Day Two

Agenda

08:30
Welcome coffee
08:50
Opening remarks from the Chair

Barbara Wise 
Commissioner 
NSW Point to Point Transport Commission

MOBILITY & SMART INFRASTRUCTURE
09:00
Outlook for infrastructure: two perspectives

Planning for infrastructure that support future vehicle technologies

  • Will future vehicles require transport agencies to make changes to their physical infrastructure?
  • Is it likely that expanded communications coverage and access to road operator data is needed?
  • Are there new use cases that our infrastructure will need to support?

Stuart Ballingall
Director, Transport Futures 
VicRoads

09:30
Infrastructure requirements for connected and autonomous vehicles
  • Preparing roads and the community for driverless vehicles
  • Reporting back on automated vehicle trials
  • Ensuring automated vehicles interact with road infrastructure
  • Testing vehicles with partial automation in various conditions

Jeremy Nassau
CV Trial Program, Senior Manager, Strategic Initiative
Transurban

10:00
Future automated vehicle regulation in Australia
  • Overview of regulatory reforms
  • Implications for the industry
  • Future outlook and timelines

Marcus Burke
Project Director - Compliance & Technology
National Transport Commission

10:30
PANEL DISCUSSION: Leveraging smart infrastructure in smart cities for better urban mobility
  • Building the roadmap for smart infrastructure + cities + mobility
  • Integrating connected autonomous vehicles with urban mobility
  • Tackling the challenges and future opportunities

Moderator:
Barbara Wise 

Commissioner 
NSW Point to Point Transport Commission

Panellists:
Jeremy Nassau 

CV Trial Program, Senior Manager, Strategic Initiative 
Transurban

Jonathan Myers
Head of Growth, Innovation and Partnerships
Keolis Downer

Evan Walker
Director of Smart Innovation Centre 
Transport for NSW

Dr Neil Temperley
Executive Product Manager - Future Cities Transport and Logistics Living Lab Mentor
 Data61 CSIRO

Hany Eldaly 
Managing Director/Co-Founder
MaaS Australia

11:10
Networking break & showcase viewing
11:45
CASE STUDY: THE IMPORTANCE OF AN INTEGRATED STRATEGY FOR URBAN MOBILITY

•        How connectivity, sharing, electrification and autonomous are converging
•        What this means for the consumer and the automotive industry
•        Real life examples of how General Motors are integrating these four pillars

Anthony Riemann
Director, Strategy and Urban Mobility 
General Motors International, Holden 

CONNECTIVITY, DATA & SECURITY
12:15
Hands on with the self-driving car: The State of play in 2018

A tour through what’s happening behind the scenes of the top automakers, technology corporates and start-ups leading the race towards developing widespread autonomous vehicles.

Professor Michael Milford
Professor, ARC Future Fellow
Microsoft Research Faculty Fellow, Chief Investigator 
Australian Centre for Robotic Vision, Queensland University of Technology

12:45
Overcoming the cyber-security threat of connected cars
  • What are the biggest threats facing autonomous vehicles?
  • How do we defend against cyber-threats in a connected world?
  • Can the connected world be made a safer world – if so, how?

Matt Tett 
Chair, Cybersecurity & Network Resilience, IoTA
Managing Director, Enex TestLab

13:15 – 14:15
Lunch & exhibition viewing
Afternoon Chair

Dr. Neil Temperley
Executive Product Manager - Future Cities Transport and Logistics Living Lab Mentor,
Data61 CSIRO

INSURANCE, LIABILITY & SAFETY
14:15
Driverless cars will change auto insurance – how do insurers adapt?
  • Planning for a driverless future
  • Ensuring insurers adapt to change
  • Assessing future driving habits and patterns
  • Clarifying the future of accidents and insurance claims

Steve Cratchley
Pricing Manager – Asset and Advanced Technology 
Suncorp Group

14:45
The role of trust, safety and insurance in a driverless world
  • How insurance industry can enable driverless vehicles
  • The role of trust and safety
  • What do insurance & liability look like in a world of driverless vehicles

Cecilia Warren
Director, Mobility Research and Development
IAG Customer Labs

15:15
Critical legal issues – liability in the new age

Once autonomous vehicles begin to increase their share of the road fleet, car
ownership will decline relative to population growth. This session examines:

  • The future of car ownership
  • Changing landscape for insurance and liability
  • Implications for consumers and the industry

Owen Hayford
Legal Advisor
PwC Legal

15:45
Afternoon tea & exhibition viewing
CONSUMER TRUST & ADOPTION
16:15
Winning consumer trust to drive adoption of self- driving cars
  • Will self-driving cars win consumer trust?
  • What does the latest research tell us?
  • How does auto technology help build the trust?

Steve Nuttall 
Research Director 
ACA Research

16:45
Future of cars: Safety considerations
  • Assessing the safety features of autonomous cars
  • Tracking vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure technology
  • Looking beyond trials into full-scale integration with autonomous cars

Professor Brian Fildes
PhD
Monash University Accident Research Centre

 

17:15
CLOSING PANEL: Connected cars, autonomous vehicles, and the future of driving – what happens next?
  • What does the future hold for connected cars?
  • Where are we now? And where are we headed?
  • How do brands offer a seamless customer journey?

Moderator:
Dr. Neil Temperley
Executive Product Manager - Future Cities Transport and Logistics Living Lab Mentor,
Data61 CSIRO

Panellists:
Dickson Leow
Principle Technology Leader 
ARRB

Majid Sarvi
Chairman
Transport Engineering

Peter Blanshard
Chief Executive Officer 
Institute of Automotive Mechanical Engineers

David Pickett
Certification & Engineering Manager 
Volvo

17:45
Closing remarks from Chair & end of summit
17:50
End of Day two and close of summit