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OVERVIEW

One of the pillars of economic development for any country, the TRANSPORTATION NETWORK, is critical to the national infrastructure. However, it has been a major cause of greenhouse gases and efforts are ongoing to reduce the carbon footprint to address environmental issues and decrease their dependence on fossil fuels. India is still following BS IV as against EURO 6 implemented in European countries, which is equivalent to BS VI.



THE WAY FORWARD FOR SMART MOBILITY IN INDIA

There are three key stakeholders that play an integral role in India’s transition towards carbon free smart mobility apart from the end consumer.

Government

By defining the regulations on emissions and fuel efficiency, clarifying aspirations, strategic intent and direction, exploring incentives and subsidies, it can support EV and alternate fuel adoption, thereby focusing on developing a supportive ecosystem for the future smart cities of India.


Power, Fuel and Charging Infrastructure Companies

By laying down a foundation of support, innovating on business models (e.g., retrofitting existing vehicles to work of NGV, deploying fast charging stations, etc.), making the economics of (fast) charging infrastructure work, providing options for end-users to choose cleaner fuels, they can enable easy and rapid adoption of this change.

Automotive Industry

By changing the product and component mix, bringing EV and NGV components and vehicles to life, building the right talent pool and skill set, improving the performance of vehicles and building scale, the industry can drive the Smart Mobility disruption in India.




MARKET TRENDS

The government of India has an ambitious aim of becoming 100% electric vehicle nation by 2030, and the FAME (Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid and Electric vehicles) program is a step towards achieving the goal


"We think India is going to be a fantastic market for mobility services for a number of reasons. The first reason being that the government is initiating a number of programs to allow cities to experiment with new mobility options," Rajendra Rao,, CEO, Ford Smart Mobility (FSM)
Suzuki along with Toshiba and Denso announced an investment of INR 1,151 crore in setting up a lithium ion battery plant in Gujarat


Mahindra and Ford Motor Company have joined hands for three years and have a strong focus towards developing electric cars for Indian market
The alternative fuel and hybrid vehicle market is expected to reach US$ 614 billion by 2022




CONFERENCE

THE ECONOMIC TIMES SMART MOBILITY SUMMIT 2018

The Economic Times has always been at the forefront of helping organizations and professionals gather insight on how to deal with critical business issues. Over the years, it has helped growing companies proactively lead the transformational charge and has equipped them with the latest information on market advancements as well as critical insights into managing existing ecosystems.

With this purview, The Economic Times is pleased to announce the 2ND EDITION OF THE ECONOMIC TIMES – SMART MOBILITY SUMMIT, scheduled for September 28th, 2018, Delhi.

This summit aims to lay down a blueprint for the future, driven by innovation and the vision to provide cleaner, safer and faster transportation infrastructure. With a vision to unite the visionaries who believe carbon emission has no place in the future, going ahead the key is to have smart mobility options.

The Summit will further focus on Hybrid vehicles, Smart Tolling, Telematics, Safety & Security, Mass transportation, E-mobility Road Infrastructure & Construction. The increasing demand for vehicles, coupled with citizens adopting a healthy lifestyle and growing environmental concerns, will likely make us adopt smart green mobility.


THE ECONOMIC TIMES SMART MOBILITY SUMMIT WILL SHOWCASE

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Government steps towards incentivizing the adoption of Smart Mobility

02

Interactive discussions that will shape the future of mobility in India

03

Deep dive sessions on road safety and better traffic management


04

Best technologies for optimizing smart vehicles

05

Case studies from National and International leaders


AT THE SUMMIT, YOU WILL HEAR ABOUT


DO NOT MISS

AGENDA

PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

The Economic Times Smart Mobility Summit | 28th September 2018 | New Delhi


09.00 - 10.00  Registrations
10.00 – 10.05 Welcome Address by ET Edge
10.05 – 10.20 Chief Guest Address - Transit Oriented Development - Making the future Indian cities more energy efficient, better connected and less polluted
  • Smarter Urban Mobility - An imperative to Smarter Cities
  • Expanding investment opportunities for private players to achieve global standards
  • An objective look at the recent policy reforms for sustainable transportation
10:30 - 11:15 Interactive Panel Discussion - What's trending in Smart Mobility - 3 Top trends that India cannot ignore
  • The autonomous way of things and related infrastructure requirements
  • Defining and perfecting the art of UMaaS - urban mobility as a solution
  • People oriented transit centers to enhance the user experience
11:15 - 11:30 Shared Mobility - Does India have what it takes to become the Shared Mobility Leader by 2030?
  • Key Drivers behind the Shared Mobility Leadership Quest - Population Clusters, Young Users, Rising Internet Penetration and Rising Incomes
  • Balancing rising car ownership numbers and shared mobility - Is there a middle path?
  • Automakers, Suppliers and Mobility Players - Making silos function in a collaborative manner
11:30 - 11:45 Coffee & Networking Break
11:45 - 12:05 Special Interview Session - India's position in the Global Scheme of Things for Electric Vehicles
  • Two Wheelers, Rickshaws, Buses or Cars - Which is the Holy Grail for Electric Vehicles
  • Charging Infrastructure - Innovative ways to finance the charging projects when the state's financial health is not at par with global standards
12:05 - 12.20 International Keynote - Meeting the Integrated Infrastructure requirements for Electric, Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
12:20 - 13:00 Interactive Panel Discussion - Internet of Things in Public Transportation | Changing the way we travel
  • Utilizing IoT’s potential to help meet the goal of connected transportation
  • Addressing issues such as pollution, traffic congestion, better fleet management through IoT
  • Improving the experience levels in public transportation through better data collection through connected devices, sensors and vehicles.
13:00 - 14:00 Networking Lunch
14.00 - 14.15 Audience Poll and Interaction with a Mobility Expert on the Poll Questions
  • Are Electric Vehicles hype or a soon to be realized reality
  • What is the biggest hindrance in implementing green transportation solutions in India
  • Will you buy an Electric Vehicle at premium price to contribute to sustainable transportation
14:15 - 14:30 Special Address - The Flipside of going Green - The Cyber threat to Smart Mobility
Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) and the increased use of mobile devices
14:30 - 15:15 Interactive Panel Discussion - Selective Implementation of Intelligent Traffic Management System in India
  • Retrofitting existing traffic infrastructure to improve effectiveness
  • Striking a balance between features and functionalities while deciding upon a traffic management system software
  • Enabling fair allocation and use of infrastructure between users and monitoring the usage in real-time
15:15 - 16:00 Closing Session - Open House - Fueling a Clean Transportation Future
  • Population trends and its impact on energy use
  • Regulation policies to drive low cost mitigation
SPEAKERS
Amit Sahu

Amit Sahu

Co-founder and Director of Research and Procurement
Drivezy

Amitabh Kant

Amitabh Kant

CEO
NITI Aayog

Jaspal Singh

Jaspal Singh

Head
UITP India

Dr. Kamal Soi

Dr. Kamal Soi

Member at National Road Safety Council, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways

NSN Murty

NSN Murty

Executive Director & Leader
Smart Cities PWC

Robert S. Katz

Robert S. Katz

Executive Director
World Innovation Network

Saurabh Kumar

Saurabh Kumar

MD
Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL)

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