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MaaS Market - Concept to Delivery 2018 - London
Tue 20th Feb 2018 to Wed 21st Feb 2018
Inmarsat Conference Centre

Programme

MAAS MARKET LONDON*

DAY 1
10.00 Coffee and registration

10.50
Moderator’s welcome
Nick Higham, Journalist and Broadcaster
 
OPENING KEYNOTES

11.00
Where are we heading and when will we get there?
Païvi Wood, Sustainable & Intelligent Transport, DG MOVE, European Commission
 
11.25
An accelerating revolution and the lessons learned to date

Chris Perry, UK Lead, MaaS Global and Director, Intelligent Mobility Solutions
 
11.50 Questions
 
SESSION 1 - DELIVERING MAAS MARKETS; POTENTIAL, OBSTACLES AND FUTURE VISIONS

12.00
The changing world of mobility
Lars Klawitter, Executive Director, Strategic Business Unit, InMotion Ventures, Jaguar Land Rover
  
12.25
Will the car have a future?
Martyn Briggs, Vice President, Automotive Research, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
 
12.50 Questions

13.00 LUNCH
 
SESSION 2 - TECHNOLOGY AND COMMON STANDARDS: MOBILITY AND PLANNING

13.50
Building a MaaS Financial Engine 
Andy Taylor, Strategy Director, Cubic Transportation Systems.
 
14.15 
Autonomous vehicles and urban mobility: a game changer or an irrelevance?
Sylvain Haon, Director, Combined Mobility, UITP
 
SESSION 3 – PROJECT REPORTS; CONCEPT TO DELIVERY

14.40 Stockholm and Gothenburg: learning from experience
Hans Arby, CEO, Ubigo
 
15.05 Questions

15.15 TEA

15.35
Hamburg’s intelligent mobility plan
Sascha Westermann, Head of the Project Management Office, ITS Projects, City of Hamburg
 
16.00
Developing MaaS solutions for cities – showcase from the Helsinki Metropolitan Area 
Minna Honkanen, Project Manager, Business Development Services, City of Vantaa, Finland
Michael Kieslinger, Managing Partner, Fluidtime Data Services
 
16.30 Questions

16.40 PANEL DISCUSSION: THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENTS AND PUBLIC AUTHORITIES IN DELIVERING A MAAS UNIVERSE

Michael Hurwitz, Director of Transport Innovation, Transport for London
Suzanne Hoadley, Senior Manager, Polis Network
Dr Maria Kamargianni, Lecturer in TranSport and Energy, University College London

Hans Arby, CEO, Ubigo

Andy Taylor, Strategy Director, Cubic Transportation

17.30 NETWORKING DRINKS AND CANAPÉS RECEPTION Systems

 

DAY 2

08.15 Coffee

08.50 
Moderator’s welcome
Nick Higham, Journalist and Broadcaster
 
OPENING KEYNOTE

09.00
Rethinking the politics of transport
Steven Norris, Former UK Transport Minister and President of ITS UK
 
09.25 Questions
 
SESSION 4 - DEMAND RESPONSIVE TRANSPORT: SOLUTIONS, WINNERS AND LOSERS

09.40
First and last mile: the role of car sharing
Torben Andersen, CEO, GreenMobility, Denmark
 
10.05
Deployment of autonomous mobility services: the revolution of the global transportation ecosystem
Raphael Gindrat, CEO and Co-founder, BestMile
 
10.30 Questions

10.45 Coffee
 
SESSION 5 - FINANCE AND REGULATION; OPEN DATA AND FRANCHISE SPECIFICATION

11.15
Horses for courses; managing different business models
George Hazel,  Programme Manager, MaaS Scotland
Beth Cocker, Futurte Mobility Design, Viaqqio

11.50
Developing an open approach to being ready for and delivering MaaS
Giles Bailey, CEO, TravelSpirit
 
12.15
Disruption and opportunity on a grand scale: blockchain and distributed ledger technology
Sir Nic Cary, Director, Waysphere Transport Intelligence
 
12.40 Questions

12.50 Lunch
 
SESSION 6 – PROJECT REPORTS: CONCEPT TO DELIVERY

13.40
Birmingham: leading the way in the UK
Chris Lane, Head of Smart Travel, Transport for West Midlands, UK
 
14.05
Multi-modal connectivity: designing and delivering MaaS trials in Cambridge and Manchester, UK
Nathan Marsh, UK and Northern Europe Director for Intelligent Mobility, Atkins

Kevin Toye, Advanced Solutions Manager, Transport for Greater Manchester

Daniel Clarke, Digital Programme Manager, Smart Cambridgeshire Programme
 
14.30
Developing multi-modal services in Lisbon
Pedro Mourisca, CEO, Via Verde, Portugal

14.55 Questions
 
15.05 PANEL DISCUSSION: WHAT DO WE WANT TO DELIVER, AND HOW DO WE MAKE IT HAPPEN? 

Introduction – Richard Harris, Director Europe, HMI Technologies
Chris Lane, Head of Smart Travel, Transport for West Midlands, UK
Torben Andersen, CEO, Green Mobility, Denmark

Eduardo Costa Ramos, CEO of A-to-Be,
George Hazell, Programme Manager, MaaS Scotland
Anton Fitzhum, Business Development, Fluidtime Data Services

1550 CONFERENCE CLOSE – TEA

*The organisers reserve the right to change the programme at any time