Jaap van den Hoek
Jaap joined Wejo, the leader in connected vehicle data, in 2019 to educate stakeholders on the potential of connected vehicle data. Now, as the Director of Solutions Engineering, Jaap oversees the business development team and the sales teams in both the UK and the US. He has previously spoken at the Frost & Sullivan awards and the Financial Times event. Prior to joining Wejo, Jaap was the business development manager at INRIX, where he was responsible for public sector sales in the Benelux and Middle East regions.
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Urban Mobility: Trends, Players & Sustainable Solutions for Cities
Automobile sales are expected to reach 125 million by 2025, with more than half forecasted to be bought in cities. Today’s 1.2 billion strong global car fleet could double by 2030. (1) The existing urban infrastructure cannot support such an increase in vehicles on the road. Solving the mobility challenge will require bold, coordinated actions from the private and public sectors. The speed and extent of the mobility transformation will differ.
In this panel, our guests will focus on urban mobility, covering some of the following topics:
• Global communication trends for mobility including detailed market forecasts, revenue drivers, and expected spending by region
• Companies and emerging trends to watch in the segmented IoT space
• Chips, switches and trends for Wi-FI 6 technology and its role in smart infrastructure
• The future of mobility with connected vehicle data & new trends in urban governance and sustainable mobility
• How city planners can use connected vehicle data to create smarter, safer and more accessible cities
This panel is sponsored by Wejo, the leader in connected vehicle data, with over 10 million cars sending 14 billion data points a day to its cloud — equating to more than twice as many Wejo data points than Google searches in a day. This data then enables cities to reduce congestion and accidents, construction firms to know where to build and retailers to understand their customers. For the everyday person? The data enables us to move faster, produce fewer emissions, drive more safely and ultimately save time, money and the environment.
1. Joyce Dargay, Dermot Gately, and Martin Sommer, “Vehicle ownership and income growth, worldwide: 1960–2030,” Energy Journal, Volume 28, Number 4, 2007, pp. 143–70.