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Side Events

Participants of the Side Events must be registered for the ITS World Congress 2019 as a delegate (full congress or one day pass for the given day), speaker, moderator, student or media personnel. If you are registered an exhibition visitor, accompanying person, exhibition stand personnel or demonstrator, you will not be able to access the session rooms.

The 54th ISO/TC 204 Plenary and Working Group Meetings (by invitation only)
The 54th ISO/TC 204 Plenary and Working Group Meetings (by invitation only)

Organised by: ISO/TC 204 Intelligent Transport Systems
Date: 14 – 18 October 2019
Time: 09:00 – 18:00 on all days
Contact Person: Adrian Guan, Committee Manager of ISO/TC 204 ([email protected], +1.202.721.4236)

ISO/TC 204 Intelligent Transport Systems is the technical committee for ITS standardization within the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). It has been leading the ITS standardization globally for over two decades since its inception, and three are currently twelve active working groups. The committee holds two plenaries annually, and the next 54th ISO/TC 204 Plenary and Working Group Meetings will be held in Singapore, 14-18 October 2019. Plenary, working group meetings, and technical workshops will be organized through the week. All meetings are open to ISO/TC 204 members and invited guests only. National delegates and participants are required to complete their registration through their national standards bodies by 27 September 2019.

AE 01: AASHTO International Day (Open to all registered participants of the ITS World Congress 2019)
AE 01: AASHTO International Day (Open to all registered participants of the ITS World Congress 2019)

Organised by: American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials in Partnership with the US Department of Transportation
Date: Monday, 21 October 2019
Time: 08:00 – 12:00
Venue: Room 325, Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre
Contacts: Mr Venkat Nallamothu ([email protected]), Mr Tom Kern ([email protected])

Now in its 16th year as an integral part of the ITS World Congress, AASHTO International Day is presented by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials in partnership with the US Department of Transportation. It brings together transportation officials from around the world to take on topics of consequence addressing the transportation challenges and opportunities facing public agencies.

The 16th Annual AASHTO International Day (AID) will focus on the 2019 ITSWC theme “Smart Mobility, Empowering Cities” and the latest ITS solutions and mobility technologies from around the world. Topics will include:

  • MaaS, MoD, Ride Share, Livability and Active Transportations
  • AV and CV – Policy, Legislative and Regulatory
  • Digital Infrastructure – telecommunications – 5.9 GHZ and 5G
  • Digital Infrastructure – Big Data and Infrastructure Readiness for CAV
  • Cyber Security

Presentations will be offered by policy experts and practitioners representing each of the three ITS regions (ITS America, ITS Europe (ERTICO), and ITS Asia Pacific) and from Singapore, the host of this year’s World Congress.

All who are participating in the ITS World Congress are welcome to attend this event! For more information, please contact Venkat Nallamothu ([email protected]) or Tom Kern ([email protected]).

AE 02: C-Level Forum on Mobility Solutions for Smart Cities
AE 02: C-Level Forum on Mobility Solutions for Smart Cities

Date: Monday, 21 October 2019
Time: 13:30 – 15:30
Venue: Nicoll 3, Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre
Contact Person: Sha Idris ([email protected])

In line with the Congress theme “Smart Mobility, Empowering Cities”, this high-level session provides a platform for companies to share solutions that can enable cities to improve the well-being of residents living or working there. Smart transportation solutions are key to making cities function effectively, but these solutions have to be tailored to the unique transport needs of individual cities. The panel of speakers at this session will share their views on what smart mobility means to them and share possible solutions to make this possible.

An AI-based ITS concept for Smart Cities
Speaker:
Men Leong Chew, Chief Marketing Officer, ST Engineering

Digital Transport for the Future of City Mobility
Speaker:
Didier Le Guirriec, Head of Vertical Transport Group, Sopra Steria Asia Pte Ltd

Envisioning the Future of Transport with Disruptive Technologies
Speaker:
Howie Sim, Head, Transport & Healthcare, NCS

Digital Technologies Empowering Data-Driven Decisions
Speaker:
Kevin Chow, CEO, Thales

Mitsubishi’s ITS Achievements and Future Prospects in Singapore
Speaker:
Jay H. Wadhwani, Chief Operating Officer, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.

Driving Smart Cities through Infrastructure and Smart Mobility Solutions
Speaker:
Stanimira Koleva, Senior Vice President and General Manager, APAC – HERE Technologies

Enabling Smart Infrastructure – For Safe Human and Automated Driving Systems on Roadway Navigation
Speaker:
Daniel T. Chen (Dan), Vice President and General Manager Transportation Safety Division, 3M Connected Roads, 3M Company

Enhance Convenience, Efficiency and Safety for Smart Cities
Speaker:
Werner Koestlerm, Senior Vice President, Member of the Interior Board, and Head of Strategy for Interior Strategy, Continental (Quantum Inventions)

Event Mesh – A Foundational Layer for Smart Transport and Smart Cities
Speaker:
Sumeet Puri, Senior Vice President, Global Head of Systems Engineering, Solace Corporation

AE 03: Global Forum on MaaS (Open to all registered participants of the ITS World Congress 2019)
AE 03: Global Forum on MaaS (Open to all registered participants of the ITS World Congress 2019)

Organised by: Land Transport Authority, Singapore
Co-organised by: ITS America, ERTICO – ITS Europe and ITS Australia
Date: Tuesday, 22 October 2019
Time: 14:00 – 17:30
Venue: Nicoll 1, Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre (Seats are limited and on a first-come, first-served basis)
Contact Person: Ong Weisen ([email protected])

The Global Forum on MaaS is part of the ITS World Congress 2019 which will be held in Singapore. It explores how MaaS can enable greater and more efficient use of public and shared transport in cities with dense public transport landscapes. In this context, this forum intends to delve into three aspects of doing so, from strategy to implementation. These are, namely, the viability of MaaS business models and their potential for integration within and across various sectors; the ways in which MaaS can operate and integrate and the challenges that will be faced in such cities; and the technological challenges and solutions in the implementation of MaaS in these cities. This discussion thus aims to unearth potential benefits and hurdles with regard to whether MaaS products will be transformative additions to the overall transport offerings in such cities.

14:00 – 15:00
Business Model of MaaS

Moderator: Chris Bennetts – Executive Director, Transport for NSW
Speakers:
Andy Taylor – Director of Strategy, Cubic Transportation Systems
Colin Lim – CEO, MobilityX
Victoria Markewitz – Business Development Principal, Via Transportation

15:00 – 15:30 Tea Break

15:30 – 16:30
Operation and Integration of MaaS

Moderator: Hans Arby – CEO and Founder, UbiGo Innovation
Speakers:
Sampo Hietanen – CEO and Founder, MaaS Global
Ishra Baksh – Executive Director, MaaS Program Management Office, Department of Transport and Main Roads
Roger Millar – Secretary of Transport, Washington State Dept of Transport

16:30 – 17:30
Technology for MaaS

Moderator: Dr Brian Huang – COO, SkedGo
Speakers:
Seleta Reynolds – General Manager, Los Angeles Dept of Transportation
Chris Murray – President and CEO, Kapsch TrafficCom North America
David Laine – MaaS Director, Transdev Group

17:30 – 18:00
Global Trends in MaaS

Moderator: Susan Harris, CEO, ITS Australia
Speakers:
Shailen Bhatt – President & CEO, ITS America
Hajime Amano – President of ITS Japan, Secretary General of ITS Asia-Pacific
Jacob Bangsgaard – CEO of ERTICO – ITS Europe, President of the MaaS Alliance

*Tentative programme, updated as of 14 Oct 2019.

AE 04: Cyber-security Workshop
AE 04: Cyber-security Workshop

Organised by: ITS Australia and ITS New Zealand
Date: Tuesday, 22 October 2019
Time: 14:00 – 15:30 (Workshop I); 16:00 – 17:30 (Workshop II)
Venue: Room 326, Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre
Contact Person: Dean Zabrieszach ([email protected])

Cyber-security is the state or process of protecting and recovering networks, devices, and programs from any type of cyber-attack. Cyber-attacks are an evolving danger to organizations, employees, consumers AND the safe operation of CAV vehicles. They may be designed to access or destroy critical data and communications to prevent CAVs from operating safely.

In these two workshops, experts from around the world will focus on the issue of cyber-security on the development of CAV vehicles and how cyber-security attacks can be prevented by the use of smart technology.

Workshop 1

Moderator: Steve Dellenback – Southwest Research Institute (SwRI), USA
Introduction: The Hon. Jaala Pulford, Minister for Roads, Minister for Road Safety and the TAC – Victorian State Government Minister, Australia
Speakers:
Ziv Levi, CEO Arilou (Israel)
Angelos Amditis, Research Director I-Sense (Greece)
Doug Couto, Senior Fellow, Centre for Digital Government e.Republic (USA)
Andrew Gurr, Managing Director Fusion Networks (New Zealand)

Workshop 2

Moderator: Eric Sampson – Newcastle University (UK)
Introduction: The Hon. Jaala Pulford, Minister for Roads, Minister for Road Safety and the TAC – Victorian State Government Minister, Australia
Speakers:
Christian C Lemire, Intelligent Mobility Practice Lead Genetec (USA)
Josh Johnson, Director Critical Systems Department SWRI (USA)
Eetu Pilli-Sihvola, Chief Advisor Connected and Automated Driving Traficom (Finland)
Fiammetta Diani, Head of Market Development at European GNSS Agency (GSA)
Shao Fei Huang, Chief Information Security Officer LTA (Singapore)

AE 05: Synergising the Greater Bay Area with Smarter Mobility (Open to all registered participants of the ITS World Congress 2019)
AE 05: Synergising the Greater Bay Area with Smarter Mobility (Open to all registered participants of the ITS World Congress 2019)

Organised by: Intelligent Transport Systems Hong Kong (ITS-HK)
Date: Tuesday, 22 October 2019
Time: 14:00 – 16:00
Venue: Room 321, Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre
Contact Person: Dr Lilian Pun ([email protected])

The strategic development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (Greater Bay Area) is one of the key initiatives of China’s national development blueprint, which brings together the two Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macao and nine municipalities in Guangdong Province. With a combined population of approximately 70 million people and GDP of US$1.5 trillion, through synergising the collective strengths of the municipalities with coordinated economic development and technological innovation, the Greater Bay Area is fully geared to soon become a leading global economic zone. Although cities such as Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Guangzhou are already international metropolis with their own world-class transport and smart city infrastructure, the challenge is to further boost the connectivity of strategic transport systems of the municipal cluster through enhanced infrastructure and forefront technologies, so as to bring forth the synergised economic strength and maximum development potential of the Greater Bay Area. As Asia’s world city, Hong Kong will take up the principal role in spear-heading the Greater Bay Area Development, and by leveraging its wealth of strengths including modern infrastructure and technology expertise, Hong Kong is well positioned to drive the closer integration of the mega-metropolis with stronger transport connectivity and smarter mobility infrastructure. Intelligent Transport Systems Hong Kong will showcase the latest development plans for ITS implementation in Hong Kong and their applicability to the Greater Bay Area, and the immense potential offered to ITS professionals in the coming decades.

AE 06: C-ITS and V2X Workshop
AE 06: C-ITS and V2X Workshop

Organised by: ERTICO – ITS Europe
Date: Wednesday, 23 October 2019
Time: 09:00 – 10:30
Venue: Room 324, Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre
Contact Person: Eric Sampson ([email protected])

The promise of improved safety, network management, and information services, and reduced environmental impact, is driving the rapid development of Connected ITS. In this workshop we will look at what existing V2X services are being deployed, the new services that are close to the market including long- and short-range cellular communications and hybrid solutions, and different approaches to data platforms. As well as the technology aspects we will consider alternative business models and some aspects of security. We will review different approaches to system architectures designed to ensure interoperability of C-ITS services across borders, interoperability testing, and recent developments with the US–Europe collaboration on C-ITS architectures.

AE 07: Future Mobility International Working Group 3.0 (by invitation only)
AE 07: Future Mobility International Working Group 3.0 (by invitation only)

Organised by: Michigan Economic Development Automotive Office, U.K. Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles and Zenzic
Date: Wednesday, 23 October 2019
Time: 11:30 – 16:30
Venue: Nicoll 1, Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre
Contact Person: Nathan Fergus ([email protected])

Formerly known as the Intelligent Vehicle Testing Symposium, the event will bring together leaders from industry, government and academia from across the globe to discuss collaboration on policy regulations and standards for the development, testing and deployment of intelligent vehicle and transportation technologies.

AE 08: 5G and IoT Boosting the Digital Transformation of the Automotive Sector
AE 08: 5G and IoT Boosting the Digital Transformation of the Automotive Sector

Organised by: ERTICO – ITS Europe
Date: Wednesday, 23 October 2019
Time: 14:00 – 17:30
Venue: Room 324, Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre
Contact Person: François Fischer ([email protected]) or Rita Bhandari ([email protected])

IoT has contributed tremendously to advancing the Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) goals of safety, traffic efficiency and comfort. 5G, with its promise of a highly flexible architecture and extended reach of communication, can amplify IoT-CAM use cases in unprecedented ways. There are boundless economic benefits of using 5G’s network slicing model for IoT service provision. Harnessing fully the potential of IoT and big data solutions powered by 5G requires a collaborative approach towards a global market vision. In this symposium, experts from Europe, Asia and the Americas will present perspectives on how 5G and IoT can bridge the gap to fully automated and on-demand mobility.

The discussion will centre on:

  1. technological trends and research and innovation strategies;
  2. new business models for automated mobility, particularly data sharing along a large value chain involving diverse stakeholders supplying solutions; and
  3. policy and regulation approaches across the three continents.

14:00 – 14:10 Keynote
Speaker: Angelos Amditis – Research Director & ERTICO Chairman, Institute of Communication & Computer Systems (ICCS), Greece

14:10 – 14:55
Technological trends: global solutions for common needs

Moderator: Ashweeni Beeharee – Head of Communication & Systems Engineering, Satellite Applications Catapult, UK
Speakers:
Young-Jun Moon – Senior Research Fellow, The Korea Transport Institute (KOTI), Korea
Thomas Jell – Programme Manager, Siemens AG, Germany
Zixiao Li – Global General Director of Roads & Logistics, Huawei, China
Ralf Weber – Standards & Industry Organizations, Qualcomm, Germany

14:55 – 15:30
New business models for automated mobility: data sharing in a value chain of diverse stakeholders

Moderator: Ashweeni Beeharee – Head of Communication & Systems Engineering, Satellite Applications Catapult, UK
Speakers:
Stephen Owens – Chief Operating Officer, Intelematics, Australia
Jeffrey Davis – Head of Smart Transportation Innovation & Development, Blackberry, US
Yoshinori Ohmura – Secretary General, 5GMF, Japan

15:30 – 15:40 Break

15:40 – 16:30
Panel discussion 1: Critical role of 5G and IoT for CAM

  1. Technological challenges / expectations for new vision of road transport with CAM
  2. 5G driving IoT digital marketplaces
  3. R&I strategy in America, Asia and Europe

Moderator: Felicia Velde – Head of IoT and Analytics, Real Time Traffic, Australia

16:30 – 17:20
Panel discussion 2: Towards a global market vision for CAM using 5G for IoT

  1. Policy and regulation: trends, gaps, uncertainties
  2. Local regulatory perspectives for developing and deploying new types of CAM
  3. Benefits and challenges of data marketplaces within broader regulatory contexts
  4. Standardisation outlook

Moderator: Zeljko Jeftic – Deputy Director, Innovation & Deployment, ERTICO-ITS Europe, Belgium
Speakers:
Eddy Hartog – Head of Unit Smart Mobility and Living, European Commission, EU
Ken Leonard – Director, Intelligent Transportation Systems and Joint Program Office at Federal Highway Administration, USA
Satoshi Nagata – Manager, NTT DOCOMO, INC. / Vice Chairman 3GPP TSG-RAN, Japan
Eetu Pilli-Sihvola – Chief Adviser, Connected and Automated Driving, Traficom, Finland

17:20 – 17:30
Final remarks & closure

Speaker: François Fischer – Senior Manager, Innovation & Deployment, ERTICO-ITS Europe, Belgium

AE 09: Autonomous Mobility Summit
AE 09: Autonomous Mobility Summit

Organised by: Land Transport Authority (LTA) of Singapore
Date: Thursday, 24 October 2019
Time: 09:00 – 17:30
Venue: Summit Room, Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre
Contact Person: Benjamin Chia ([email protected])

As part of the Intelligent Transport Systems World Congress in Singapore, the Land Transport Authority of Singapore will be organising an Autonomous Mobility Summit on 24 October 2019. This full-day Summit will gather global thought leaders from the government, industry and academia to discuss the latest developments in autonomous mobility. Through various panel discussions, fireside chats and keynotes, the Summit will examine the current state of the art with respect to autonomous driving, assess its potential to shape the future of our cities, explore the key drivers that would accelerate the uptake of autonomous mobility globally as well as consider regulatory and investor perspectives on the sector.

For more information on the Summit, please go to www.amsummit.sg

Speakers at the Summit include:

  • Michael Peter, CEO, Siemens Mobility
  • Emilio Frazzoli, Chief Scientist, Aptiv Autonomous Mobility
  • Ofer Ben-Noon, CEO, Argus Cyber Security
  • John McCarthy, Intelligent Mobility Leader, Arup
  • Raymond Tsang, Partner and APAC Automotive Practice Lead, Bain & Company
  • Ali Izadi-Najafabadi, Head of Intelligent Mobility, BloombergNEF
  • Iain Forbes, Head, Centre for Connected & Autonomous Vehicles UK
  • Thomas Hengstermann, Head of Autonomous Services, Daimler Mobility Services
  • Yoshifumi Kato, Senior Executive Officer for Global R&D, Denso
  • Sofie Vennersten, Director, Drive Sweden
  • Lim Kok Kiang, Assistant Managing Director, Singapore Economic Development Board
  • Basil Lui, Senior Vice President, EDB Investments
  • Christian Theis, Head of Directorate for Automotive Engineering, Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, Germany
  • Stephen Cairns, Director, Future Cities Laboratory, ETH Zurich
  • Jeff White, Chief Customer Officer, HERE Technologies
  • Lam Wee Shann, Chief Innovation & Technology Officer, Land Transport Authority of Singapore
  • Alvin Chia, Group Director of Vehicle Services and Registrar of Vehicles, Land Transport Authority of Singapore
  • Christopher Leck, Deputy Group Director, Technology & Industry Development Group, Land Transport Authority of Singapore
  • Olaf Sakkers, Partner, Maniv Mobility
  • Stefan Knupfer, Senior Partner & Sustainability Practice Global Leader, McKinsey & Company
  • Cao Xudong, CEO, Momenta
  • Toshihiro Sugi, Director, Automated Driving Planning Office, National Police Agency, Japan
  • Melvin Yong, Member of Parliament of Singapore, Executive Secretary, National Transport Workers’ Union, and Assistant Secretary-General, National Trades Union Congress
  • Zhang Junyi, Managing Partner, NIO Capital
  • Chris Blumenberg, CTO, rideOS
  • Tilly Chang, Executive Director, San Francisco County Transportation Authority
  • Bill Chang, CEO (Group Enterprise), Singtel
  • Lee Shiang Long, President, ST Engineering Land Systems
  • Ibrahima Sow, Director, Road Safety Programs and Motor Vehicle Safety, Transport Canada
  • Hwang Yu-Ning, Deputy CEO, Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore
  • Florian Reuter, CEO, Volocopter
CYBERSECURITY FOR RAIL
CYBERSECURITY FOR RAIL
Tuesday, 22 October 2019 | 07:30 – 08.30 | Room 308

Whether it’s artificial intelligence or the Internet of Things (IoT), rail operators are turning to technology to boost capacity, reduce infrastructure costs and improve the passenger experience. And a growing number are looking ahead to the revolutionary potential of autonomous trains. Digitalisation is making railways faster, safer and more comfortable. But it also exposes rail operators to cybersecurity risks. The challenge is amplified by the scale and complexity of our customers’ rail operations. Networks contain thousands of field elements. Each one is a potential weak spot. The threats facing rail operators are real. Hackers can disrupt rail services and steal customer data, with serious economic and reputational consequences. Even passenger safety is at risk.

Beyond reducing risks, better cybersecurity improves efficiency, enhances the visibility of assets, enables operators to use shared networks and allows our customers to move towards the digital railway with confidence.

Host: Thales, Singapore

ENABLING COGNITIVE AND CONNECTED TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
ENABLING COGNITIVE AND CONNECTED TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
Tuesday, 22 October 2019 | 07:30 – 08.30 | Room 312

As artificial intelligence (AI), automation, Internet of Things (IoT), autonomous vehicles, blockchain and 5G become pervasive, travel and transportation agencies and organisations have an unprecedented opportunity to elevate existing intelligent transportation systems (ITS) to new heights by harnessing the potential of cognition.

Join IBM at this breakfast session to hear about enabled next-generation transportation systems that reduces congestion, improves safety, and provides a greener environment.

Host: IBM Singapore

BLOCKCHAIN IN ACTION: HOW TO TRANSFORM DATA SHARING AND CREATE A NEW BUSINESS MODEL
BLOCKCHAIN IN ACTION: HOW TO TRANSFORM DATA SHARING AND CREATE A NEW BUSINESS MODEL
Wednesday, 23 October 2019 | 07:30 – 08.30 | Room 309

Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies have the potential to disrupt most industry verticals, yet businesses struggle to find, validate or deploy real-life use cases. Join HPE Pointnext experts and hear how HPE has worked with Continental to build a platform for sharing and monetizing vehicle sensor data based on Blockchain technology and on an edge-to-cloud architecture. This session will look at how your organization can adapt Blockchain now, prepare for roadblocks and how you can capitalize on the technology with your own use cases.

Host: Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Singapore

HOW CAN CITIES AND OEM SHAPE URBAN ELECTRIC MOBILITY TOGETHER? CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES DISCUSSED AT THE EXAMPLE OF HAMBURG
HOW CAN CITIES AND OEM SHAPE URBAN ELECTRIC MOBILITY TOGETHER? CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES DISCUSSED AT THE EXAMPLE OF HAMBURG
Thursday, 24 October 2019 | 07:30 – 08.30 | Room 309

The megatrend of urbanisation is causing cities to face a number of challenges. One of the most urging challenges is urban mobility as air pollution and congestion increase, just to mention two out of many problems.

Today’s car manufacturers, often seen as part of the problem, are transforming their business towards electric vehicles and sustainable mobility in order to become part of the solution.

This session outlines how cities and car manufacturers can jointly tackle the challenges of urban electric mobility by collaboration. The example of the City of Hamburg, the host city of ITS World Congress 2021, shows how the strategic partnership with Volkswagen Group supports the common goal of becoming a leader in urban electric mobility. What lessons are learned, what can be transferred to other cities and where are chances and opportunities, but also challenges and limits – all that is going to be discussed by this well-chosen panel of experts.

Host: Volkswagen Group, Germany

FUELING TRANSPORTATION WITH AI AND INTELLIGENCE AT THE EDGE
FUELING TRANSPORTATION WITH AI AND INTELLIGENCE AT THE EDGE
Tuesday, 22 October 2019 | 09:00 – 10:30 | Room 321

Intel is bringing together the ecosystem to build the city of dreams. Technologies like IOT, Artificial Intelligence (AI), 5G and Visual Solutions are coming together to provide the services needed for transportation to become smarter, safer and more accessible for everyone.

In this session, we will show practical use cases implemented for traffic management, passenger terminals, transportation systems, vehicles, smart kiosks and more. Guests from different companies will talk about their experience in the implementation of different technology and the impact in the digital transformation. We will demonstrate how intelligence is brought to the edge and is available today and how Intel can help you scale your business and transform the industry to become the new fuel for transportation.

Host: Intel Corporation, USA

BRAND INTELLIGENCE: SEE THE WORLD THROUGH YOUR CUSTOMERS’ EYES
BRAND INTELLIGENCE: SEE THE WORLD THROUGH YOUR CUSTOMERS’ EYES
Tuesday, 22 October 2019 | 09:00 – 10:30 | Nicoll 1

What are the key emerging trends within the transportation space? What do your customers want, need and expect? When major transport incidents occur, how are consumers reacting and what are their sentiments? In this track, you will learn how to think beyond Traditional Marketing and utilize Digital Intelligence for smarter decision-making.

In a world that is increasingly digital, real-time knowledge of your consumers in this space is crucial.
Amobee Brand Intelligence is an online media monitoring dashboard that can perform real-time multi-source data analysis. By measuring digital consumption, which focuses on what is read, seen and watched, which is distinct from online chatter, we are able to provide a holistic view of the silent majority and surface key trends in the minds of the consumers.

Brand Intelligence insights empower organizations and companies to confidently execute marketing strategy, public relations, or communications approach based on reliable, real-time insights into audience interests, profiles and behavior.

Host: NCS Group

CYBERSECURITY: OT/IT SECURITY
CYBERSECURITY: OT/IT SECURITY
Wednesday, 23 October 2019 | 09:00 – 10:30 | Nicoll 1

Plants, industrial asset in general, are fragile environments on a cybersecurity point of view: more and more software and applications are on-boarded on these critical processes. Based on a physical scale model of a plant, our expert will illustrate the main threats and the possible solutions available.

Host: Sopra Steria Asia Pte Ltd, Singapore

ORCHESTRATING MOBILITY IN SMART CITIES
ORCHESTRATING MOBILITY IN SMART CITIES
Thursday, 24 October 2019 | 16:00 – 17:30 | Room 321

Cities need a masterful orchestration of transport modes to deal with the most pressing mobility challenges: congestion, environmental impact and road safety. How can cities make use of technological advancements? How can they embrace the era of multimodality? Classic modeling approaches, in combination with the use of real-time data, provide powerful systems that enable authorities to optimize mobility as a whole. This workshop will provide state-of-the-art real-world examples in a short presentation, followed by a moderated discussion with international experts to update the progress being made and highlight the challenges remaining. At the end of this session will be an opportunity to network and socialize with speakers and participants.

Host: PTV Group, Germany

HOW TO HARMONIZE URBAN MOBILITY
HOW TO HARMONIZE URBAN MOBILITY
Wednesday, 23 October 2019 | 16:00 – 17.30 | Room 325

HERE and Siemens believe that the next-generation of mobility solutions will deliver a city-focused, international & integrated user-centered platform, democratizing mobility while solving cities transit issues for people and goods.

In this ITS workshop we will explore some of the remaining business challenges and understand how location intelligence can help solve these with new user-centric service models.

The workshop will showcase how to maintain a sustainable competitive advantage by using big-data capabilities such as visualization, analytics, archiving, event processing, map & services enrichment, and data monetization.

Host: HERE Technologies, Singapore

COMPUTING AT THE ROADSIDE
COMPUTING AT THE ROADSIDE
Thursday, 24 October 2019 | 09:00 – 10:30 | Room 324

Distributed computing and the associated connectivity technologies have the potential to improve traffic flow and safety, enable advanced ITS services, and simplify the maintenance and operations of the physical road infrastructures.

This session will present a roadside cloud architecture including MEC, 5G, C-V2X, and IoT. It will also discuss the various roles road operators, mobile network operators, and governments will play in this architecture.

Different use cases covering, for example, V2X and infrastructure management will be shown to illustrate how computing at the roadside can help prepare road operators for the future of mobility and transportation.

Host: Nokia, Finland

FUTURE TRENDS ON TUNNEL AND HIGHWAY MANAGEMENT REFLECTED ON THE NORTH SOUTH CORRIDOR IN SINGAPORE
FUTURE TRENDS ON TUNNEL AND HIGHWAY MANAGEMENT REFLECTED ON THE NORTH SOUTH CORRIDOR IN SINGAPORE
Thursday, 24 October 2019 | 11:00 – 12:30 | Room 324

Insights from an Operator (LTA), an Engineering Firm (AECOM), and a Solution Provider (Siemens Mobility). The continuing increase in traffic volumes coupled with growing mobility demands and the need to take some of the burden off inner-city streets are shifting the focus towards the construction of tunnels and highways. Yet tunnels must meet particularly high requirements in terms of operational availability and safety.

A recent example of such an ambitious project is the 21.5 km long North South Corridor in Singapore with its 12.5 km tunnel where LTA, AECOM and SIEMENS MOBILITY work together to provide one of the most advanced inner-city expressways.

This session will illustrate how digitalization and the utilisation of IoT will not only offer road users and operators a maximum of safety, system reliability and sustainability, but also decrease the total cost of ownership.

Host: Siemens Mobility, Singapore

MODERNISING INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEM WITH EVENT EXCHANGE DRIVEN BY EVENT MESH
MODERNISING INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEM WITH EVENT EXCHANGE DRIVEN BY EVENT MESH
Thursday, 24 October 2019 | 16:00 – 17:30 | Room 320

Digital technologies are transforming the way we live, work and play. A Smart Nation is a leading economy powered by digital innovation, IoT, connected cars and vehicles. A city/nationwide data exchange event driven backbone allows various ministries and industries to process data in real time with the efficient collection and distribution of real-time data. This the mission-critical foundation of connected vehicle initiatives, and Solace uniquely meets that need.

Solace will share how successful organizations achieve the visibility, optimisation and innovation by establishing “always on” connections with tens of millions of vehicles and IoT devices. Rather than having a duplicate infrastructure, smart exchange provides increased value at reduced cost with the latest Event Mesh from Solace. It is a foundational architectural layer for streaming IOT events, smart city events, aviation events as a core data exchange fabric.

With demos, case studies and an interactive panel discussion with the experts from the industry, this session will cover:

  • Strategies for balancing the free access of information with the controls required around sensitive information
  • Choices around open standards ensuring technology is not obsolete before it’s realised
  • Governance – how to align system capability with policy across organisational boundaries
  • A demonstration of event exchange scenarios

Host: Solace Corporation, Singapore

INTERCONNECTION FOR SMART MOBILITY
INTERCONNECTION FOR SMART MOBILITY
Tuesday, 22 October 2019 | 10:30 – 10:50 (Morning Break) | Theatre, Exhibition Hall, Level 4

Theme: Connected Vehicles
Speaker: Eric Hui

Today the global automotive sector faces a major transformative phase. Driven by rise of connected, autonomous, shared/ subscription and electric (CASE) vehicles which are at the heart of Smart Transportation. At the center of these new business models, massive amounts of data – often in real time from multiple sources – will need to be aggregated and insights derived and exchanged. This seismic shift in the industry requires a digital transformation along with a greater level of connectivity. In this presentation, we will look share how interconnection based architecture enables smart mobility services along with use cases in mobile edge compute, connected fleets and digital data marketplace.

Presented by: Equinix

EVENT ENABLING IOT FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF CONNECTED VEHICLES
EVENT ENABLING IOT FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF CONNECTED VEHICLES
Tuesday, 22 October 2019 | 12:50 – 13:10 (Lunch Break) | Theatre, Exhibition Hall, Level 4

Theme: Intelligent, Connected & Automated Vehicles | Sustainable Smart Cities
Speaker: Phil Scanlon

The efficient collection and distribution of real-time data is the mission-critical foundation of connected vehicle initiatives. Solace is uniquely qualified to meet that need by linking the world of IoT and IT by connecting devices with applications across hybrid-cloud and multi-cloud environments.

Presented by: Solace

THE ROLE OF ITS IN MULTIMODAL PUBLIC TRANSPORT
THE ROLE OF ITS IN MULTIMODAL PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Tuesday, 22 October 2019 | 13:20 – 13:40 (Lunch Break) | Theatre, Exhibition Hall, Level 4

Theme: Multimodal Transport of People and Goods
Speaker: Thomas Snyman

The implementation of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) to improve multimodal transport in Public Transport and specific to Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) systems in South Africa.

Presented by: Huawei

AN INTRODUCTORY RESOURCE FOR ASPRITING CHARTERED ENGINEERS
AN INTRODUCTORY RESOURCE FOR ASPRITING CHARTERED ENGINEERS
Wednesday, 23 October 2019 | 10:30 – 10:50 (Morning Break) | Theatre, Exhibition Hall, Level 4

Theme: Intelligent, Connected & Automated Vehicles
Speaker: Lean Weng Yeoh

Introduction and Launch of the IRS Resource Handbook

Presented by: The Institution of Engineers, Singapore

ACHIEVING HIGH PRECISION POSITIONING FOR AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES
ACHIEVING HIGH PRECISION POSITIONING FOR AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES
Wednesday, 23 October 2019 | 12:50 – 13:10 (Lunch Break) | Theatre, Exhibition Hall, Level 4

Theme: Intelligent, Connected & Automated Vehicles
Speaker: Natasha Wong Ken

With the growing developments in automotive autonomy, the need for accurate and reliable precise positioning has emerged. Vehicles need position data to navigate safely, securely, reliably and efficiently. Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), sensor fusion, and correction services are an essential component of achieving high accuracy ground truth, mobile mapping, and real-time precise positioning for autonomy. Hexagon Positioning Intelligence is scaling this technology to offer software and services that are deployable in automotive serial production. The session will focus on how PI is uniquely positioned to deliver solutions for continually available lane-level accuracy for connected cars, Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving applications.

Presented by: Hexagon / Novatel

SCENARIO-DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT 2.0
SCENARIO-DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT 2.0
Wednesday, 23 October 2019 | 13:20 – 13:40 (Lunch Break) | Theatre, Exhibition Hall, Level 4

Theme: Intelligent, Connected & Automated Vehicles
Speaker: Dominik Dörr

Given its complexity, the testing of level 3 and 4 highly automated driving has become the bottleneck. The old paradigm of mileage-driven testing will need to be replaced by scenario-based testing to test autonomous vehicles in a measurable, consistent and deterministic way. The new paradigm, scenario-driven development is most efficient when adopted early in the process of design & development of HAD.

In this presentation, we define scenarios and motivate why they are important. We illustrate at what points in the value chain of autonomous vehicle design & deployment scenarios create value. We present our pipeline for scenarios which consists of the following 4 steps: Firstly, we do scenario identification to determine what is relevant and what should be simulated. Secondly, we automatically extract observations from multiple sources and highlight the advantages of observation-based extraction over scenario creation. Thirdly, the important step of fuzzing and pruning by combining relevant scenarios in a meaningful way. Different use cases and ODDs require different fidelities and different simulation variants. We end our presentation by giving a live demonstration of our scenario pipeline.

Presented by: Understand. Ai

17TH ASIA PACIFIC FORUM ON INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS IN BRISBANE
17TH ASIA PACIFIC FORUM ON INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS IN BRISBANE
Wednesday, 23 October 2019 | 15:30 – 15:50 (Afternoon Break) | Theatre, Exhibition Hall, Level 4

Theme: Intelligent, Connected & Automated Vehicles
Speaker: Dean Zabrieszach

Come and find out what to expect at the upcoming ITS Asia Pacific Forum in Brisbane, May 25 – 28. We will introduce the program themes, keynote speakers and key delegate opportunities around technical tours, demonstrations and of course social functions. We will outline opportunities for you to participate as a delegate or to showcase your capabilities in the exhibition. Brisbane is a multicultural and dynamic city with first class facilities that is conveniently accessible to the APAC region. Come and hear about Brisbane and opportunities to experience a great range of CAV and smart mobility initiatives at the upcoming Asia Pacific Forum.

Presented by: ITS Australia

EXPLORING NEW MOBILITY AND URBAN LOGISTICS CONCEPTS AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE INFRASTRUCTURE
EXPLORING NEW MOBILITY AND URBAN LOGISTICS CONCEPTS AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE INFRASTRUCTURE
Thursday, 24 October 2019 | 12:50 – 13:10 (Lunch Break) | Theatre, Exhibition Hall, Level 4

Theme: Sustainable Smart Cities
Speaker: Vipul Toprani

1. Public Transport & Infrastructure
Public transport systems are becoming increasingly multimodal, digital and connected. The station becomes a hub for mobility and acts as an intelligent hub as a major point of change throughout the mobility chain. Due to the increasing digitalization of the mobility sector and the almost daily emerging innovations, the existing urban infrastructure has to be adapted accordingly.
An example of this is the development of an efficient charging infrastructure for e-mobility.

2. Urban Logistic
Our new consumer behavior and the associated increase in the processing of our purchases via online trading are leading to a significant change in city logistics. In the future, drones and autonomous systems will play an important role. To what extent these new urban logistic developments have an influence on the infrastructure and mobility systems is discussed in this part of the presentation.

3. New Mobility
With new mobility concepts emerging, we focus on how to solve traffic problems sustainably and what effects these developments have on the future planning of mobility, transport and logistics. New mobility solutions such as “autonomous transport” and on-demand and sharing-systems on the first and last mile are the focus here. It should be questioned how these new technologies and innovations can enable a CO2-free “intelligent mobility”? The goal is to convey an understanding of current trends and developments with a view to the future.

Presented by: DB Engineering & Consulting GMBH

ITALY VS SINGAPORE: BEST PRACTICE EXCHANGE ON ITS
ITALY VS SINGAPORE: BEST PRACTICE EXCHANGE ON ITS
Thursday, 24 October 2019 | 15:30 – 17:00 (Afternoon Break) | Theatre, Exhibition Hall, Level 4

Theme: Intelligent, Connected & Automated Vehicles
Speakers:

  1. Dr Vera Jin, CEO, Sopra Steria Asia Pte Ltd (representing: ITS Singapore)
  2. Dr. Olga Landolfi (representing: ITS Italia)
  3. Mr. William Chia (LTA)
  4. ITS Singapore companies
  5. ITS Italia companies

To promote networking among Italian and Singaporean ITS companies

Presented by: ITS Italy & ITS Singapore