WEBINAR April 21, 2022 · 4:00pm CEST / 10:00am EDT

Partnerships for green change – how can we create more sustainable cities communities?

With Earth Day nearly upon us, it’s the perfect time to reflect on what we are doing for the environment. In line with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 11 (Sustainable cities and communities), going green is more important than ever, and we can only achieve this together.

The best way of aligning our shared ambitions is to partner up. Inspired by the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 17 (Partnerships for the goals), this webinar will demonstrate how sharing knowledge can lead to a cleaner future for urban communities.

We’ll be joined by the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative, the Global Compact Network Netherlands, PTV Group (traffic management and transport optimization software solutions provider) and the Municipality of Amsterdam.

We’ll also look at TomTom’s Traffic Index, which benefits city officials, policymakers and more by giving them open access to our data so they can take informed action to reduce congestion and emissions.

Sign up to this webinar and see how we can leverage our knowledge to achieve SDG 11 and ensure a greener planet for future generations.

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Agenda



In this 45-minute session, TomTom and partners will discuss initiatives and real use cases to support the development of a more sustainable city infrastructure, followed by an open Q&A where you can ask any questions.

Introduction
George de Boer

Global Compact Network Netherlands
Julia Kondrateva

PTV use cases
Benjamin Stabler

Municipality of Amsterdam insights
Bas Bussink

TomTom Traffic Index and emissions data
Stephan Schmitt

CARIAD E-mobility
Francisco Moreno

Presenters
George de Boer

George de Boer
Global Director of Marketing, TomTom Automotive

George oversees TomTom’s strategy and marketing for the automotive industry. He is one of Europe’s leading automotive experts, highly committed to TomTom’s mission to shape tomorrow’s mobility. Since 2006, George has been developing and marketing real-time and historical traffic solutions and maps at TomTom. He also oversaw the business development of TomTom Telematics' Connected Car solution. He has a background in IT and a degree in engineering.

Julia Kondrateva

Julia Kondrateva
Strategic Events Manager at Global Compact Network Netherlands

Julia joined the Global Compact Network Netherlands in 2021 and works there as a Strategic Events Manager. Inspired to create meaningful events and engage stakeholders of the Global Compact, she develops a diverse portfolio of events on topics, such as Human Rights, Gender Equality, SDG Implementation, Sustainable Finance, and more. Previously, she worked in Program Management at a smart city NGO in Asia and was instrumental in connecting local governments with sustainable solution providers. Julia Kondrateva holds a Master’s degree from the University of Bologna in the area of Economics and Management.

Benjamin Stabler

Benjamin Stabler
Vice President of Product Management Mobility at PTV Group

Ben Stabler is Vice President of Product Management Mobility for PTV. He leads PTV’s mobility planning and traffic engineering software products, most notably Visum, Vissim, Viswalk, and Vistro. His expertise draws from 20+ years of industry experience working with a variety of cities, MPOs, DOTs, and transit operators to develop and apply models and software to help improve our communities.

Bas Bussink

Bas Bussink
Data Researcher at City of Amsterdam

Bas Bussink is a Data Researcher for the City of Amsterdam. His focus is on Traffic and Public Space. The last couple of years, the City of Amsterdam used Floating Car Data (FCD) to investigate implemented measures. FCD gives insights that are not achievable with other research methods. Amsterdam will also reduce the maximum speed in the city in 2024, and this will also be based on and analyzed with TomTom data.

Stephan Schmitt

Stephan Schmitt
Senior Software Engineer at TomTom


Stephan is a Senior Software Engineer and member of the TomTom Emissions team. Their goal is to help people to reduce emissions from traffic. Stephan has many years of experience in data analysis in both scientific and commercial contexts. He has been with TomTom for more than five years.

Francisco Moreno

Francisco Moreno
Head of Navigation at CARIAD, a Volkswagen Group Company

Francisco is responsible for navigation development at CARIAD. Before the founding of CARIAD, Francisco has been driving the development of navigation and location-based services for Audi and other premium brands in the VW Group. He is passionate about technology and mobility and holds a degree in telecommunications.