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Intelligent Mobility 2016 - Future Business Models in Connected and Automated Mobility workshop and conference, 28/29 June

KTN is, once more, a media partner for Frost & Sullivan’s Intelligent Mobility Future Business Models In Connected And Automated Mobility workshop and conference, the eighth edition of its Intelligent Mobility event, this year on 28 and 29 June at The Jumeirah Carlton Tower, on Sloane Street, London SW1.

Intelligent Mobility 2016 promises demonstrations of the latest developments in the Intelligent Mobility sector, and to spark lively debate, and a lineup of high-level speakers.

Since it was first held, Frost & Sullivan’s Sarwant Singh noted, “we've witnessed mobility as a topic adapt from predominantly new powertrain and electrification of vehicles, to dedicated new mobility vehicles (often micro mobility) and incremental services that can be offered to attract customers that may not need to own a private vehicle, beginning a blurring of the lines between public and private transportation.”


Two-fold impact of new mobility services and autonomous functionality

Sarwant Singh states in his introduction to the event that he believes 2016 to be the year of continued large scale investments and partnerships between the automotive sector and mobility services, through venture capital arms and the core functions of financial services and business innovation in particular.

“The mobility ecosystem is evolving quickly and continues to attract significant investment in 2016.” meaning, “we are moving ever closer to a fully integrated multi-modal mobility network, allowing customers to choose their transport based on the best way to get from A to B rather than a single dimensional approach through the use of private cars.

First & Sullivan goes so far as stating it would place a bet on car manufacturers achieving full autonomous functionality in the next decade; a market it estimates to have revenue potential rising from $10 billion in 2020 to over $65 billion in 2030.



On Day 1, on 28 June 2016 (By Invitation Only), Frost & Sullivan is hosting a debate in the Houses of Parliament, involving 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.

Day 2, on 29 June 2016 is a full day workshop feature debates, panel discussions, and interactive sessions.

  • Panel One: Mega Trends - Joined by OEM, futurists and public policy decision makers bodies to debate the future trends and their impact on mobility.
  • Panel Two: New Mobility Business Models - exploring new business models such as carsharing, ridesharing, demand responsive solutions, smart parking, transport operators and new EV Infrastructure business models. Speakers Include: Alex Torres, CMO, Moovit; Mark Adams, Vice President, Toyota; Tony Douglas, Head of Strategy, Marketing and Communications BMW Mobility Services and Managing Director BMW i Ventures; Julia Steyn, Vice President, Urban Mobility Programs, General Motors; Dr. Bernd Schmaul, CMO, Moovel.
  • Panel Three: Future Of Corporate Mobility - Industry thought leaders from OEMs, technology providers, leasing companies and service end users, to discuss the future of corporate mobility and shift of corporate from total cost of ownership to the cost of mobility business models. Speakers Include: Alessandro Pigazzi, Director of International Consulting, Arva; Patrick Bunnik, CEO, XXImo.
  • Panel Four: Future Of Integrated Transport Solutions - an exploration of integrated transport solutions across all modes of public and private transportation and how they work together. Speakers Include: José Viegas, Secretary-General, International Transport Forum, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development; Thomas Oster, Director – Business Excellence, Arriva; Chris Joyce, Head of Surface Access, Heathrow
  • Panel Five: Future of Connectivity - Speakers Include: Ogi Redzic, Senior Vice President, Connected Vehicles and Mobility Services, Renault Nissan; Thomas Schmidt, Managing Director, Tom Tom Telematics; Martin Hunt, Automotive Industry Practice Lead, British Telecom Global Services; Georg Ell, Country Director, Tesla Motors.
  • Panel Six: Autonomous Business Models - The panel will discuss the business models of autonomous cars in future focusing on key industry participants like role of leasing companies, impact on insurance service providers, business models that will be adopted by car companies and other industry players. Speakers Include: Dr. George Gillespie, OBE, CEO, HORIBA MIRA Ltd Takashi Shirakawa, Senior Vice President, Nissan Technical Centre Europe; Steve Banfield, Chief Marketing Officer, Inrix; Iain Forbes, Head of the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles.




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