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Forum Day Two: Tuesday, 14 March 2017

08:00 AM - 08:50 AM Registration and welcome refreshments

08:50 AM - 08:55 AM Opening remarks by IQPC and introduction to conference chair

08:55 AM - 09:00 AM Opening remarks by conference chair

ENHANCED MULTI-MODAL TRANSPORTATION PLANNING: THESE SESSIONS WILL EXPLORE HOW A SYSTEM OR NETWORK OF SYSTEMS IS NEEDED TO COLLECT AND PROCESS ALL AVAILABLE TRANSPORT DATA IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE A SUCCESSFUL SMART MOBILITY MASTER PLAN

09:00 AM - 09:30 AM Examining the impact of the smart mobility KPIs on developing a safe multi-modal transport network

Ian Smith, Chief Intelligent Transportation Systems Specialist, RTA
In the year of the smart city, Dubai is set to achieve 9 smart mobility KPIs. This presentation will explore how the city is set to provide safe and efficient transport services.
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Ian Smith

Chief Intelligent Transportation Systems Specialist
RTA

09:30 AM - 10:00 AM Cities, platforms, and marketplaces: The hyper evolution of tech-enabled transport

Nader Museitif, Head of Business – MENA, Uber
In many cities, public transport is still considered an effort and public car use is the main form of transport. However, smart mobility aims to put the use of a multi-modal transport system at the forefront by promoting public transport and a shared economy framework through schemes such as carpooling.
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Nader Museitif

Head of Business – MENA
Uber

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM Can multi-modal information change user behaviour?

Kevin Mizuta, Chief Operating Officer, Surface Mobility Consultants
  • Increasing the integration of public and private mobility to increase ease of transport
  • The use of apps to increase the use of multi-modal transport networks
  • Decreasing traffic and congestion through real-time information for public transport users

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Kevin Mizuta

Chief Operating Officer
Surface Mobility Consultants

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM Networking break

SMART PITCHES: THIS IS AN INTERACTIVE SESSION DEDICATED TO EXPLORING THE INNOVATIVE AND GROUND-BREAKING TECHNOLOGIES THAT ARE MAKING SMART MOBILITY A REALITY

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Smart Pitches

Selected solutions providers and innovators will be given a few minutes on stage to pitch their latest innovation, idea or technology that can help achieve smart mobility. As a delegate attending this session, you will get to review new ideas in quick succession to help you evaluate the best one for your project. As an innovator or solution provider, this is your opportunity to be heard by end users looking to invest in innovation.

ITS AND ROAD SAFETY: THESE SESSIONS ARE FOCUSED ON THE FACT THAT, AS NEW DEVELOPMENTS AND TECHNOLOGIES ARE DEPLOYED, SAFETY REMAINS A PRIORITY OF THE LARGER OBJECTIVE TO PROMOTE HAPPINESS AND WELL-BEING FOR TRAVELLERS

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Highlighting the next-generation ITS systems that will facilitate safer roads

Stephen Lambert, Road Safety Audit Team Leader and Principal Traffic Engineer, Abu Dhabi Municipality
  • Assessing the challenges in integrating modern ITS systems into existing infrastructure
  • Ensuring sustainability and effective long-term delivery of a safe ITS system by engaging in knowledge transfer
  • Prioritising safety of ITS projects

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Stephen Lambert

Road Safety Audit Team Leader and Principal Traffic Engineer
Abu Dhabi Municipality

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM Improving transport safety through design, data, speed management and better vehicle standards

Susanna Zammataro, Executive Director, International Road Federation Geneva Programme Centre
This presentation will discuss how, within the changing landscape of our city transport network, we must adapt to enable this future to be safer and more secure for all users
  • Examining the principles of the safe system approach that will help reduce injuries and fatalities
  • How high quality data can be used to learn and develop evidence-based interventions, whether at the policy or operational level, for improving road safety
  • How to organise the capacity building to efficiently and effectively manage the road safety system

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Susanna Zammataro

Executive Director
International Road Federation Geneva Programme Centre

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Networking lunch

SMART INFRASTRUCTURE: THESE SESSIONS ARE DEDICATED TO THE SMART INFRASTRUCTURE THAT MAKES SMART MOBILITY POSSIBLE AND WORK IN A HOLISTIC AND SUSTAINABLE MODEL

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM Infrastructure, technologies and the evolution of digital services for the smart city

Akin Adamson, Director Middle East, TRL
This presentation will explore how to build a cyber physical space by creating a complete Internet of Things, including men, machines, and city infrastructure through a variety of wireless sensor networks to accomplish real-time analysis and control by super-computers on cloud computing platforms
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Akin Adamson

Director Middle East
TRL

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM Parking management and technological advancements to meet customer needs in order to innovate the parking experience and deployment of a smart parking platform

  • Innovative parking solutions to improve capabilities and monetisation
  • Examining the importance of parking to reduce congestion in the city
  • Meeting customer needs and identifying customer perceptions in order to achieve successful parking policies over the long term

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM The role of smart infrastructure in creating a smart mobility ecosystem

Nabeel Alzaka, Co-Founder and CEO, Surface Mobility Consultants
Exploring the next step of smart mobility by enhancing the integration between transportation planning and urban planning in order to increase productivity and reduce congestion, while bringing related benefits such as fewer traffic accidents, increased use of public transport and a more connected city.
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Nabeel Alzaka

Co-Founder and CEO
Surface Mobility Consultants

5:00 PM - 11:59 PM Closing remarks from conference chair and end of forum day two

The programme is correct at time of publishing. However, given the seniority of our speakers and the nature of their roles, speakers may subsequently substitute or remove themselves from the programme. This is always regrettable, and we will always try to replace the speaker with a speaker with equivalent insight. You can find the most up-to-date programme on this website.