Day 1 - 28 November 2018
Connected Transportation: Chair’s Welcome and Opening Comments
Head of Tech Sourcing
09:20AM - Day 1
Keynote: How Uber is making IoT and connectivity it’s competitive advantage
From self-driving vehicles to connected UberEats tablets, IoT and connectivity can be a source of competitive advantage. Find out how ‘Internet of (moving) Things’ changes the game for transportation.arket.
Keynote Panel: Creating Smart Transport Systems for the Intelligent Consumer
- Sensors are the foundation of every IoT tracking system, but within the transportation sector, are they being used for more than just to monitor accidents, road and weather conditions.
- Exploring the potential of IoT in the transport sector, both in private and public transportation systems, and how it can help cities to address trends such as traffic congestion, environmental awareness and improving quality of life.
- Discovering ways in which smart transportation can add business value and generate additional revenue
- Real life examples from the globes largest train, bus, underground and airline companies.
Is Tolling Next to be Revolutionised by the IoT?
- Building a backbone network for “smart” freeways
- Building a shared-use, secure, and reliable data network for use by intelligent transportation systems (ITS) devices: ramp metering, CCTV cameras, traffic detection, bridge and express lanes tolling, and connected vehicles.
- Leveraging local, regional, and state agency assets to build a metro area network
- Opportunities and challenges working with local agencies to leverage assets (fiber optic cable and conduits, facilities, telecom services, right-of-way): developing MOUs and agreements, establishing service levels and maintenance responsibilities, PPP (public private partnerships) opportunities.
Sanjiv Malhotra Ph.D
Director, Energy Investor Center
U.S. Department of Energy
11:30AM - Day 1
10:10AM - Day 2
Enabling Mobility of the Future with the U.S. Department of Energy
With 17 labs across America focusing on the energy of the future, this talk will focus on the research, development and infrastructure of connected transportation.
An inside look at the Connected Autonomous Shared Electric Vehicles (CASE) programme.
Smart Parking in the Smart City
As cities are becoming more populous, the concern turns to whether current infrastructure is fit for purpose. With smart parking solutions being rolled out, what were parking problems could be turned into new opportunities for Parking Service Providers. This talk will look at how this is affecting not only car-parking, but urban mobility and traffic management solutions.
01:40PM - Day 1
Edge Computing in transportation
This talk will look at how Clearblade is impacting the connected transportation market, specifically focusing on the use of edge computing.
Panel: The Smart Evolution of transportation assets and infrastructure
- How assets are becoming a data-rich nodes, the technology that these implement and the & the insights that they glean
- With increasingly ‘smart’ vehicles, how is the physical infrastructure coping?
- A report by GE has found that the integration of IoT Technology to the transportation industry will save the sector 10% in costs. Can this technology evolution afford to be underestimated?
Connected Aircrafts for the High-Flying Consumer
This presentation will discuss the way in which the Connected Airplane will use IoT data to be better prepared for every situation. It will also review the systems which are helping improve passenger experience, in-flight, flight operations, and aircraft turnaround time to avoid any delays which inconvenience both the airline and the passenger.
Head of Digital Product Management, Content and Design
03:50PM - Day 1
Senior Manager, Industry Consulting & Enablement, IoT Division
03:50PM - Day 1
Head of Artificial Intelligence
03:50PM - Day 1
04:40PM - Day 1
Head of Connected Vehicle Solutions, Global Connected Customer Experience
03:50PM - Day 1
Panel: The Next Generation of Connected Cars and Vehicles
- Exploring the connected vehicle ecosystem in 2018.
- Aims for a seamless customer experience and the obstacles to be overcome to provide this.
- Visions of the more connected future for vehicles and mobility
- Thinking of the car as more than a connected device but a platform for apps and services.
- The role of partnerships within the connected car ecosystem, from start-ups to enterprises.
V2X technology to enable the driverless car
Driverless cars are poised to become one of the most globally transformative pieces of technology of the 21st century, predicted to drop the number of accidents on the road 80% by 2040. This talk will deal with how the use of V2X technology will move the car to the top of the Automated driving levels – a truly driverless car.