Thursday, 11 November 2021
Electronic assistance systems and the analysis of mobility data - highlights of the third day
In the morning, DVV Media Group GmbH opened its panel discussion on the question "Autonomous fleets - a perspective for public transport?". Manuel Bosch, Publishing Director of DVV Media Group GmbH, moderated the program: "Autonomous driving can become a very important element for future mobility offers. In this field, technological developments come together with aspects of service design," said Bosch. "With our discussion panel at #MES Insights, we wanted to bring these perspectives together: The innovation power of the supply industry and the perspectives of tomorrow's operators and users."
The webinar, "Who are the users? - Diverse Perspectives on Data-Driven Mobility" by Woman in Mobility was moderated by Lieke Ypma in a panel with three guests Julia Beumer, DILAX, Dorothea Bateva, DB Curbside Management and Rieke Dibbern, MOIA. They addressed the changing mobility offerings of recent years. New software solutions are becoming increasingly established, as are the possibilities for collecting and analyzing mobility data. Women in Mobility is a network for women in the mobility industry. Organized in hubs in individual cities, Women in Mobility offers women in the DACH region a platform for exchange and networking. With their own events and contributions to trade conferences and trade fairs, they want to enable women from different mobility sectors to get in touch with each other and work to increase the visibility of women in the industry.
In the afternoon, Berlin Partner for Business and Technology provided information on electronic assistance systems and corresponding innovative solutions from Berlin-Brandenburg. Seven start-ups pitched their ideas in five minutes each.
Participants included Peregrine Technologies GmbH, which helps transport companies and fleet managers to increase the safety of their drivers in road traffic. Using a dashcam, objects in road traffic are recorded and driving profiles are displayed. Route histories and video evaluations can be transmitted in real time. The company AvailabilityPlus GmbH is committed to the security of personal data of companies. With its LiDAR sensor systems, LiangDao GmbH stands for autonomous driving and intelligent traffic management. Other participants included PANTOhealth GmbH, DiAvEn UG, Graphmasters SA and DFKI GmbH.
Current images of the #MES Insights 2021 event can be found in our image database https://press.messe-berlin.com/fotoweb/archives/5052-MES-Expo/.