Smart Mobility - Day 1

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Smart Mobility 2019 day 1

DISRUPTIVE MOBILITY 2050

Panel discussion
09:00

Panel Designing transportation of 2050: disruption from the inside

Panel Designing transportation of 2050: disruption from the inside
  • Outlining what transport and infrastructure systems will need to cope with rising demand, nationally and internationally
  • Driving economic growth with advanced groundbreaking transportation infrastructure
  • Adapting to key industry challenges in creating a digital roadmap
  • Pioneering ‘smart’ strategies to disrupt and enhance the industry:
    • adapting to the rate of automation
    • improving efficiency
Sulaiman Abdelrahman Al Hajri
09:30

Transportation 2050: rethinking urban planning for a digital, technological future

  • Harnessing technology to provide safer, reliable and more efficient services: ‘mega-efficiency’ in megacities
  • Managing and implementing advanced digital innovation for an enigmatic future
  • Using technology to optimise public transport routes, reduce vehicle congestion and increase passenger safety
  • Creating an ecosystem of value with adjacent transportation provider partnership
  • Facilitating a ubiquitous global logistics network
Jonathan McKinley Hill
09:50

Smart Cities and the future of mass transit

  • Benefits of the digital economy
  • How transit can help drive the digital economy and how improving the passenger payment experience is key
  • Introduction to Visa’s Mass Transit Transaction (MTT) Model
  • How the MTT model is being deployed worldwide
Jonathan McKinley Hill, Transit Product Development Director, Visa Inc.
Abdulla Belhaif Al Nuaimi
11:00

Ministerial address reserved for H.E. Dr Abdulla Belhaif Al Nuaimi, Minister of Infrastructure Development, Chairman, Federal Transport Authority - Land & Maritime, UAE

11:10

Address reserved for the Ministry of Energy

11:20

Keynote Reserved for Chief Executive Officer, Etihad Rail

11:30

Keynote Bashar Al Malik, Chief Executive Officer, Saudi Railway Company

Laurence Batlle
11:45

Keynote Fit for future urbanisation: intelligent, digitalised and disruptive transportation business models

  • Harnessing disruptive mobility through policy and regulation
  • Defining ‘smart urbanisation’ and integrating intelligent transport and infrastructure
  • Providing economic growth and effective, efficient public services with digital
  • Distributing smart projects and capitalisting on technologyo electric vehicle expansiono advancing automationo human and machine interaction
  • Enabling and experimenting with microtransit strategies: improving first and last mile connections with on-demand, flexible sharing structures
  • Complementing urban livability, sustainability and connectivity with smart mobility and the digitalisation of networks
12:15

Keynote A new era in transport: serving smart, digitalised economies

  • Meeting the new challenges of emdedding urban transport with innovative, competitive technology
  • Establishing network-wide digital integration and leveraging digital processes
  • Adopting smart systems for seamless operations and experiences and applying a multi-disciplinary service models
  • Equipping existing infrastructure, systems and assets with digitalised characteristics, tools and capabilities
  • Adapting business models to embrace new and advancing technologies
  • Investing in long term growth: discussing how smart, digitalised transport impacts economic and urban development

AUTONOMOUS TRAVEL

URBAN PLANNING

Middle East Smart Mobility
13:50

Panel The intelligent transport system: integration and transformation

  • Envisioning future mobility: seizing the opportunities coming with the new mobility wave
  • Ensuring efficient, sustainable transportation for customers
  • Incorporating self-driven units
  • Balancing benefits: greater value for money vs coming at human cost
  • Supporting new applications and business models for manufacturing
Jérôme Rigaud, Chief Operating Officer, Navya Tech
Gilbert Gagnaire, Founder And Chief Executive Officer, Easymile
Middle East Smart Mobility II
13:50

Panel: Optimising urban planning with digital intelligence

  • Increasing capacity using existing infrastructure
  • Assessing challenges in urban accessibility
  • Integrating cross-industry, multimodal hubs
  • Reviewing the post-deployment benefits to cities, populations and transport
Middle East Smart Mobility
14:20

Panel Approaching autonomy: driving driverless

  • Embracing autonomous, driverless vehicles
  • Noting the potential cross industry challenges: cost, safety and trust
  • Preparing existing systems to coordinate requirements
  • Commissioning the complementing technology
  • Coping with already crowded infrastructure and systems
  • Prophesising societal implications
Middle East Smart Mobility II
14:20

Evaluating transit orientated development (TOD): the new urbanism norm

  • Looking to the trends driving trends towards TODs
  • Noting the components of transit orientated development
  • Creating collaborative economies and revitalising urban areas: the role transport plays
  • Assessing the benefits of TODs on the economy, environment and lifestyles
  • Reviewing the opportunities for transport operators
Middle East Smart Mobility
14:40

Improving vehicle efficiency, connectivity and versatility

Middle East Smart Mobility II
14:40

Supporting contemporary norms in social infrastructure

  • Adapting networks and infrastructure to shifting social paradigms
  • Evaluating socio-economic fabrics, developments and trends and impact on digital transportation demands
  • Predicting the impact of major capital infrastructure investment on urban planning and communities
Middle East Smart Mobility
15:00

Does on-demand mobility complement or substitute public transit?

  • Addressing the unprecedented transformation in the transportation industry
  • Investigating the technologies driving the future of mobility
  • Re-imagining transportation methods
Ahmed Hafez, Regional Director, Via
Middle East Smart Mobility II
15:00

Incorporating sustainable logistics into future strategies

  • Reasons to act on sustainable logistics
  • Improving efficiency: big data and big numbers
  • Overcoming challenges associated with choosing and implementing alternative technologies
  • Understanding what the customer actually wants
  • All wrapped up in transparency

SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY

PAYMENTS & TICKETING

Middle East Smart Mobility
15:20

Panel: Presenting a new city dynamism: the circular economy and hyper collaboration

  • Combining shared mobility, autonomy, and electrification for optimal sustainable mobility
  • Promoting the use of public and shared transport systems and networks: easy and incentivised
  • Reviewing the circular economy
  • Exploring digital enablers for sustainable mobility
    • electrification
    • apps
    • MaaS
Middle East Smart Mobility II
15:20

Panel Reaching ticketless, cloud-based travel

  • Moving away from traditional ticketing norms and facilitating the future of smart ticketing
  • Integrating mobility payments and unlocking the revenue potential
  • Implementing digital standards to enable multimodal ticketed journeys
  • Which smart ticketing technology offers the best revenue protection?
Jonathan McKinley Hill, Transit Product Development Director, Visa Inc.
Middle East Smart Mobility
15:50

Investing in alternative energy sources

  • Diversifying from diesel with alternative fuel sources
  • Developing zero emission with electrified routes
  • Looking to liquid and natural gas and hydrogen fuel cells for power
  • Low carbon, sustainable materials for manufacturing
  • Examining battery powered and electric motor capabilities
Middle East Smart Mobility II
15:50

Dynamic pricing and advanced ticketing structures: the digital fare

  • Adjusting fares in real time to reflect actual capacity, demand and ability to pay
  • Applying the capabilities of machine learning to business structures dynamic pricing for individual passenger preferences
  • Harnessing real-time data, sophisticated computing power and algorithms for fare calibration
  • Applying the digital infrastructure for movable, mobile, digital fares
Middle East Smart Mobility
16:00

Investing in alternative energy sources

  • Diversifying from diesel with alternative fuel sources
  • Developing zero emission with electrified routes
  • Looking to liquid and natural gas and hydrogen fuel cells for power
  • Low carbon, sustainable materials for manufacturing
  • Examining battery powered and electric motor capabilities
Middle East Smart Mobility
16:10

Achieving sustainable development to create low carbon economy

  • Investigating the green mobility and electrification of vehicles initiatives in Dubai
  • Developing future conditions for electric vehicles through adhering to necessary policy and infrastructure changes
  • Exploring potential strategies and roadmaps required to support transport growth by 2030
Middle East Smart Mobility II
16:10

Integrating ticketing tech: increasing ease, access and revenue

  • Noting how next generation communication and seamless ticketing technology can contribute to overall revenue
  • Integrating loyalty programmes into mobile payments and ticketing platforms
  • Evaluating the role of payment and ticketing systems in digital traveller habits
  • Overcoming challenges in mobile responsive design, engagement and use
last published: 30/Jan/19 07:35 GMT

 

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