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Day 1: 28 June 2017 (By Invitation Only)

12:00 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:

Shwetha Surender, Industry Principal, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan

Speakers Include:

Dr Thierry E. Klein, Head of Innovation Management for Verticals, Nokia

Vesa Kiviranta, Vice President, Automotive Solutions, Symbio

Matti Räsänen, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Valmet Automotive

Seppo Kuula, CEO, Siili Solutions Oyj

Edwin Colella, VP Customer Projects, Octo Telematics

Pekka Möttö, CEO, Tuup


16:30-18:30 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.

Chair:

Daniel Zeichner, MP

Speakers Include:

Adrian Hallmark, Director, Corporate Strategy, Jaguar Land Rover Limited

Jens Monsees, Vice President Digitalization, Corporate Planning and Product Strategy, BMW Group

Val Shawcross, CBE, Deputy Mayor, Transport

Jörg Lamparter, CEO, moovel Group

Richard Bruce, Director of Energy, Technology and Innovation Directorate, UK Department for Transport


Day 2
29 June 2017

08:00-08:45 Registration & Breakfast


08:45-09:00 Introduction


09:00-09:20 Keynote Speech


09:20-10:10 Panel One: OEMS' 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, Senior Partner & Partner in Charge EIA, Frost & Sullivan

Speakers Include:

Mark Adams, Vice President , Business Transformation, Toyota Motor Europe

Ponz Pandikuthira, Vice President - Product Portfolio and Advanced Product Strategy, Nissan Europe

Sebastian Peck, Managing Director, InMotion Ventures

Jörg Lamparter, CEO, moovel Group


10:10-10:25 COFFEE BREAK


10:25-11:10 PANEL TWO: DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

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. This panel will hear from selected CDOs of their experiences and the key market trends that are repositioning the industry for the digital era.

Moderator:

Peter Campbell, Motor Industry Correspondent, Financial Times

Speakers Include:

Ogi Redzic, Alliance Senior Vice President, Connected Vehicles and Mobility Services, Renault Nissan

Dr. Julia E. Saini, Global Vice President, Mobility - Aftersales and Retail

Christian Girardeau, Electric Vehicle VP, Building & IT Business, Strategy & Innovation, Schneider Electric

Christoph Stadeler, Head of Automotive Strategy, Facebook

Stuart BlydeHead of Business Development, Shell Retail


11:10-12:10 PANEL THREE: New Mobility Business Models

The transportation landscape is moving very quickly from public and private transport being separate businesses, to a more Integrated Multi Modal Mobility Network, fuelled 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 and Speaker:

Shwetha Surender, Industry Principal, Mobility, Frost & Sullivan

Speakers Include:

Edwin Maria Colella, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, Omoove

Guy Melamed, Chief Product Officer & Head of Strategic Partnerships, GreenRoad

Vivek Vaidya, Vice President - Mobility, APAC, Frost & Sullivan

Johannes Grünenberg, Sales Manager, Invers

Nathan Marsh, UK & Northern Europe Director - Intelligent Mobility, ATKINS

James Molloy, Vehicle Solutions Europe, Uber


12:10-12:20 PRESENTATION: AN INTRODUCTION TO FROST & SULLIVAN'S SMART MOBILITY CITY TRACKER MULTI CLIENT STUDY

A unique global Initiative to identify Smart Mobility Opportunities in 100 key Smart Cities of the Future

Speaker:

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


12:20-12:45 PANEL FOUR: THE FUTURE OF FLYING CARS

Speaker:

Robert Dingemanse, CEO, PAL-V International B.V.

John Mohyi, CEO, Mohyi Labs

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


12:45-13:45 LUNCH


13:45-14:45 INVESTOR PITCH: STARTUPS DISRUPTING THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY VALUE CHAIN

In a recently conducted research, Frost & Sullivan estimates 1,700+ new startups globally disrupting the Personal and Freight Mobility market. Almost every week, there are over twenty startups being launched globally across wide variety of industry sectors. As a result, OEMs, tier- 1 suppliers, financial services and stakeholders from the automotive and transportation industry, are turning their attention towards agile startups as a way to spark and complement their innovation, and bring new services to market rapidly. The investment in new mobility services grew from $13bn to $16bn 2015-2016 alone, a trend expected to continue to increase in 2017. In response to this trend, Frost & Sullivan are supporting a number of startups in their quest to raise capital through providing access to Frost & Sullivan research and expert analysts, branded the "Companies-to-Action“ programme. Prior to the event, this panel will include a screening of over 100 mobility startups with independent judges, with the winners of this process pitching their business to the Intelligent Mobility 2017 audience.

A "Dragons' Den"-style panel will present the winners with support from Frost & Sullivan, and also include a Best Practices presentation from a startup accelerator in Germany.

Moderator:

Sarwant Singh, Senior Partner & Partner in Charge EIA, Frost & Sullivan

Speakers Include:

Sascha Karimpour, Managing Director, Plug and Play Germany, STARTUP AUTOBAHN

Tony Lynch, Founder & CEO, Faxi

Felix Leuschner, Founder & CEO, Drover

Kaj Pyyhtiä, Chief Experience Officer and Co-founder, MaaS Global Oy

Callum Campbell, ‎Co-Founder, AutoNative

Pavana Jain, CEO, and Co-Founder, SHIFTMobility Inc


14:45-15:20 PANEL FIVE: THE FUTURE OF FREIGHT DELIVERY

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:

Christoph Domke, Director Commercial Vehicles, Mobility Practice, Frost & Sullivan

Speakers Include:

Frank Tinschert, VP Telematics & Digital Solutions, MAN Truck & Bus AG

Henry Harris-Burland, VP of Marketing, Starship Technologies

Sandeep Kar, Global Head- Content Transformation; Global Vice President- Mobility, Frost & Sullivan

Manoëlla Wilbaut, Head of Global Commercial Developments - Sustainability, DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation


15:20-15:40 COFFEE BREAK


15:40-16:40 PANEL SIX: CONNECTED AND AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE & 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 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.

Moderator:

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

Speakers Include:

Iain Forbes, Head of the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles - Department for Transport

Leon Hurst, Head of Product Marketing, Connected Car, Jaguar Land Rover

Dr Thierry E. Klein, Head of Innovation Management for Verticals, Nokia

Tom Westendorp, Business Development Manager Autonomous Driving, NVIDIA

Arunprasad Nandakumar, Team Leader - Chassis, Safety & Autonomous Driving Systems, Frost & Sullivan

Lior Sethon, Deputy General Manager, Aftermarket Division, Mobileye


16:40-16:50 PRESENTATION: HEALTH + MOBILITY: HEALTH, WELLNESS & WELLBEING IN CARS

By 2030,  the world of healthcare will be unrecognisable - today's data giants IBM, Amazon, Google will be our healthcare providers. Our cars, homes and workplaces will be our hospitals. Most of the world will be genome sequenced and precision medicine will be revolutionising accurate healthcare treatment. Healthcare will be democratised, data based, automated and driven by consumers themselves. As new players flood this market, it is time for the mobility industry to make its move.

This presentation will provide valuable best practices and insights into the role which Healthcare, Wellness and Wellbeing will play in the cars of the future.

Speaker:

Olivia Price-Walker, Principal Consultant, Visionary Innovation Group, Frost & Sullivan


16:50-17:00 CLOSING PRESENTATION

Sarwant SinghSenior Partner & Partner in Charge EIA, Frost & Sullivan


17:00-18:30 NETWORKING DRINKS

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