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Atlanta Maas Market
Wed 9th May 2018 to Thu 10th May 2018
Loudermilk Center

Programme

DAY 1 – MAY 9*

08.15 Coffee and registration

09.00
Moderator’s welcome
Chris Dorobek, Journalist and Broadcaster
 
Welcome to Atlanta
Chris Tomlinson, Executive Director, Georgia State Road and Tollway Authority  (SRTA)   

OPENING KEYNOTES

09.15
The changing world of mobility and transportation
Robin Chase, Transport entrepreneur and Founder, Zipcar.

09.40
What is MaaS and why do it?
Sampo Hietanen, CEO, MaaS Global     

10.05 Questions

SESSION 1: MAAS POTENTIAL, OBSTACLES AND FUTURE VISIONS

10.15
Transport challenges today and tomorrow
Dr. Kari Watkins, Associate Professor, Georgia Tech

10.40 Coffee break        

11.05 
Ticketing options; building a MaaS financial engine
Anita Draa, Global Product Director, Cubic Transportation Systems
 

SESSION 2: TECHNOLOGY AND COMMON STANDARDS

11.30
MaaS architectures and financial models
Michael Kieslinger, Managing Partner, Fluidtime Data Services

11.50
Trip planning and enabling MaaS projects
Adrian Schönig, Co-founder and CTO, SkedGo

12.10 
Maximising the impact of MaaS through common standards 
Jignesh Patel,  Founding Partner, Lumenor Consulting 

12.30-12.45    Q&A        
            
12.45 - 13.30    Lunch        

 

SESSION 3: PROJECT REPORTS; CONCEPT TO DELIVERY

13.30 
Rethinking transportation and experiences from Manchester and Cambridge, UK
Lee Woodcock, Global Product Director for Intelligent Mobility, Atkins
Jim Hanson, Director of Intelligent Mobility, North America, Atkins

13.55 
Developing MaaS in Helsinki, Finland
Sampo Hietanen, CEO, MaaS Global

14.20
Managing MaaS in your city
Abhay Jain, CEO, ActiveScaler
Amit Dubey, Head of MaaS Business Development, MSD Telematics, 

14.45 Q&A        
            
15.00 Coffee break    
            
 

SESSION 4: POLICY OBJECTIVES AND WINNING SUPPORT
        
15.20
Understanding the new mobility landscape
Adela Spulber, Transportation Systems Analyst, Center for Automotive Research     

15.45
Developing policies for today and tomorrow
Rosa Rountree, CEO, Egis Projects.    

16.10
Levels of MaaS: a US-European comparison
Jack Opiola, Transportation Consultant 

16.35 Q&A        
             
16.45 PANEL DISCUSSION
Chris Tomlinson, Executive Director, SRTA; Faye DiMassimo, General Manager, Renew Atlanta; Tim McGuckin, CEO, A-to-Be USA; Rosa Rountree, CEO, Egis Projects; Crissy Ditmore, North America Board of Directors, TravelSpirit Foundation.
            
17.30 - 19.30     Networking drinks and canapés event        
            

DAY 2 – MAY 10        
            
08.15 Coffee and registration

09.00
Moderator’s welcome back
Chris Dorobek, Journalist and Broadcaster

OPENING KEYNOTE

09.05 
Valuing MaaS for a transportation authority
Jeffrey Parker, General Manager, Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority

 

SESSION 5: SOLVING THE FIRST AND LAST MILE ISSUES        

09.30 
Managing the first and last mile - a transport operator’s view
Amanda Rhein, Senior Director of Transit Oriented Development,
Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority

09.55
The role of ride sharing in on-demand transport
Corey Ershow, Transportation Policy Manager, Lyft

10.20
Smart routing of shared autonomous vehicles
Michael Cottle, Vice President, Bestmile    

10.45    Q&A        
            
11.00    Coffee break        
            
SESSION 6: MANAGING CHANGE: PRACTICAL BUSINESS MODELS        

11.20
Opportunity on a grand scale – blockchain and distributed ledger technology
Wendy Henry, Specialist Leader, Deloitte Consulting
 
11.45
What’s behind the Clipper Card?
Jason Weinstein, Assistant Director, Electronic Payments, Metropolitan Transportation Commission, San Francisco.

12.10
Barriers to MaaS deployment
Jonna Pöllänen, Collaboration Manager, MaaS Global

12.35 Q&A    

12.45 Lunch

SESSION 7: PROJECT REPORTS; CONCEPT TO DELIVERY

13.30
On-demand transport services in Tuscon, Arizona
Dr Vassilis Papayannoulis, VP and Head of Analytics Group, Metropia    

13.55
Building MaaS mode by mode
Sumithra Jagannath President and CEO, Zed Digital 

14.20           
Smart Tolling Proof of Concept – results from a pilot in Spain
Mahrokh Arefi , CEO of emovis US and Dorovan Guin, Director, Customer Engagement Consulting, IBM

14.45           
Mobile ticketing and the first/last mile solution
Douglas Thomas, Vice President - Business Development, Masabi

15.10 Q&A

15.20
PANEL DISCUSSION
Jack Opiola, Transport Consultant; Mary Sallach, Integrated Programme Delivery Director, SRTA; Jason Weinstein, Principal Program Manager, SFMTA; Andy Boenau, Head of Mobility Strategy, The Gotcha Group.
            
16.00 Coffee and close of conference
    
*The organisers reserve the right to change the program at any time