TICKETING & MAAS STREAM

 
 

Discover the Ticketing & MaaS Stream of Rail Live! 2019

 

Ticketing & MaaS, Tuesday 5 March 2019

12:30

Welcoming Lunch

FUTURE TICKETING OPPORTUNITIES

Sherisse Shelton-Smith
Ticketing & MaaS
14:00

Implementing integrated ticketing systems on a regional scale

  • Evaluate the business case for updating ticket offerings to an integrated system
  • Overcoming the challenges of legacy technology when implementing multimodal tickets
  • Predicting how these technologies will further evolve in the future
Ticketing & MaaS
14:45

PANEL: What are the impacts of innovative ticketing technologies on transport and infrastructure?

  • Discuss the relevance and longevity of the smart card
  • How will the implementation of futuristic NFC, beacons, biometrics and implants affect operations and Overall strategy?
  • What are the possibilities for using blockchain in ticketing for rail?
15:20

Afternoon networking break

URBAN & REGIONAL MOBILITY

Corey Ershow
Ticketing & MaaS
16:00

The creation of seamless, journeys: from idea to reality

  • Learn how cities and operators are collaborating to develop new mobility options in existing transport ecosystems
  • Compare operational requirements of rural and urban areas and the effect of population densities
  • Freeing up curb-space and the effects of enhanced multimodality
round tables
Ticketing & MaaS
16:30

Roundtable Discussions

With rising passenger expectations and rapidly-changing technology, how can we as an industry evolve to meet these challenges? Our roundtables are hosted by senior level topic specialists. Participants are asked to introduce themselves to the table, and then as a group, they brainstorm and produce their suggestions on what technology would work best for them.
How can automation and digitalisation unburden the infrastructural outlook of mass transit systems?
Andrea Bruschi

Andrea Bruschi, Transportation and Mobility Planner, Metropolitana Milanese SpA

How can rail innovate, collaborate and remain relevant as huge mobility changes continue to impact the transport industry?
Kristian Kolind

Kristian Kolind, Director, Mobility services & business development, NSB

Why accessible data is crucial to MaaS: how can operators and legislators collaborate to create open transport ecosystems?
Kirsi Miettinen

Kirsi Miettinen, Senior Adviser for Legislative Affairs, Data Department, Finnish Ministry of Transport and Communication

last published: 07/Nov/18 21:35
 

Ticketing & MaaS, Wednesday 6 March 2019

08:00

Registration

Rail 5.0 and Digital Mobility

 Oh Young-Sik
09:05

Keynote Interview: Oh Young-sik, CEO and President, KORAIL

Mr Oh Young-sik will sit down to discuss the future of rail technology in the world’s most digitally connected country. As CEO of a company that oversees one of the outstanding high-speed rail networks in the world alongside a metro system in Seoul that is responsible for over 1 billion journeys per year, Young-sik will share KORAIL’s strategy for future growth and their drive for deeper digitalisation.
Brian Kelly
09:20

Keynote Interview: Brian Kelly, CEO, California High Speed Railway Authority

The California High Speed Rail Authority have started construction of one of the world’s largest high-speed rail programs. The landmark US high-speed project represents a watershed moment for the US market as high-speed rail continues to grow. CEO Brian Kelly will sit down to discuss the key technologies CHSRA are looking at using to bring about momentous change in West Coast pubic transport and beyond.
Nicholas Owen
09:35

Keynote Digital Rail Panel: How can the rail industry adapt to the rapid changes that come with digital technology and embrace the digital revolution?

  • With the rise of IoT, sensors and automation, what are the priorities of the future of public transport?
  • What is the role of public transport operators in the future of door to door travel?
  • How can we use Artificial Intelligence in a sustainable way to ensure reliability and cost-effective maintenance?
  • Where will the next generation of disruptors in the transport industry come from and how can we prepare our organisations?
10:20

Exhibition Opening Ceremony

10:25

Networking refreshment break

11:20

Technology and Strategy Roundtables

With rising passenger expectations and rapidly-changing technology, how can we as an industry evolve to meet these challenges?Our round tables are hosted by senior level topic specialists.Participants are asked to introduce themselves to the table, and then as a group, they brainstorm and produce their suggestions on what technology would work best for them.After 30 minutes, there is one rotation, so participants can join two tables during the session.
13:30

Networking Lunch and Exhibition viewing

16:20

Afternoon networking break and exhibition viewing

Julio Gómez-Pomar
17:00

How can we invest in billion-euro projects and be sure that they will ready for future passenger demands?

  • Where are the key touch points for operators and infrastructure managers when looking to future proof megaprojects
  • What are thetechnologies we should be looking into regarding innovation in mobility?
  • What are the benefits of open data and what role can it play in these projects?
  • How can we be sure to integrate this innovation across our entire system and company?
  • How can we regulate and invest intechnologies for a smooth introduction of disruptors?
18:00

End of Day

Please join us for an evening drinks reception at the iconic San Mamés Stadium – the home of Athletic Bilbao FC
last published: 07/Nov/18 21:35
 

Ticketing & MaaS, Thursday 7 March 2019

08:00

Registration

Keynote Sessions

09:05

Mobility and Infrastructure Keynotes

09.05 In the face of radical and disruptive technology evolution, how can we ensure that our businesses are securely equipped for the future passenger?Automation, IoT, AI, blockchain the reality of innovation at the heart of global railway infrastructure companiesHow can we use cutting edge technology such as blockchain, AI and chatbots to facilitate operations and maintenance in a traditional industry like rail?
  • How can we create infrastructure that is flexible enough to adapt to the capacity demands of tomorrow?
  • What areas of innovation should we explore in order to develop the major projects of the future?
Keynote Panel: How can we guarantee that mobility will remain sustainable and a seamless passenger experience is not jeopardised with the introduction of disruptors?
  • How can we create digital platforms that are agile enough to adapt to the rapidly changing demands of passengers?
  • What steps should we take to ensure open data can be advantageous in the face of cybersecurity and GDPR challenges?
  • Where should operators be focussing to maximise the efficiencies available with future technology?
10:20

Networking refreshment break in the exhibition hall

11:20

Global Project Roundtables

With the ever increasing need for new transport infrastructure and smart technology, how are organisations around the world rising to meet this demand?Our roundtables are hosted by senior level projects specialists from across the world.Participants are asked to introduce themselves to the table, and then as a group, they brainstorm and produce their suggestions on what technology would work best for them.After 30 minutes, there is one rotation, so participants can join two tables during the session.
13:25

Networking lunch in the exhibition hall

16:00

Close of Conference – See you next year!

17:15

Welcoming drinks in Torre BEC

last published: 07/Nov/18 21:35