Programme

Taking place at the QEII Centre in London on 1-2 November 2018, the Intelligent Transport Conference will investigate how technology will shape the future of transport; improve air quality, operations, improve performance and the customer experience. The conference will also discuss future technologies, forms of transportation and what the future of mobility may look like. Speakers from across the globe will explore how and why industry decision makers operate the way they do, and examine how technology is changing the dynamics of transport.

The 2018 programme commences each day with plenary sessions,before breaking into two streams: Mobility for Today and Tomorrow and Technology and the Passenger Experience. Stay up-to-date with the latest speaker and topic announcements by subscribing to Intelligent Transport (it’s free and only takes a minute).

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Day one

10:35 - Opening plenary panel: Intelligent Transport Today

Speakers:
Shane Hymers, Principal Bus Policy Planner, Transport for London (TfL)
Carlos Gonzalez, Strategic Partner Manager, Google UK
Brian Masson, Director, Multi Modal Transport Solutions Ltd

12:15 - Panel Discussion: Financing the Future of Transportation

Speakers:
Jeremy Long, CEO - European Business, MTR Corporation Limited
Robert Missen, Directorate-General, Head of Unit, Research & Innovation, DG Mobility & Transport

Mobility for Today and Tomorrow

Technology and the Passenger Experience

14:00 - Cyber security in the transport sector

Speakers:
Michal Cieslik, Head of Department Security and Service, Wiener Linien

14:30 - Smarter-planned infrastructure – all together now!

Speakers:
Alistair Lenczner, Director & Leader, Expedition and Lead on HS4Air

15:30 - Panel discussion: Presenting multimodal journey information

Speakers:
Arnd Baetzner, Member of the Board of Directors, Mobility Cooperative
Arja Aalto, Specialist, Passenger Traffic, Finnish Transport Agency (FTA)
Claudio Cassarino, Managing Director, Metro Service

Day two

08:45 - Panel discussion: Brexit and the future

Speakers:
Mark Cartwright, Director, Centaur Consulting Limited
Stefan Hulman, Chairman, IT&I Committee, UITP

Mobility for Today and Tomorrow

Technology and the Passenger Experience

10:45 - Panel discussion: Technology: market for the suppliers’ industry or real benefit for the customers?

Speakers:
Christina Hvid, CEO, Rejseplanens
Carol Schweiger, Chairperson , New England ITS
Ivan Grumelli, ICT Manager, Arriva Italy
Josef Schneider, Chairman, European Passengers' Federation

12:00 - Case study: How to deliver first-class (or at least better) service disruption information

Speakers:
Andrea Giuricin, CEO TRA Consulting; Managing Director of the Centre of Research CRIET – Transport, University of Milan Bicocca

13:45 - Open loop and account based ticketing: What is the passenger and operator appetite for it?

Speakers:
Gordon Hanning, Head of Concessionary Travel and Integrated Ticketing, Transport Scotland

15:15 - Panel discussion: Is the public ready for AI transportation?

Speakers:
Dr Tom Voege, Policy Analyst, International Transport Forum
Robert Missen, Directorate-General, Head of Unit, Research & Innovation, DG Mobility & Transport
Christian Wolmar, Writer

15:15 - BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) solutions

Speakers:
Mark Cartwright, Director, Centaur Consulting Limited

16:00 - Panel discussion: The practical application of MaaS

Speakers:
Brian Masson, Director, Multi Modal Transport Solutions Ltd

17:00 - Measures to counter terrorism on transit systems

Speakers:
Andy Oppenheimer, Counter-Terrorism Consultant, Editor-in-Chief, CBNW Xplosive

17:15 - Panel discussion: How the future of mobility is solving the first- and last-mile problem

Speakers:
Sebastian Hofer, Business Development, Hamburger Hochbahn AG
Jan Lüdtke, Director of Business Development Europe, ViaVan

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