Conference

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Monday 20 March 2017


 

9:30 to 9:45

FORMAL OPENING & WELCOME (Main Hall)

Maria Vassilakou, City of Vienna Vice Mayor


Conference Moderator Chris Cummins

 

10:30 to 11:00

 

1:30 to 13:00 SESSION 1 - SHOWCASE

Stream A (Main Hall): Business of CycleLogistics

Six Pecha Kucha sessions

Moderator: Gary Armstrong, ECLF

A1 The missing link: No business without service

Benjamin Georg, Cargobike.berlin, Berlin, Germany

A2 Innovative solutions for just in time delivery services


Mario Eibl, Gleam Technologies, Vienna, Austria

A3 Scaling up a delivery business – the Cargo Vélo 2.0 story


Sander Vanderberghe, Cargo Vélo, Gent, Belgium

A4 Cycle logistics in Slovakia

Marian Gogola, University of Zilina, Zaneskurier,

Zilina & Šimon Krošlák, Cyklokuriér Švihaj Šuhaj, Bratislava, Slovakia

A5 Integrating cargo bikes into everyday operations

Paul Brandstäter, Veloce, Vienna, Austria

A6 Working with Amazon

Frank Müller, Urban Cargo, Berlin, Germany

 

Stream B (Basement): Municipalities & commercial use of cargo bikes

Six Pecha Kucha sessions

Moderator: Florian Lorenz, Plansinn, Vienna, Austria

B1 Sustainable delivery of regional food (ÖKO-LOG project)

Julia Zientek, FGM-Amor, Graz


& Daniel Kofler, Bike Citizens, Austria

B2 Multimodal transport on the Donaukanal in Vienna

Reinhard Jellinek, Austrian Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria

B3 Highlights from the Cyclelogistics projects

Susanne Wrighton, FGM-Amor, Graz, Austria

B4 E-cargo cycles for municipal organisations - waste management in Hamburg

Christian Rudolph, DLR German Aerospace Centre, Berlin, Germany

B5 Mechelen, Belgium case study


Veerle de Meyer, Mobility Project Co-ordinator, Stad Mechelen, Belgium

B6 Cambridge, UK case study

Simon Manville, Cambridgeshire County Council, Cambridge, UK

Stream C (Video Lounge): Municipalities & the private use of cargo bikes

Panel discussion: Growing demand for personal use of cargo bikes

Moderator: Matthias Bernold, Journalist, Austria

C1 Cargo bike sharing system SeestadtFLOTTE


Lukas Lang, Wien 3420 Aspern Development, Vienna, Austria

C2 Cargobikes for families! Basel’s campaign for children’s transport by bike


Kathrin Grotrian, Canton of Basel- Stadt, Department of Public Works and Transport, Basel, Switzerland

C3 Self organized cargo bike sharing: practice and thoughts from Vienna


Konrad Berghuber, Vienna Cargo Bike Collective LRK, Vienna, Austria

C4 Offering innovative collaborative mobility for urban logistics: carvelo2go


Jonas Schmid, Mobiltätsakademie AG, Bern, Switzerland

C5 Integrating cargo bikes into public cycle hire schemes

Dennis Steinsiek, Nextbike, Leipzig, Germany

 

14:00 to 15:30 SESSIONS 2 – SUPPORT

Stream A (Main Hall): Business of CycleLogistics

Supporting the development of cyclelogistics as a business.

Moderator: Nick Blake, Imagine Cargo, Zürich, Switzerland

A7 Cycle Logistics - An integrated part of the transport chain


Davor Sertic, Chairman of the Transport & Logistics Division of the Vienna Economic Chamber,
Vienna, Austria

A8 Cooperation business models - local bike couriers pedaling for global brands

Zsolt Kilián, Hajtas Pajtas, Budapest, Hungary

A9 A system for delivering scalable and sustainable logistics solutions


Peter Harris, UPS & Robin Haycock, Fernhay, UK

 

Stream B (Basement): Municipalities & commercial use of cargo bikes

Workshop: What can cities do to support cyclelogistics?

Moderator: Richard Armitage, ECLF

B7 Cargo bikes as city changers


Karl Reiter, FGM-Amor, Graz, Austria

B8 Urban consolidation centres


Jordi Gali, Vanapedal, Barcelona, Spain

B9 Opportunity window for cargo bikes


Pascal Kellermayr, Fahrradfensterputzer, Vienna, Austria

B10 Urban logistics solutions

Måns Lindburg, DG-Move, Brussels, Belgium

B11 Cargo Bikes as a mainstream transport option

Gerhard Samek, ÖAMTC, Austria

 

Stream C (Video Lounge): Municipalities & the private use of cargo bikes

Workshop: How to support and expand cargo bike use.

Moderator: Francisco Luciano, Douze Cycles, France

C6 A free cargo bike at each street corner?


Lars Wichmann, Velogold, Hannover, Germany

C7 Cargo bikes as urban commons

Isabella Klebinger, Vienna member Forum Freie Lastenräder, Vienna, Austria

C8 How to overcome legal hurdles for cargo cyclists in the road code of Austria and elsewhere

Alec Hager, Radlobby, Vienna, Austria

C9 Cargo bikes and new-built housing project - how to reduce costs, traffic and pollution


René Reckschwardt, Hamburg, Germany

 

16:00 to 16:50

TECHNICAL WORKSHOPS 1

Workshop D (Video Lounge)

The future for Electric Assist, cargo bike classification, DIN standards and work safety.

Expert talk and discussion. Moderator: Stephan Renner, familienrad.at, Vienna

D1 Annick Roetynck, Manager, Light Electric Vehicle Association in Europe, LEVA-EU

D2 Dr. Eric Gross, Technical University Hamburg, Germany

 

Workshop E (Basement)

Finding the right IT System – what are the priorities and what is nice to have?

Moderator: Ivor Chomacki, 7th Iteration, UK

E1 Jürgen Kurzmann lobo.at,Vienna, Austria

E2 Dimitri Fedortchenko, Move By Bike

 

17:10 to 18:00

TECHNICAL WORKSHOPS 2

Workshop F (Video Lounge) Containerisation & Consolidation

F1 Next step in City Logistics: Open terminals


Johan Erlandsson, Velove Bikes, Gothenburg, Sweden

F2 Model for e cient container sizes in e-cargo cycle depot system


Tom Assmann, Dept for Logistics Systems, Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany

 

Workshop G (Basement)

The future of ECLF – developing national associations

G1 A cyclelogistics accreditati- on scheme for the UKCLF


Ian Brocklebank, Last Mile Leeds, UK

G2 Expanding cyclelogistics through cooperation - the Belgian approach


Sander Vanderberghe, Cargo Vélo, Gent, Belgium

 

Tuesday 21 March 2017

 

09:30 to 11:00

PLENARY SESSION (Main Hall) – “I have a dream”

Panel of 5 experts from a municipality, cycle logistics operator, traditional logistics company, business user and national government/EU outline their dreams for the future of cycle logistics.


Moderator: Chris Cummins

Municipality Liv Jorun Andenes, Agency for City Environment, City of Oslo


CycleLogistics operator Rob King, Outspoken Delivery, UK


Traditional Logistics Company Lars Purkarthofer, Senior Manger Public Affairs, UPS Germany

Business User Rita Huber, Ritabringts, Vienna, Austria

European View Bernhard Ensink, Secretary General, European Cyclists‘ Federation

 

11:30 to 13:00 SESSIONS 3 – STRATEGY

Stream A (Main Hall): Business of CycleLogistics

The future for Cyclelogistics operators?


Moderator: Francisco Luciano, Douze Cycles, France

A10 Expanding cycle logistics by connecting open Smart City Hubs in Europe


Birgit Hendriks, eco2city, The Netherlands

A11 Cycle logistics solutions in the 2017 sustainability study of the German parcel and express association (BIEK)

Ralf Bogdanski, Technische Hoch- schule Nürnberg, Germany

A12 Estimating the current, expected and potential market of cargo bikes in your country: lessons from the Netherlands

Susanne Balm, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam,The Netherlands

 

Stream B (Basement): Municipalities & commercial use of cargo bikes

The future of Cyclelogistics in cities?


Moderator: Ton Daggers IBC, Utrecht, The Netherlands

B12 Public policies to stimulate commercial cargo cycling: best practice and recommendations

Johannes Gruber, DLR Institute of Transport Research, Berlin, Germany

B13 Inner city delivery logistics in Hamburg


Wolfgang Beecken, First Mile, Hamburg, Germany

B14 Integrating alternative vehicles & active mobility in urban logistics - International best practice and how an urban innovation lab tries to implement them in Austria

Martin Posset, Thinkport Vienna - Smart Urban Logistics Lab,
 BOKU University,
Vienna, Austria

 

Stream C (Video Lounge):

Municipalities & the private use of cargo bikes

The Austrian strategy for private use of cargo bikes. Can it be replicated across other European cities? Moderators: Karl Reiter / Susanne Wrighton, FGM-Amor, Graz, Austria

C10 The use of subsidies to stimulate cargo bike usage.

Martin Blum, Mobilitätsagentur Wien, Austria

C11 Vienna approach to cycle logistics


City of Vienna expert
Manuel Pröll, MA18, Vienna, Austria

C12 Austrian approach to supporting cycle logsitics

Martin Eder, Cycling Coordinator, Austrian Federal Ministry of Agri- culture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Vienna, Austria

C13 How to make cargo bikes more accessible for private use?

Andreas Zobl, Das Lastenrad Graz, Austria

 

14:00 to 15:00

CLOSING PLENARY (Main Hall)

Moderator Chris Cummins

Michael Cramer, MEP, Committee on Transport and Tourism of the European Parliament


Andrä Rupprechter, Environment Minister, Austria