, Stan Heuvink will take you through his innovation journey at HERE -  from setting up to achieving success in an organization with hundreds of business groups, thousands of employees and millions of different processes. He will share his experiences, learnings and future outlooks.

14.30 - 15.00 Bas Verkaik - Founder at Spike Technologies

Enhancing flexibility in battery design to power the mobility of the future

SPIKE Technologies is a spinoff company from the TU Eindhoven that develops advanced battery solutions for a wide variety of electric vehicles. In his presentation, Bas Verkaik will explain the challenges they face in their continuous effort to design and produce the most optimal battery pack for each of the different applications.

15.30 - 16.00 Lorenzo Engelen - Founder at Nimbus Technologies 

Development of a lightweight electric freight vehicle for smart urban mobility

Freight distribution is an increasingly important part of modern city life in a digitized world where everything is ordered online. Most goods consumed in cities originate externally and will rely on “last mile” distribution in a sustainable way. In this presentation, Lorenzo will share details about the vehicle development from concept to prototype that will be able to distribute up to 500Kg logistic goods in smart cities.

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