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KapschTechTalk, the new podcast hosted by Kapsch TrafficCom featuring discussions on technology and innovation.

Kapsch TrafficCom CTO Alfredo Escribá and a number of thought leaders regularly discuss mobility-related topics, such as congestion, transport demand and emission reduction with a variety of guest speakers.

Episode #7 – Connected Mobility with Jiaqi Ma

In the newest episode Alfredo Escribá and guest Jiaqi Ma, Associate Professor at the Samueli School of Engineering as well as Director at the UCLA Mobility Lab discuss connected mobility project deployments, automated cars and the future of driving.

Listen to our previous episodes on Connected Vehicles, Transport Demand and Urban Mobility:

Episode #6 – Pilot Projects in Norway with Paal Wangsness

Alfredo Escribá and his guest Paal Wangsness, Senior Research Economist at the Institute of Transport Economics (TØI) in Norway, talk about road user charging and pilot projects already implemented in Norway.

Episode #5 – Road User Charging with Barbara Rohde

Alfredo Escribá and this episode's guest Barbara Rohde, Executive Director of Mileage-Based User Fee Alliance discuss the adoption of Road User Charging and the differences between the US and Europe.

Episode #4 – Connected Mobility with Nick Hegemier

Steve Sprouffske, Vice President Connected Vehicle Services at Kapsch TrafficCom and guest Nick Hegemier, Managing Director of Infrastructure, DriveOhio talk about Connected Vehicles, the vision of next-generation transportation and more.

Episode #3 – Urban Mobility with Philipp Rode

In our 3rd podcast CTO, Alfredo Escribá discusses questions on urban mobility with Philipp Rode, Executive Director of LSE Cities at the London School of Economics.

Episode #2 - Transport Demand with Meike Jipp

Alfredo Escribá discusses questions on transport demand with Meike Jipp, psychologist and Director of Institute of Transport Research at DLR in Berlin.

Episode #1 – Congestion with Mark Watts

 Alfredo Escribá had the pleasure to discuss the issue of congestion and its ecological footprint with former Member of the European Parliament and transport analyst Mark Watts.

"I think that road user charging it's something that that is unstoppable. At the end of the day not only because of the taxes issues - how to fund the road infrastructure, but also because of the potential that it has."

Alfredo Escriba, Chief Technical Officer, Kapsch TrafficCom
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