Unipol Group - The Urban Mobility Council is born the Mobility Think Tank

Wanted by Unipol Groupwith the support of Politecnico di Milanothe Think Tank of mobility The Urban Mobility Councilwhich will make its first official release on June 27 at the Feltrinelli Foundation in Milan, during which the president of Unipol will speak among others Carlo Cimbrithe Rector of the Milan Polytechnic Ferruccio Stay and Finnish Sampo HietanenCEO of MaaS (Mobility-as-a-Service), in addition to being presented the scenario analyzes of the Poli on Connected, Autonomous, Green and Integrated Mobility. The scenario data, and their continuous analysis, are the heart of the Think Tank, which will develop its activity along four lines: Connected Mobility, where we will investigate new strategies and business models based on the remote management of smart cars and vehicles, V2X (Vehicle-to-everything) communication networks, passing through the new experiments in the Smart Road, Internet of Things and mobility fields; there Green Mobility, thanks to which the urban and motorway recharging infrastructures and the evolution of the automotive offer between old and new players are analyzed; L’Autonomous Mobility, and on the reference regulatory framework, the digitalization of infrastructures and 5G, autonomous driving and the issue of ethics and the related consequences for the insurance world; L’Integrated Mobilitywith which it will deal with company cars and NLT, micro-mobility, new logics of shared use, in addition to addressing the change in lifestyle and habits relating to moving around the city, the transformation of the traveler from car driver to passenger, the evolution of the offer and of the regulatory framework and the transition to the new “Mobility-as-a-Service” model with both traditional and self-driving vehicles.

From insurance to 360 ° mobility. This ongoing transformation will have important technological, economic, industrial and cultural repercussions: “Unipol was born with an insurance DNA”, he says Giacomo LovatiChief Beyond Insurance Officer of UnipolSaiwhich specifies: “It started 15 years ago with the black boxes, essential for understanding the mobility habits of our customers, in recent years it has extended its services, from the repair and maintenance of cars to the sale of cars with the long term rental And lately to the electronic tollbecoming a 360 ° partner and consolidating its positioning in what we call the mobility ecosystem “. Stefano Genovese, Head of Institutional Relations of Unipol adds: “The great energy transition underway will impact almost all industrial sectors, but it will be above all in the field of mobility that citizens will see the most notable transformations. The sources of energy for means of transport will change. but above all the individual relationship with vehicles will change: thanks to technology and data analysis, a new ecosystem of products and services is growing rapidly. The Unipol Group has been investing for many years in on-board telematics. To build the next mobility is Today it is necessary to promote a dialogue between the industry traditionally engaged in this field and all the stakeholders, thus opening a comparison and a fruitful collaboration between the different realities of the sector “. “Designing the services, infrastructures and business models of tomorrow’s new electric and shared mobility today is very difficult; analyzing the data on how Italians move today can help a lot in this difficult task” he says. Sergio SavaresiProfessor of automation in vehicles at the Politecnico di Milano, who comments: “The aim of the research is to use the current mobility data of vehicles circulating in Italy to predict, design and optimize future mobility models, along the main guidelines of electric mobility, shared, autonomous. In particular, we want, first of all, to evaluate what are the actual opportunities for electrification in the short term, identifying the fastest and cheapest development guidelines. We also want to plan the transition towards Mobility- As-A-Service – both with traditional vehicles and with self-driving vehicles-, looking for the most effective way to introduce this new mobility model. In both cases the predictive analyzes are developed on the basis of the current behavior of car owners private “.

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