SGInnovate Presents: Future of Mobility | SGInnovate
February 26
2018

Location

32 Carpenter Street
Singapore Singapore 059911

SGInnovate Presents: Future of Mobility

Presented by SGInnovate

Mobility – the movement of people and goods – provides access to jobs, education, healthcare and trade. Yet, today’s mobility system cannot meet future demand without increasing congestion and pollution. Technology, such as autonomous vehicles, biometrics and ultralight materials, creates opportunities to transform the mobility system by enabling new business models and mobility services for new and changing customers.

Join our panellists who represent diverse perspectives on urban transportation as they discuss:

  • How we address current and future mobility needs
  • New applications of transport technology
  • Use of AV solutions as an extension of the public transport network

Speakers:

  • Doug Parker, COO, nuTonomy
  • Lam Wee Shann, Group Director – Technology and Industry Development, Land Transport Authority
  • Annabella Ng, Government Affairs Lead, Grab.
  • Mahesh Tanwani, Director of Engineering - Automated Driving, Aptiv
    Moderated by: Michael Smith, Partner, SeedPlus

Date: 26 February 2018
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Venue: 32 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059911

Programme: 6:30 pm: Registration
7:00 pm: Panel Discussion on the Future of Mobility
8:00 pm: Q&A and Networking
8:30 pm: End

Topics: Others

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