Agenda

TIME AGENDA  
09:00 Opening Address and Day 1 Highlights by Chairperson 
ADVANCEMENT IN AUSTRALIA’S INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEM & MAAS
09:15
Keynote: Updates On NSW Government’s $123 Million In Developing The World’s Most Advanced Transport Management System With Real-Time Information And Predictive Technology To Bust Congestion
Janet-Rice-roundedSENATOR JANET RICE
Senator for Victoria
Transport and Infrastructure spokesperson
 For Senator Janet Rice
09:45 Mobility As A Service – The Queensland Perspective
Ishra-Baksh-roundedISHRA BAKSH
Executive Director – Mobility as a Service Program Management (Office of the Director-General)
Department of Transport and Main Roads
Department of Transport and Main Roads
10:15 Morning Refreshments & Networking Session
10:30 Accelerating Mobility As A Service For NSW: Roll-Out Plans, Deployment Challenges And Next Steps
Chris-Bennetts-roundedCHRIS BENNETTS
Executive Director – Digital Products Delivery
Transport for NSW
Transport for NSW
11:00 Interactive Roundtable Discussion:
  • Updates on Australia’s Policy Changes to Connected & Autonomous Vehicles
Steve-Cratchley-roundedSTEVE CRATCHLEY
Pricing Manager, Asset & Advanced Technology
Suncorp
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  • MAAS – What does this mean for Taxis
  Nick-Abrahim-roundedNICK ABRAHIM
Deputy Chief Executive Officer
NSW Taxi Council
NSW Taxi Council
  • Defending Intelligent Transport Network Against Cyber Attacks
  • Advances in Co-Operative ITS
  • Advances (including Cooperative) Collision Avoidance Systems for Autonomous Vehicles
  • Innovations in Mobility as a Service
  • On-Demand Public Transportation
  • Innovations and Emerging Technologies in V2X and Co-Operative ITS
    When vehicles are connected to one another and are able to exchange information with the infrastructure, the accident risk is reduced and pollutant emissions go down. Vehicle-to-everything communication (V2X) helps improve traffic flow and is an important step on the road to automated driving. The new capabilities of future mobility will only be able to develop their full potential with a stable and reliable data connection.
INNOVATIONS IN INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEM
12:00
Innovations In AI And Machine Learning In Predicting Traffic Conditions And Creating Adaptive Network Systems
12:30 Networking Luncheon
13:30 On-Demand Transport – What Role on The Multimodal Journey?
Sue-Wiblin-roundedSUE WIBLIN
Project Director for Keoride
Keolis Downer
Keolis Downer
14:00 Advances In Smart Parking Deployment And Technologies To Reduce Urban Congestion
Roger-Rooney-roundedROGER ROONEY
Consultant – Smart City, Parking and Digital Transformation 
14:30 Learning Lessons From Deployment Of Autonomous Cars And Shuttles On Australian Roads
Evan-Walker-roundedEVAN WALKER
Director, Smart Innovation Centre
Transport for NSW
Transport for NSW
15:00 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking Session
15:30 The Future Of Smart Roads, Solar Highways And Intelligent Infrastructures
Ann-Turner-roundedDR ANN TURNER
Director Information Management and Modernisation Program
NSW Department of Family and Community Services
NSW Department of Family and Community Services
16:00 The Expectations of Technology to Deliver Radical Improvements to Transport and Transit Networks are Unrealistic
Charles--Casuscelli-RFD-roundedCHARLES CASUSCELLI RFD
Chief Executive Officer
Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils
Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils
16:30 Future Mobility, What Coming and is Australia Ready?
Scott-Nargar-roundedSCOTT NARGAR
Public Relations, Manager of Future Mobility & Government Relations
Hyundai
Hyundai
 17:00 Q&A Session & Closing Remark by Conference Chairperson
 17:15 Champagne Networking 
image-3Enjoy a glass of champagne whilst networking with other like-minded individuals on topics that are of most interest to you and fellow delegates.
TIME AGENDA  
09:00 Opening Address and Day 2 Highlights by Chairperson 
TRANSFORMING SMART CITIES WITH INNOVATIONS IN URBAN MOBILITY
09:15
How Integrating Technology Fosters A New Transport Eco-System 
Pascal-Labouze-roundedPASCAL LABOUZE
Executive Director Operational Systems
Transport for NSW
Transport for NSW
09:45 Data Analytics And Transportation Modelling In Fast-Changing Urban Infrastructure: Better Traffic Management From Big Data
Chris-Koniditsiotis-roundedCHRIS KONIDITSIOTIS
Advisor and Consultant
Former CEO of TCA
10:15 Morning Refreshments & Networking Session
10:30 Intelligent Traffic Management – Data Driven Driving
In the “Talking Traffic Partnership” (https://www.talkingtraffic. com/en) the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment collaborates with several public and private parties to deliver up-todate traffic information from a wide variety of data sources to road users via smartphones and personal or onboard navigation systems. KPN (The Netherlands incumbent Telco) was selected as IT partner
for Talking Traffic, and Klarrio was commissioned to design, build, maintain, and operate the platform. This presentation will:
  • Outline the government’s objectives
  • Discuss the uniqueness of the platform
  • Demonstrate the platform in action
Klarrio-Wagdy-Samir-roundedWAGDY SAMIR
CEO
Klarrio Asia Pacific

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11:00 On Demand Public Transport in Sydney, What Lessons Have Been Learned 
Nick-Abrahim-roundedNICK ABRAHIM
Deputy Chief Executive Officer
NSW Taxi Council
NSW Taxi Council
11:30 Uber Air: How On-Demand Flying Taxi Has The Potential To Radically Improve Urban Mobility
Charles-Allen-roundedCHARLES ALLEN
Head of NSW and ACT
Uber
uber
12:00 How We Are Modernising Our Railway Moving From Conventional Operating Practices To New Digital Systems Supported With AI And Automation 
Tony-Eid-roundedTONY EID
Executive Director, Future Network Delivery
Sydney Trains
Sydney Trains
12:30 Networking Luncheon
13:30
Panel: Impact Of Mobility As A Service On Future Of Urban Mobility
Roger-Rooney-roundedROGER ROONEY
Consultant – Smart City, Parking and Digital Transformation 
Steve-Cratchley-roundedSTEVE CRATCHLEY
Pricing Manager, Asset & Advanced Technology
Suncorp
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Phillip-Brooks-roundedCHIEF INSPECTOR PHILLIP BROOKS
Stakeholder Manager
NSW Police Force
NSW Police Force
Chris-Bennetts-roundedCHRIS BENNETTS
Executive Director – Digital Products Delivery
Transport for NSW
Transport for NSW
Nick-Abrahim-roundedNICK ABRAHIM
Deputy Chief Executive Officer
NSW Taxi Council
NSW Taxi Council
Evan-Walker-roundedEVAN WALKER
Director, Smart Innovation Centre
Transport for NSW
Transport for NSW
14:30 The Impact of Carshare and Mobility as a Service: a Model for Congestion-Busting in Local Communities
Justin-Passaportis-roundedJUSTIN PASSAPORTIS
General Manager – Victoria & South Australia
GoGet
GoGet
15:00 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking Session
DISRUPTIVE INNOVATIONS TRANSFORMING THE FUTURE OF TRANSPORTATION TODAY
15:30 Moving Beyond Motoring…… Bringing MaaS to the Masses
 Rebecca-Michael-roundedDR REBECCA MICHAEL
Head of Public Policy
RACQ
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16:00 Latest Developments In Automated Truck Platooning, Connectivity And Deployment Challenges
Rita-Excell-roundedRITA EXCELL
Executive Director
ADVI
 ADVI
16:30 Accelerating to an Electric Future
Rohan-Lund-roundedROHAN LUND
Chief Executive Officer
National Road and Motorists Association (NRMA)
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 17:00 Q&A Session & Closing Remark by Conference Chairperson
 AGENDA 
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 A
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.
Site Tour B

Space in Each Site Tour is Limited, Registrations Will Be Available On First Come, First Reserved Basis