Discovering the Future of the Enterprise, Municipality & Driver in Autonomous Vehicles

Autonomous Vehicles Singapore March 12-13, Singapore



Seth Adler
02/15/2019

The hype around autonomous vehicles is enough to drive you crazy. But it seems that the 3rd Annual Autonomous Vehicles Asia empirically realize that fact and bring to the industry landscape a straightforward and practical agenda. Register now.

The agenda has three key themes:

  1. Regulatory, Legal and Technological Developments to Enable Safe and Successful Integration of Autonomous Vehicles in Asia-Pacific
  2. Singapore's Vision for Autonomous Vehicles
  3. Technological Innovations for Autonomous Vehicles

Each theme features a number of insightful sessions, which promise to provide a near-term framework for knowledge within the autonomous vehicle industry.

THE ENTERPRISE

Tata Motors is out of the gate on the first full day with a session on future business models. Big picture questions focusing on the future of production, revenues, co-opetition and enterprise survival promise to be answered.

9:10 am - 9:50 am OEM Insight: Future Business Models of an Automotive OEM

Mahesh Shinde - GM, HEAD - ERC (Indoor testing), Tata Motors Limited 

  • Will car production remain the core business and for who?
  • Where will carmakers’ revenues mainly come from
  • Who will be the major competitors and key partners?
  • How to stay ahead of the competition in the age of Mobility as a Service (MaaS)?

Mahesh Shinde

GM, HEAD - ERC (Indoor testing) 
Tata Motors Limited

SEE BIO

THE MUNICIPALITY

The Singapore Urban Redevelopment Authority is next up with a straightforward focus of self-driving vehicles in cities. Insight from the URA is of particular interest based on the land shortage coupled with the density of humanity. Operating a traditional vehicle comes at an astronomical cost at present. So one might expect that the URA will figure this out prior to other geographies simply based on necessity.

9:50 am - 10:30 am Creating Future Cities with Self-Driving Vehicles

Chiu Wen Tung - Group Director, Research & Development, Urban Redevelopment Authority 

  • The SDVs market status – the drivers, challenges and latest development
  • Key technology progress in SDVs and the gap
  • Outlook for the coming 3 years – what to expect? (A City’s Journey to a ‘Car-lite’ Society)

Chiu Wen Tung

Group Director, Research & Development 
Urban Redevelopment Authority

SEE BIO

THE VEHICLE

The Government of India, the Center for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Tata Motors and Great Wall Motor for a deep dive into car production joins the URA five years hence. Realizing that AVs and EVs promise to abound, what does that mean for the industry value chain, the driver and the next technological advancement?

10:30 am - 11:10 am Panel: What Will Cars Look Like in 2025?

Chiu Wen Tung - Group Director, Research & Development, Urban Redevelopment Authority 
Michael Steinberg - Head of Strategy, Programme and Communications, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Department for Transport and the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy 
Rajesh Kumar Singh - Principal Secretary, Government of India 
Mark Crawford - Chief Engineer, Autonomous Driving Systems, Great Wall Motor 
Mahesh Shinde - GM, HEAD - ERC (Indoor testing), Tata Motors Limited 

  • Forecast on AVs and EVs - What technology breakthrough can we expect by then?
  • The industry – how will the value chain evolve?
  • The driver – sharing cars and using them as a space to consume media and make calls

Chiu Wen Tung

Group Director, Research & Development 
Urban Redevelopment Authority

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Michael Steinberg

Head of Strategy, Programme and Communications 
Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Department for Transport and the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

SEE BIO

Rajesh Kumar Singh

Principal Secretary 
Government of India

SEE BIO

Mark Crawford

Chief Engineer, Autonomous Driving Systems 
Great Wall Motor

SEE BIO

Mahesh Shinde

GM, HEAD - ERC (Indoor testing) 
Tata Motors Limited

SEE BIO

There’s plenty more to experience. Check out the agenda and register now for Autonomous Vehicles Singapore March 12-13, Singapore.

 

 

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