DILAX at the Autonomy Digital 2.0
How Local Data drive Accessibility in Public Transport
On 19 and 20 May DILAX presented itself at the Autonomy Digital 2.0, the international event for sustainable mobility solutions. We presented our new sensor, the SLS-1000, and had an exciting panel dicussion with different experts. Romina Lecherbauer, Sales Manager at DILAX, talked with our guests about how public transport can be made more accessible for everyone and which role local data can play in this.
Our guest speakers:
- Tyler Kreider, Project Manager Mobility Institute Berlin (mib)
- Cara O'Sullivan, Inclusive Mobility Design Researcher The Inclusionaries Lab
- Krzysztof Wojtasik, Sales Manager Eastern Europe DILAX
We discussed how public transport becomes more likable and how mobility providers and city planners should re-think the design of their services, in order to accommodate all citizens. Together with our guests we explored how occupancy data can serve as a basis for sustainable planning to improve mobility services and make public transport more inclusive.