Smart Transportation
Conference & Exhibition 2024

30 September 2024 | virtual conference
Connect with 350+ industry and technology leaders to discuss digital, efficient and sustainable transportation.
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About STC2024

Leveraging The Technology Innovation and Digital Revolutions

STC24 brings transportation industry leaders together to discuss smart strategies and technologies, using digitalization, predictive processes, real-time fleet monitoring, and big data analytics, all aimed at making transportation networks safer, more efficient, and sustainable.

This is a platform to discuss the latest developments and best practices for the future of modern technology and management strategies for a transportation system to enhance mobility and safety.

Conference Theme/Key Topics

The conference is seeking presentations that are broadly focused on the following key topics:

Planning the Way forward for Smart Transportation to Improve Operations and Reduce Carbon Emissions, with a Strong Focus on Reaching Net-Zero Emissions through Eco-Friendly Practices

Enhance Fleet Management's Cost-Effectiveness and Efficiency with Real-Time Monitoring, Digital Twin Technology, Metaverse, IoT, AR/VR, BIM, and Blockchain

Application of Big Data and Data Analytics to Improve Transport Safety, Efficiency, and Sustainability

Innovative Solutions in Traffic Management, Parking, Passenger and Freight Information are Shaping the Future of Mobility, with Integrated Transport, and Ticketing at the Forefront

Why is it Time to Fund for the Future Transportation – Where Money comes from and How to Secure it?

Strategic Technology Plays a Pivotal Role in Developing a Cohesive Fleet Network by Harnessing the Potential of Digital Twins and Enhancing Freight Solutions through Modal Shifts and Efficient Last-Mile Delivery

Best Practices and Case Studies of Field Experiments and Real-World Deployment of Emerging Vehicle Technologies Provides Practical Solutions

Impacts and Performance of 5G Communication, Emerging Cognitive Computing, AI/ML on the Transportation System's Safety, Efficiency, Energy Consumption, and Environmental Footprints

Smart Mobility Meets Sustainable Transportation with Electric Vehicles and Charging Infrastructure

The Evolving Landscape of Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles: Shaping Infrastructure and Regulatory Safety Standards

Official Agenda 2024

07:30 
Registration & Refreshment Networking
08:030 
Full Closed Loop AI/ML automation of the DCS towards SOx control in the crude oil refinery.
  • The strategic, operational and local challenges that Local Authorities face as we transition to electric vehicles and why Local Authorities are so important to the transition
  • A new innovative model that can help Local Authorities and the private sector finance and deliver more EV infrastructure
  • Beyond ZEV charging for passenger cars, how can Local Authorities do more to reduce transport carbon emissions?
Max Sugarman
Policy Team Leader, Durham County Council
download

09:00 

How Qualcomm new technology empowers developers and enterprises to easily build real-time intelligence and visibility solutions

  • Simple, secure, and scalable cloud-based services, power-optimized and precise location tracking, and an extensive hardware ecosystem work together to deliver tailored digital transformation solutions for use cases
    across industries
Ramzi Alharayeri
Director, Cloud services, Qualcomm
2560px-Qualcomm-Logo.svg
09:30
Available Session
10:00 
GOLD SPONSOR

Reserved for Department for Transport

10:30 
(30 Min)
Breakfast & Networking Break
11:00
Delivering the right environment for the UK intelligent transport sector to thrive
  • Synergy between Innovative Software Solutions and Sustainable Goals
  • how their customers envisage the so-called twin transition
  • Reducing the carbon footprint due to more efficient operations but also by using green software
Willem Jan Groenewoud
CEO,Ab Ovo Group
colored

11:30 

Net Zero in UK Urban Aviation

  • Objectives, Increase the effectiveness of traffic management in Coventry, leading to reduced congestion, pollution and associated economic / social benefits.
  • New modes of Transport Innovation for future proofing our cities.
  • What do we mean by Future of Flight, Potential benefits of drones?
Sunil Budhdeo
Transport Innovation Manager, Coventry City Council
unnamed

12:00 

The role of autonomy in the public transport system

  • What challenges are we solving – overview of transport programme and how automated vehicles can help solve some of these challenges.
  • An overview of the GCP’s work on autonomy which has developed a pathway to deployment.
  • Current Government funded project which will be an at scale public transport deployment
Daniel Clarke
Strategy and Partnerships (previously Programme Manager) Smart Cambridge, Greater Cambridge Partnership
download (1)
12:30 
Reserved for Lothian Buses
download (2)
13:00 
Lunch & Networking Break

14:00 

Influencing Transport Lab – insights from our Demand Responsive Transport Behavioural Research

  • Our presentation will discuss how the Influencing transport lab aims to address the challenges in delivering effective behaviour change locally, regionally, and nationally. It will also present our ambition to create an
    evidence base and share best practice around travel behaviour change.
  • It will demonstrate how a behavioural approach can be applied to demand responsive transport (DRT). It will highlight what an investigation of users’ and non-users’ perceptions tells us about delivering a DRT service that
    meets their mobility needs.
  • Finally, it will present results from testing social modelling interventions in demand responsive transport, to understand how effective they are at increasing the uptake of DRT.
Prabs Johal
Senior Future Mobility Developer-Behaviour Change, West Midlands Combined Authority
tfwm logo small
14:30 
Reserved for Transport for Wales
15:00
Engineering with AI
  • An overview of essential terms from both technical and legal viewpoints
  • Case demonstrating the potential of using AI engines within design environments
  • National AI Initiative Act of 2020 and the related Executive Orders in the US and their implications on emerging AI technologies
Anand Stephen
Digital Delivery Leader, Gannett Fleming
GFlogo

15:30

Engineering with AI

  • An overview of essential terms from both technical and legal viewpoints
  • Case demonstrating the potential of using AI engines within design environments
  • National AI Initiative Act of 2020 and the related Executive Orders in the US and their implications on emerging AI technologies
Trevor Brennan
Transport Implementation Lead (Project Lead), England’s Economic Heartland
England's Economic Heartland
16:00 
Networking Break

16:30

The roadmap to the vision of “zero stress ticketing”

  • A short walk-trough on achieving 95% customer satisfaction index through innovation, tech savvy and hairy goals
  • For example projects like cEMV implementation, omnichannel PSP and digital TVMs in Oslo, Norway
Leo Bull
IT and technology director (CIO/CTO), Flytoget AS
Heidi L.Hansen
Distribution and Innovation Manager, Flytoget AS
17:00

Intelligent Traffic Control System (ITCS) to Mitigate Congestion Impact in Megacities

  • Enhanced performance of the coordinated traffic light network
  • Application of Computer Vision and AI technology to improve intersection performance
  • Real-time adaptive and predictive traffic control systems, Digital Twin, and Big Data of traffic parameters
Puguh Prakoso
Senior Technical Expert, Dinas Perhubungan Provinsi DKI Jakarta
LOGO-WEBSITE
17:30 
Drink Reception
19:00 
Gala Dinner
08:30 
Reserved For MTR Elizabeth line

09:00

Transforming Transportation for a Sustainable Future: Navigating the Complex Landscape of Climate Change Challenges

  • Understanding Climate Change Impacts: A comprehensive analysis of the environmental and social implications of climate change on the transportation sector.
  • Innovative Technological Solutions: Exploring cutting-edge technologies and strategies for reducing carbon emissions in transportation, from electric vehicles to alternative fuels.
  • Resilience and Adaptation: Discuss the challenges of adapting transportation infrastructure to the changing climate, including the impact on coastal and urban areas.
  • Global Collaborations: Highlighting the importance of international cooperation and industry partnerships to address the complex issue of climate change in transportation.
  • Policy and Regulation: Examining the role of government policies and regulations in mitigating climate change within the transportation sector.
Atul Manmohan
Electrical Engineer, Transportation Systems Rail & Transit Canada West.
download (1)

09:30 

How strategic data sharing hubs can spur innovation in our multimodal transport ecosystem.

  • Taking real-life examples from the Rail Data Marketplace, this presentation looks at how data sharing can spur innovation to improve the passenger experience, improve operational efficiency and more effectively connect
    different modes of transport to delight the customer.
Jez Smith
Rail Data Marketplace Lead, Rail Delivery Group
download

09:30 

Energizing Mobility: Grid Resilience for Sustainable Clean Transportation.

  • Climate Change and the Growing Grid Vulnerability: We will delve into the increasing frequency of natural disasters driven by climate change, such as hurricanes, wildfires, and extreme weather event. All while highlighting
  • the impact natural disasters have on not only the electric grid but the impact, they have on the commercial market including first responders.
    The Importance of Grid Resiliency: The future success of transportation electrification requires predictable and reliable access to electricity. In this section will focus on three key areas. Firstly, the vital role of grid resiliency
    in powering zero emission vehicles and advancing transportation electrification. Second, why resiliency matters for the stability of our energy infrastructure amid climate challenges, while providing an estimated overall
    electricity demands that will be required as the world moves towards 100% electrification across the light, medium, and heavy-duty vehicles. Lastly, explore traditional resiliency measures that bolster grid stability and
  • Solutions and Overcoming Constraints: In this segment, we will take a closer look at solutions for grid resiliency. We will start with a deep dive into microgrids, their advantages, and how they bolster grid reliability. Then, we
    will explore the Energy-as-a-Service model for energy security and adaptability. Lastly, we will address practical challenges, including regulatory, financial, and technical hurdles, that must be overcome to realize grid
    resiliency
Maureen Marshall
Senior Director, CALSTART
Katie Tomaszewski
Project Manager, CALSTART
230329-NatCon23-Logo-800x236
10:30
Breakfast & Networking Break
11:00
Using data standards to achieve integrated transport solutions for customers
  • Bus priority
  • Passenger Information
  • Data analytics and performance reporting
  • Looking the architecture for European public transport data standards, implementation examples, and how these are developing to meet the future requirements of the industry and tomorrow’s passengers.
Tim Rivett
General Manager, RTIG
download (2)

11:30 

Internet of Things: Transforming Security in Smart Transportation

  • This presentation will expand upon the guidance and information presented in last year’s “IoT: Pushing New Security Boundaries in Smart Transportation” with updates that have been added to the guidance and additional use cases.
  • Internet of Things Embedded Security Guidance for Vendors is a new collection of security advice and best practices for IoT developers published by the Center for Internet Security (CIS) in collaboration with leading
    industry experts and key stakeholders.
  • With the smart transportation market likely to surpass $250 billion by 2030, the rise in integration of smart transportation technologies (cloud-based, vehicle-to-vehicle, etc.) raises the concern of the level of security that
    can be provided
Benjamin Carter
IoT Specialist, Center for Internet Security
download (3)

12:00 

Equitable electric vehicle carsharing in rural and mid-sized communities in California

  • Best practices in implementing mobility options in disadvantaged communities and technical assistance provided to educate communities on electric vehicles.
Gloria Huerta
Chief Operating Officer, Miocar

12:30 

How do we integrate smarter safety and security with smarter transportation systems to ensure we are better prepared if disaster strikes.

  • Protecting our multi-modal transportation hubs of the future requires an integrated approach to security risk management, from concept design to passenger operations.
  • Integrating safety and security with new, smarter transportation systems requires effective techniques to design out crime, providing crime prevention measures through environmental design.
  • Preparing for major emergencies is a vital part of improving our capability for emergency response and resilience, and minimizing business interruption.
Tony Thompson
Director, OTHO LTD
otho_limited_logo

13:00 

Lunch & Networking Break

14:00 

“There’s more to life than a car”.Powered Two, Three and Light 4 Wheel Vehicles (Powered Light Vehicles) can provide a more environmental efficient form of
mobility as a serious alternative to the car

  • Whilst electric cars & vans appear to be the solution to the climate challenges, Governments appear to be ignoring the climate impacts these solutions have on the wider environment. The objective for Western
    Governments must not be to displace the problem elsewhere.
  • Energy security is becoming a major concern, with this in mind battery electric and the raw materials needed in battery production will create new risks and environmental impacts not yet fully understood or ignored.
  • Powered Light Vehicles from a Life Cycle Analysis perspective is far more environmentally efficient to manufacture, operate in life and manage waste at end of life. This vehicle type will provide mobility solutions for both
    people and goods in the urban and sub-urban setting, requiring less road space, reducing congestion and in many cases zero emissions at the tailpipe.
Tony Campbell
Chief Executive, Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd

14:30 

“Exploring how connected and autonomous mobility can help deliver economic growth

  • Set out the Commission’s progress on its study on the opportunities offered by automation and connectivity for delivering improvements to road safety, reducing congestion, improving the reliability and accessibility of
    transport services, and increasing productivity, and consider the implications for how the UK operates and maintain its road infrastructure.
  • Explore emerging findings and insights from the first phase of the study and identify the areas where the Commission is likely to focus its recommendations, outlining what interventions in the country’s road and other
    infrastructure (including data) may be required to realise the benefits from this emerging technology.
  • Consider the policy and governance challenges that will need to be overcome to do this, within the context of uncertainty about the direction of future technological development
Sophie Donaldson
Assistant Director, National Infrastructure Commission, National Infrastructure Commission
Greg McClymont
Assistant Director, National Infrastructure Commission, National Infrastructure Commission

14:30 

Reserved for Transport for Wales
15:00

Engineering with AI

  • An overview of essential terms from both technical and legal viewpoints
  • Case demonstrating the potential of using AI engines within design environments
  • National AI Initiative Act of 2020 and the related Executive Orders in the US and their implications on emerging AI technologies
Anand Stephen
Digital Delivery Leader, Gannett Fleming
GFlogo

15:30

Engineering with AI

  • An overview of essential terms from both technical and legal viewpoints
  • Case demonstrating the potential of using AI engines within design environments
  • National AI Initiative Act of 2020 and the related Executive Orders in the US and their implications on emerging AI technologies
Trevor Brennan
Transport Implementation Lead (Project Lead), England’s Economic Heartland
England's Economic Heartland

16:00 

Networking Break

16:30

The roadmap to the vision of “zero stress ticketing”

  • A short walk-trough on achieving 95% customer satisfaction index through innovation, tech savvy and hairy goals
  • For example projects like cEMV implementation, omnichannel PSP and digital TVMs in Oslo, Norway
Leo Bull
IT and technology director (CIO/CTO), Flytoget AS
Heidi L.Hansen
Distribution and Innovation Manager, Flytoget AS
17:00

Intelligent Traffic Control System (ITCS) to Mitigate Congestion Impact in Megacities

  • Enhanced performance of the coordinated traffic light network
  • Application of Computer Vision and AI technology to improve intersection performance
  • Real-time adaptive and predictive traffic control systems, Digital Twin, and Big Data of traffic parameters
Puguh Prakoso
Senior Technical Expert, Dinas Perhubungan Provinsi DKI Jakarta
17:30 
Drink Reception
19:00 
Gala Dinner
07:30 
Registration & Refreshment Networking
08:030 
Full Closed Loop AI/ML automation of the DCS towards SOx control in the crude oil refinery.
  • The strategic, operational and local challenges that Local Authorities face as we transition to electric vehicles and why Local Authorities are so important to the transition
  • A new innovative model that can help Local Authorities and the private sector finance and deliver more EV infrastructure
  • Beyond ZEV charging for passenger cars, how can Local Authorities do more to reduce transport carbon emissions?
Max Sugarman
Policy Team Leader, Durham County Council
download

09:00 

How Qualcomm new technology empowers developers and enterprises to easily build real-time intelligence and visibility solutions

  • Simple, secure, and scalable cloud-based services, power-optimized and precise location tracking, and an extensive hardware ecosystem work together to deliver tailored digital transformation solutions for use cases
    across industries
Ramzi Alharayeri
Director, Cloud services, Qualcomm
2560px-Qualcomm-Logo.svg
09:30
Available Session
10:00 
GOLD SPONSOR

Reserved for Department for Transport

10:30 
(30 Min)
Breakfast & Networking Break
11:00
Delivering the right environment for the UK intelligent transport sector to thrive
  • Synergy between Innovative Software Solutions and Sustainable Goals
  • how their customers envisage the so-called twin transition
  • Reducing the carbon footprint due to more efficient operations but also by using green software
Willem Jan Groenewoud
CEO,Ab Ovo Group
colored

11:30 

Net Zero in UK Urban Aviation

  • Objectives, Increase the effectiveness of traffic management in Coventry, leading to reduced congestion, pollution and associated economic / social benefits.
  • New modes of Transport Innovation for future proofing our cities.
  • What do we mean by Future of Flight, Potential benefits of drones?
Sunil Budhdeo
Transport Innovation Manager, Coventry City Council
unnamed

12:00 

The role of autonomy in the public transport system

  • What challenges are we solving – overview of transport programme and how automated vehicles can help solve some of these challenges.
  • An overview of the GCP’s work on autonomy which has developed a pathway to deployment.
  • Current Government funded project which will be an at scale public transport deployment
Daniel Clarke
Strategy and Partnerships (previously Programme Manager) Smart Cambridge, Greater Cambridge Partnership
download (1)
12:30 
Reserved for Lothian Buses
download (2)
13:00 
Lunch & Networking Break

14:00 

Influencing Transport Lab – insights from our Demand Responsive Transport Behavioural Research

  • Our presentation will discuss how the Influencing transport lab aims to address the challenges in delivering effective behaviour change locally, regionally, and nationally. It will also present our ambition to create an
    evidence base and share best practice around travel behaviour change.
  • It will demonstrate how a behavioural approach can be applied to demand responsive transport (DRT). It will highlight what an investigation of users’ and non-users’ perceptions tells us about delivering a DRT service that
    meets their mobility needs.
  • Finally, it will present results from testing social modelling interventions in demand responsive transport, to understand how effective they are at increasing the uptake of DRT.
Prabs Johal
Senior Future Mobility Developer-Behaviour Change, West Midlands Combined Authority
tfwm logo small
14:30 
Reserved for Transport for Wales
15:00
Engineering with AI
  • An overview of essential terms from both technical and legal viewpoints
  • Case demonstrating the potential of using AI engines within design environments
  • National AI Initiative Act of 2020 and the related Executive Orders in the US and their implications on emerging AI technologies
Anand Stephen
Digital Delivery Leader, Gannett Fleming
GFlogo

15:30

Engineering with AI

  • An overview of essential terms from both technical and legal viewpoints
  • Case demonstrating the potential of using AI engines within design environments
  • National AI Initiative Act of 2020 and the related Executive Orders in the US and their implications on emerging AI technologies
Trevor Brennan
Transport Implementation Lead (Project Lead), England’s Economic Heartland
England's Economic Heartland
16:00 
Networking Break

16:30

The roadmap to the vision of “zero stress ticketing”

  • A short walk-trough on achieving 95% customer satisfaction index through innovation, tech savvy and hairy goals
  • For example projects like cEMV implementation, omnichannel PSP and digital TVMs in Oslo, Norway
Leo Bull
IT and technology director (CIO/CTO), Flytoget AS
Heidi L.Hansen
Distribution and Innovation Manager, Flytoget AS
17:00

Intelligent Traffic Control System (ITCS) to Mitigate Congestion Impact in Megacities

  • Enhanced performance of the coordinated traffic light network
  • Application of Computer Vision and AI technology to improve intersection performance
  • Real-time adaptive and predictive traffic control systems, Digital Twin, and Big Data of traffic parameters
Puguh Prakoso
Senior Technical Expert, Dinas Perhubungan Provinsi DKI Jakarta
LOGO-WEBSITE
17:30 
Drink Reception
19:00 
Gala Dinner
08:30 
Reserved For MTR Elizabeth line

09:00

Transforming Transportation for a Sustainable Future: Navigating the Complex Landscape of Climate Change Challenges

  • Understanding Climate Change Impacts: A comprehensive analysis of the environmental and social implications of climate change on the transportation sector.
  • Innovative Technological Solutions: Exploring cutting-edge technologies and strategies for reducing carbon emissions in transportation, from electric vehicles to alternative fuels.
  • Resilience and Adaptation: Discuss the challenges of adapting transportation infrastructure to the changing climate, including the impact on coastal and urban areas.
  • Global Collaborations: Highlighting the importance of international cooperation and industry partnerships to address the complex issue of climate change in transportation.
  • Policy and Regulation: Examining the role of government policies and regulations in mitigating climate change within the transportation sector.
Atul Manmohan
Electrical Engineer, Transportation Systems Rail & Transit Canada West.
download (1)

09:30 

How strategic data sharing hubs can spur innovation in our multimodal transport ecosystem.

  • Taking real-life examples from the Rail Data Marketplace, this presentation looks at how data sharing can spur innovation to improve the passenger experience, improve operational efficiency and more effectively connect
    different modes of transport to delight the customer.
Jez Smith
Rail Data Marketplace Lead, Rail Delivery Group
download

09:30 

Energizing Mobility: Grid Resilience for Sustainable Clean Transportation.

  • Climate Change and the Growing Grid Vulnerability: We will delve into the increasing frequency of natural disasters driven by climate change, such as hurricanes, wildfires, and extreme weather event. All while highlighting
  • the impact natural disasters have on not only the electric grid but the impact, they have on the commercial market including first responders.
    The Importance of Grid Resiliency: The future success of transportation electrification requires predictable and reliable access to electricity. In this section will focus on three key areas. Firstly, the vital role of grid resiliency
    in powering zero emission vehicles and advancing transportation electrification. Second, why resiliency matters for the stability of our energy infrastructure amid climate challenges, while providing an estimated overall
    electricity demands that will be required as the world moves towards 100% electrification across the light, medium, and heavy-duty vehicles. Lastly, explore traditional resiliency measures that bolster grid stability and
  • Solutions and Overcoming Constraints: In this segment, we will take a closer look at solutions for grid resiliency. We will start with a deep dive into microgrids, their advantages, and how they bolster grid reliability. Then, we
    will explore the Energy-as-a-Service model for energy security and adaptability. Lastly, we will address practical challenges, including regulatory, financial, and technical hurdles, that must be overcome to realize grid
    resiliency
Maureen Marshall
Senior Director, CALSTART
Katie Tomaszewski
Project Manager, CALSTART
230329-NatCon23-Logo-800x236
10:30
Breakfast & Networking Break
11:00
Using data standards to achieve integrated transport solutions for customers
  • Bus priority
  • Passenger Information
  • Data analytics and performance reporting
  • Looking the architecture for European public transport data standards, implementation examples, and how these are developing to meet the future requirements of the industry and tomorrow’s passengers.
Tim Rivett
General Manager, RTIG
download (2)

11:30 

Internet of Things: Transforming Security in Smart Transportation

  • This presentation will expand upon the guidance and information presented in last year’s “IoT: Pushing New Security Boundaries in Smart Transportation” with updates that have been added to the guidance and additional use cases.
  • Internet of Things Embedded Security Guidance for Vendors is a new collection of security advice and best practices for IoT developers published by the Center for Internet Security (CIS) in collaboration with leading
    industry experts and key stakeholders.
  • With the smart transportation market likely to surpass $250 billion by 2030, the rise in integration of smart transportation technologies (cloud-based, vehicle-to-vehicle, etc.) raises the concern of the level of security that
    can be provided
Benjamin Carter
IoT Specialist, Center for Internet Security
download (3)

12:00 

Equitable electric vehicle carsharing in rural and mid-sized communities in California

  • Best practices in implementing mobility options in disadvantaged communities and technical assistance provided to educate communities on electric vehicles.
Gloria Huerta
Chief Operating Officer, Miocar

12:30 

How do we integrate smarter safety and security with smarter transportation systems to ensure we are better prepared if disaster strikes.

  • Protecting our multi-modal transportation hubs of the future requires an integrated approach to security risk management, from concept design to passenger operations.
  • Integrating safety and security with new, smarter transportation systems requires effective techniques to design out crime, providing crime prevention measures through environmental design.
  • Preparing for major emergencies is a vital part of improving our capability for emergency response and resilience, and minimizing business interruption.
Tony Thompson
Director, OTHO LTD
otho_limited_logo

13:00 

Lunch & Networking Break

14:00 

“There’s more to life than a car”.Powered Two, Three and Light 4 Wheel Vehicles (Powered Light Vehicles) can provide a more environmental efficient form of
mobility as a serious alternative to the car

  • Whilst electric cars & vans appear to be the solution to the climate challenges, Governments appear to be ignoring the climate impacts these solutions have on the wider environment. The objective for Western
    Governments must not be to displace the problem elsewhere.
  • Energy security is becoming a major concern, with this in mind battery electric and the raw materials needed in battery production will create new risks and environmental impacts not yet fully understood or ignored.
  • Powered Light Vehicles from a Life Cycle Analysis perspective is far more environmentally efficient to manufacture, operate in life and manage waste at end of life. This vehicle type will provide mobility solutions for both
    people and goods in the urban and sub-urban setting, requiring less road space, reducing congestion and in many cases zero emissions at the tailpipe.
Tony Campbell
Chief Executive, Motor Cycle Industry Association Ltd

14:30 

“Exploring how connected and autonomous mobility can help deliver economic growth

  • Set out the Commission’s progress on its study on the opportunities offered by automation and connectivity for delivering improvements to road safety, reducing congestion, improving the reliability and accessibility of
    transport services, and increasing productivity, and consider the implications for how the UK operates and maintain its road infrastructure.
  • Explore emerging findings and insights from the first phase of the study and identify the areas where the Commission is likely to focus its recommendations, outlining what interventions in the country’s road and other
    infrastructure (including data) may be required to realise the benefits from this emerging technology.
  • Consider the policy and governance challenges that will need to be overcome to do this, within the context of uncertainty about the direction of future technological development
Sophie Donaldson
Assistant Director, National Infrastructure Commission, National Infrastructure Commission
Greg McClymont
Assistant Director, National Infrastructure Commission, National Infrastructure Commission

14:30 

Reserved for Transport for Wales
15:00

Engineering with AI

  • An overview of essential terms from both technical and legal viewpoints
  • Case demonstrating the potential of using AI engines within design environments
  • National AI Initiative Act of 2020 and the related Executive Orders in the US and their implications on emerging AI technologies
Anand Stephen
Digital Delivery Leader, Gannett Fleming
GFlogo

15:30

Engineering with AI

  • An overview of essential terms from both technical and legal viewpoints
  • Case demonstrating the potential of using AI engines within design environments
  • National AI Initiative Act of 2020 and the related Executive Orders in the US and their implications on emerging AI technologies
Trevor Brennan
Transport Implementation Lead (Project Lead), England’s Economic Heartland
England's Economic Heartland

16:00 

Networking Break

16:30

The roadmap to the vision of “zero stress ticketing”

  • A short walk-trough on achieving 95% customer satisfaction index through innovation, tech savvy and hairy goals
  • For example projects like cEMV implementation, omnichannel PSP and digital TVMs in Oslo, Norway
Leo Bull
IT and technology director (CIO/CTO), Flytoget AS
Heidi L.Hansen
Distribution and Innovation Manager, Flytoget AS
17:00

Intelligent Traffic Control System (ITCS) to Mitigate Congestion Impact in Megacities

  • Enhanced performance of the coordinated traffic light network
  • Application of Computer Vision and AI technology to improve intersection performance
  • Real-time adaptive and predictive traffic control systems, Digital Twin, and Big Data of traffic parameters
Puguh Prakoso
Senior Technical Expert, Dinas Perhubungan Provinsi DKI Jakarta
17:30 
Drink Reception
19:00 
Gala Dinner

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