THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4
FAST LANE TO SMART TRANSPORTATION
From insightful virtual keynotes and engaging panel discussions with entrepreneurs, government and academia, we can bolster progress for the future of connected and autonomous goods movement.
Keynote: Smart Goods Mobility - Enablers and Opportunities
A future with Smart Mobility is on the horizon. Smart Mobility involves the movement of people and goods through the application of technology, data and data analytics in a manner that balances safety, efficiency, comfort, sustainability, ability, inclusion, equity and cost-effectiveness. Machine learning, data analytics, digital twins and the Canadian ITS architecture are a few of the enablers for this future vision that includes automated and connected vehicles. There are opportunities at all stages of the supply chain from inbound transportation to last mile delivery that will be explored.
Mara Bullock, Smart Mobility Manager, WSP
Presentation: iFood - Vision and learnings for autonomous meal deliveries
iFood is the biggest Food Delivery company in Brazil with over 60M monthly orders and in this presentation we will explore its vision for using autonomous vehicles for meal deliveries and some (very) early learnings.
Sandor Tucakov Caetano, Chief Data Scientist
Panel: Path to the Marketplace - You Don't Have to do it Alone
Hear from a smart mobility innovator, as they share lessons they learned, resources they leveraged, and the key support, connections and domain expertise that has helped them throughout their commercialization journey.
This panel discussion explores the facilitated collaborations and investment opportunities in Ontario’s automotive and mobility ecosystem and how a growing a footprint of emerging technologies with multiple stakeholders is changing the future of mobility.
Hanna Haponenko, Axcessiom Technologies Product Design, Operations
Richard Dunda, Director, Centre for Integrated Transportation and Mobility
Sherry Colbourne, President & CEO Spark Centre
Edward Dawson, Senior Manager, Automobility and Innovation, Simulation Team, Invest WindsorEssex
Panel: Dismantling Go-To-Market Barriers
The connected/autonomous goods movement sector is accelerating rapidly with the adoption of new and disruptive innovations. With so many innovators fighting to be first-to-market, where does one begin in understanding the evolving regulations and barriers to market-entry.
This panel of experts will discuss these barriers and will help you gain a better understanding in how to overcome hurdles like insurance, regulations and technology adoption as you make your way towards commercialization.
Saiedeh Razavi, Associate Professor, Chair in Heavy Construction, Department of Civil Engineering; Director, McMaster Institute for Transportation and Logistics, McMaster University
Mike Branch, Vice President of Data & Analytics, Geotab
Scott Cober, National Practice Leader, Transportation at BFL Canada
Susan Boot, P.Eng. Head, ITS Innovation and Planning Section, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Ontario Ministry of Transportation
WANT MORE FTMS CONTENT?
The third installment of FTMS:
explored the future of goods movement and the supply chain;
addressed the state of autonomous vehicle technologies from the first mile to the last;
explored the role of data, analytics, and AI in connected/autonomous goods movement;
and disucssed municipal readiness for connected/autonomous technologies
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