The Future of Transport at COP26
To influence changes at a global level, we need to understand the impact of climate change at a local level. The availability of geospatial data at scale is unlocking new ways to provide meaningful insights into complex global climate science that can be applied to virtually any sector of the economy.
As COP26 transcends in Glasgow this week Location Data Scotland in partnership with Space Scotland (Scottish Space Leadership Council) are delivering a virtual event at KTN’s Space and Geospatial Virtual Pavilion for COP26 on Wednesday 10th November exploring The Future of Transport.
This webinar will consider how space and geospatial fits into the wider transport and mobility landscape and how various transport improvements are leading towards net zero targets. Exemplars of how space and geospatial data is being used to create transport efficiencies will be shared followed by a discussion on lessons that can be drawn from these use cases to inform the future of transport.
We will be joined by industry experts including our keynote Dr Hina Khan, Project Coordinator at the highly innovative Spire Global, and John Innes, CTO & VP Technology Innovation, Innovation & Technology Group of global leader, Leonardo.
Wednesday 10th November
|12:35-12:45||Keynote: How space data links with transport||Dr Hina Khan, Project Coordinator, Spire Global|
|12:45-12:55||What is transport?||Hayden Sutherland, Founder & Chair, Open Transport Initiative|
|12:55-13:00||Q and A|
|13:00-13:25||Panel 1: Exemplars of space & geospatial in transport||Chair:
|13:25-13:50||Panel 2: Future of Transport||Chair:
|13:50-14:00||Closing remarks||John Innes, CTO & VP Technology Innovation, Innovation & Technology Group, Leonardo|
Further information about KTN’s Space and Geospatial Virtual Pavilion for COP26 can be found here.