Nevada continues to be a leader in advanced mobility enhancing the quality of life for the millions of residents and visitors. As the epicenter for autonomous vehicle testing, and home to one of the world’s first Hyperloop tracks, the Silver State has cemented itself as a place where transportation technology can thrive. That’s why there’s no better place to host a transportation technology summit than in fabulous Las Vegas!
At the starting gate of CES week, the GO-NV Summit returns in 2020 themed with Elvis’ timeless words, “a little less conversation, a little more action please,” because now more than ever, it is important to highlight the work that is transforming the transportation landscape.
Welcome & Breakfast
Lessons Learned: Are there any smart cities out there?
Innovation in mobility within the city structure is ever advancing; sharing the wins and losses brings a wealth of experience. Would you take a different path the second time around?
Nevada Technology Spotlight: Nexar
More data, more unsolved problems
Data is a considerable disruptor and game changer for advancing mobility in communities. With data comes great responsibility and considerations: predictive and operational insights, privacy, public access, the value of understanding how people move, security, sustainability, and monetization of data platforms. It is the greatest asset we have, but do we utilize it to the best of its abilities?
Who is driving MaaS? Public or private
Mobility as a Service, or MaaS for short, has seen significant growth in cities and it is one of the critical factors in moving to multi-passenger transportation and reducing congestion. But who is in the driver’s seat? Does the private sector have one hand on the steering wheel, while the public sector is pushing for cruise control?
Planes, trains and automobiles: A new delivery system
In an era of “we want it, and we want it right now,” consumer expectations for expedited service seems to be driving the delivery industry. From high-speed mass transit, to autonomous delivery pods, and drones, the future of mobility is no longer linear or grounded. The “needs driven” market is forcing change at a pace never expected, but can we all meet the demand?
12 p.m. – 4 p.m.