About The Forum

With the conception of smart city transmuting cities into digital societies, making the life of its citizens easy in every facet, Intelligent Transport System becomes the indispensable component among all. In any city, mobility is a key concern.

As economies, populations, migration, commerce and consumer demand grow, so does the pressure on transport infrastructure and systems, from its users and others who depend on it. This has become increasingly evident over the last few decades, with increasing road congestion and overcrowding on public transport. The emphasis is now on ensuring that users benefit from reliable and resilient transport.

People and businesses want transport that is safe, cost-effective, reliable, convenient and respectful of their environment. Leveraging citizens with an Intelligent Transport System can save their time and make the city even smarter. Intelligent Transport System (ITS) aims to achieve traffic efficiency by minimizing traffic problems.

Understanding your need to stay ahead of the technology curve and prepare your organization for successful transformation, transition and implementation, Clariden Global cordially invites you to the INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT AND MOBILITY AS A SERVICE GLOBAL FORUM: Disruptive Innovations Changing the Future of Mobility Today this coming September 2019 at Sydney, Australia.

Throughout the 2 days of thought leadership content-filled event, there will be plenty of opportunities for networking and experience sharing. You can maximize your forum experience by attending the keynote sessions, panel discussions, interactive roundtables and site tours providing actionable takeaways to bring back to the office. You will also acquire insights, solutions and strategies that governments and organizations across the globe are using to accelerate their Intelligent Transport transformations.

Why You Must Join Us At This Forum

6 Powerful Reasons To Attending The Forum

  1. Discover breakthrough innovations that are shaping the future of mobility today – from Hyperloop to Volocopter, Uber Air and V2X
  2. Gain insights into mobility as a service‘s current state of play, global success case studies and business models
  3. Understand how 5G will play an exciting role in development of autonomous cars, shuttles and buses
  4. Visit autonomous shuttle and next generation mobility site tours to understand deployment challenges and new technology implementations
  5. Hear from 20+ case studies from 30+ transport leaders globally
  6. Network with global transport forum leaders to catalyze new ideas and shape the future of transport today

The Forum At A Glance


  • Keynote: Updates on NSW Government’s $123 Million in Developing the World’s Most Advanced Transport Management System
  • Innovations in Mobility as a Service: Roll-Out Plans & Deployment Challenges
  • Innovations and Emerging Technologies in V2X and Co-Operative ITS
  • AI and Machine Learning in Creating Adaptive Network Systems
  • Learning Lessons from Deployment of Autonomous Cars and Shuttles


  • Data Analytics and Transportation Modelling In Fast-Changing Urban Infrastructure
  • Advancement of Smart Mobility in Singapore With the World’s First Autonomous Taxi
  • On-Demand Public Transport: Lessons Learnt from Deployment
  • Volocopter Air Taxis – Bringing Mobility as a Service into the Third Dimension
  • Latest Developments in Automated Truck Platooning, Hyperloop and More

Unique To This Year's Event


SITE TOUR A: Autonomous NSW Shuttle Deployment Site Tour at Sydney Olympic Park

The state government of NSW has recently reinforced its position on driverless technology, committing to a new “Centre of Excellence” for autonomous cars. In this site tour, you will visit recent deployment of autonomous shuttle at Sydney Olympic Park and Armidale CBD where you will discover the deployment challenges and learning lessons from autonomous shuttle. The five-kilometre route is currently the longest driverless shuttle deployment in Australia and, due to the city’s challenging road infrastructure and terrain, is understood to be among the more complex routes for automated vehicles.

SITE TOUR B: Mosman Council Smart Parking

Parking is one of the great banes of traffic; an IBM study found that approximately 30% of a city’s traffic congestion is caused by drivers searching for a parking spot. But smart parking systems are now making it easier for drivers to find vacant parking spaces, in turn freeing up the roads – which benefits drivers, commuters and the environment alike. In Mosman, where a 2016 survey revealed that 33% of locals think traffic and parking will be the big issue facing the area over the next decade, such technology is already taking off. Join us for a visit to Mosman Council to see their smart parking tech in action: how it improves the parking user experience, what challenges were faced and overcome, what opportunities for improvement remain and more.