Future Mobility Seminar Co-organized by JCC, DUJAT, Louwman Group, Louwman & Parqui, Jones Day

Future Mobility Seminar

Mobility goes beyond cars. Freedom of mobility is important, whether you are 1 or 100, regardless of age or ability. Eric Louwman and Jan-Chris Koenders will share the vision of Louwman Group and Toyota/Lexus on their pursuit for “Mobility for All”. In order to create a more sustainable society for the future, Prof. Ad van Wijk will give a lecture on his knowledge and vision on the Green Hydrogen Economy. Furthermore, Paul Rafferty, US partner at the international law firm Jones Day, will give us more inside information on the compelling discussion of the challenges business will face once artificial intelligence finds its way into cars.

• Date:November 14, 2018  (14.35 – 16.40 (registration from 14.00 – , Networking until 18.00))
• Venue:Louwman Museum (Leidsestraatweg 57, 2594 BB Den Haag)
• Come by Public transport :From Den Haag Centraal : Take a bus number 385 or 386. Get off at bus stop “Louwman Museum” two minutes walk to the museum from bus stop.
• Underground Parking Garage is available  (free of charge)
• This event will be in English
• Admission: free of charge
• Application deadline: November 5


Speech by DUJAT  Mr. Jan Mantel (Chairman)

Speech  by JCC Mr. Yoshinobu Satomi (Vice Chairman)

Speech by Louwman Group and Louwman&Parqui  Mr. Eric Louwman (President)

Green Hydrogen Economy
Prof. Ad van Wijk – Professor at Future Energy Systems
Electricity from solar and wind is very cheap at places with good solar or wind resources, normally in desert areas (solar) or offshore (wind). To transport this cheap electricity, conversion to hydrogen is necessary to transport it easily per ship or pipeline. Storing hydrogen in large quantities is possible similar to natural gas storage, for example in salt caverns. This green hydrogen can be used in industry as feedstock and steam production, in transport for use in cars, busses, trains, trucks, ships, for electricity balancing and very heating buildings and houses. The Green Hydrogen Economy!

What Will It Mean to Business When Artificial Intelligence finds its way into Cars?
Mr. Paul Rafferty – Partner Jones Day
Join Jones Day in a compelling discussion of the challenges business will face once artificial intelligence takes over the driving of fully autonomous vehicles. How will that artificial intelligence be created? Who will control how it is programmed and “thinks”? What are the ethical and legal issues associated with these programming decisions, and how will business use these decisions productively in the marketplace? When accidents happen, how will businesses involved in product development manage these occurrences, and what might they do beforehand, contractually or otherwise, to manage this risk? Should product development focus on the laws of a country or continent, or is a global approach to product development best?

Wrap-up & Closure
Mr. Jan-Chris Koenders – Managing Director Louwman & Parqui

Kanpai with Ambassador H.E. Mr. Inomata

Networking & Drinks
Opportunity to visit the ground floor of the museum