How data and new business models will reshape the industry.

A Morning Brief on the Future of Mobility.

Thu, 8 October 2020

09:00 – 12:00 CEST

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Autonomous driving, connectivity, electrification and shared mobility are some of the key trends that will impact the future of mobility and the next big shift in how people and goods are moved and transported.
This Morning Brief is the first in a series of four events where Camp invite companies, experts and startups to search for answers on how the Future of Mobility will look.


  • Welcome
  • How partnerships will drive the change in Mobility, Tryg
  • Disruption in mobility and why it will be collaborative, Sampo Hietanen, CEO and Founder, MaaS Global - Finland
  • Tamy Ribeiro, Chief Mobility Evangelist & Head of Partnerships, Wunder Mobility
  • Autonomous driving, AI and who will be responsible when accidents happen?, Léonard Van Rompaey, PhD and International researcher in AI and robot law, University of Copenhagen and Synch, Denmark
  • Final remarks and next steps in Camp - Future of Mobility


Sampo Hietanen, CEO and Founder, MaaS Global: Why the disruption in mobility will be collaborative

Sampo is CEO and founder of MaaS Global who stands behind the Whim app that is one of the first true mobility as a service apps. Being part of the disruption in mobility and Mobility as a Service for well over 10 years he is a true expert in the future of mobility.

Tamy Ribeiro, Chief Mobility Evangelist & Head of Partnerships, Wunder Mobility: A Global perspective on the Future of Mobility

Tamy founded her first company at the age of 22 and sold it later to Grupo Trend, a part of CVC corp, the largest travel and tourism conglomerate in the Americas.
After 13 years of experience in online travel, Tamy moved to mobility in 2016, when she joined Wunder, helping the company to identify opportunities and partnerships that amplified its expansion and presence from 1 to over 100 cities in the world. Headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, Wunder is widely considered the fastest growing mobility tech company in Europe and has become a household name in the industry, providing mobility solutions to partners such as Yamaha, Toyota, Daimler, Audi and BMW.

Léonard Van Rompaey, PhD and International researcher in AI and robot law: How can policy-makers regulate AI in a way that makes businesses do the hard work while promoting trust, ethics, and responsible practices?

Trust in artificial intelligence (AI) is a key factor of public acceptance and uptake of the technology. It will be crucial to the commercial success of AI producers, and to the development of the tech industry. AI also disrupts our legal systems and generates loopholes in our liability regimes (including product liability). Unclear or unfair liability regimes risk severely affecting trust.

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