Technological innovation, digitization, interconnected technologies as well as the need to significantly reduce carbon dioxide emissions have a strong impact on the mobility concepts of the future. China, having committed to drastically reducing its carbon dioxide emissions, is a global key player when it comes to e-mobility and autonomous driving.
Join our China Update on Autonomous Driving, organized in cooperation with Huangpu (Guangzhou) District’s Economic Promotion Office in Europe (Heidelberg, Germany). In the webinar, we want to look at recent developments and the status quo of Autonomous Driving in China. This does not only include technological and regulatory developments but also challenges that rapid technological shifts pose to traditional public transportation systems.
10:00-10:05 Welcome and Opening
(Mr. Tim Posert, Regional Manager Greater China & Mongolia, OAV – German Asia-Pacific Business Association)
10:05-10:20 Building an (international) low carbon transport ecosystem
(Mr. Sebastian Ibold, GIZ)
10:20-10:30 Autonomous Driving – safety requirements & experience report on driving downtown Guangzhou
(Mr. Jackson Lam, WeRide, Guangzhou)
10:30-10:40 E-Mobility in the Greater Bay Area – Developing a clean future of urban
(Mr. Liwen Xu, Baoneng Motor R&D Center, Guangzhou)
10:40-10:50 Autonomous Driving Implementation – Legal aspects, administrative measures/challenges, new standards/norms
(Mr. Zhengming Wu, Guangzhou Intelligent Connected Vehicle Pilot Zone Operation Center)
10:50-11:05 Panel discussion and questions from the audience
(Moderation: Tim Posert, OAV)
11:05-11:30 End of Event