• Mathias Boyer

    General Manager Europe, TuSimple AI

    Bio: Mathias is the General Manager for Europe for TuSimple AI (NASDAQ:TSP). TuSimple is leading the drive for fully-autonomous driving solutions for the logistic industry. TuSimple has the first and only commercial ready level (SAE) trucks, capable of self-driving from depot-depot and already have operations doing so every day for its customers. The company is driven by a mission to increase safety, decrease transportation costs and reduce carbon emissions.

    Title of presentation: Self-Driving Technology in Logistics

    Abstract of presentation: We are about to witness a major disruption of the logistics industry and only by automatizing cars and trucks will we realize the lowest and most efficient total cost of ownership of transportation. Using AV technology, we can instantly realize a >10% reduction in carbon emissions on roads in Europe. Regulation and existing perceptions of AV are the biggest hurdles to climb in rolling out the technology. But we expect it to happen within 4-5 years.

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    • IDA Hall
      01-12-2 -
      Organized by IDA
      The technological development within green mobility is about to undergo some big changes. The Chinese government has made an ambitious goal of making the country CO2 neutral by 2060, As a result they are working on becoming the World’s innovation center and the production base for new and green forms of transportation. Globally we are about to witness a major disruption of the logistics, when self-driving cars and trucks are hitting the roads. With a promise og a >10% reduction in carbon emissions on roads in Europe alone.
      Business Talk: “China’s Green Mobility Revolution”, Peter Lisbygd, CEO, China Experience
      Business Talk: “Self-Driving Technology for the Logistic Industry”, Mathias Boyer, General Manager Europe, TuSimple AI
      Session coordinator: Henriette Rimmer Caspersen, project manager, IDA
      Facilitator: Tina Splidsboel, Journalist, IDA
      Green mobility driven by China and self-driving technology (Live from Shanghai)
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