Bringing Smart Mobility to Asia-Pacific
With the rise of innovation and digitalisation as the new drivers of urbanisation, cities around the world are actively looking for solutions to make their infrastructure systems more resilient, better integrated and consumer-focused.
Cities in Asia-Pacific are going through this unprecedented change: local governments start implementing smart cities policies, leverage IT infrastructure technologies, integrate software solutions in urban planning. Policy makers conceptualise the smart cities vision, applying a new set of data tools and evidence-based regulations to make urban ecosystem fit for a digital age. Consumers, as well, are changing their habits, considering environmental footprint and overall efficiency of preferred mobility options.
The FIA Smart Cities eForum will deep dive into main trends in smart cities development in Asia-Pacific, focusing on the case studies demonstrating the smart and sustainable mobility transition.
Key Drivers of Smarter Mobility Across the Region
Jean Todt, President, FIA
Realising the Potential of Sustainable Mobility in Asia-Pacific
The Opening Panel will highlight priorities in the smart and sustainable mobility agenda across the FIA Member Clubs in Asia-Pacific. By sharing recent project innovations and policy initiatives, the panelists will point to the key mobility trends that will be addressed throughout the eForum.
Greig Craft, Founder & President, AIP Foundation, Region II President, FIA
Ye Chun, Deputy Director of Shenzhen Nanshan District
Trust and Safety in Autonomous Mobility systems: a Human-centered Approach
Dr Martin Tomitsch, Professor of Interaction Design & Director of Innovation – Education Enterprise & Engagement (EEE), University of Sydney
COFFEE BREAK & VISIT OF THE EXPO HALL
PANEL DISCUSSION I
How Technology Becomes Enabler of Intelligent Urban Mobility
Ian Christensen, Managing Director, iMOVE Cooperative Research Center
Guillaume Gerondeau, Vice President,Transportation & Mobility Industry Asia, Dassault Systèmes
Nick Marks, Managing Director and CEO, Intelematics Australia
PANEL DISCUSSION II
Zero Carbon Transport Strategies in Cities Across Asia-Pacific
Technological advances in clean mobility catalyse important changes in urban mobility ecosystems and the way in which consumers perceive environmental targets. Electrification of transport, new active mobility modes, stricter CO2 standards are all expected to create profound economic and social effects, leading to a shift in consumer demand and infrastructure development strategies. This session will highlight different ways to reduce transport related emissions through the use of advanced technologies and more efficient infrastructure planning.
Emma Harrington, CEO Motoring and Membership, NRMA, Australia
David Shelton, Sustainable Development and Climate Change Department, Asian Development Bank
Dr. Prof. Lijun Zhang, Dean of School of Automotive Studies, Tongji University Director of Clean Energy Vehicle Engineering Center
FORMULA E INSIGHTS
Technological excellence of electric urban series of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship has reached new heights, with stronger battery capacity, longer ranges and new connectivity potential. Leading Formula E teams with HQs in different Asian countries will share their insights on how the Championship's electrification strategy can be translated in day-to-day mobility solutions.
Vincent Wang, CEO, NIO 333 Formula E Team
FIA SMART CITIES GLOBAL START-UP CONTEST
The FIA Smart Cities Global Start-up Contest showcases the most competitive entrepreneurs in the area of smart and sustainable mobility. The winner of the Asian edition of the Contest will present their innovative mobility solution to the audience.
Arun Sreyas, Co-founder, RACEnergy
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EXPO HALL: FIA SMART CITIES PARTNERS & STAKEHOLDERS
The eForum will be moderated by Edie Lush, Executive Editor, Hub Culture.