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How Connectivity supports the alternative mobility solutions?

17 Feb.


Participation is free

About the Smart Mobility Institute

The Smart Mobility Institute (SMI) is an organisation of Nexus Communication in collaboration with corporate opinion leaders. Its mission is to accelerate the development of smart mobility management within companies.

The SMI is the first cross functional networking group of international buyer profiles willing to share best practices, explore new possibilities, benchmark with suppliers and inspire each other with real mobility best practices.

At the center of the SMI are the participants: all stakeholders of corporate mobility, that are international decision makers within Fleet, Travel, HR (Rewards & Benefit), Facility & Finance. The SMI brings these stakeholders together and focuses each time on an extra target group, without excluding other corporate stakeholders in mobility.

NEXT SESSION: 17 February 2022

How Connectivity can support the uptake of alternative mobility solutions?

Visionary Fleet & Mobility experts, Comp & Ben specialists, tech start-ups and leading providers in smart and mobility will come together to scrutinise the technology and business models trends in Connected Mobility.

Join us for a 3-hour intense workshop with leading mobility companies on the hottest topics for Fleet & Mobility specialists, including turning data into valuable insights, revolutionising the employee experience, enhancing safety and sustainability, and having access to more flexible and personalised mobility.

In today’s era of information noise and overload, a selection of the best experts in the field will distil the content that counts so that you don’t have to. Participate in riveting live conversations and find out what mobility providers are doing today to succeed tomorrow. Join peer-to-peer discussions to expand your knowledge and network. This is a must-attend, strategy-focused workshop for anyone operating at the juncture of traditional fleet management and technology-driven smart mobility for corporates.


Key topics in this SMI session are:

  • What is Connected Mobility, and in which areas of Corporate Mobility is it relevant?

  • How can Connectivity support the uptake of alternative mobility solutions?

  • What happens to the vast quantity of data coming from connectivity technology? Who has access to it, and who owns it? And how can cybersecurity risks be tackled?

  • Best practices and lessons learned from pace-setting corporates in Connected Mobility.

The SMI provides the platform to exchange best practices, discover new mobility solutions and collaborate during workshops on ideas between the largest corporations around the world, that want to accelerate the transition to Mobility.


14:00 – 14:10 Welcome & Introduction 

Saskia Harreman will introduce the Smart Mobility Institute plan for 2022 and the agenda for today's theme: 'How connectivity can support the uptake of alternative mobility solutions'.


14:10 – 14:40  Mobility is for sharing - How Deutsche Telekom MobilitySolutions provides Connected and Sustainable mobility

Dr Olga Nevska, CEO of Telekom MobilitySolutions, will take us through the Why, the What, and the How of the, shortly to be launched, connected mobility services at Germany's second-largest fleet.

Telekom's strategy to shift from cars to sustainable mobility is based on three pillars: diversification of the mobility portfolio, digital services and MaaS as an ecosystem. 


With Dr Olga Nevska, CEO of Telekom MobilitySolutions


14:40 – 15:10   Connectivity enables sublime digital user experience

Connectivity enables a sublime digital user experience. Machine learning provides insight into the demand and supply at peak times and low times and connecting them will allow a fulfilling user experience.

How does Connectivity help us with the proper mobility at the right time and location? With leading mobility service provider Sixt we will dive deeper into the value of connected mobility and the benefits to the user.


With : 

  • Stuart Donnelly, Global Sales Director at SIXT

  • Konrad Thoma, Senior Vice President Mobility Products at SIXT  

This presentation will be followed by a Q&A 

15:10 – 15:30    Networking break 

15:30 – 16:00    The easiest way to smarten your corporate mobility

Roeland Vanrenterghem from Vaigo provides insight into how platform technology enables HR and mobility managers to offer flexible and multimodal mobility options. And how connectivity and technology deal with hurdles such as processes, cyberattacks and privacy regulation.

With Roeland Vanrenterghem, Managing Partner at NS GO & Vaigo

16:00 – 16:30    Go safe, smart and seamlessly


A best practice session on the French mobility programme of one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies. In this session, we learn more about the mandatory mobility plans for corporations in France and how BMS uses connected technology in their pioneering approach. Their ‘plan de mobilite obligatoire’ aims to promote alternative mobility and thus reduce polluting emissions and road traffic. What are the benefits for BMS ad their lessons learned?​

With Xavier Bazan, Senior EMEA Fleet Manager at Bristol Myers Squibb


16:30-16:50  Panel discussion

Our panel will share their views on what needs to happen to enhance Connectivity.

16:50 – 17:00  Closing & Lessons Learned


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