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The Future of Urban Mobility


This South Coast Centre of Excellence in Satellite Application’s workshop which has been developed in conjunction with the University of Brighton and the Digital Catapult will provide:

  • Enhanced knowledge and up to date developments in sustainable urban mobility
  • Insight into the important issues and challenges as seen by stakeholders and funders
  • Opportunities to be part of industry, academia and stakeholder partnerships
  • Opportunities to be part of the solution

The aim of this workshop is to identify challenges and potential technical approaches in providing a resilient transport system and supporting infrastructure where autonomy is used as a vehicle in achieving sustainable urban mobility.

  • Safety and Security
  • Energy Connectivity
  • Data Analytics
  • Policy and Economy

Date: 17 November 2016

Time: 09:30 – 16:30

Venue: Brighton


Satellite technologies play a vital role in a wide-range of industry sectors transforming businesses in areas as diverse as Healthcare, Media, Education, Construction, Environmental Resource Management, Tourism and Agriculture.