Professor Dr. Andreas Herrmann is Director of the Institute for Mobility at the University of St. Gallen and Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics. He previously headed the Institute for Customer Insight, also at this university. For many years, he has worked with companies in the automotive industry on topics related to the automation of vehicles. He is also involved in projects on micromobility, autonomous driving, emissions reduction and urban redesign. Andreas Herrmann has published over 200 scientific papers and written 15 books. The last two books were about autonomous driving and mobility for all.
09:20 am - 10:10 am
The Transition to technology-enabled mobility and sustainable zero-emission ecosystem offers an immense opportunity and equally operational challenges. The session provides a view on both global and regional market potentials and trends, as well as recommendations on how to identify realized profitable value pools. Recommendations are underpinned by PwC analytic data as well as real life case studies to guide e-mobility stakeholders towards the development of a reliable and sustainable EV-energy-ecosystem, operational excellence and profitable business models.