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Drive Sweden
Place
Online
Date
January 26, 2022
Time
10:00 - 16:00
Time zone: Stockholm, GMT+01:00

On the 26th of January it's time for a new Drive Sweden Forum. The theme is Digitalisation of the Transport System and we are preparing a full day of interesting content for you. Due to new COVID-related restrictions​, introduced by the Swedish government recently, we will arrange this event online. This time around we are happy to announce that Anna Hallberg, Swedish Minister for Foreign Trade and Nordic Affairs, Trent Victor, Director of Safety Research and Best Practices at Waymo and Jan Larsson, CEO Business Sweden will join us, providing interesting perspectives on key issues for Drive Sweden! And as always, the event will also be packed with new perspectives, international outlooks or great results from ongoing initiatives and collaborations within Drive Sweden. Make sure not to miss this!

This time, we have divided the day into five tracks, each of them adding different perspectives on our theme Digitalisation of the Transport System.

Excerpts from the agenda

Read the detailed agenda here!

10.00-10.30

Half-time!
We will kick off the day with news, updates and reflections on where Drive Sweden is today, what we have achieved during our first six years and what lies ahead as we prepare for our next six years. Some of our early and new partners will talk about what our network has meant to them and what impact our combined results can have on future mobility.
Malin Andersson, Programme Director Drive Sweden, Jan Hellåker, Chairman Drive Sweden, Josephine Darlington, Programme Coordinator Drive Sweden, Anna Hallberg, Swedish Minister for Foreign Trade and Nordic Affairs, Peter Janevik, AstaZero and John Hultén, K2

10.30-11.20

The Infrastructure
The digital infrastructure is a key element for future mobility solutions. What initiatives do we have up and running, where are we heading and what takeaways have we made? We will discuss if our transport system is ready for autonomous mobility solutions and get insights from our projects 5G Ride and AVTCT and more.
Speakers: Stefan Myhrberg, Ericsson, Elisa Bin, ITRL/KTH, Sigma Dollins, RISE, Shahriar Gorjifar, Urban Transport Administration City of Gothenburg and Olof Johansson, the Swedish Transport Administration.

11.20-12.00

The Business Model
Without viable business models we might not get far. During this section we will be eyeing challenges and opportunities connected to digitized transport systems and solutions and what data driven maintenance can bring to the table. You will get updates and findings from several cases within the Drive Sweden Business Model Lab, fascinating facts from Univrses and a panel discussion.
Speakers: Roland Elander, Sustainable Innovation, Tobias Forngren, Freelway and Lisa Säfwenberg, Stora Enso, all parterns of the Drive Sweden Business Model Lab and Alfred Lindberg, Univrses.

12.00-13.00

Annual General Meeting & Lunch

13.00-13.35

Planning and preparing the public sector for a digital shift
How can we work together on finding and tackling common challenges on our way of creating more connected cities? Partners from our DigInfra project will shed some light on this. During this section we will also be presented with results from the KRABAT project, where autonomous solutions for buses have been developed and tested on passengers.
Speakers: Sandra Viktor, City of Linköping, Marie Karlsson, project manager DigInfra and Joakim Jonsson Volvo Buses/KRABAT.

13.35-14.45

The future policies and regulations - how do we make them to ensure they do not hinder innovative solutions?
Let’s take a look at the traffic regulations of the future and how we get there. By taking our starting point in Drive Sweden’s SCAT project and Policy Lab, we will discuss this with a few partners that have unique insights to share. What obstacles need to be overcome in order for autonomous solutions to hit the road, what structures are needed and what good examples are there?
Speakers: Jenny Lundahl, RISE, Pia Berglund, Einride and Kent-Eric Lång, RISE/Drive Sweden Thematic Area Leader Policy Development.

14.45-16.00

Creating a safer and human centered city scape
How do you predict accidents? That is what our project AI Aware is working on. Within this ground-breaking project, traffic authorities, traffic management providers, map and location data providers and OEMs are working together, combining city and vehicle data with AI and thereby creating ways of preventing accidents from happening. You will be given a walkthrough with a lot of interesting insights.
Speakers: Johan Amoruso-Wennerby, Volvo Cars, Carl Lindberg, Zenseact, Petter Djerf, HERE Technologies, Kristian Jaldemark, Carmenta, Jan Larsson, CEO Business Sweden, Vaike Fors, Halmstad University, Patricia La Torre, Humanising Autonomy and Susanne Duval Innings, City of Helsingborg.

Building the World’s Most Experienced Driver
Keynote by Trent Victor, Director of Safety Research and Best Practices at Waymo.

Read the detailed agenda here!

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