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Tuesday, June 19, 2019 – Intelligent Vehicle and Mobility Solutions from Finland (By Invitation Only)

11:30 to 14:00


Finland has an attractive eco-system for supporting the development of intelligent transport and mobility solutions. In areas such as solutions for the Connected Car, Intelligent Transport Systems, and Mobility as a Service, Finland has a strong representation across the spectrum of activities that constitute smart and intelligent transport solutions. The lunch reception by the Finnish Ambassador on Day 1 of Frost & Sullivan’s annual Intelligent Mobility Event, is to be held at the Finnish Residence in London to learn more about these developments, and meet with leading intelligent mobility solution providers.

Facilitator:

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Tuesday, June 19, 2019 – Parliamentary Debate (By Invitation Only)

15:30 to 17:00


We will be organising a debate in the prestigious Houses of Parliament. We aim to be joined by Parliamentarians, vehicle manufacturers, automotive suppliers, mobility service providers, & policy makers, to debate the impact of intelligent mobility solutions on both personal and public transportation business models.

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Wednesday, June 20, 2019 – Intelligent Mobility Summit

08:00 to 08:30


Registration & Breakfast


08:30 to 09:00


Introduction


09:00 to 09:20


Keynote Speech


09:20 to 10:10 PANEL ONE: OEMS’ AND SUPPLIERS’ VISION OF THE FUTURE OF MOBILITY


Changing mobility habits among consumers are fuelling an aggressive exploration of new business models by automakers that could potentially be an additional source of revenue for the OEMs. These downstream automotive services, including New Mobility business models, Fintech, Driving and Vehicle Services, are expected to grow from $1.1tr globally to over $2.9tr by 2025. Automakers are therefore increasingly shifting gears from only selling vehicles to offering their own mobility and related services. OEMs are employing multiple strategies from data monetisation to targeting “City as a Customer”, whereby they can generate additional revenues from these downstream services. This panel will debate and demonstrate the cutting-edge mobility trends disrupting the market and features presentations from OEMs with a passion for changing the way we move in cities.

Moderator:

Sarwant Singh, Board Member and Senior Partner, Frost & Sullivan

Speakers:

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10:10 to 10:40 COFFEE BREAK



10:40 to 11:30 PANEL TWO: CAR AS AN IoT PLATFORM – NEW USE CASES, PRICING & BUSINESS MODELS


Moderator:

Dr. Julia E. Saini, Global Vice President, Mobility – Aftersales and Retail, Frost & Sullivan

Speakers:

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11:30 to 12:20 PANEL THREE: NEW MOBILITY BUSINESS MODELS AND NEW INDUSTRY PLAYERS


The transportation landscape is moving very quickly from public and private transport being separate businesses, to a more Integrated Multi Modal Mobility Network, fueled by changing demographics, preferences, and technology. From on-demand transportation to offering first- and last-mile connectivity, new entrants are pushing the envelope in terms of providing transportation experiences. The industry is also witnessing new disruptive revenue generation opportunities from Driving services (estimated to be around $125bn by 2025) like Location-based services, User-based Insurance, Data- Driven, Infotainment and Concierge services. This panel will explore these new business models and debate the opportunity and best practices for success.

Moderator:

Shwetha Surender, Industry Principal, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan

Speakers:

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12:20 to 12:40 PRESENTATION: CAR AS A MARKETPLACE


Speakers:

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12:40 to 13:40 LUNCH



13:40 to 14:25 PANEL FOUR: CONNECTED AND AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES & FUTURE BUSINESS MODELS


The long-term disruption of the mobility industry is likely to arise when fleets of autonomous vehicles are present in large volumes on our roads. We are already seeing significant efforts in R&D from major mobility players globally, and the positioning of several technology providers as a potential future supply chain. At scale, this is expected to realise a convergence of mobility trends – namely electric, connected, shared and autonomous. Given the significant impact and policy changes that are required to fully enable this market, this session will consider the current trends and technology developments of connected and autonomous vehicles, whilst predicting the future business models that will emerge.

Moderator:

Benny Daniel, Vice President – Consulting, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan

Speakers:

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14:25 to 15:10 PANEL FIVE: SMART CITIES AND THEIR FUTURE MOBILITY STRATEGY


In this panel F&S Smart Mobility team will showcase results from its 12 month research on 100 Smart cities. The session will provide a detailed analysis of the Smart mobility initiatives within the targeted cities, identify the digitalization initiatives from the city policy makers and provide a road-map of implementation of new mobility business models. The team will showcase data and clustering of the cities across 150 data points that have been developed by the team. The panel will invite city legislators and policy makers in a strong debate with corporates to define future vision of our cities of the future.

Moderator:

Franck Leveque, Partner & Business Unit Leader, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan

Speakers:

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15:10 to 15:40 COFFEE BREAK



15:40 to 16:25 PANEL SIX: FUTURE OF FREIGHT MOBILITY PANEL FOCUSING ON LOGISTICS, SUPPLY CHAIN AND COMMERCIAL VEHICLES


The retail industry has been transformed by the growth of online shopping and marketplaces. Furthermore, the “on-demand” expectations of customers are demanding faster more and transparent deliveries of products. This is leading to a transformation of the freight delivery businesses, enabled by several new technologies. This panel will hear the experiences of a combination of new freight service providers and how the established larger 3PL logistics firms and commercial vehicle manufacturers are transforming their businesses and products to leverage new technologies to grow their businesses.

Moderator:

Franck Leveque, Partner & Business Unit Leader, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan

Speakers:

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16:25 to 16:45 PRESENTATION: QUANTUM COMPUTING


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16:45 to 17:00 CLOSING PRESENTATION


Sarwant Singh, Board Member and Senior Partner, Frost & Sullivan

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