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Future Mobility Europe

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Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at 7:30 AM - Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at 6:00 PM (CEST)

Future Mobility Europe

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Now in its ninth year, our Detroit conference is a two-day event designed to help stakeholders understand the future of mobility. 400+ delegates. 50+ speakers. 10+ tech exhibits. Free tickets are available to automakers and Automotive World subscribers.

 

Agenda - Day 1


7.30: Registration and breakfast


9am: Panel: The autonomous vehicle – when, where, how and for whom?

Keynote & Moderator:

  • Wolfgang Bernhart, Senior Partner, Roland Berger

Panel: 

  • Victoria Woyland, Vice President at Connected Solutions, Volvo Group

The past decade has seen massive capital expenditure on autonomous vehicle R&D and acquisitions, but it is still not clear if, when, or where mass deployment will become possible.

  • What is the timeline for mass deployment of fully autonomous vehicles?
  • What are the main challenges to mass deployment and how can they be overcome?
  • In which geographic regions are we likely to see early adoption of autonomous vehicles?
  • Who will be the early adopters?
  • Are traditional automakers well-positioned in the autonomous vehicle space or will new entrants dominate the market?

9.50am: Break


10.05am: Deep dive: Autonomous vehicle perception systems


10.25am: Deep dive: Autonomous vehicle testing


10.45am: Deep dive: Autonomous vehicle software


11.05am: Deep dive: AI and the autonomous vehicle

Keynote:

  • Maria Anhalt, SVP Head of Cross Divisional Systems & Technology, Continental 

11.25am: Break


11.40am: Panel: How safe is the autonomous vehicle?

Panel:

  • Ahmed Yousif, Software Design Engineer, Valeo
  • Chris Bessette, Program Manager for Autonomous Driving, Draper

Around 1.2 million people are lost each year in road traffic accidents and more than 90% of these fatalities are caused by human error. Autonomous vehicles are often touted as a remedy, but recent high-profile accidents have cast a shadow over their future.

  • What is the current status of autonomous vehicle safety?
  • Do consumers trust autonomous vehicles?
  • Should autonomous vehicles be tested to perfection before being deployed on a mass scale?
  • What role should policymakers play in the evolution of autonomous vehicle safety?
  • How is the insurance industry preparing for mass deployment of autonomous vehicles?

12.30pm: Lunch


1.30pm: Panel: How do you monetize connected vehicle data?

Keynote & Moderator:

  • Alex Koster, Partner & Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group (BCG)

Panel:

  • Peter Busch, Product Owner Distributed Ledger Technologies Mobility, Robert Bosch
  • Juergen Daunis, VP Global Sales Connect Vehicles, Ericsson 
  • Johannes Springer, CTO Connected Car, T-Systems

The evolution of the connected vehicle will lead to the creation of a new revenue pool that a recent report stated could be worth as much $750bn per year by 2030, with much of the growth driven by the data generated by the vehicle and its occupants.

  • What challenges and opportunities exist in monetizing vehicle data?
  • Who owns connected vehicle data and who should be allowed to use it?
  • Are consumers willing to pay for connected services?
  • Are partnerships the key to unlocking revenue opportunities?
  • How can vehicle data be protected?

2.20pm: Break


2.35pm: Deep dive: Connected vehicle data management


2.55pm: Deep dive: Connected vehicle cyber security


3.15pm: Deep dive: Wireless connected vehicle networks


3.35pm: Deep dive: Connected vehicle operating systems


3.55pm: Break


4.10pm: Panel: How will UX define the future of mobility?

Keynote & Moderator:

  • Bavly Obaid, Strategy Consultant, Ricardo 

Panel: 

  • Nils Lenke, Senior Director Innovation Management, Cerence
  • Svenja Polst, Research and Engineering Psychologist, Fraunhofer IESE

As modes of transport become increasingly shared, connected and autonomous, the experience of drivers and passengers will be transformed. As a result, user experience (UX) has become more important than ever to stakeholders looking to maximize future value creation opportunities.

  • What modes of interaction will dominate the future mobility experience?
  • Will UX become the biggest competitive differentiator for automakers and mobility service providers?
  • How will UX evolve to reflect a shift away from the traditional vehicle ownership model?
  • Will UX have the power to influence exterior vehicle design?
  • How will the UX design process align with the vehicle development and production lifecycle?

5pm: Networking refreshments


6pm: Close


Agenda - Day 2


8am: Registration and breakfast


9am: Panel: How do you create a profitable electric vehicle?

Keynote & Moderator:

  • Dr Andreas Nienhaus, Principal & Associate Partner, Oliver Wyman

Panel:

  • Rittmar von Helmot, Director Business Development, AVL 
  • Prof. Martin Wietschel, Deputy Head of the Competence Center Energy Technology and Energy Systems, Coordinator of Business Unit Energy Economy, Fraunhofer Battery Alliance

The world’s automakers have committed fully to the fledgling electric vehicle market, but they face a major challenge in that most are currently unable to develop and sell EVs at a profit.

  • Are consumers willing to pay a premium for electric vehicles?
  • Are regulators doing enough to support the electric vehicle producers?
  • How will the cost gap between an electric vehicle and comparable ICE-powered model evolve over the next decade and beyond?
  • How can automakers reduce the cost of electric vehicles?
  • Beyond cost reduction, how else can automakers boost electric vehicle profitability?

9.50am: Break


10.05am: Deep dive: Electric vehicle battery technology


10.25am: Deep dive: Electric vehicle charging technology


10.45am: Deep dive: 48V electric vehicle technology


11.05am: Deep dive: Fuel cell technology

Keynote:

  • Guillaume Salvo, COO, Symbio

11.25am: Break


11.40am: Panel: What if all vehicles were electric?

Keynote & Moderator:

  • Dr Elmar Kades, Managing Director, AlixPartners

Electric vehicle sales currently represent just 2% of the global market, but penetration rates are gathering pace. With annual growth surpassing 50% in many of the world’s largest markets, it’s time to prepare for an all-electric future.

  • When could we see 100% electric vehicle adoption and how would this impact the environment?
  • Is the infrastructure in place to facilitate mass deployment of electric vehicles?
  • Can the battery industry keep up with electric vehicle demand?
  • What can cities and governments do to support the transition from ICE to electric vehicles?
  • How will mass deployment of electric vehicles impact the petrochemical industry?

12.30pm: Lunch


1.30pm: Panel: How will shared mobility impact our cities?

Panel: 

  • Dr Michael Münter, Head of Strategic Planning and Sustainable Mobility, City of Stuttgart

The shared mobility sector has witnessed impressive growth in recent years and represents a huge opportunity to stakeholders who can find creative ways of addressing the transportation pain points caused by the ever-increasing population density in the world’s cities.

  • What factors are driving growth in the shared mobility market?
  • Are shared mobility solutions the answer to the congestion and pollution problems faced by the world’s cities?
  • Which shared mobility solutions will have the greatest positive impact on the world’s cities and why?
  • What challenges exist in the growth of the shared mobility market and how can they be overcome?
  • Are cities and governments doing enough to support the evolution of urban mobility solutions?

2.20pm: Break


2.35pm: Deep dive: Ride hailing


2.55pm: Deep dive: Ride sharing


3.15pm: Deep dive: Micro mobility


3.35pm: Deep dive: Mobility software solutions


3.55pm: Break


4.10pm: Panel: How do you spot the next great mobility start-up?

As the evolution of the global mobility ecosystem continues to gather pace, investors are focusing their attentions on the start-ups that are driving innovation across the four ACES trends. However, with more than 90% of all start-ups doomed to failure, stakeholders must choose their investments wisely.

  • How much is currently being invested each year in new mobility start-ups?
  • Which stakeholders – automakers, suppliers, tech companies or VCs – are proving to be the most active investors?
  • Which areas of the mobility ecosystem are currently attracting most investment?
  • What do investors look for when identifying potential new portfolio additions?
  • What are some of the common mistakes made by start-ups when seeking investment and how can they be avoided?

5pm: Networking refreshments


6pm: Close

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Mövenpick Hotel Stuttgart Messe & Congress
Flughafenstrasse 43
70629 Stuttgart
Germany

Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at 7:30 AM - Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at 6:00 PM (CEST)


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Our goal is to help stakeholders understand the future of mobility.

Our in-house team of analysts and global network of expert contributors conduct in-depth research on a daily basis in order to produce great articles, reports, data sets, forecasts, webinars and conferences.

Right now, we are focusing on connected and autonomous vehicle technology, urban and shared mobility, advanced propulsion, manufacturing and the future of trucks, but as mobility evolves so will our coverage.

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