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2 September 2020

Mobility 2020 - MaaS, Future Mobility & More

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Transport innovation like ‘Mobility as a Service’ or MaaS offers the potential to drastically improve customer choices, reduce travel costs, increase network capacity and transport sustainability while improving social and environmental outcomes.

For this reason MaaS has evolved to become one of the fastest growing sectors in the ITS industry and is more than simply Mobility as a Service. MaaS is now a key contributor to smart transport and the liveability of our cities, suburbs and regional communities.

What is the focus of Mobility 2020

Mobility 2020 will take a close look at the issues of today. Invited speakers will address shared mobility in its current reality, and will consider impacts and discuss what needs to be done in the next 1 - 5 years.

For one day only, over 200 transport technology professionals will gather to discuss these key strategies, network, do business and get access to the people that matter.

Key Dates

Wednesday 2 September 2020: Networking Reception, Blu Bar 36 Shangri-La Hotel (all welcome, included with registration)

Thursday 3 September 2020: Full day sessions, speaker presentations and panel discussions

Venue

Grand Ballroom - Shangri-La Hotel
176 Cumberland Street, Sydney NSW 2000

Program

Full program and speaker line-up to be announced.

Join transport industry professionals for this important one day program to discuss the key issues including:

  • Solving the issues of today
  • Improve Safety, Efficiency and Environmental Impacts
  • Developing a Competitive Ecosystem
  • Better Outcomes and Options for Customers
  • Rural and Regional Solutions
  • Inclusive and Accessible
  • Standards, Guidelines and Open-Source Platforms
  • Reducing Reliance on Private Vehicles

Speakers

Whilst a Call for Papers is not being considered, if you are interested to be a speaker or contribute to an interactive panel discussion, you are encouraged to email your expression of interest to ITS Australia and include:

  • Proposed Speaker: Name, Job Title, Organisation
  • Proposed presentation title
  • Brief paragraph of presentation focus (max 200 words)

Email to: admin@its-australia.com.au

Program Committee

Chair

Nathalie Sassan Head of Customer Experience & Network Design, Keolis Downer

Committee

Ishra Baksh Executive Director, Mobility as a Service Program Management Office, Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
Chen Cai Leader of Advanced Data Analytics in Transport, Data61 CSIRO
George Chemali Project Director, Mobility as a Service Program Management Office, Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads
Devina Hassanaly ANZ Director – Mobility & Future Cities, Systra
Valeri Inting Investor Relationships & International Launch Lead, Neuron Mobility
Chris Karatsiolis Business Development Manager, Cubic Transportation Systems
Anne Kinsella Director Digital Products, Transport for NSW
Elizabeth Kim General Manager Mobility, Royal Automobile Club of Victoria
Andrew Mehaffey Director - New South Wales, HMI Technologies
Professor John Nelson Chair in Public Transport Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, The University of Sydney
Stephen Owens Chief Operating Officer, Intelematics
Micah Starkis Director, Open Data, Apps and Innovation, Transport for NSW
Andrew Somers Specialist Consultant in Future Mobility and ITS, Director - Transoptim Pty Ltd
Cecilia Warren Director, Research and Development, IAG
Susan Harris CEO, ITS Australia
Janette Sofronidis Event and Sponsorship Manager, ITS Australia
Matt Harrison Communications and Stakeholder Manager, ITS Australia
Stacey Ryan Policy Manager, ITS Australia

More Info

Event and Sponsorship Manager - Janette Sofronidis
Media and Speaker Interviews - Matt Harrison
ITS Australia: Tel +61 3 9646 6466

Event Partners

Cubic

About the venue

Shangri-La Hotel Sydney

Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney, is located in the heart of Sydney’s heritage Rocks district on the edge of Sydney Harbour, with sweeping views and within walking distance to the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Within minutes’ walk are public transport options including buses, trains and ferries.
Website: Shangri-La Sydney
Tel: +61 2 9250 6032

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