Day Two - Future Vehicles Stream

08:30
Registration and welcome refreshments

08:50
Opening remarks from the chair

Dr Neil Temperley
Consultant: Future Cities; Transport & Logistics; Clusters & Living Labs; Data & Technology
 

09:00
Making driverless cars a game changer – milestones and challenges
  • Paving the way for autonomous vehicles – from trials to broader adoption
  • Integrating driverless cars with urban mobility
  • Tracking when driverless cars will go mainstream
  • Clarifying the regulatory and policy reforms

Brian Haratsis
Executive Chairman
Macroplan Dimasi

09:30
Electric vehicle outlook: Global drivers and implications for australia
  • State of the global EV market
  • Global drivers for electric car and bus uptake
  • Implications for Australian infrastructure and industry

Ali Asghar
Senior Associate - Power, Energy Storage & Electric Vehicles
Bloomberg New Energy Finance

10:00
Safety and implications of policies on connected and automated vehicles (CAV)
  • Latest research into CAV and safety
  • Why CAV safety is an important component for future vehicles
  • What the current findings mean for the future vehicles sector

Jerome Carslake
Manager, National Road  Safety Partnership Program 
Australian Road Research Board

Dickson Leow
Principle Technology Leader
Australian Road Research Board

10:30
Morning tea and exhibition viewing

ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES

11:00
Reducing the auto sector’s carbon footprint – developments for hydrogen technology
  • Reinforcing the auto sector’s commitment to hydrogen technology
  • Mapping the future of hydrogen-powered vehicles
  • Clarifying how fuel cell electric vehicles work by transforming hydrogen into electric energy, to drives electric

Scott Nargar
Manager, Future Mobility and Government
Hyundai

GETTING READY FOR THE FUTURE

11:30
Planning for a driverless future: why the insurance sector needs to adapt
  • Why automakers are experimenting with fleet-based ownership of autonomous vehicles
  • How this impacts the insurance sector with ownership and liability
  • Where individual vs group car ownership will change
  • Future of ride-sharing services and fleet ownership
  • Implications for premiums, private or group ownership
  • Trends involving urbanisation, ride-sharing and future of car ownership
  • Future sources of revenue for the insurance sector

Steve Cratchley
Pricing Manager, Asset & Advanced Technology
Suncorp

FUTURE OF INSURANCE – TRENDS AND OPPORTUNITIES
12:00
Lunch and showcase viewing

Combined Plenary Session

All delegates will re-join the main conference plenary to discuss the big issues and share their thoughts from the day.

13:00
PROTECTING TRANSPORT NETWORKS AGAINST ATTACKS

The transportation industry is becoming increasingly digitalised.How do operators uphold customer expectations around mobility, while keeping them safe?

  • Protecting transport hubs in an era of super-connectivity
  • Managing the uptake of IoT networks, sensors and devices
  • Delivering a best-practice blueprint for physical and digital security
  • Staying alert to unanticipated gaps across transport systems

Matt Tett
Managing Director
Enex TestLab

13:30
Reframing the narrative around mobility, city and infrastructure planning
  • Investing in scalable infrastructure for transportation and cities
  • Integrating this infrastructure with forward-thinking for liveable cities
  • Building high-quality mobility networks that offer people choices in how they move
  • Overcoming reliance on a single mode or supplier of mobility
  • Ensuring access to multiple modes of transport as part of city planning

Dr Neil Temperley
Consultant: Future Cities; Transport & Logistics; Clusters & Living Labs; Data & Technology
 

14:00
Afternoon break
14:30
PANEL DISCUSSION: WHY TRANSPORT IS PIVOTAL TO LINKING PEOPLE, PLACES, GOODS, SERVICES AS WELL AS ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES

Transport systems cannot be planned in isolation from other aspects of city governance. This incorporates city planners, health departments, social services, civil society, private business and other stakeholders. They must participate in decision making. This panel examines the role transport plays to:

  • Promote wellbeing and the safe movement of people or goods
  • Improve mass public transport against a backdrop of population growth, congestion and over-stretched resources
  • Minimise air pollution through alternative energy sources
  • Maximise economic, social and environmental development

Moderator:

Professor John Nelson
Chair, Public Transport, Institute of Transport & Logistics Studies
University of Sydney Business Solutions School

Panellists:

Brian Haratsis
Executive Chairman
Macroplan Dimasi

Danie Beukman
Senior Manager, Global Government Relations for Cruise Automation
Cruise Automation
 
Justin Passaportis 
General Manager - Victoria & South Australia
GoGet Carshare
15:15
Putting people at the very heart of your strategy to drive inclusive and sustainable mobility for all
Emilie Perrot
Head of Inclusive Transport at Metro Trains Melbourne
and WeInclusive Founder and Director
15:45
CLOSING REMARKS FROM CHAIR AND END OF CONFERENCE