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Thursday, October 31st, 2019 – Intelligent Mobility Summit at Tokyo American Club, Tokyo, Japan

08:30 to 09:00 REGISTRATION



09:00 to 09:10 INTRODUCTION



09:10 to 09:20 OPENING SPEECH


Speaker:

Robin Joffe, Partner and Japan President, Frost & Sullivan Japan


09:20 to 09:50 KEYNOTE SPEECH


Speaker:

Sarwant Singh, Managing Partner, Frost & Sullivan


09:50 to 10:30 THEME 1: INDUSTRIES VISION OF THE FUTURE OF MOBILITY (PANEL DISCUSSION)


Changing mobility habits among consumers are fuelling an aggressive exploration of new business models that could potentially be an additional source of revenue for the industry stakeholders. 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. At the same time, new mobility players are emerging across the value chain from Ride hailing firms to start ups that are now developing flying urban vehicles that will help us travel in the 3rd dimension. This panel will debate and demonstrate the cutting-edge mobility trends disrupting the market and features presentations from OEMs and industry stakeholders who have a passion for changing the way we move in cities.

Moderator:

Masaki Honda, Senior Consulting Director, APAC, Mobility Practice, Frost & Sullivan

Speakers:

Tomohiro Fukuzawa, Co-representative Director of CARTIVATOR and CEO of SkyDrive.Inc
Shintaro Hirato,
Business Development Japan, Otonomo
Junya Nishimura, Head, Next Generation Mobility Team (MaaS), Odakyu Electric Railway
Yves Helven, Managing Director, Connector K.K.


10:30 to 10:45 PRESENTATION – CURRENT & FUTURE MOBILITY IN CHINA

Presenter:

Oliver Zhang, Consulting Director – Mobility Group, Frost & Sullivan, China, Shanghai


10:45 to 11:15 COFFEE BREAK & NETWORKING



11:15 to 12:00 THEME 2: DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY (PRESENTATIONS)


As technology advances in mobility at a rapid pace, the digital offerings from the automotive industry will be the future differentiator across brands, both at the front end but also at the back end, including connected supply chains and the Industrial Internet of Things. Whether through digital retailing, financing, or connected and automated driving-related content, digitisation is becoming such a key topic for OEMs that they’re installing new C suite positions for Chief Digital Officers and investing heavily in new digital services. This panel will hear from industry participants of their experiences and the key market trends that are repositioning the industry for the digital era.

Presenters:

Vivek Vaidya, Associate Partner and Senior Vice President, Mobility Practice, Asia Pacific, Frost & Sullivan
Steven Paul SchwinkeGlobal Head, Connected Vehicles, Tech Mahindra
Shyuhei Takahashi, Senior Business Development Manager – Automotive Industry, Amazon Web Services Japan


12:00 to 12:15 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:

Sarwant Singh, Managing Partner, Frost & Sullivan


12:15 to 13:00 THEME 3: FUTURE OF CONNECTED & AUTONOMOUS CARS AND NEW BUSINESS MODELS (PRESENTATIONS)


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 impacts and policy changes that are required to fully enable this market, this panel will consider the current trends and technology developments from industry and policy experts, and longer-term projections, roadmaps and impacts of connected and autonomous vehicles, whilst predicting the future business models that will emerge.

Presenters:

Sarwant Singh, Managing Partner, Frost & Sullivan
Makoto Kawashima, Director of Sensor Business Department, Murata
Mark Thomas, VP – Marketing and Alliances, Ridecell


13:00 to 14:30 LUNCH AND AWARD CEREMONY


14:30 to 15:15 THEME 4: GLOBAL ELECTRIFICATION TRENDS AND NEW VEHICLE ARCHITECTURES (PRESENTATIONS)


We at Frost & Sullivan believe that the future of the Powertrain in vehicles will be electric. Everything from 2-wheelers to 18-wheeler commercial vehicles are expected to be Electric, and these could be mild, full hybrids and also 100% electric vehicles. It is expected that 3 mn Plug in and full battery electric vehicles will be sold in 2019, which is expected to be a 35% growth from 2018 sales. We will see over 350 models of vehicles and battery pricing falling below $100KWH by 2025 with new chemistries like solid state batteries emerging. OEMs will also build new vehicle platforms and architectures.

This session will discuss the future growth opportunities in the Electric vehicles eco system, OEMs strategies for building dedicated vehicle architectures using skate board approach, new and future battery chemistries and opportunities across the entire value chain. This will include future component strategies and also 2nd life of batteries.

Presenters:

Vivek Vaidya, Associate Partner and Senior Vice President, Mobility Practice, Asia Pacific, Frost & Sullivan
Markus Kreisel, CEO, Kreisel Electric GmbH & Co KG
Katsuko Kozuka, GM, Japan EV Business Department, Nissan Motor Company


15:15 to 15:55 THEME 5: SMART CITIES AND THEIR FUTURE MOBILITY STRATEGY (PANEL DISCUSSION)


In this session 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 them.

Moderator:

Yoshiro Tsuruhara, CEO, AutoInsight, Inc

Speakers:

Lorena Isla, Director, Latin America – Mobility, Frost & Sullivan
Yudai Mori, General Manager of MaaS Division, Navitime Japan Co. Ltd
Guillaume Gerondeau, Vice President – Transportation & Mobility Industry Asia, Dassault Systèmes
Haruyuki Miyadai, Senior Economist, Institute of International Economic Studies
Franck Leveque, Partner & Business Unit Leader, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan


15:55 to 16:25 COFFEE BREAK & NETWORKING



16:25 to 17:10 THEME 6: FUTURE TRENDS IN GOODS TRANSPORTATION (PRESENTATIONS)


Transport & Logistics form the backbone of economic and social networks, accounting for 10-12% of the world’s GDP and 20-30% of vehicles operating in cities. Urbanisation, connectivity, e-commerce, and new business models are transforming an industry that is struggling with extremely low margins and intensifying regulatory pressures. Research shows that road transport, both in long-haul and city logistics, is not as efficient as it appears. Thus, the industry is embracing C.A.S.E: Connected, Automated, Services-based business models, and Electric. As change unfolds, what will be the implications and opportunities for traditional market players? What form will such upheaval take? What strategies will be required to convert these disruptive trends into channels for growth and innovation?

Presenters:

Franck Leveque, Partner & Business Unit Leader, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan
Ilhami Arslanoglu, VP Auto-Mobility Asia Pacific & Regional Head, DHL CSI Asia Pacific
Raita Kobayashi, General Manager, NEXT Logistics Japan


17:10 to 17:25 CLOSING PRESENTATION


Speaker:

Robin Joffe, Partner and Japan President, Frost & Sullivan Japan


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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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