ERTICO works to achieve its vision and fulfill its mission by being a thought leader and engaging the relevant stakeholders to advance the smart mobility agenda.
They promote and facilitate the rollout of Intelligent Transport systems and services in Europe through a variety of European co-funded projects, Innovation Platforms, international cooperation, advocacy and events.
We caught up with ERTICO at CES 2020 to find out how they are making mobility smarter, safer, and cleaner in Europe.
About Jacob Bangsgaard
Jacob Bangsgaard is the CEO of ERTICO as of January 2017. His expertise lies within strategy, management, advocacy, economics, Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), mobility as a service and road safety.
On the back of a 26-year experience working in Brussels on transport and mobility issues, Jacob has previously worked at ERTICO for 5 years as Director of International Affairs and Communications and was Director General of the FIA Region, as well as Director of International Relations at the FIA Foundation.
Jacob has also represented mobility interests for a regional authority, and worked for two years in the European Commission Transport Directorate. He is also President of the MaaS Alliance and was on the Board of Euro NCAP from 2010-2016 and Secretary General of the Belgian association eSafetyAware from 2009-2016. He holds a degree in Economics from Aalborg University, Denmark.
ERTICO ITS Europe is a public-private partnership of 120 companies and organizations representing service providers, suppliers, traffic and transport industry, research, public authorities, user organizations, mobile network operators, and vehicle manufactures.
ERTICO’s mission is to achieve societal and political goals, strengthen the competitiveness of the industry and optimize services for the user and to create safer, smarter and cleaner transport services and networks for the benefit of all.
About Matt Stephenson
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