2017 Programme

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) – from Concept to Delivery

 
DAY 1
 
1000 Coffee
 
1050
WELCOME
Nick Higham, Journalist and Broadcaster
 
1100
OPENING KEYNOTES – SETTING THE SCENE
Anne Berner, Minister of Transport and Communications, Government of Finland
The role of central governments in delivering MaaS, and the implications for central government policies and funding
 
1125
Sampo Hietanen, CEO, MaaS Global
Why Mobility as a Service will revolutionise transport provision – with huge implications for society as a whole. 
 
1150
Questions
 
SESSION ONE
MAAS MARKET ANALYSIS
 
1200
Winners, losers and the size of the prize - change of spending from car to public transport
Shwetha Surender, Programme Manager – Mobility, Frost & Sullivan
 
1225
What does MaaS mean for vertical transport organisations – bus, train, metro and taxi companies
Lucy Yu, Head of Innovation, Department for Transport, UK
 
1250 Questions
 
1300 Lunch
 
SESSION TWO
TECHNOLOGY AND COMMON STANDARDS
 
1350
One app everywhere – creating common MaaS standards
Jacob Bangsgaard, CEO, Ertico - ITS Europe
 
1415
Harnessing the power of location – cloud computing for MaaS operators
Mika Rytkonen, Director and Head of Business Development, HERE
 
1440 
Enabling reliable, resilient and scalable MaaS – the importance of balancing regulation with open standards
Mike Holdsworth, Sector Development Director, Transportation, Inmarsat                                                        
 
1505 Questions
 
1510 Tea
 
SESSION THREE
WINNING SUPPORT – THE DEVIL IN THE DETAIL
 
1530
MaaS as a driver of environmental improvements - supporting the need for radical changes in travel choices and behaviour
Professor Margaret Bell, Professor of Transport and Environment, Newcastle University
 
1555
Managing and allocating road space
Koenraad Verduyn, Group Director Sales Europe, PTV Group
 
1620 Questions
 
1630
ITS/ATI21 MaaS Market Survey – results and report
Paul Brubaker, CEO and President, Alliance for Transportation Innovation
 
1650
EXPERTS PANEL SESSION – MAKING MAAS HAPPEN
Jacob Bangsgaard, Ertico - ITS Europe; Professor Margaret Bell, Newcastle University; Paul Brubaker, Alliance for Transportation Innovation; Sampo Hietanen, MaaS Global; António Murta, A-to-Be
 
1730 CLOSE OF DAY ONE - DRINKS AND CANAPÉS RECEPTION
 
 
DAY 2
 
0815 Coffee
 
0850
 
WELCOME
Nick Higham, Journalist and Broadcaster
 
0900
OPENING KEYNOTE 
Michael Hurwitz, Director of Transport Innovation, Transport for London
MaaS in major cities: its potential and obstacles to progress
 
SESSION FOUR
FINANCE AND REGULATION – FOLLOWING THE MONEY
 
0925
The Maas transformation: how much for the convenience?
Andy Taylor, Director of Global Strategy, Cubic Transportation Systems
 
0950
The MaaS effect on the business of transport
Andrew Pickford, Director of Infrastructure and Transport Advisory Services, MVA Hong Kong and
Martin Higgitt, Market Director Sustainable Travel and Transport, SYSTRA
 
1015
Seamless connectivity and sustainable business models in a MaaS world 
Tim Gammons, Director, Smarter Mobility and ITS, Arup
 
1035
MaaS Payments - delivering user convenience and seamless transactions
Will Judge, Head of Urban Mobility, Mastercard
 
1055 Questions
 
1110 Coffee
 
SESSION FIVE
PROJECT REPORTS – PUTTING MAAS IDEAS INTO PRACTICE
 
1130
Lessons from Gothenburg: how to scale up the first-ever MaaS pilot
Hans Arby, CEO, UbiGo and Adam Laurell, Consultant, Samtrafiken.
 
1155
Delivering MaaS in Denver – a Faster, Cheaper, Greener Approach
Sean Mackin, Branch Manager, ABM Parking and Transportation Colorado, and Former Manager, Parking and Mobility Services,  City and County of Denver, USA
 
1225
Lessons from Vienna and Austria; tomorrow’s ecosystem to enable MaaS activities in your city
Martin Russ, Managing Director AustriaTech and Michael Kieslinger, Managing Partner, Fluidtime Data Services
 
1250 Questions
 
1300 Lunch
 
SESSION SIX
A MAAS FUTURE – AND HOW TO GET THERE
 
1350 
What can autonomous vehicles contribute to a MaaS future?
Daniel Peterson, Director of Transportation Planning, Dewberry, USA
 
1415
How should local authorities participate in MaaS?
Richard Harris, Mobility as a Service Alliance, and Member of Supervisory Board, ERTICO
 
1440
The user experience and the first and last kilometre - matching the convenience of the car 
Jack Opiola, A-to-Be Advisory Board Member
 
1505
CLOSING PANEL DEBATE – WHERE TO NOW?
Hans Arby, CEO, UbiGo; Richard Harris, Mobility as a Service Alliance; Jack Opiola, A-to-Be; Martin Russ, AustriaTech; Andy Taylor, Cubic.
 
1545
TEA AND END OF CONFERENCE
 
*The organisers reserve the right to change the programme at any time