At MOVE 2023 Henri Moissinac, the co-founder and CEO of Dott, talked about the fifteen-minute city and how micro-mobility can help make this goal to become a reality in cities all over the world.
With a mandate to encourage the fifteen-minute city, Moissinac recently contributed to the Micro-mobility Industry Best Practice Reportand commented on the purpose of the report and its key findings in and around micro-mobility.
Moissinac also discussed his predictions for the future of micro-mobility and whether he thinks the trend will continue to climb. With more and more micro-modes of transport being embraced in cities all around the world, publicly and privately, Moissinac commented on how he thinks this will impact ownership of personal cars.
On the expo floor at MOVE 2023, we caught up with Jawad Khursheed, CEO of HVS. The hydrogen technology distributor showcased their latest HGV on the expo floor, being entirely unmissable on the front door of the keynote theatre.
HVS is a systems integration company that brings together existing systems, parts and technologies to design, develop, manufacture, market and sell advanced zero-emission commercial vehicles.
With an aspiration to change the famous acronym to ‘Hydrogen Goods Vehicle’, Khursheed told MOVEMNT about global attitudes to the HGV world and what makes their designs so unique.
At the ExCeL last month, we spoke to Ardo Reinsalu, the director of vehicles at Bolt about all-things micro-mobility.
On day one of MOVE 2023 , Bolt announced the release of their latest in-house e-scooter, Bolt 6. In this interview, Reinsalu told us what makes this next-gen model better and more efficient than its previous versions. In addition, Bolt told us what their MOVE pledge was as a company for the upcoming year.
We also spoke about Reinsalu’s theatre discussion at the event on “The future of vehicles: what are the drivers of change?” and his main takeaways from the talk.
We spoke to Nicolas Vallin and Colin Clemson from Dassault Systèmes about all-things mobility at MOVE 2023!
Dassault Systèmes set up their very own test track on our expo floor at MOVE 2023, allowing multiple start-ups to demo their latest micro-mobility models, all of which were created using the Dassault start-up program.
The track enticed speakers and attendees to whizz round the track on all the latest e-scooters and e-bikes from brands like Bolt, Human Forest, and more!
Vallin discussed his many appearances as a speaker at MOVE, including his talk on How Virtual Twins can help accelerate the adoption of EVs, from battery to usage, and even commented on Britain’s position in the worldwide EV race. Check it out!
Taking place in the ExCeL at MOVE 2023, Grace Dawes, editor of MOVEMNT, spoke with David Morgan and Marco Neubold from ZF about the launch of their exciting new Autonomous Level 4 Shuttle for the first time in the UK.
ZF are a global technology company supplying systems for passenger cars, commercial vehicles and industrial technology, enabling the next generation of mobility.
The group discussed the exciting new features of the driver-free shuttle, their MOVE 2023 experience, ZF’s journey within the AV sector, and the company’s MOVE pledge for 2024.
The Autonomous Vehicle (AV) industry is moving quickly, but what are some of the barriers in its way? MOVE recently spoke with Chess Stretson, CEO of dRISK, who has identified a big barrier to AV safety and, even better, provided a solution to it using Artificial Intelligence (AI).
dRISK is a start-up company that are testing and training AVs to be safer and respond to high-risk events that it detects in advance. Using countless tricky or hazardous vehicle scenarios – which are individually unlikely, but together make up all the risk on the road – dRISK is training their software to make autonomous driving smoother and safer.
Using an unprecedented scale and variety of data and patented AI, dRISK has assembled and mapped out out the whole space of edge cases into a knowledge graph of scenarios (like Google’s knowledge graph of the internet, but in this case, of the real world).
If you would like to meet and talk with dRISK come and join them at our MOVE 2023 event in London next week or at MOVE AMERICA 2023 in Austin, TX in September. We’ll see you there!
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The hydrogen ecosystem and how it’s set to grow and grow. Craig Knight, CEO of Hyzon Motors, a global supplier of zero-emissions hydrogen fuel cell powered commercial vehicles, including heavy duty trucks, buses and coaches, explains hydrogen’s role in future mobility solutions. Presented at MOVE 2021, Tuesday 9 November. View in YouTube below
The sky’s the limit! Making intercity eVTOL travel a reality. Vertical Aerospace’s President Michael Cervenka and Chief Commercial Officer Eduardo Dominguez Puerta make the case. Presented at MOVE 2021, Tuesday 9 November. View in YouTube below
Going giga: developing a buzzing UK battery industy. Ben Kilbey, Chief Communications Officer with BritishVolt in conversation with Quentin Wilson, motoring broadcaster and transport campaigner. Presented at MOVE 2021, Wednesday 10 November. View in YouTube below