Wednesday 26th April, 07:30-09:00, Copthorne Hotel, Huntly Street, Aberdeen
The Mobility as a Service (MaaS) concept has been described as representing the future for how we will travel. Drawing on technological advances and changing consumer needs and attitudes it offers the potential for moving away from traditional forms of car ownership. In this breakfast meeting a panel of speakers will lead a discussion on what the future of MaaS could look like and how policy makers and the transport sector can innovate to meet the changing expectations of consumers.
Confirmed panellists: James Datson, Senior Technologist, Transport Systems Catapult; Dr George Hazel, Programme Manager for the Scottish MaaS Alliance; Prof Corinne Mulley, University of Sydney; Alan Simpson, Aberdeen City Council; Prof John Nelson, University of Aberdeen
For more information and to register, please go to: https://ctr_maas_breakfast.eventbrite.co.uk