With cleantech playing a key role in the building of new transport hubs, stations are amongst the public destinations under pressure to become smarter and more sustainable places for their visitors. At TRANSPORT Smart Class, London & South East England 2020 Pavegen’s Founder and CEO, Laurence Kemball-Cook, explained how clean energy producing pavements and walking surfaces can make footsteps part of the solution. Laurence demonstrated deployments of Pavegen tiles that have triggered behavioural change, increased wellbeing, raised awareness of sustainability issues and boosted community engagement. The tiles also offer a digital benefit through a platform that rewards visitors for their engagement: for example, redeeming points in-store or donating to a local charity to enhance the retail experience. Through revolutionary yet accessible kinetic technology and the simple act of a footstep, train stations, airports, malls, offices, schools, stadia and museums can all capitalise on high footfall, allowing passengers, shoppers, workers, students, spectators and tourists to authentically contribute to a cleaner, greener world.
If you satisfy our regular delegate qualification criteria but were unable to join us for the live event on October 13th, CLICK HERE to complete the short “Download form” and we’ll e-mail you a unique link giving you free of charge access to all the presentation videos, recordings and slides (including a re-recording of Laurence’s innovator presentation).
Those qualifying to receive the rich content from these presentations include: commissioning, procurement, trialling and partnering leads, senior influencers, strategic decision makers and planners from progressive city, borough, metropolitan, district and county councils; municipalities; public and private transport operators/service providers; regional transport partnerships, sub-regional transport bodies, combined authorities, integrated transport authorities and passenger transport executives; government and supporting national transport agencies; fleet operators, vehicle manufacturers, parking operators, prime contractors and other buyer side stakeholders.