In the quest to move people and goods without a human driver, debate rages over whether resources are best spent developing low-speed shuttles or highway-capable passenger vehicles. Shuttles may be excellent for short trips, but other transport services still need to be developed to provide for all journeys city-dwellers take. Self-driving passenger cars on the other hand could complete most road-based transport services for consumers but present what is possibly a more difficult task for automation.
This panel will discuss the differences in approach between designing self-driving cars and shuttles, the scale at which the two technologies are being deployed globally and the regulations that are defining how these technologies are being tested and developed.
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Head of Business Development - Self-Driving Group, Yandex
Head of Business Development at Yandex Self-Driving Group. Artem is responsible for expanding technological presence, business partnership and supply chain for ever-growing fleet of Yandex self-driving cars and autonomous delivery robots....
Jinghong Lyu is an Intelligent Mobility Analyst for BloombergNEF, which advises the world’s leading policymakers, energy companies, automakers and investors on the key trends shaping the future of e-mobility. Based in Beijing, Jinghong produces...
Jari Honkonen (MA. Industrial Design, Aalto University), works as a project manager in the Smart Mobility team at Forum Virium Helsinki. He has a long experience in managing the user experience design and the development of digital services for...
Prashanthi Raman has nearly 15 years of experience navigating challenging, highly charged, and complex political environments. As the Director of Global Government affairs for Cruise, an all-electric, autonomous vehicle company, she oversees...