PROGRAM

At Smart Mobility 2017 you will get a taste of future mobility. A society where low emission solutions, autonomous vehicles and digital platforms are playing in harmony with each other and us.

Smart Mobility is all about accommodating for and establishing business opportunities for the future. Smart Mobility 2017 is an arena for you as a person fascinated by new technology triggered by greener and more effective transport services.

September 7

09:30 – 11:00  MOBILITY STATUS – HOW DID WE GET HERE?
SESSION 1. 2017 – The year for low emission vehicles, techno-hype and smart green growth.

During the last year, self driving trucks have completed commercial missions and cleared building sites. Car giants such as Ford and Volkswagen are talking about “smart mobility”. Not since the days of Henry Ford’s mass market family cars has the transport enterprise seen so many changes.

Mali Skogen
Director, OREEC

Welcome and the mission of this conference
Ole Jacob Flæten
Ordfører, Skedsmo Kommune

Welcome to Skedsmo
Christina Bu
General Secretary, Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association

The Norwegian position is a unique opportunity
Frank Meijer
Head of Eco Car, Hyundai Motor Europe GmbH

The eco-future seen through Hyundai’s eyes (EN)
John Thomas Sørhaug
Partner and Head of KPMG Automotive and Transportation

Global Automotive Executive Survey 2017

11:00 – 11:30  BREAK


11:30 – 12:45  WHERE ARE WE HEADING AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?
SESSION 2. Trends and targets for Smart Mobility towards 2030

Globally, electric and autonomous transport systems can reduce CO2 emissions in urban areas by 80% by 2050. Analysis suggests that the cost of such vehicles, infrastructure and transport systems can be cut by more than 40%. Electrification, automation and shared mobility are three key trends.

Anette Mellbye
‎Prev. CEO of Aftenposten Mobil
Transformation in the transport sector
Walter Qvam
Styreleder, DIGITALNORWAY – Toppindustrisenteret AS

Norway’s digital competitiveness
Bjørn K. Haugland
Executive Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer, DNV GL

A sea of opportunities
Anne Marit Panengstuen
CEO and Head of Siemens Norway
The future of transport is electric and digital
 

PANEL DEBATE  WHAT KIND OF FUTURE ARE WE BUILDING?

ZERO, Ruter, Siemens Norway and Mali Hole Skogen. (More to come, still under development)

Moderated by Mali Skogen, Director, OREEC


12:45 – 13:30  LUNCH


13:30 – 15:00  COLLABORATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND SOCIETIES
SESSION 3. New and smart solutions where everything is interconnected – always.

What role will technologies such as sensors, internet of things and artificial intelligence play in shaping mobility solutions for tomorrow? How is development of new technology reflecting on society?

Bjørn Taale Sandberg
Senior Vice President Telenor Research, Telenor ASA

Introduction to the world of artificial intelligence (AI)
Raphaël Gindrat
CEO & Co-founder, BestMile

Worlds first cloud based system for autonomous fleets (EN)
Eddy Gryvelius
Director Northern Europe, NVIDIA

Making driverless cars possible (EN)
Wilfried Pimenta de Miranda
Business developer, IOTA

Blockchain for transport (EN)
Øystein Ihler
Head of Division for Innovation and Development, Oslo municipality

How can Oslo municipality create green jobs?
Keith Malone
Public Relations, California Fuel Cell Partnership

California’s important role for fuel cell technology globally (EN)

15:00 – 15:30  BREAK


15:30 – 17:00  FROM TINY SOLUTIONS TO PARADIGM SHIFTS
SESSION 4. On doing things differently

Seemingly small changes can make a big impact on individuals and for society. To make a small difference might simply be to be in motion. To be engaged in collaboration and continuous improvement. Mobility is movement.

Per Ivar Selvåg
Founder and industrial designer, Montaag
A designer’s take on product development
Glenn Saint
Managing Director, Charge
Building a zero-emission truck in four hours (EN)
Isak Monrad-Aas & Albin Wilson
Engineer & Spokesperson / Development

Strategist, Uniti – How can we save the world with a crowdfunded car?
Hans Kristian Torgersen
Founder & Owner, HTS Hans Torgersen & Sønn AS
Challenges with producing a vehicle in Norway
Steinar Eikaas
VP, Statoil New energy solutions
Hydrogen from gas
Bjørn Simonsen
Vice President Market Development & Public Relations, Nel Hydrogen
Norwegian possibilities within hydrogen
Frode Halvorsen
Director, Skagerak Energi

Biogas opportunities
 

PANEL DEBATE  BATTERY DEVELOPMENT IN THE NORDICS

Speakers to be confirmed

 


17:00 – 18:00  DINNER BREAK


18:00 – 21:00  EVENT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – WHAT IS SMART MOBILITY?


September 8

09:00 – 10:30  GREEN, SMART AND PROFITABLE. ON EARNING MONEY FROM SMART MOBILITY
SESSION 5. Business models for a digital everyday

Smart mobility leads to change shifting from personal transport means to tailored transport solutions. The good news – a growing number of entrepreneurs make green money from mobility.

Dagfinn Ringås
CEO, Schneider Electric
Vehicles to Grid – Grid to Vehicles
Jan Haugen Ihle
CEO, Fortum Charge & Drive Norway
Ladestasjoner – hva skal til for å få det til med båt?
Carl Edvard Endresen
CEO, Uber Norge
Personal transport redefined
Even Heggernes
CEO, Nabobil.no
Smart vehicle sharing
Jon Kåre Stene
COO, Kolonial.no
Leave your car at home, shop online, save the planet

10:30 – 11:00  BREAK


11:00 – 12:30  SMART MOBILITY TOWARDS 2030
SESSION 6. Zero emissions and service economy

Simen Tegre
CEO, Zaptec
Made in Norway – Reinventing power
Jan-Olaf Willums
Chairman, MoveAbout
Transport as a service
Åsmund Møll Frengstad
CEO & Co-founder, Meshcrafts
Software for smart transport
 

PANEL DEBATE  DIFFERENT INTERESTS – SAME OPPORTUNITIES?
Kristian E. Vik, General Secretary, Norsk Hydrogenforum
Torun Degnes, CEO, Electric Mobility Norway
Marianne Rist-Larsen Reime, Project Manager, OREEC

Moderated by Mali Skogen, Direktør, OREEC

 

We reserve the right to make changes to the program at any time.

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