11 - 13 August, 2020
ONLINE EVENT

Autonomous Transportation

Autonomous Transportation

9:30 am - 9:40 am Opening Remarks from Chairperson

Stav Shvartz, Former Ford Autonomous Driving Strategy and BD Manager at Ford China

Stav Shvartz

Former Ford Autonomous Driving Strategy and BD Manager
Ford China

9:40 am - 10:20 am Exploring Urban Planning and Infrastructure Readiness for Autonomous Transport

  • Building the right infrastructure through data and analytics for successful AV development
  • Integrating autonomous mobility solutions into urban planning to support social needs, economic and environmental sustainability
  • Integrating AV planning into national and transport policy for sustainable urban development
Juan Intan Kanggrawan, Head of Data Analytics at Jakarta Smart City

Juan Intan Kanggrawan

Head of Data Analytics
Jakarta Smart City

10:20 am - 11:00 am Validating the Security of Your Autonomous Vehicle in the World of 5G

  • Knowing how automotive could be targeted for cyber-attacks and how these attacks could be performed
  • Identifying the potential loopholes of your automotive design
  • Addressing how these loopholes can be addressed to prevent cyber-attacks

Rick Kundi

Automotive Solution Manager
Keysight

11:00 am - 11:40 am Expanding Autonomous Driving Simulation – Finding the Right Scale

  • Exploring new and advanced methods of simulating systems and environments for autonomous driving
  • Identifying the different aspects of scaling simulation execution and fidelity in order to achieve better results faster
  • Creating a dynamic content in driving simulations to meet the growing need to harmonise the timing and behavior of dynamic traffic entities

Marius Dupuis

Managing Director
VIRES Simulations Technologie GmbH an MSC Software Company

11:40 am - 12:20 pm 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

Dr Pasan Kulvanit, Project Manager - Autonomous Vehicles at Ministry of Higher Education, Research, Innovation. Thai Government

Dr Pasan Kulvanit

Project Manager - Autonomous Vehicles
Ministry of Higher Education, Research, Innovation. Thai Government

12:20 pm - 1:00 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

1:00 pm - 1:00 pm End of FCW Virtual Conference Day One

Safety of passengers is highly prioritised in the development of Autonomous Vehicles. Test-bed aids the facilitation of more accurate research, subsequently ensuring functional and operational safety and security in the driverless cars. Pioneering test-bed acts as a pilot programme and can gradually expand to operational services. The aim is to gain public and transport regulators trust in self-driven road vehicles.

Premium Content - Masterclass

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Workshop A: Mile by Mile: Setting Up Your Test-Bed

Safety of passengers is highly prioritised in the development of Autonomous Vehicles. Test-bed aids the facilitation of more accurate research, subsequently ensuring functional and operational safety and security in the driverless cars. Pioneering test-bed acts as a pilot programme and can gradually expand to operational services. The aim is to gain public and transport regulators trust in self-driven road vehicles.

  • Defining private, semi-public, public test-beds and considerations involved in expansion of test area
  • Exploring dual function of testing the most critical functionality in the real world, while at the same time validating that the simulation in the virtual world is correct
  • Identifying scenario-based methodology to analyse country’s traffic conditions and driver behavior
Mahesh Shinde, GM, HEAD - ERC (Indoor testing) at Tata Motors Limited

Mahesh Shinde

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