The passenger and commercial vehicle industries are undergoing a major transformation, as new technologies are innovating and disrupting the movement of people and goods on a global scale.
The future of movement is a top priority for global businesses and governments focused on three major mobility trends: autonomous driving, electrification and shared mobility. With ever-changing developments, it is critical for organisations to adapt through collaboration and communication.
The European Chamber of Commerce (EuroCham) represents the voice of the European business community in Singapore, providing members with a forum for advocacy, networking and information sharing. EuroCham’s Smart Mobility Committee works to foster alliances between European companies, government bodies and the Singapore transportation ecosystem.
Together with HERE Technologies, EuroCham launched The Future of Movement, a platform to cultivate an understanding of the key trends, challenges and opportunities relating to the movement of people and goods. The objective of the program is to bring together industry experts, thought leaders and policy shapers in a forum to exchange ideas on movement-related topics.
The Future of Movement has four pillars:
– Autonomous driving: The future of autonomous vehicles in the region
– Urban mobility: How technology and innovation, together with transportation capacity, facilitate the movement of people
– Transportation: The infrastructure and services required to facilitate the movement of goods in an on-demand economy
– Logistics: The role of technology in addressing the challenges and opportunities in supply chain visibility and fleet management
A series of webinars was held in conjunction with EuroCham corporate member, HERE Technologies. HERE is a location data and technology platform that moves people, businesses and cities forward by harnessing the power of location.
As the program’s knowledge partner, HERE engaged a variety of stakeholders – including industry experts, thought leaders, opinion leaders and logistics-tech innovators – who contributed their expertise on a range of topics relating to The Future of Movement.
This eBook is a summary of the webinars, held in 2021.