The Latest Smart Dublin and transport trends, Emovis podcast

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The Latest Smart Dublin and transport trends, Emovis podcast

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Going Places Podcast – Episode 4

The podcast series aims to create a dialogue on the future of transport and mobility across Ireland and will feature key stakeholders and industry leaders, including senior representatives from Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII), ARUP and Smart Dublin.

In this episode, presenter Aidan Power will be joined by Alan Murphy, Smart Dublin Lead. He will be speaking on the topic of Smart Dublin and transport in Dublin.

The fourth episode will feature topics including:

  • Smart Dublin’s work in the area of transport in Dublin
  • The current state of Dublin’s transport facilities and infrastructure
  • Challenges and opportunities in the area of transport in Dublin

Darren O’Reilly, Head of Marketing and Communications for Emovis in Ireland said: “For the fourth episode in the ‘Going Places’ podcast series, we are delighted to be joined by Alan Murphy. As the team leader at Smart Dublin, Alan is well placed to discuss the topic of transport in Dublin, and the work that his organisation is carrying out in relation to it.”

The fourth episode features topics including:

  • Smart Dublin’s work in the area of transport in Dublin
  • The current state of Dublin’s transport facilities and infrastructure
  • Challenges and opportunities in the area of transport in Dublin

The podcast series aims to create a dialogue on the future of transport and mobility across Ireland and will feature key stakeholders and industry leaders, including senior representatives from Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII), ARUP and Smart Dublin. 

Each video episode sees Aidan take to the road in a Toyota CHR Hybrid to interview a leading figure within the Irish Transport and Mobility ecosystem. All of the interviews will take place over the course of a car journey.

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By | 2020-01-23T13:30:40+00:00 January 23rd, 2020|Technology|Comments Off on The Latest Smart Dublin and transport trends, Emovis podcast