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Wednesday, September 11, 2019 – Intelligent Mobility Summit at Le Meridien, New Delhi

08:30 to 09:00 REGISTRATION



09:00 to 09:10 INAUGURATION AND OPENING ADDRESS


Speaker:

Aroop Zutshi, Global President & Managing Partner, Frost & Sullivan


09:10 to 10:45 KEYNOTE SESSION: CEOs PANEL ON FUTURE OF MOBILITY – TRANSFORMATIONAL SHIFTS AND GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES IN INDIA


Speakers:

Sarwant Singh, Managing Partner, Frost & Sullivan
Gautam Hari Singhania,
Chairman & Managing Director, Raymond
Vikas Sehgal, Global Partner & Executive Vice Chairman, Rothschild
Nagesh Basavanhalli, MD & CEO, Greaves Cotton Limited
Pankaj Jhunja, Head of Mobility Services, Tata Motors
Chetan Maini, Co-founder and Vice Chairman, SUN Mobility
Anil Srivastava, Principal Consultant & Mission Director, National Mission on Transformative Mobility & Battery Storage, NITI Aayog
Shri Pravin L. Agrawal, Joint Secretary, Department of Heavy Industry, Govt of India


10:45 to 11:00 TEA / COFFEE & NETWORKING BREAK



11:00 to 11:15 PRESENTATION: MOBILITY DATA INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM


The market intelligence industry is changing.We can now collect an unparalleled amount of data from multiple diverse sources. Hence, our customers are no longer willing to base their decisions on estimates. They look forward to fact based figures; they want it fast, real-time and structured. They want Data Intelligence! Through a newly set up subsidiary, Frost & Sullivan has pre-empted this trend and therefore have started to develop Digital Data Intelligence Platforms. Now, we want to expand it, integrate our efforts into a Single Integrated Mobility Terminal. We will deliver Digital data analytics and strategic insights based on it. Our first endeavour focuses on the EV and Hybrid market globally, closely followed by New Mobility in the coming months. F&S’s end-to-end EV and Hybrid Data Intelligence terminal provides information and analytics across the entire vehicle life cycle from Raw Materials to Battery 2nd Life. It covers over 70+ countries, across sales, forecasts, components value chain, charging, incentives and ownership methods. Through our efforts, we aim to become pioneers in shifting from Market intelligence to Digital data intelligence.

Presenter:

Anjan Hemanth Kumar, Research Director – Powertrain and Electric Vehicles, Frost & Sullivan


11:15 to 12:00 PANEL ONE: DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AND EMERGENCE OF NEW BUSINESS MODELS


Traditional models of purchase and ownership are paving way for innovative models of Mobility including Subscription based models and rental / leasing models. Driven by digitization, these new business models are changing the way OEMs are looking at developing vehicles aimed at specific customer segments. This panel will discuss how these new business models will offer opportunities to generate revenues in an era of shared and connected Mobility.

Moderator:

Nabeel A Khan, Editor, ET Auto

Speakers:

Kaushik Madhavan, Vice President – Mobility, South Asia, Frost & Sullivan
Nikunj Sanghi, Chairman, Automotive Skills Development Council – ASDC
Aravind Raman, Head-Strategy and Business Development, Bosch India
Arun Malhotra, Auto Industry Expert & Former MD, Nissan India
Kannan Chakravarthy, Head – Smart Sustainable Mobility Solutions, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd
Jaspreet Bindra, Founder, Digital Matters


12:00 to 12:10 PRESENTATION: IS PROFITABILITY A REALISTIC OUTCOME FOR SHARED MOBILITY BUSINESSES?


Current disruption in the automotive industry is creating a high stakes and highly competitive market space. Skepticism about long-term viability challenges investors and business leaders. However, there are already pockets of success, and proven business models. To compete and lead in the shared mobility space requires a critical to balance of speed to market, delivering exceptional customer experience and well-managed operational costs.

In this session we will share best practice case studies to help:

  1. Identify opportunities to combine multiple service types – ridesharing, carsharing, micromobility, corporate fleet, to ensure a car never sits idle for long.
  2. Understand the leading indicators of consumer engagement throughout their shared mobility experience.
  3. Identify opportunities to build a high performing fleet, the cornerstone of High-yield shared mobility service.

Presenter:

Diptii Tiiku, Senior Director Corporate Marketing, Ridecell


12:10 to 12:55 PANEL TWO: ECOSYSTEM DEVELOPMENT IN THE INDIAN AUTO INDUSTRY – STAKEHOLDER OPPORTUNITIES FOR COLLABORATION WITH NON-AUTOMOTIVE PARTICIPANTS


With innovative business models offering new avenues to generate revenues, there is an increasing need to collaborate with non-automotive industry participants, such as energy / utilities, healthcare, insurance, etc. This has necessitated the establishment of an ecosystem with participation from industry stakeholders and government authorities / policy makers and new Mobility service providers. This panel will discuss how the development of an ecosystem will enable industry stakeholders including educational institutions to contribute to developing affordable and innovative solutions for the Indian market.

Moderator:

Deepangshu Dev Sarmah, Editor-in-Chief, Auto Tech Review

Speakers:

Ramashankar Pandey, Managing Director, Hella India Lighting Ltd.
Karan Jain, Co-Founder, REVV
Nandini Maheshwari, Head, Business Development, Uber India and South Asia
Sohinder Gill, CEO-Global Business, HERO ECO
Viroop Narla, Industry Analyst – Automotive & Transportation, Frost & Sullivan


12:55 to 13:05 PRESENTATION – IMMERSION COOLING 2.0 – “SOLUTIONS FOR AN ELECTRIFIED WORLD”


Originally driven by the vision of integrating the electric drive into all areas of mobility, Kreisel Electric develops the world’s lightest and most efficient high-performance batteries. The core competence of Kreisel include battery development and production, integration & testing, prototyping & serial production and software development. As an international solution-provider, Kreisel Electric develops and produces the most-efficient battery storage packs for e-mobility as well as stationary storage systems.

THE SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION:

The special manufacturing and the innovative thermal management are crucial for the performance, safety and longevity of the Kreisel battery technology. The efficient design also enables cost-effective and fully automated production. The cells inside a Kreisel Battery Pack are constantly flushed with a special liquid so the battery has the perfect temperature at all times. Even at high load, e.g. during acceleration, fast charging or low environment temperatures, the cells remain in the optimal temperature range. This increases the life span and safety of the battery.

The laser connection technology and the unique contacting of the cells ensure minimal electrical resistance and an unmatched degree of efficiency. The compact arrangement of the cells and the innovative integrated cooling system allow a maximum energy density and thus small space requirements.

Presenter:

Markus Kreisel, CEO, Kreisel Electric GmbH & Co KG


13:05 to 14:05 LUNCH BREAK


14:05 to 14:20 PRESENTATION: OPPORTUNITIES IN THE INDIAN FLEET & LEASING MARKET


The leasing industry in India is at an early stage of development with less than 1% penetration of total market. Currently, almost all of the business comes from corporate and commercial businesses, with the retail segment still remain untapped. This is because of various factors such as low customer awareness, cultural preference of owning a vehicle (a status symbol) rather than renting it out etc. This is one major reason for Indian automobile market to be dominated by loans and credit products. In this presentation, we’ll discuss about the key trends in Indian vehicle leasing marketplace, share existing best practices, identify innovative business models and present some future findings. On top will also be discussing the opportunities and emergence of new business solutions around the leasing ecosystem and detail the strategic imperatives to explore these opportunities.

Presenter:

Abishek Narayanan, Program Manager, Frost & Sullivan


14:20 to 15:05 PANEL THREE: CONNECTED, AUTONOMOUS, SHARED & ELECTRIC [CASE] IN INDIA – OPPORTUNITIES FOR COLLABORATIVE DEVELOPMENT


The emphasis on electrification of transport in India, driven by government initiatives such as FAME II is driving investment in electrification, shared mobility and connectivity in vehicles. In line with this, messaging and communication to the customer is shifting toward smart connectivity powered by mobile networks. Today, there is a need to collaborate with young start-ups active in data analytics to share data and generate valuable information that can be used to understand customer preferences and expectations better. This panel will discuss how the future of Mobility in India will evolve toward a Connected, Autonomous, Shared and Electric framework.

Moderator:

Aditi Shah, Senior Correspondent, Reuters News, Thomson Reuters

Speakers:

Vinay Piparsania, Consulting Director – Automotive, CounterPoint
Kunal Khattar, Managing Partner, advantEdge Founders
Aswin Kumar P, Associate Director, South Asia and Middle East – Automotive and Transportation, Frost & Sullivan
Vikash Mishra, Head – External Relations, Lithium Urban Technology


15:05 to 15:35 TEA / COFFEE & NETWORKING BREAK


15:35 to 15:50 PRESENTATION: VEHICLE SUBSCRIPTION AND CARS-AS-A-MARKETPLACE – GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE AND POTENTIAL IN INDIA


By 2025, vehicle subscription is expected to account for 10% of all new vehicles sales in the U.S.and Europe and register over 16 million units both in the new and used car market. Another major shift being powered by the new generation is the fast growing ‘Cars-as-a-Marketplace’ concept is aiming to bring digital retail capabilities into the vehicle. Purchases such as fuel and parking are already being trialed while tasks such as placing food and beverage orders and even booking hotels will happen in near future. E-retailers are expected to play a big role in this development by integrating enabling more skills in the vehicle’s infotainment system in partnership with OEMs.

Speaker:

Viroop Narla, Industry Analyst – Automotive & Transportation, Frost & Sullivan


15:50 to 16:35 PANEL FOUR: VEHICLE LIFE-CYCLE MANAGEMENT – PURCHASE JOURNEY, OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT AND SECOND LIFE OPPORTUNITIES


Fleet operators both in the passenger vehicle and commercial vehicle segments are starting to evaluate vehicle lifecycle management from the journey to purchase, ownership, maintenance and second life applications. This has given rise to opportunities in lifecycle management where we see solutions being offered by software companies and separate entities being established within OEMs to drive connected service / solutions. This panel will discuss how the role of the automotive value chain will evolve as we see service, maintenance and second life being bundled into a common overarching value proposition.

Moderator:

Sumantra Bibhuti Barooah, Executive Editor, Autocar Professional

Speakers:

KK Gandhi, Convener, Centre for Auto Policy & Research
Raghu C Nayak, Managing Director, Porsche Center Bengaluru
Avinash Gupte, Chief Operating Officer-Leasing, Avis India
Satendra Kumar, Program Manager, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan


16:35 to 16:45 CLOSING REMARKS: SUMMARY OF THE DAY’S SESSIONS



18:00 Onwards MOBILITY AWARDS BANQUET
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Frost & Sullivan’s Intelligent Mobility has grown year-on-year to become an industry-recognised event. We are proud to again provide a platform featuring high-profile industry experts and visionaries, thought leaders, parliamentarians and senior executives who gather to debate, discuss and present on the future of mobility and new business models.

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