16 - 19 March, 2020
Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa, Singapore

Agenda Day 2

Overcoming Speedbumps On The Way to Full Autonomy

8:00 am - 9:00 am Morning Refreshments & Registration

9:10 am - 10:10 am Opening Remarks from Chairperson Autonomous Vehicles Asia 2020 Overcoming Speedbumps On The Way to Full Autonomy

Automated Steering and Acceleration Capabilities

9:10 am - 9:40 am Setting KPIs and Identifying Milestones to Accelerate Autonomous Vehicles Development

  • Identifying the capabilities of the autonomous vehicle to set KPIs to achieve within timeframe
  • Designing workflow and strategy that facilitates clear communication between teams working simultaneously to ensure productiveness and efficiency
  • Critical factors in setting up the test circuit to ensure test success

9:40 am - 10:10 am Deploying Autonomous Vehicles in a Less Complex Environment to Facilitate Smart Agriculture

10:10 am - 10:40 am Partnering 5G Network Provider to Develop Level 3-4 Autonomous Vehicles

  • Supporting the flow of data generated by connected and self-driving vehicles
  • Processing and converting data into insights that form the basis of decision making
  • Improving safety aspect of Autonomous Vehicles through 5G network and achieving human-like decision making capability

10:40 am - 11:10 am Morning Tea & Networking Break

Level 3 - Environment Detection

11:10 am - 11:50 am Identifying Key Steps Towards Readiness for On-Road Trials – Thailand’s Three-Wheeler Robo Tuk Tuk

The public-private partnership Thailand government, Siri venture and Airovr will test Thailand’s first self-driving tuk-tuk in an effort to push Thailand towards the forefront of developing autonomous-vehicle technology in South-east Asia. The Robo Tuk Tuk will be deployed in an upscale private residential area coming Q1 2020.
  • Planning the phases of infrastructure implementation to monitor the trials’ progress and support the on-road tests
  • Designing the safety framework to address safety for all road users
  • Working with key participants to continuously develop and strengthen their expertise and capabilities to accelerate readiness for on-road trials
Jirapat Janjerdsak, Chief Technology Officer at Airovr

Jirapat Janjerdsak

Chief Technology Officer
Airovr

11:30 am - 12:00 pm Solving the Shortage of Truck Drivers and Reducing Labor Cost with Robo Trucks

  • Exploring economic viability of autonomous and semi-autonomous trucks in addressing shortage of truck drivers
  • Combining human drivers and AI to reduce fuel usage and increase run time
  • Exploring the limitation and benefits of level 4 semi-autonomous trucks and its initial real-world application
Koen Cardon, Chief Executive Officer at Katoen Natie

Koen Cardon

Chief Executive Officer
Katoen Natie

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Networking Lunch

1:30 pm - 2:10 pm Prepping for Service Deployment with Level 4 Autonomous Vehicles on an “intelligent” roadway

  • Overcoming the challenges associated with autonomous driving with stakeholders to implement commercially viable business models that facilitate the deployment and adoption of AVs.
  • Identifying deployment scenarios that support increasing automation of driving from human control to vehicle control
  • Discussing strategic, operation and investment considerations for stakeholders in service deployment of AVs
Anthony Wong, Co-founder at Moovita Pte Ltd

Anthony Wong

Co-founder
Moovita Pte Ltd

2:10 pm - 2:50 pm Building a Digital Ecosystem that Enables Seamless Vehicles Communication to Allow Test-Driving in an Urban Environment

  • Considering data protection rules when collecting and incorporating test results in testing customer-centric services and optimize individual transport
  • Working with government transport agencies to provide a digital ecosystem that enables vehicles to communicate with traffic lights and traffic management systems
  • Collaborating with all stakeholders and relevant group departments to enable the functionality of automated driving on public roads right through to Level 5

Level 4 - No Human Interaction Required

2:50 pm - 3:30 pm Afternoon Tea & Networking Break

Future Cities Week 2020 Gearing Up for an Electrified Asia

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Your Personal Mobile Battery – Leveraging the Power of Electric Vehicles as Grid Assets

Michal Klocek, Senior Manager - EV Operations Department (EVO) at Nissan Motor Co. Ltd

Michal Klocek

Senior Manager - EV Operations Department (EVO)
Nissan Motor Co. Ltd

3:30 pm - 4:10 pm Closing Keynote: Building Smart Cities Together - The Intersection of People, Cities, Technology & Urban Network Resilience

  • Catalysing the progress of future cities through smart resilience to infrastructure threats
  • Joining smart city with smart mobility and creating cross-sector collaboration for innovative cities
  • Enhancing the liveability of future cities through technological affordances
Chen-Yu Lee, Director at Taipei Smart City Project Management Office

Chen-Yu Lee

Director
Taipei Smart City Project Management Office

4:10 pm - 4:50 pm Chairperson’s Closing Summary & End of Congress