July 18, 2024

EDC hosted World’s First Mobility Education Summit concludes on a high note

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Panel Discussion on the Day 2 of the Mobility Education Summit

Industry sources affirmed that the World’s first Mobility Education Summit concluded in Abu Dhabi on a very high note. Hosted and organized by Emirates Driving Company (EDC), the event saw leading local and global authorities converge to discuss the technological advances in the field of mobility, road safety education, sustainable mobility solutions, and automation among several other pertinent topics concerning driving education and mobility.

Discussion on Future of Mobility at the Mobility Education Summit Abu Dhabi

Industry sources also affirmed that the just concluded conference, spoke about the WHO statistics, it emphasized that every year the lives of approximately 1.3 million people are cut short as a result of a road traffic crash. The United Nations General Assembly has set an ambitious target of halving the global number of deaths and injuries from road traffic crashes by 2030.

To this effect, the emirate of Abu Dhabi also has a vision zero strategy where it aspires to completely eliminate road fatalities by the year 2040. Information, education, and awareness drives play a significant role in achieving the zero fatality goal therefore Abu Dhabi has been conducting several awareness campaigns on how to ride bicycles and e-scooters safely while holding special training and workshop sessions for motorcyclists and other specific target groups including the school bus drivers.

Hailing the role of AI in mobility, the experts at the conference agreed that AI in mobility, and machine learning will not be optional; it will be the technological foundation and the source of significant competitive advantage for decades to come. Moreover, AI may completely replace the drivers on the road, and this will eliminate human factors, and road safety will be at the highest possible level reducing the number of road accidents.

Mr. Khalid Al Shemeili, CEO of Emirates Driving Company

Celebrating the success of the first summit, Mr. Khalid Al Shemeili, CEO of Emirates Driving Company stated: “Every minute of the ‘EDC – Mobility Education Summit 2022’ was filled with great ideas, inspiring speakers and priceless learning opportunities. We have already received great feedback from many attendees, and I’m so proud of my team for making it such a huge success. I also want to thank our partners from the European Driving Schools Association, Abu Dhabi Police and the Integrated Transport Centre for making this important event possible and contributing their invaluable expertise.”

Adding further he stated, “We believe that events like this are vital for the development of driver education, and that all of us across the globe have a shared responsibility to make our roads safer for future generations. It was amazing to see pioneers from the industry brought together under the same aim, and all of us departed the summit feeling inspired and uplifted. We can’t wait to welcome everyone back again to our next summit.”

Abu Dhabi police presenting at the Mobility Education Summit 2022

Held from 14-16 November 2022 and presented in collaboration with Abu Dhabi Police, the Integrated Transport Centre – Abu Dhabi and the EFA – European Driving Schools Association, the conference at ADNEC, Abu Dhabi, was the first mobility education gathering in history to welcome driving schools from across the world.

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