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11:20 - 11:30 10 mins
Keynotes
Chairperson's Opening Remarks
11:30 - 11:50 20 mins
Keynotes
Sponsor
11:50 - 12:10 20 mins
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Keynotes
Maturing Mobility as a Service
  • Simon Broesamle - Chief Customer Officer, ReachNow
  • Mars Pallas Poy - VP Europe Market Development, Scoot
  • Rafael Cuesta - Head of Innovation, Transport for Greater Manchester

Mobility as a Service is still in its infancy. Globally, new modes and players enter and exit the market leaving it in a constant state of flux.

  • Gain a critical overview of market development to optimise your value position
  • Get to grips with the new launches across the global, their successes and failures
  • Identify an archetype: examine the commonalities across regions that see new modes of transport succeed
  • Analyse why some modes are failing where they have succeeded before
  • Evaluate first and last miles solutions and the potential for MaaS beyond urban border
12:10 - 12:30 20 mins
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Keynotes
Getting from A to B: MaaS Platform Opportunities
  • Put the customer in control with information at their finger tips
  • Examine how technology is harnessing data to create personalised itineraries and messages
  • Support charging options through one platform
  • Improve user experience: exploring how transport digitalisation complements existing solutions and improves service delivery and efficiency
12:30 - 13:00 30 mins
Keynotes
Keynote Address
  • Andy Grau - Project Lead for Innovation Management, Porche
  • Risto Vahtra - CEO, High Mobility
13:00 - 14:00 60 mins
Keynotes
Networking Lunch
14:00 - 14:10 10 mins
Shared Mobility & Transportation
Chair's Opening Remarks
14:00 - 14:10 10 mins
ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles
Chair's Opening Remarks
14:10 - 14:30 20 mins
Info
Shared Mobility & Transportation
Defining charging models that meet the increasing demands in transportation networks
  • Harness technology to improve the efficiency of transport networks and join the dots for seamless integrated transport services
  • Examine tools available to support and deliver MaaS
  • Explore alternative charging options – subscription, account and pay as you go options
14:10 - 14:30 20 mins
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ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles
Perception is Everything
  • Explore new developments in camera, radar and lidar based sensor systems
  • Consider the importance in cabin sensing solutions
  • Understand how  sensor data creates dynamic and static objects to improve safety and deep learning


 

14:30 - 14:50 20 mins
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Shared Mobility & Transportation
MaaS - User case study
  • Assess the barriers to providing a fully comprehensive, integrated mobility network
  • Explore the different payment models and their merits
  • Overcome challenges to creating an on demand and real time platform
  • Negotiate risk and liability when sharing processes with partners
  • Key lessons and scalability
14:30 - 14:50 20 mins
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ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles
Navigating the Critical Path to a New Reality and Commercial Success

Tech is no longer the stumbling block for delivering autonomous cars. Assess what milestones need to be in place to make CAVs and smart transportation a reality.

  • Evaluate industry progress and readiness to market: when should level 3 / 4 operate on the road?
  • Identify where autonomous vehicle can complement, rather than compete with, the transportation system
  • Understand the application, tech and architectures challenges that still need to be overcome to accelerate adoption of new modes of transport
  • Work with governments and councils to prepare the physical realm for the introduction of CAV
  • Create a transition plan and identify the blockers to progress: what needs to be done as a business and an industry to move to level  5 CAVs?
  • Develop the after market: how can legacy vehicles continue to play a role
14:50 - 15:10 20 mins
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Shared Mobility & Transportation
Developing your asset tracking strategy for Smart City Transformation
  • An overview of tracking technology: GPS, radio transmission and beacons
  • Combine IoT, RFID and GPS technology to provide real time data
  • Increase efficiency by simplifying data and reducing operations expenditure
  • Remove risk through automation
14:50 - 15:10 20 mins
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ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles
Evolving HMI
  • Understand the latest developments in technology and software for autonomous cars
  • Explore the conversation: the new relationship between humans and machines
  • Apply User Experience principles to identify opportunities for improved interaction
15:10 - 15:40 30 mins
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Shared Mobility & Transportation
Designing On Demand, Flexible Mobility Services
  • George Economides MCIHT - Team Leader for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Oxfordshire County Council
  • Ivo Cre - Director of Policy and Projects, Polis

Smart transportation requires a platform to support multiple modes of transport, navigate the optimal route from a to be and places choice in the hands of the consumer.

  • Agree and analyse the data needed across multiple partners to build the network and platform
  • Explore the different business models to support mobility services
  • Enable equity and social benefit through service planning and delivery
  • Assess optimal technological solutions to support an integrated charging platform
  • Market evolution: discuss whether smart mobility platforms should follow the digital travel model of multiple platforms targeting specific user groups
15:10 - 15:40 30 mins
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ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles
Winning Hearts and Minds

CAV deployment plays a critical role in the delivery of smart transportation and mobility but a lack of public trust remains one of the biggest obstacles for the industry to move forward.

  • Understand the role CAVs will play for passengers in the future, from increasing productivity, entertainment options to luxury services, the vehicle will no longer just get you from A to B
  • Bridge the human machine interface through user case examples and pilots
  • Turn the tide on negative public perception: Create an industry movement to drive acceptance by promoting safety first and the social and environmental benefits
15:40 - 16:10 30 mins
Shared Mobility & Transportation
Networking Coffee Break
15:40 - 16:10 30 mins
ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles
Networking Coffee Break
16:10 - 16:30 20 mins
Shared Mobility & Transportation
Preparing London for Autonomous Taxis - case study
16:10 - 16:30 20 mins
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ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles
The New UX

CAVs turn the traditional automotive model on its head and present a new relationship with the customer.

  • Understand what the customer is looking for in design and physical environment and how passengers want to interact with autonomous vehicles
  • Analyse consumer insight on experience and expectations of the new customer journey
  • Explore the opportunities for infotainment, powered by 5G, and how it can become a lucrative business asset
  • Deep dive into technologies strengthening the human machine interface and experience through technology, from voice enabled tech to VR
16:30 - 16:50 20 mins
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Shared Mobility & Transportation
Improving Freight Management through Smart Transportation
  • Create seamless trans-shipment and smart route design
  • Unlock the power of data to improve optimisation and efficiency

Develop sustainable logistics

16:30 - 16:50 20 mins
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ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles
Accelerating the Development Process for ADAS Applications
  • An overview of the ADAS technology market
  • Differentiate through ADAS: developing new capabilities for rapid introduction
  • Adapt development systems to support innovation
16:50 - 17:20 30 mins
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Shared Mobility & Transportation
Agile Business Models: Moving to Service Provision
  • David Wong - Technology and Innovation Manager, SMMT

The emergence of CAV will detonate the traditional business model

for OEMs – but with disruption comes opportunity! The underlying questions remain – what is the product and how do you make money?

  • Ensure flexibility in business models to navigate a highly competitive and changing market
  • Make the move to service provision. Evaluate opportunities to create on demand and subscription services
  • Diversify your business model by fuelling the appetite for infotainment
  • Debate the future of vehicle purchasing
16:50 - 17:20 30 mins
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ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles
Rewriting the Rules of Automotive Design
  • Cyriel Daniels - Deputy Director, Royal College of Arts Intelligent Mobility Design Centre
  • John Routledge - Innovation Design Researcher, Jaguar Land Rover

Traditional car design means styling cars from the outside in. Autonomous cars reimagine the design of the vehicle for both form and function, but ultimately must meet customer expectations.

  • Create a customer centric environment: From reclining beds to a drinks service, how can design support the new role for automotive?
  • Explore the human factors that influence the interior environment
  • Evolution of cockpit technology: how are designers supporting passenger safety assurance through design
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