By: Lesley Brown
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Futur des Mobilités – 9 October
Institut G9+, Union Routière de France and Nokia, a sponsor of Institute G9+, are organising the 3rd edition of the Futur des Mobilités conference in Paris, in partnership with Colas. The objective? To pinpoint needs and opportunities in order to draw up a concrete action plan involving mobility stakeholders in Ile de France (Paris and its region).
The new French mobility orientation law (LOM) is changing the rules of the mobility game. Calls for tenders are being issued to adapt existing infrastructure to the needs of ‘new mobility’. The LOM is also supporting the development new technologies and artificial intelligence. Then there are complex urban projects like the Grand Paris Express (new-build automatic metro around the capital) and soon, the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
Introduction: Didier Carré, general secretary, Institut G9+
Welcome: Hervé Le Bouc, president Groupe Colas
Mobility in Greater Paris by André Santini, vice president, Métropole du Grand Paris; head of economic strategy, Maire d’Issy-les-Moulineaux
- Julian Bilal, head of Business Development Division & manager, Design & Engineering Offices Department, Colas
- Jean-Jacques Thomas, innovation & digital director, SNCF Réseau
- Vincent Duguay, urban director, Systra
- Laurence Montanari, senior innovation manager, Renault
- Véronique Berthault, assistant director, autonomous vehicle R&I programme, Groupe RATP
- Eric Lacombe, Innovation Partnership, Nokia Bell Labs
- Xavier Corouge, managing director, Urban Mobility Business Unit & member of the Group Executive Committee, Europcar Mobility Group
- Fabrice Luriot, director, Mobility by Colas