Doors open at 7:00 AM

Doors open at 7:00 AM
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Agora Stage Michelin
Official opening of the 2019 Movin’On Summit
Agora Stage Michelin

Florent Menegaux,
Speaker

Pierre Cannet,
Moderator

Kotchakorn Voraakhom,
Conférencier

At the opening ceremony, you will be introduced to members of the next generation, as well as political, business, and civil society leaders who will share their quest to bring sustainable mobility to life. This segment lights the spark for the two and a half days of discussion and seeking solutions.

  • Opening remarks by Florent Menegaux (Michelin)
  • New Generations Panel moderated by Pierre Cannet (WWF France)
  • Talk By Kotchakorn Voraakhom (Porous City Network)

Musical performance by Téhu

10:45
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12:00

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Cabaret Thales
Speeding Up Decarbonization in the Americas
Cabaret Thales

Monica Araya,
Speaker

Guangzhe Chen,
Speaker

Alexis Gazzo,
Moderator

Rahul Kumar,
Speaker

Chris Nielsen,
Speaker

Kristof Vereenooghe,
Speaker

Catherine Kargas,
Moderator

Whereas the context is unfavourable for the maintenance of a dynamic environmental approach, some stakeholders from both the public and private sectors focus on decarbonization, whether through practical actions or bold policies. Come meet decarbonization and transport electrification experts as well as civil society stakeholders who will discuss the main challenges they face.

  • Conversation with Monica Araya (Costa Rica Limpia), Guangzhe Chen (The World Bank), Alexis Gazzo(Moderator)
  • Panel with Rahul Kumar (Keolis group), Chris Nielsen (Electric Cab North America), Kristof Vereenooghe (Evbox), Catherine Kargas (Moderator)

Musical performance by Croche Blanche

11:00
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12:15

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Rethinking Urban Mobility: Challenges and Opportunities
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Caroline Parot,
Speaker

Wee Shann Lam,
Speaker

Michael Hurwitz,
Speaker

Nat Parker,
Speaker

Mauricio Rodas,
Speaker

Mary Crass,
Moderator

In a context where urban mobility undergoes changes, such as the rise in car sharing, an increase in soft mobility solutions plus new services and digitalization, take the opportunity to come and meet urban transport experts who are working towards making mobility smarter, safer and more inclusive.

  • Conversation with Caroline Parot (Europcar Mobility Group), Wee Shann Lam (Land Transport Authority Singapore (LTA)), [TBA] (Moderator)
  • Panel with Michael Hurwitz (Transport For London), Nat Parker (moovel Group), Mauricio Rodas (Quito, Ecuador), Mary Crass (Moderator)

Artistic performances by Tentacle Tribe Musical performance by N/B/K Live

13:15
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Cabaret Thales
Putting Circularity at the Core of New Mobilities
Cabaret Thales

Carl Bäckstrand,
Speaker

John B. Rogers,
Speaker

Pierre Cannet,
Moderator

Anne Baer,
Speaker

Sakchai Patiparnpreechavud,
Speaker

Izabella Teixeira,
Speaker

Brice Lalonde,
Moderator

While circularity has yet to be adequately represented in the mobility of today, new opportunities in tomorrow’s mobility will allow it to take its rightful place. In this session, multiple stakeholders in the mobility ecosystem will share their views regarding the implementation of full-circle thinking in the development of new modes of transport.

  • Conversation with Carl Bäckstrand (White Arkitekter), John B. Rogers (LM Industry Inc.), Pierre Cannet (Moderator)
  • Panel with Anne Baer (Ikare Innovation), Sakchai Patiparnpreechavud (SCG), Izabella Teixeira (UN Environment ONU), Brice Lalonde (Moderator)
13:30
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14:45

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Optimizing Goods Transportation and Traffic to Cities
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Jon Chorley,
Speaker

Jochen Thewes,
Speaker

Patrick Lortie,
Moderator

Danielle Harris,
Speaker

Olivier Ribet,
Speaker

Fathi TlatlI,
Speaker

Katie Turnbull,
Moderator

As the true cornerstone of economies, goods transportation requires efficient organization between cities and within them. Meet logistics specialists and municipal stakeholders to learn more about the optimization of smart delivery services and the last mile delivery.

  • Conversation with Jon Chorley (Oracle), Jochen Thewes (DB Schenker), Patrick Lortie (Moderator)
  • Panel with Danielle Harris (San Francisco), Olivier Ribet (Dassault Systèmes), Fathi Tlatli (DHL Customer Solutions and Innovation (CSI)), Katie Turnbull (Moderator)
15:30
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16:45

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Restoring the Confidence in AI
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Alex Dayon,
Speaker

Éric Chaniot,
Interviewer

Etienne Hermite,
Speaker

Daniel Hoffer,
Speaker

Seleta Reynolds,
Speaker

Constance Chalchat,
Moderator

With AI contributing more and more to mobility solutions, and autonomous vehicles being at our doorstep, the general public ponders on the role that algorithms should play in the decision-making process. Come hear from key stakeholders in smart mobility and get to know the challenges surrounding a connected and autonomous mobility.

  • Alex Dayon (Salesforce), interviewed by Éric Chaniot
  • Panel with Etienne Hermite (Navya), Daniel Hoffer (Autotech Ventures), Seleta Reynolds (Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT)), Constance Chalchat (Moderator)
08:45
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10:00

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Cabaret Thales
The Impact of Multimodality on Supply Chains
Cabaret Thales

Jon Chorley,
Speaker

Karl Simon,
Speaker

Patrick Lortie,
Moderator

Crystal Lassiter,
Speaker

Derek Mackay,
Speaker

Mary Crass,
Moderator

Requirements for supply over long distances and within cities have consequences on the environment, logistics chains and data utilization. Discover how multimodal mobility for goods allows for the development of a more sustainable transportation.

  • Conversation with Jon Chorley (Oracle),Karl Simon (United States Environmental Protection Agency), Patrick Lortie (Moderator)
  • Panel with Crystal Lassiter (UPS), Derek Mackay (Scottish Government), [TBA], Mary Crass (Moderator)
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What Will Be the Impact of a 1.5 °C Rise on Mobility?
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José Gomes Mendes,
Speaker

Sophie Javary,
Speaker

Katie Turnbull,
Moderator

Miguel Gaspar,
Speaker

Ursula Mathar,
Speaker

Momar Nguer,
Speaker

Sandra J. Sucher,
Moderator

Now that it is generally agreed upon that the global temperature will increase by 1.5 °C in the next five to 10 years, the transportation industry must take this into consideration in order to reduce its carbon footprint. Our mobility experts will discuss the different ways of rethinking our ecosystem to better adapt to it and reduce the ecological impact of the transportation industry.

  • Conversation with José Gomes Mendes (Portugal), Sophie Javary (BNP Paribas), Katie Turnbull (Moderator)
  • Panel with Miguel Gaspar (Lisbon, Portugal), Ursula Mathar (BMW Group), Momar Nguer (Total), Sandra J. Sucher (Moderator)
10:45
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12:00

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Cabaret Thales
Air Quality: A Collective Challenge
Cabaret Thales

Guillaume Pepy,
Speaker

Wee Shann Lam,
Speaker

Kulveer Ranger,
Moderator

Oliver Humpert,
Speaker

Allie Kelly,
Speaker

Fazilet Cinaralp,
Speaker

Susanna Zammataro,
Moderator

Air quality is a key component of the quality of life, and poses a challenge that concerns all stakeholders from cities, countries, civil society and companies. Come meet key speakers who offer concrete solutions, working as an ecosystem to solve this collective problem.

  • Conversation with Guillaume Pepy (SNCF), Wee Shann Lam (Land Transport Authority Singapore (LTA)), Kulveer Range (Moderator)
  • Panel with Fazilet Cinaralp (Etrma), Dr. Oliver Humpert (Porsche AG), Allie Kelly (The Ray), Susanna Zammataro (Moderator)
11:00
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Connecting Rural and Suburban Areas Through Multimodality
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Anita Sengupta,
Speaker

Valérie Bertheau,
Moderator

Thierry Mallet,
Speaker

Darwin Moosavi,
Speaker

Seong-Ik OH,
Speaker

Catherine Kargas,
Moderator

Accessing the urban centres of bigger cities and routes outside cities is essential for people living in rural and suburban areas. In this session, we will see how certain stakeholders put multimodality and accessibility at the core of their transportation offer strategy outside city centres.

  • Conversation with Anita Sengupta (Airspace Experience Technologies), [TBA], Valérie Bertheau (Moderator)
  • Panel with Thierry Mallet (Transdev), Darwin Moosavi (California State Transportation Agency), Seong-Ik OH (Republic of Korea), Catherine Kargas (Moderator)
13:15
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Cabaret Thales
New Roadmap for Autonomous Vehicles: Rebuilding Trust
Cabaret Thales

Hadi Zablit,
Speaker

Juergen Reers,
Interviewer

Kristopher Carter,
Speaker

Pierre Schaeffer,
Speaker

Venkat Sumantran,
Speaker

Alejandro Zamorano,
Moderator

While the first Level 4 autonomous vehicles were expected on our roads by 2021, it now seems difficult to envision their entry into service on-time given the technical complexity, erosion of the public’s trust and strong regulatory frameworks being constructed. In this session, key stakeholders will discuss the new roadmap for autonomous vehicles and the conditions required for their arrival.

  • Hadi Zablit (The Alliance - Renault Nissan Mitsubishi) interviewd by Juergen Reers
  • Panel with Kristopher Carter (City of Boston), Juergen Reers (Accenture), Pierre Schaeffer (Thales), Venkat Sumantran (Celeris Technologies), Alejandro Zamorano (Moderator)
13:30
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How Do We Reconcile Smart Mobility and Circularity?
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Fabien Derville,
Speaker

Arnaud Leroy,
Speaker

Carla Bailo,
Speaker

Peter F. Tropschuh,
Speaker

Rashmi Urdhwareshe,
Speaker

Brice Lalonde,
Moderator

While technology and innovation greatly increase vehicle autonomy and sustainability, it is important to take a look at circularity — from understanding the need to designing solutions for smart mobility. Our experts from the automotive industry will discuss the success factors of smart, circular mobility.

  • Conversation with Fabien Derville (Mobivia), Arnaud Leroy (Ademe), [TBA] (Moderator) This conversation will be in French
  • Panel with Carla Bailo (Center for Automotive Research), Peter F. Tropschuh (Audi), Rashmi Urdhwareshe (Automotive Research Association Of India), Brice Lalonde (Moderator)
15:30
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Redefining Tomorrow’s Multimodal Mobility
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Greg Clark,
Speaker

Mark De La Vergne,
Speaker

Carla Bailo,
Moderator

Jean Todt,
Speaker

Yoshua Bengio,
Speaker

Safety, inclusiveness and efficiency are essential to build tomorrow’s multimodal, sustainable mobility. In this session, we will picture what mobility would look like in a city without cars, closer to the citizen, and cohabiting with artificial intelligence.

  • Conversation with Greg Clark (HSBC Global Banking), Mark De La Vergne (City of Detroit), Carla Bailo (Moderator)
  • Jean Todt (FIA), interviewed by [TBA]
  • Talk By Yoshua Bengio (Mila)
08:45
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Cabaret Thales
A Safe and Inclusive Mobility
Cabaret Thales

John Walter,
Speaker

David Yang,
Speaker

Sheila Watson,
Moderator

Hervé Bernard,
Speaker

Moran David,
Speaker

Caroline Samponaro,
Speaker

Christopher Schafer,
Speaker

Susanna Zammataro,
Moderator

Tomorrow’s mobility can only happen if safety and inclusiveness are considered fundamental factors in its development. In this session, experts in safety and new mobilities will share their vision of safe and inclusive transport.

  • Conversation with John Walter (ISO - International Organization for Standardisation), Dr. David Yang (AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety), Sheila Watson (Moderator)
  • Panel with Hervé Bernard (Handicap International – Humanité & Inclusion), Moran David (Mobileye), Caroline Samponaro (Lyft), Christopher Schafer (LIME), Susanna Zammataro (Moderator)
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Ethics and the challenges of ownership, data security, and data sharing
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Carla Gohin,
Speaker

Carlo Purassanta,
Speaker

Shalene Gupta,
Moderator

Rémi Bastien,
Speaker

Kulveer Ranger,
Speaker

Karl Simon,
Speaker

Alejandro Zamorano,
Moderator

The mobility community generates immense amounts of data, all of which helps stakeholders better understand major trends and leverage AI to develop new services. Keeping ethics top-of-mind while developing these services raises issues of ownership, data sharing and data protection. Come meet experts in the field to better understand how data can be leveraged to organize a safe and sustainable urban mobility.

  • Conversation with Carla Gohin (Groupe PSA), Carlo Purassanta ( Microsoft France), Shalene Gupta (Moderator)
  • Panel with Rémi Bastien (VEDECOM), Kulveer Ranger (Atos), Karl Simon (United States Environmental Protection Agency), Alejandro Zamorano (Moderator)
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Solutions for multimodal ecosystems
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Sreedhar Cherukuri,
Speaker

Miguel Gaspar,
Speaker

Philippe Schnobb,
Speaker

Sandra J. Sucher,
Moderator

How can we significantly improve the quality of life for citizens in cities through initiatives related to air quality and decarbonization? Come join urban mobility stakeholders to help implement bold action plans towards achieving a net zero-emission economy.

  • Talk by [TBD]
  • Panel with Sreedhar Cherukuri (APCRDA), Miguel Gaspar (Lisbon), Philippe Schnobb (STM), Sandra J. Sucher (Moderator)
13:00
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Agora Stage Michelin
Official Closing of the 2019 Movin’On Summit
Agora Stage Michelin

Luis Alfonso De Alba,
Speaker

Florent Menegaux,
Speaker

During the closing ceremony we will collectively take the time to review the achievements of the 2019 Movin’On Summit. As a community and an ecosystem we will look at the ideas proposed, the solutions generated and the action plans in place to light the path to 2020.

  • New Generations Panel
  • Closing remarks by Florent Menegaux (Michelin) and Luis Alfonso De Alba (United Nations)
10:45
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Working sessions

Studio Accenture E
MIM’s the Word: Scaling urban mobility services for the global market by deploying minimal interoperability mechanisms (Part 1)
Studio Accenture E

Davor Meersman,
Leader

Markku Niemi,
Expert

Stéphane Guidoin,
Expert

Catherine Kargas,
Expert

Paulo Calcada,
Expert

Suthee Sangiambut,
Expert

How can cities accelerate the uptake of smart mobility services using common and open data standards and data models?

  1. Understand how cities can use MIMs as standards in the procurement process to avoid vendor lock-in and de-risk innovation.
  2. Define the requirements of a “proof of interoperability” test; a simple, open-source interface which allows potential suppliers and vendors to prove they can handle the data as promised.
  3. Discuss the city’s role in the sharing and monetizing of mobility data.

Objective: To populate a solutions repository of practical blueprints that can support both demand-side (cities) and supply-side (companies) in the development of mobility services based on open (IoT) data.

With Open & Agile Smart Cities (OASC)

Facilitated by Nogol Madani

ATTENTION This is a two-part activity that takes place over two consecutive days. By registering for Part 1 you will be registered for Part 2.

10:45
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12:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture B
Applying a Circular Economy Metric for Business
Studio Accenture B

Carolien Van Brunschot,
Leader

Given that our global economy is 9% circular, what economic and ecological potential does the transition from 91% linear business to a circular economy hold for your organization?

  1. Deepen your knowledge of how you can drive more circular business, by measuring and calculating your circularity through procurement, processing and use of circular business models.
  2. Master the different circularity metrics for material flows in a universal cross sector framework.
  3. Find out how your company can determine priorities through the identification of your linear risk and circular opportunities by applying the WBCSD methodology.

Objective: To provide, explain, and improve the circularity metrics through bite-size pilot projects within companies.

With the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)

Facilitated by Julie Nadon

Engage in this pedagogy-oriented session.

10:45
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12:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture D
AI and the last mile: Meeting seller, shipper and consumer demands
Studio Accenture D

André Pharand,
Co-Leader

Brody Buhler,
Co-Leader

How can AI help to meet, and exceed customer expectations of “fast & free” delivery while also meeting ambitious “lean & green” ecological and congestion constraints?

  1. Learn how AI-powered, customer-oriented predictive analytics can provide suppliers with market insights on who will buy what items, and when.
  2. Explore the concept of a local orchestration platform for synchronizing pickup and delivery routes at a moment’s notice as part of a dynamic supply chain.
  3. Investigate how vehicular autonomy will transform downstream access from last-mile into “last-meter”, and how national postal services, industry leaders, and new “asset-light, info-rich” start-ups could evolve in concert as a result.

Objective: To generate elements of partnership prototypes and new regulatory framework for urban goods transport stakeholders.

With Accenture

Facilitated by Justine Gagnon

Engage in this action-oriented session.

10:45
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12:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture C
An overlooked option seeks center stage: The case for Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) and Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) in today’s energy-mobility sector
Studio Accenture C

Agnès Dumesges,
Leader

Andrew J. Littlefair,
Expert

Mike Casteel,
Expert

How can we promote natural gas for vehicles (both NG and bioNG) in both commercial fleets or public entities?

  1. Recognise the economic and environmental benefits of natural gas for vehicles as a credible alternative energy source for sustainable mobility.
  2. Evaluate the latest technologies and proven business models for natural gas mobility.
  3. Identify the necessary conditions to replicate the American development of CNG and bioGNV in Europe.

Objective: Study and share solutions to accelerate the shift of heavy-vehicle fleets to natural gas (freight transport, buses, waste collection, etc.).

With Total

Facilitated by Natalia Hartinger

Engage in this challenge-oriented session.

10:45
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12:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture A
The Seamless City: Unleashing the power of cohesive, coordinated, on-demand multimodal mobility
Studio Accenture A

Gaïane Vicente,
Co-Leader

Yves Perreal,
Co-Leader

How can we optimize a multimodal service offering in order to meet constantly fluctuating user demands?

  1. Understand the network of relationships between the transit operator, the passenger/user, and the transport authority.
  2. Identify the key steps needed to effIciently enable a seamless urban mobility.
  3. Formulate examples of a multimodal vision of governance that would be embraced by all stakeholders.

Objective: To generate key decisions and actions for moving from planned transport operation to a mobility offering customized to actual demand.

With Thales

Facilitated by Chantal Gosselin

Engage in this action-oriented session.

13:15
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14:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture A
A multi-stakeholder perspective on improving quality of life, air and health in our cities
Studio Accenture A

Daniela Rathe,
Leader

How can company-and-city partnerships develop tools for sophisticated assessment of congestion and air quality in high-traffic urban areas?

  1. Study how specific city projects (e.g. construction sites) can worsen congestion and air quality in unintended, wide-ranging ways.
  2. Improve the collection of input from all possible affected parties, (non-drivers, local residents, etc), to optimize decision-making and policy.
  3. Share ideas on how a purpose-built, small-scale assessment tool could be deployed in a massive metropolis.

Objective: To generate an air quality toolbox whose solutions could be applied to cities of all sizes.

With Porsche

Facilitated by Hasina Razafindratandra

Engage in this action-oriented session.

13:15
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14:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture D
Electric vehicles for last mile deliveries: How corporate fleets can reverse the air quality crisis in cities
Studio Accenture D

Aditya Ramji,
Expert

Gonçalo Castelo Branco,
Expert

Crystal Lassiter,
Expert

Igor Stamenkovic,
Expert

What are the actions required from multiple stakeholders to accelerate the overall mobility transition to low emission through electric last mile delivery?

  1. Enumerate the demand-side challenges and requirements to transition to low emission vehicles and reach scale.
  2. Explore the ways that the supply side can support this scale up.
  3. Discuss how cities can support and accelerate this transition with targeted regulation, incentives, and more.

Objective: To assemble a list of critical next steps required from each category of stakeholder to achieve this transition to low-emission urban mobility together.

With the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)

Facilitated by Julie Nadon

Engage in this challenge-oriented session.

13:15
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14:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture C
It Takes a Village: Uniting mobility and real estate to drive urban and social sustainability
Studio Accenture C

Andrée De Serres,
Leader

Alain Dumaine,
Expert

Josée Chiasson,
Expert

Pierre Romelaer,
Expert

How can we create inclusive, safe, efficient, affordable and green communities with a cross-sectoral real estate-mobility approach to urban planning?

  1. Expand your awareness of how urban mobility is inextricably linked to real estate, neighbourhood communities diversity and development.
  2. Model a collaborative vision of urban sustainability by describing, challenging and then voting on an ideal urban development of the future.
  3. Equip yourself with concepts and tactics to promote this vision in your own area of action.

Objective: To illustrate the benefits of trilateral collaboration between stakeholders in mobility, real estate, and urban design.

With ESG UQAM Ivanhoé Cambridge Real Estate Research Chair

Facilitated by Nathalie Doré

Engage in this action-oriented session.

13:15
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14:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture B
Designing suitable long-term trajectories for decarbonizing the passenger transport sector
Studio Accenture B

Yann Briand,
Leader

How to build long-term trajectories relevant for decision makers to set up national decarbonization strategies?

  1. Inform short-term decisions through the development of long-term trajectories.
  2. Account for specific challenges faced by countries and governments in the definition of national long-term trajectories.
  3. Design an analytic framework to set up long-term trajectories integrating decarbonization and other sustainable issues.

Objective: To enrich the IDDRI decarbonization tool by generating a public debate on national long-term decarbonization trajectories.

With the Institut du Développement Durable et des Relations Internationales (IDDRI)

Facilitated by Claire Gerin Lajoie

Engage in this action-oriented session.

13:15
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14:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture E
Smart Financing for Smart Ecosystems: How to build a consortium of collective intelligence and innovation in sustainable urban mobility (Part 1)
Studio Accenture E

Pierre-Emmanuel Houillier,
Co-Leader

Virginie Grand,
Co-Leader

Ovarith Troeung,
Expert

How can we mobilize public-private-citizen partnerships to reduce the risk factors and costs that accompany the global deployment of sustainable urban mobility?

  1. Study how to construct effective partnerships to drive down the cost of new mobility technologies (e.g. charging networks, multimodal transit, large-scale hydrogen electrolysis).
  2. Address and mitigate the economic risk factors associated with transforming our urban zones into the smart, green, inclusive cities of the future.
  3. Grasp the critical importance of shepherding current mobility players through a successful energy transition.

Objective: To contribute to a “how-to” guide on constructing effective partnerships for financing large-scale energy and mobility transition projects.

With HSBC

Facilitated by Andréane Gariepy

ATTENTION This is a two-part activity that takes place over two consecutive days. By registering for Part 1 you will be registered for Part 2.

15:15
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16:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture D
The Fleet as Flywheel: Establishing the most effective practices for accelerating the decarbonization of urban mobility
Studio Accenture D

Eric Jillard,
Leader

Christoph Wolff,
Expert

How do we identify the best (and worst) policies, incentives, and business innovations for large-scale electrification of vehicle fleets in urban areas?

  1. Study the concept of city archetypes (energy mix, transit maturity, proportion of vehicle ownership, etc.) and how they dictate what policies and incentives will be most effective.
  2. Examine best practices to customize effective incentives based on specific city archetypes worldwide.
  3. Initiate the development of decision-support tools for achieving zero-emission fleets.

Objective: To generate content for a fleet decarbonization toolbox to be disseminated by the World Economic Forum.

With the World Economic Forum

Facilitated by Michele Musci

Engage in this action-oriented session.

15:15
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16:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture B
Goods Transport and Urban Congestion: An opportunity hidden inside a problem
Studio Accenture B

Paulo Humanes,
Leader

Marc Dalbard,
Expert

How can advanced logistics and Transport-as-a-Service help cities build a sustainable and efficient urban goods transport ecosystem?

  1. Discover the novel opportunities for urban delivery such as soft mobility, vehicle sharing, and micro-depots.
  2. Grasp how an ecosystemic approach to goods logistics allows a better understanding of second-degree, often unintended effects of new policy changes.
  3. Recognize how such an approach can lead to decreased congestion, lower road maintenance costs and improved safety for city dwellers.

Objective: To help decision makers appreciate that goods transport is not merely a problem to be solved, but a powerful and under-utilized tool for achieving sustainable urban mobility.

With PTV

Facilitated by Amparo Aguado

Engage in this action-oriented session.

15:15
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16:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture E
Identification of solutions to increase the range of fuel cell- and battery-powered heavy-duty trucks (Part 1)
Studio Accenture E

Mike Roeth,
Co-Leader

Robert Radulescu,
Co-Leader

Vivek Sujan,
Expert

Nicolas Pocard,
Expert

Francisco Gonzalez,
Expert

How can fuel cell and battery electric heavy trucks become a viable zero-emission solution for freight carriers?

  1. Examine the latest fuel cell, battery, and charging technologies, as well as the likely developments in the next decade.
  2. Consider the range enhancement that could be obtained through improvements in lightweighting, aerodynamics and other component technologies.
  3. Investigate how to adapt and further develop freight carrier business models for the purpose of extending vehicle range.

Objective: To compile a list of possibilities for increasing the range of zero-emission heavy trucks.

With the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE)

ATTENTION This is a two-part activity that takes place over two consecutive days. By registering for Part 1 you will be registered for Part 2.

15:15
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16:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture C
Plug & Charge: Facilitate customer journey in the upcoming electromobility transition
Studio Accenture C

Mathieu Lanéelle,
Leader

Julien Gueit,
Expert

Gilles Le Calvez,
Expert

What are the relevant success factors for rapid deployment of a simple, secure, and pleasant user experience across charging networks?

  1. Identify how new technical standards can enable simpler identification and payment systems for EV drivers.
  2. Discuss how to ensure universal charging station compatibility as well as unparalleled safety and security for drivers.
  3. Reflect on how all stakeholders (car maker, energy provider, insurer, operator, etc.) can collaborate to promote the end user’s rights in a connected electromobility ecosystem.

Objective: To define the essential characteristics of a customer-centered business model for electromobility.

With Total

Facilitated by Natalia Hartinger

Engage in this action-oriented session.

15:15
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16:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture A
When Energy and Mobility Meet: Multiplying the CO2 reduction potential of the electric vehicle with a lifecycle approach
Studio Accenture A

Ursula Mathar,
Expert

Axel Kaltwasser,
Expert

How can we go beyond a lifecycle approach with second-life for a holistic perspective on electromobility?

  1. Map out the parameters of a deeper collaboration between energy players and car makers.
  2. Reflect on how to apply the success factors from BMW’s Leipzig i3 factory to a variety of different contexts.
  3. Enumerate feasible use cases for renewable energy management in a cooperative and circular economy.

Objective: To expedite the transition to sustainability through the convergence of expertise in both the energy and mobility sectors.

With BMW Group

Facilitated by Chantal Gosselin

Engage in this challenge-oriented session.

08:45
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10:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture E
Smart charging and the evolution of consumer attitudes toward mobility and energy providers
Studio Accenture E

Laurent De Vroey,
Leader

As the large-scale electrification of mobility begins to transform car owners and users into members of a distributed energy community, how will customers react to this fundamental change in status?

  1. Get a sense of the public’s comfort level with the new smart charging dynamic.
  2. Enumerate the ways in which V2G (vehicle-to-grid) and intermittent charging can ease the burden on the energy production and transmission, as well as lower materials and infrastructure costs.
  3. Reflect on how this new bi-directionality could benefit the entire energy ”tree”, from the high-voltage production “trunk” to the myriad of local, low-voltage distribution “twigs and leaves”.

Objective: To measure user acceptance as a key constraint for uptake of this new smart charging business model.

With Engie

Facilitated by Hasina Razafindratandra

Engage in this action-oriented session.

08:45
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10:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture C
The End of Empty Miles: Slashing urban congestion and pollution due to goods delivery in cities
Studio Accenture C

Tom Madrecki,
Expert

François-Régis Le Tourneau,
Expert

Tariel Camerois,
Expert

Guy Pekle,
Leader

David de Grandpré,
Expert

Christian Philip,
Expert

Antoine Radal,
Expert

Sebastien Duchemin,
Expert

How can we create a partnership-focused last-mile ecosystem for efficient, eco-friendly goods mobility?

  1. Define ambitious, measurable KPIs for reducing urban emissions and congestion.
  2. Explore the specific applications of new concepts like one street, soft-mobility, reverse logistics and micro-subcontracting.
  3. Investigate how large delivery companies could employ a cross-industry logistics platform to minimize empty mileage and low volumes of cargo per vehicle.

Objective: To consolidate a list of incremental improvements which will yield solutions for urban congestion and pollution.

With Sopra Steria and UPS

Facilitated by Mylène Bidoyet

Engage in this action-oriented session.

08:45
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10:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture D
Autonomous Vehicles, Data, and Privacy: The intersection of real-world safety and cybersecurity
Studio Accenture D

Jean-Marie Letort,
Leader

Hany Fam,
Expert

How can the tried-and-tested best practices from the IT, aerospace, and defense fields mitigate public anxiety around autonomous driving, cybersecurity, safety, and privacy?

  1. Generate a catalogue of causes of worry, fear, or anxiety about data security and privacy in the impending world of connected, autonomous mobility.
  2. Understand and review the successful practices and measures that are already in place to protect our data and our citizens.
  3. Gain a more comprehensive understanding of the issues facing regulators, car makers, insurers, and operators regarding autonomous vehicles.

Objective: To allay anxiety and pinpoint solutions and approaches compatible with the multimodal mobitliy ecosystem.

With Thales

Facilitated by Chantal Gosselin

Engage in this challenge-oriented session.

08:45
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10:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture B
Sourcing Eco-Circularity: The hunt for collaborative partnerships for sustainable material scale-up
Studio Accenture B

Olivier Jan,
Co-Leader

Jocelyn Doucet,
Expert

Nabil Nasr,
Expert

Nicolas Seeboth,
Expert

Christophe Durand,
Co-Leader

How do we shed the conventional linear business mindset and embrace the circular complexity of bio-sourced and recycled materials value chains through collaborative partnerships ?

  1. Define the underlying principles, key drivers & success factors of various eco-circular business models.
  2. Recognize that “closing the loop” on materials requires creative new tactics like non-traditional partnerships and contracts, a cross-sector client base, or a supply network rather than a chain.
  3. Develop a list of guiding questions to identify pros & cons of non-traditional approaches.

Objective: To elaborate a blueprint of the unique business perspective required to succeed in the eco-circular space.

With Deloitte

Facilitated by Louise Kold-Taylor

Engage in this action-oriented session.

08:45
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10:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture A
The future of e-commerce driven by AI and eco-responsible citizens
Studio Accenture A

Guillaume Aurine,
Leader

Emmanuel Grandserre,
Expert

Anaïs Nicolas,
Expert

Daniel Jallais,
Expert

Olivier Bussenot,
Expert

How can AI tools help cities reinvent e-commerce with sustainability and customer experience in mind?

  1. Explore how a city can use data as a tool for citizen education on sustainability.
  2. Investigate the ways that AI can help online shoppers be proactive in reducing CO2 emissions.
  3. Examine an actual use case to learn how AI can empower consumers to optimize their experience and make better decisions, in real-time.

Objective: To jump-start the reduction of e-commerce emissions by applying AI-powered tools for sustainability.

With Salesforce

Facilitated by Henri Desrochers

Engage in this action-oriented session.

10:45
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12:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture C
From Pilot Project to Passing Lane: Integrating autonomous vehicles into our communities and multimodal transit systems
Studio Accenture C

Antoine Sautenet,
Leader

Fouziya Bouzerda,
Expert

Kristopher Carter,
Expert

Pierre Soulard,
Expert

Stéphane Guidoin,
Expert

Arnaud Leroy,
Expert

Véronique Dufort,
Expert

As we proceed with testing AVs on public roads, how can we facilitate their societal acceptance and equitable deployment across our urban landscapes?

  1. Discuss the best ways to integrate AVs such as robo-shuttles into a city’s existing public transit system and private mobility offerings.
  2. Weigh the relative benefits of public-led (e.g. last-mile transit shuttles) and private-led (e.g. robo-taxis) AV initiatives in residential vs. commercial, industrial, or tourist areas.
  3. Consider how to define a legal and regulatory framework for AV deployment which will successfully decrease congestion in dense urban zones.

Objective: To concretize the latest lessons in AV advancement gleaned from current projects in Boston, Lyon, and Montreal.

With Desjardins Capital and Siparex

Facilitated by Louise Kold-Taylor

Engage in this action-oriented session.

10:45
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12:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture E
MIM’s the Word: Scaling urban mobility services for the global market by deploying minimal interoperability mechanisms (Part 2)
Studio Accenture E

Davor Meersman,
Leader

Markku Niemi,
Expert

Stéphane Guidoin,
Expert

Catherine Kargas,
Expert

Paulo Calcada,
Expert

Suthee Sangiambut,
Expert

How can cities accelerate the uptake of smart mobility services using common and open data standards and data models?

  1. Understand how cities can use MIMs as standards in the procurement process to avoid vendor lock-in and de-risk innovation.
  2. Define the requirements of a “proof of interoperability” test; a simple, open-source interface which allows potential suppliers and vendors to prove they can handle the data as promised.
  3. Discuss the city’s role in the sharing and monetizing of mobility data.

Objective: To populate a solutions repository of practical blueprints that can support both demand-side (cities) and supply-side (companies) in the development of mobility services based on open (IoT) data.

With Open & Agile Smart Cities (OASC)

Facilitated by Nogol Madani

ATTENTION This is a two-part activity that takes place over two consecutive days. You cannot attend this session unless you have already participated in Part 1. Please register for Part 1 and we will register you for Part 2.

10:45
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12:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture A
Maritime multimodality for improving end-to-end logistics and sustainability
Studio Accenture A

Patricia Picini,
Co-Leader

Jean-Baptiste Longin,
Co-Leader

How can maritime shipping lower its footprint, given the huge cost and long operational lifespan of modern cargo ships?

  1. Identify immediate next steps to achieve the goal of carbon-neutral shipping by 2050, including new regulations, new ship types, and more.
  2. Consider how maritime shipping could help solve land-based goods mobility problems, like dead miles and ELD limits in trucking, freak weather events, slowdowns at border crossings, and others.
  3. Explore how deeper collaboration and research with channel partners and other stakeholders (loaders, suppliers, ports) could bring forward original solutions for lowering emissions.

Objective: To compile practical initiatives for the journey to carbon-neutral shipping

With CMA CGM

Facilitated by Pierre Ouellette

Engage in this challenge-oriented session.

10:45
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12:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture D
Beyond Green Bonds: Designing and implementing investment products for an accelerated transition to carbon-neutral mobility
Studio Accenture D

Hervé Duteil,
Leader

Alessandro Promutico,
Expert

What are the tools and requirements needed for investors and companies to partner on large-scale projects for sustainable mobility?

  1. Appreciate the importance of funding developing new sustainable businesses, as well as helping polluting “legacy” sectors transition to carbon-neutrality.
  2. Understand the new investment tools such as sustainability-linked loans, with specific KPIs like reduced emissions, energy or water use, measured and validated by an independent 3rd party.
  3. Propose new business opportunities for these innovative financial tools.

Objective: To build a higher level of understanding of how new investment tools are responding to the evolving business models in smart mobility.

With BNP Paribas

Facilitated by Philippe Satre

Engage in this challenge-oriented session.

10:45
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12:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture B
Accelerating the development of hydrogen mobility: A problem-solving approach to overcoming the constraints of zero-emission fuel for fleets
Studio Accenture B

Valérie Bouillon Delporte,
Co-Leader

Bernard Frois,
Co-Leader

What are the best policies, next steps and accelerators for developing clean hydrogen “lighthouse” projects that will inspire widespread deployment?

  1. Review existing success stories of captive FCV fleets such as the Zero Emission Valley project in France, port-centered trucking and hydrogen-powered buses for mass transit.
  2. Apply collective intelligence to debating the constraints and solutions of specific hydrogen projects.
  3. Identify next steps and missing links for duplicating successful hydrogen initiatives in differing contexts and locations.

Objective: To collate a list of concrete actions needed to power the urgently needed transition to zero-emission fuel.

With Hydrogen Europe and the European Commission

Facilitated by Jaime Agesta

Engage in this action-oriented session.

13:15
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14:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture D
The City of Tomorrow: Learning from today’s robo-shuttle pilot projects for large-scale deployment of autonomous vehicles
Studio Accenture D

Scheherazade Zekri,
Leader

How can we apply the relevant lessons from today’s ongoing autonomous shuttle projects to ensure success of self-driving vehicles in our cities?

  1. Discuss how to ensure interoperability as multiple operators, software providers, and manufacturers all enter the autonomous shuttle space.
  2. Balance factors like user density, terrain, climate, and infrastructure in localizing autonomous micro-transit fleet solutions.
  3. Understand the relationship between the fixed-circuit robo-shuttles of today and the impending “transport-on-demand” of fully autonomous, L5 vehicles.

Objective: To determine the basic requirements for social and regulatory acceptability of autonomous vehicles in a diversity of urban use scenarios.

With Keolis

Facilitated by Pierre Ouellette

Engage in this action-oriented session.

13:15
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14:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture C
When road safety reigns supreme: New technologies, strategies and tools for a proactive and preventive approach
Studio Accenture C

Susanna Zammataro,
Leader

Luis Miranda-Moreno,
Co-Leader

David Yang,
Expert

David Zipper,
Expert

How can new mobility solutions assist cities in improving road safety for all types of users in differing urban environments?

  1. Engage in a multi-stakeholder role-play on the complexities of new mobility systems and solutions like ride-hailing, e-scooters, MaaS and more.
  2. Investigate how developing and emerging economies can leap-frog road safety problems through data and technology.
  3. Explore how automated analysis of traffic flow, near-misses, and road user behaviour can enable cities to rapidly diagnose problems and test solutions.

Objective: To compile a checklist of steps to be considered in delivering new mobility systems that can improve road safety and assist stakeholders in reaching Vision Zero goal.

With International Road Federation (IRF) and Brisk Synergies

Facilitated by Natacha Viens

Engage in this action-oriented session.

13:15
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14:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture A
The Mind in the Machine: The holistic application of AI-enhanced business tools for improving multiple mobility domains
Studio Accenture A

Eric Prevost,
Expert

Wes Geisenberger,
Expert

Philippe Cottier,
Leader

How can we liberate AI from its high-tech origins and democratize its power across an entire mobility ecosystem?

  1. Update your perception of AI as an accessible, on-demand and diversified digital assistant.
  2. Experiment with deploying AI-enhanced decision-making across a wide palette of mobility scenarios.
  3. Explore the benefits of AI for internal and external business processes.

Objective: To determine where and how to apply AI tools in your business to improve multiple mobility domains.

With Oracle

Facilitated by Justine Gagnon

Engage in this action-oriented session.

13:15
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14:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture B
Maximize Positive Impact: A hands-on "challenge solving & rapid prototyping" co-design methodology to build sustainable mobility scenarios
Studio Accenture B

Christophe Dumas,
Co-Leader

Fabien Supizet,
Expert

Joris Gaudion,
Co-Leader

Virginie Boutueil,
Expert

How can the collective intelligence gained from solving specific city challenges be applied to tackling the global sustainability mobility challenges faced by all urban territories ?

  1. Collectively build a shared vision of sustainable goals, targetted positive impacts and main challenges to be solved.
  2. Use GameItBrickIt, a LEGO™ based “serious game” method to challenge and improve mobility projects of 3 cities.
  3. Apply the methodology to support better decision-making for creating feasible action plans to reach positive impacts.

Objectifs: To accelerate sustainable urban mobility project by leveraging Movin'On community with innovative co-design methodology.

With LaVilleE+

Facilitated by Aimée Subashi

Engage in this action-oriented session.

13:15
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14:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture E
Smart Financing for Smart Ecosystems: How to build a consortium of collective intelligence and innovation in sustainable urban mobility (Part 2)
Studio Accenture E

Pierre-Emmanuel Houillier,
Co-Leader

Virginie Grand,
Co-Leader

Ovarith Troeung,
Expert

How can we mobilize public-private-citizen partnerships to reduce the risk factors and costs that accompany the global deployment of sustainable urban mobility?

  1. Study how to construct effective partnerships to drive down the cost of new mobility technologies (e.g. charging networks, multimodal transit, large-scale hydrogen electrolysis).
  2. Address and mitigate the economic risk factors associated with transforming our urban zones into the smart, green, inclusive cities of the future.
  3. Grasp the critical importance of shepherding current mobility players through a successful energy transition.

Objective: To contribute to a “how-to” guide on constructing effective partnerships for financing large-scale energy and mobility transition projects.

With HSBC

Facilitated by Andréane Gariepy

ATTENTION This is a two-part activity that takes place over two consecutive days. You cannot attend this session unless you have already participated in Part 1. Please register for Part 1 and we will register you for Part 2.

15:15
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16:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture E
Identification of solutions to increase the range of fuel cell- and battery-powered heavy-duty trucks (Part 2)
Studio Accenture E

Mike Roeth,
Co-Leader

Robert Radulescu,
Co-Leader

Vivek Sujan,
Expert

Nicolas Pocard,
Expert

Francisco Gonzalez,
Expert

How can fuel cell and battery electric heavy trucks become a viable zero-emission solution for freight carriers?

  1. Examine the latest fuel cell, battery, and charging technologies, as well as the likely developments in the next decade.
  2. Consider the range enhancement that could be obtained through improvements in lightweighting, aerodynamics and other component technologies.
  3. Investigate how to adapt and further develop freight carrier business models for the purpose of extending vehicle range.

Objective: To compile a list of possibilities for increasing the range of zero-emission heavy trucks.

With the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE)

ATTENTION This is a two-part activity that takes place over two consecutive days. You cannot attend this session unless you have already participated in Part 1. Please register for Part 1 and we will register you for Part 2.

15:15
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16:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture C
Reconciling resource efficiency and environmental ambitions in the mobility sector
Studio Accenture C

Robert Missen,
Expert

Izabella Teixeira,
Expert

Francois Guichard,
Expert

Michael Hurwitz,
Expert

Fabienne Goyeneche,
Co-Leader

Alexander Law,
Co-Leader

Is longer always better? How do we maintain mobility for billions without exhausting the world’s resources?

  1. Share knowledge on the key issues surrounding durability in the mobility sector.
  2. Apply Lifecycle Assessment methodology to determine whether to repair or replace a product as a technology becomes ever more eco-friendly.
  3. Consider the effect that the pervasive integration of rapidly-evolving connected technologies will have on the long-term durability of the mobility sector.

Objective: To propose solutions, good practices and recommendations for the second part of a white paper to be published after the event.

With the UNECE

Facilitated by Vienna Blum

Engage in this action-oriented session.

15:15
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16:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture A
The Wide-Ranging Consequences of the Driverless Car: A concrete appraisal of AI’s impact on the future of mobility
Studio Accenture A

Mehdi Ferhan,
Leader

Michael Bunce,
Expert

How can we demystify AI’s multiple roles in bringing about new perspectives for tomorrow’s mobility ?

  1. Explore the challenges of implanting a moral sensibility into a machine.
  2. Consider the edge cases of AI navigation as AVs share the road with emergency services, impaired or enraged drivers, and freak weather conditions.
  3. Identify new business opportunities as car occupants shift from being driver-owners to shoppers and viewers.

Objective: To compile a prioritized list of the next steps in the AI-driven automobile sector, beyond the basics of machine learning technology.

With PFA and Plastic Omnium

Facilitated by Nathalie Doré

Engage in this challenge-oriented session.

15:15
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16:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture B
Ready for the Future: Reaching true CO2-neutral mobility across the entire vehicle life cycle, from development through to recycling/second life
Studio Accenture B

Peter F. Tropschuh,
Leader

Sheila Watson,
Expert

How can we determine the most effective synergies for decarbonization between customers, car makers, regulators and suppliers?

  1. Account for a vehicle’s entire CO2 footprint by analyzing each specific phase of its lifecycle (design, materials, manufacturing, energy production, customer use phase, end-of-life).
  2. Learn how to ensure future viability, through circularity, for producing industries by reducing the need for reusing and recycling raw materials.
  3. Study Audi’s comprehensive approach (economy, ecology, society) to sustainability to understand how to integrate the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in your own field.

Objective: To map out next steps and key challenges on the journey to carbon-neutral mobility for the automotive sector.

With Audi

Facilitated by Michele Musci

Engage in this action-oriented session.

15:15
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16:45

Working sessions

Studio Accenture D
Whose Car Is It Anyway? Co-designing sustainable mobility models in fleet management
Studio Accenture D

Bart Beckers,
Leader

How can the domain expertise of fleet operators best be deployed to accelerate the arrival of zero-emission corporate mobility?

  1. Learn about the specific advantages that the fleet management sector can leverage to evolve customer mindset on zero-emission vehicles, car sharing, and driver behaviour.
  2. Study the principles powering Arval’s SMaRT (Sustainable Mobility and Responsible Targets) approach as a launching pad for ideation of fleet decarbonization strategies.
  3. Identify the key differences in international demographics, regulations and cultural attitudes in order to identify the clients that are most receptive to novel mobility offerings.

Objective: To enumerate the essential requirements for a supplier-client partnership that increases the scope and impact of decarbonization efforts in this particular type of Mobility-as-a-Service.

With BNP Paribas and Arval

Facilitated by Philippe Satre

Engage in this action-oriented session.

08:45
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10:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture B
Move faster, think better, improve sustainability: Employing AI for managing disruptive transportation events in real-time
Studio Accenture B

Ryan Hall,
Leader

Simon Maxwell-Stewart,
Expert

Melissa Hartwick,
Expert

How can AI improve the performance of operational algorithms and decision making in time-constrained mobility scenarios?

  1. Grasp the shift in business perspective and processes required to manage disruptive events in logistics and operations.
  2. Make sense of the specificity and limitations of this approach as applied to your own business.
  3. Explore the human success factors necessary for successful implementation of these AI methods: actors, human-in-the-loop design, scope and more.

Objective: To draft a list of best practices for leveraging this new approach to time-sensitive operational decision making.

With Element AI

Facilitated by Pierre Ouellette

Engage in this action-oriented session.

08:45
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10:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture D
The Frugal Mobility City Index as a launchpad for structuring an effective urban mobility strategy
Studio Accenture D

Julien Fanon,
Leader

How can cities sidestep the trap of exclusive, “premium” green mobility and innovate holistically around affordable, accessible transport of people and goods?

  1. Witness how real-world tactical feedback from a diverse range of urban use cases can improve any city’s mobility strategy.
  2. Master the Frugal Mobility Index methodology for reducing the cost to access sustainable mobility.
  3. Contribute to the flourishing of the open-source Urban Mobility Observatory.

Objective: To collect tested, proven frugal solutions to begin populating the Urban Mobility Observatory of affordable mobility.

With Accenture

Facilitated by Justine Gagnon

Engage in this action-oriented session.

08:45
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10:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture E
Electrification of mobility in LA County: Seeking solutions to decrease air pollution and combat climate change
Studio Accenture E

Andrew Quinn,
Co-Leader

Robert Radulescu,
Co-Leader

Matt Horton,
Expert

Zach Kahn,
Expert

Tom Madrecki,
Expert

Brian Pollock,
Expert

Stephanie Medeiros,
Expert

How can vehicle electrification for people and goods transportation make a significant improvement on air quality for LA County?

  1. Brainstorm a list of solutions to improve the performance of electrical buses.
  2. Enumerate possible avenues for electrification of light to heavy duty vehicles for goods transport.
  3. Explore strategies to efficiently deploy chargers, manage energy costs for electric buses, and find alternative financing strategies for electromobility.

Objective: To generate a wide-ranging inventory of strategies for the electrification of mobility in the LA Metro region.

With Los Angeles Metro

Facilitated by Natacha Viens

Engage in this action-oriented session.

08:45
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10:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture C
Urban Air Quality: A multi-sector model for ascending from carbon footprint to pollution footprint
Studio Accenture C

Benjamin Thibout,
Expert

Frédéric Charon,
Leader

How can we find the right levers to move cities from monitoring air quality to improving, with an holistic approach in terms of emissions (GhG, pollutants)?

  1. Learn how citizens, companies, and municipalities work together to grow a new vision of clean, sustainable urban life.
  2. Explore the balance between incentivization and coercion in drafting effective citizen-centric air quality regulations.
  3. Conceive a sample plan to reduce pollution from the three principal urban contributors: vehicles, heating, and construction.

Objective: To construct an urban air quality action plan that focuses on a complete pollution footprint rather than simply a carbon footprint.

With Faurecia

Facilitated by Natalia Hartinger

Engage in this challenge-oriented session.

08:45
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10:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture A
The challenge of doubling air traffic while capping CO2 emissions at 2020 levels
Studio Accenture A

Xavier Tytelman,
Leader

Haldane Dodd,
Expert

Having already increased fuel efficiency fivefold since its beginnings, how will civil aviation pursue every possible avenue in order to reach its decarbonization target?

  1. Discuss how to combine disparate methods like AI-optimized flight paths, untapped waste-to-fuel initiatives, and improved ground operations into an integrated solutions strategy.
  2. Ideate on how to effectively incentivize or “nudge” passengers toward more eco-responsible behaviours and technologies.
  3. Select a portfolio of aviation’s best practices to be exported to ground-based mobility.

Objective: To assemble and promote a holistic, multi-pronged approach to reducing emissions both in the air and on the ground.

With CGI

Facilitated by Hasina Razafindratandra

Engage in this action-oriented session.

10:45
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12:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture D
Big Data, Dispatchers and Flight Recorders: Exploring multiple options to reduce fuel burn and CO2 emissions
Studio Accenture D

Sandra Combet,
Leader

Alexandre Feray,
Expert

Delphine Guerin,
Expert

Steve Tochilin,
Expert

How can data, startups, and operational improvements combine to reduce emissions in aviation?

  1. Learn about leveraging internal data, like real-time meteorology updates via pilot iPad, for incremental gains in efficiency.
  2. Discuss how major airlines can partner with info-rich startups to squeeze out greater performance on less fuel.
  3. Explore how operational innovations like continuous descent, low-power takeoff, or increased collaboration between dispatchers and pilots could minimize fuel burn.

Objective: To compile a catalogue of the diversity of methods and tactics available to reduce emissions in aviation.

With Air France KLM and Delta Air Lines

Facilitated by Michele Musci

Engage in this action-oriented session.

10:45
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12:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture A
The Roadmap to Acceptance: Earning public trust through industry-wide cooperation on the highest standards of safety for autonomous vehicles
Studio Accenture A

Carla Gohin,
Leader

Jean-Claude John Faure,
Expert

What are the imperative and essential collaborations for the cooperative pan-industry development of the highest safety standards and practices for AVs?

  1. Define the scope of the complete ecosystem of AV safety stakeholders, from OEMs and suppliers, B2B customers, aftersales operators (as ecosystem partners with specific safety certifications), infrastructure, insurance, cities, telecom, and others.
  2. Explore which possible segments of state-of-the-art AV technologies should be shareable, while still protecting proprietary technology.
  3. Discuss what type of public-facing actions could support the arrival of AV mobility services.

Objective: To develop a library of the major roadblocks faced by each type of stakeholder, with the goal of constructing a shared collaborative platform for excellence in autonomous vehicle safety.

With PFA and Groupe PSA

Facilitated by Amparo Aguado

Engage in this action-oriented session.

10:45
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12:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture B
Connecting the metropolis: How to better organize the global mobility of the territory by unlocking data
Studio Accenture B

Denis Hameau,
Expert

Pascal Hoguet,
Leader

Noémie Ghersallah,
Expert

How does the connected management of public space and services promote the emergence of new uses to optimize mobility and public safety within a sustainable territory?

  1. Identify the infrastructure elements and services compatible with this new connected vision (street furniture, traffic lights, video protection cameras, transport services, etc.).
  2. Explore ways to strengthen public support through the creation of simple and adaptable tools that citizens use and that feed into the connected metropolitan process.
  3. Identify the benefits of such a process from the point of view of the public, and if necessary, the expected returns on investment.

Objective: Demonstrate the feasibility and profitability of a data decompartmentalization process for integrated mobility within a territory.

With Capgemini

Facilitated by Philippe Satre

Engage in this action-oriented session.

10:45
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12:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture C
An ecosystemic approach to deploying AI in urban mobility
Studio Accenture C

Eneric Lopez,
Leader

How can mobility actors best understand and employ the basic “bricks” of AI to build new tools for sustainability?

  1. Investigate how businesses can utilize AI to better engage clients, empower employees, optimize operations, and develop new services.
  2. Share a common vision and design goals of AI prototypes for the Connected Citizen, Connected System, Intelligent Journey, and Intelligent Assets.
  3. Explore how to equip cities and companies with a protocol for adapting to the evolving dynamic of mobility ecosystem and tech players in order to Identify MVP (minimum viable products) solutions development and accelerate deployment.

Objective: To create a framework for targeted solutions, to accelerate effective decision making and solutions development with regard to AI-enhanced mobility solutions.

With Microsoft

Facilitated by Julie Nadon

Engage in this challenge-oriented session.

10:45
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12:15

Working sessions

Studio Accenture E
Accelerating artificial intelligence in the transportation sector: Increasing efficiency and sustainability
Studio Accenture E

Francois Deschamps,
Leader

Thomas Reid,
Expert

Alain Aubertin,
Expert

Luc Sirois,
Expert

What mobility challenges could best be resolved using AI solutions, through a collaborative and advanced innovation ecosystem for mobility?

  1. Learn the fundamentals of AI in order to identify problems (such as classification, forecasting, and planning) that might be solved with AI technology to deliver maximum benefits to the mobility ecosystem.
  2. Examine industrial and transportation stakeholders’ needs regarding design, development, manufacturing and operations, and where AI could drive concrete improvements.
  3. Determine how to alleviate impediments that would hinder the adoption of AI in the mobility sector.

Objective: Provide the stepping stones to create an advanced innovation ecosystem uniting AI and transportation for increased efficiency and sustainability.

With Bombardier

Facilitated by Ezra Bridgman

Engage in this action-oriented session.

10:30
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Labs

Lab : In the dark
In the dark
Lab : In the dark

Artificial intelligence will reshape mobility in ways that are hard to see right now.

But AI — and the big data fueling it — is already bringing to light some serious issues about trust. Before we hand over the keys (literally, in the case of autonomous vehicles) to machines, we first need to check our blind spots. This Lab challenges participants to solve problems together... in the dark.

How do we build trust and confidence in our technology and in each other?

10:30
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18:30

Labs

Lab : Pivot
Pivot
Lab : Pivot

We cannot continue to produce, consume and power our lives the way we do right now and expect our civilization to survive long-term. Balancing the forces of economy and ecology is essential. Guided by professional dancers, Pivot encourages an embodied understanding of strength, interconnection and resilience. How can we design our ecosystems to achieve an effective, effortless equilibrium?

In collaboration with Sylvain Lafortune.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

10:30
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18:30

Labs

Lab : Slow-lab
Slow-lab
Lab : Slow-lab

When did you last take time to really look at something with your full attention and presence?

In Slow Lab, bask in beautiful art and unlock new modes of learning, creating meaning and critical thinking. How does the practice of slow observation help you challenge your own assumptions about urban mobility and identify solutions in the midst of continuous complexity?

08:00
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18:15

Labs

Lab : Pivot
Pivot
Lab : Pivot

We cannot continue to produce, consume and power our lives the way we do right now and expect our civilization to survive long-term. Balancing the forces of economy and ecology is essential. Guided by professional dancers, Pivot encourages an embodied understanding of strength, interconnection and resilience. How can we design our ecosystems to achieve an effective, effortless equilibrium?

In collaboration with Sylvain Lafortune.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

08:00
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18:15

Labs

Lab : Slow-lab
Slow-lab
Lab : Slow-lab

When did you last take time to really look at something with your full attention and presence?

In Slow Lab, bask in beautiful art and unlock new modes of learning, creating meaning and critical thinking. How does the practice of slow observation help you challenge your own assumptions about urban mobility and identify solutions in the midst of continuous complexity?

08:00
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18:30

Labs

Lab : In the dark
In the dark
Lab : In the dark

Artificial intelligence will reshape mobility in ways that are hard to see right now.

But AI — and the big data fueling it — is already bringing to light some serious issues about trust. Before we hand over the keys (literally, in the case of autonomous vehicles) to machines, we first need to check our blind spots. This Lab challenges participants to solve problems together... in the dark.

How do we build trust and confidence in our technology and in each other?

08:00
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12:15

Labs

Lab : Pivot
Pivot
Lab : Pivot

We cannot continue to produce, consume and power our lives the way we do right now and expect our civilization to survive long-term. Balancing the forces of economy and ecology is essential. Guided by professional dancers, Pivot encourages an embodied understanding of strength, interconnection and resilience. How can we design our ecosystems to achieve an effective, effortless equilibrium?

In collaboration with Sylvain Lafortune.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

08:00
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12:15

Labs

Lab : Slow-lab
Slow-lab
Lab : Slow-lab

When did you last take time to really look at something with your full attention and presence?

In Slow Lab, bask in beautiful art and unlock new modes of learning, creating meaning and critical thinking. How does the practice of slow observation help you challenge your own assumptions about urban mobility and identify solutions in the midst of continuous complexity?

08:00
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12:45

Labs

Lab : In the dark
In the dark
Lab : In the dark

Artificial intelligence will reshape mobility in ways that are hard to see right now.

But AI — and the big data fueling it — is already bringing to light some serious issues about trust. Before we hand over the keys (literally, in the case of autonomous vehicles) to machines, we first need to check our blind spots. This Lab challenges participants to solve problems together... in the dark.

How do we build trust and confidence in our technology and in each other?

08:00
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09:00

À la carte Events

Balcony 14 Nova Scotia
Women in sustainable mobility
Balcony 14 Nova Scotia

When? June 4th from 8:00 AM to 9 AM

Launch your Movin’On 2019 experience by coming together to meet other women leaders of the mobility ecosystem. This informal event is a time to make new connections and identify partnership opportunities that support your organization or business. Nova Scotia, Canada and Laurel Broten, President and CEO of Nova Scotia Business Inc., look forward to welcoming you to Movin’On 2019!

10:00
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10:20

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Circular economy Zone
Mobility corner - How is the circular economy a game changer for the financial sector?
Circular economy Zone

Circular business models create value in new ways by transforming existing economic exchanges and relationships, redesigning products and packaging, and delivering products as services. This session will explore the vital role financial institutions play in catalyzing a circular economy by adapting how companies are valued and financed.

Presented by HSBC

10:30
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11:10

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Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal
Private Workshop - Bicycle Friendly Movement
Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal

The VÉLOSYMPATHIQUE movement is an initiative of Vélo Québec that encourages communities, organizations and businesses to make cycling a regular transportation option. It proposes to develop cycling culture around five fields of intervention to create favourable environments: the built environment, education, encouragement, supervision and evaluation and planning. The program allows cities and companies to be certified according to what they have achieved. A jury of independent experts evaluates the applications and awards certification from bronze to diamond. The objective is of course to be certified but above all to seek higher certification by constantly improving the conditions that will contribute to increasing the number of cyclists.
How do we develop and encourage the use of bicycles? Without concrete measures, too few people will make this modal shift. There are programs of emulation and continuous improvement that help cities and businesses promote cycling through concrete means such as the VÉLOSYMPATHIQUE movement.

Session moderated by Suzanne Lareau, President and CEO, Vélo-Québec

10:30
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Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal
Private Workshop - Innovation led us to the Tour de France
Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal

Although he first made a name for himself on the international scene following his participation in the Olympic Games, Gervais Rioux is now recognized worldwide on the sports scene, particularly in cycling, for the quality of the Argon 18 bicycles of which he is the founder. The history of Argon18 bicycles began in the basement of the small Cycles Gervais Rioux boutique. Today, Argon 18 bicycles are used in the Tour de France, the Olympic Games and World Championships. This success has been built around a culture of continuous innovation within the company. How did innovation ensure the company's sustainability? How can you mobilize your teams and focus on the objective to be achieved? The strategy that has been deployed ensures that people work day to day on innovation, which must be based on a very clear vision.

Session moderated by Gervais Rioux, President, Argon 18

10:30
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Salon HSBC 1
Workshop - Autonomous vehicles for goods transportation of goods in 2019
Salon HSBC 1

Join us to share the key success factors of a real implementation project in 2019 and imagine how YOU would tackle the remaining obstacles.

With Michelin - Supply Chain Operational Direction

10:45
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Salon HSBC 2
Private Workshop - Collective, shared, individual: what role should autonomous vehicles play in the mobility of the future?
Salon HSBC 2

A panel / debate in which different actors in the value chain will have the opportunity to express their visions of the future and confront them.

The arrival of level 5 autonomous vehicles is not foreseen in short term, but their integration in an urban context is already at the center of many often divergent scenarios.

This panel will explore these multiple scenarios, the anticipated challenges and consider the perspective of different actors in the field of mobility.

This exchange will also be an opportunity to better understand the thread of thoughts and challenges in the ecosystem as well as the role that manufacturers and regulators will have to play in order to prepare for the arrival of autonomous vehicles.

Session hosted by Mickael Brard from *Jalonmtl

11:00
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Balcony 23 Table Ronde
Roundtable – Car markets 2030 : what's truly next? Challenge a global vision with regional eyes.
Balcony 23 Table Ronde

What will leaders in people mobility need to master to create customer satsifaction and value ? So many uses, business models, concepts and technologies are emerging... but finally what could be a realistic vision of the automobile market in 2030? Experts have tried a global projection and invite you to discover and criticize it with the eyes of your profession, culture and regions. The initial vision and the report of the exchanges will be sent confidentially to the participants. We look forward to discussing these topics with you! With Michelin - Automotive Original Equipment Business Line

13:00
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Balcony 23 Table Ronde
Executive Roundtable - A community of interest around the autonomous vehicle: sustainability & inclusion
Balcony 23 Table Ronde

How to think together about autonomous vehicles to promote sustainable and inclusive mobility?

  1. Discover an innovative thinking device that brings together business issues with the advancement of scientific knowledge
  2. Discuss the issues related to the deployment of the autonomous vehicle through three axes: risk & environment, economy and society
  3. Define the next steps to generate a collective reflection, which comes out of the all-technological prism, around the autonomous vehicle

Hosted by Antoine Maire, Consultant Researcher, Consulting & Research, Bertrand Dalle, Director General, Consulting & Research and Yann Arnaud, Product Manager, Economic Control, Performance and Risks of P & C, GROUP MACIF

A Round Table is a unique opportunity to launch a powerful conversation within a group of highly qualified experts in an exclusive context. Participants are invited to take part in a high-level, closed-door discussion with a select group of stakeholders, whose rich collective background will help bring new ideas to life and delve deeper into the subject.

This Roundtable will be held in French.

13:00
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Salon HSBC 1
Workshop -Truck Platoon, Myth or reality?
Salon HSBC 1

As a player in long-distance freight transport, join us to discover the business case viability in the United States and Canada and contribute to its success.

With Michelin - Long Distance Transportation Business Line

13:15
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Salon HSBC 2
Private Workshop - Gouv. du Québec (InnovÉÉ)
Salon HSBC 2

This workshop will bring together experts in batteries, materials recycling, repurposing for second-life applications and other strategic subjects for battery recycling. The goal is to contribute to reducing the cost as well as carbon footprint of electric vehicles.

Where will the millions of electric car batteries end up? Can they be economically and ecologically recycled?

At the end of this workshop, you will have identified the main technical, economic and environmental issues surrounding battery recycling for hybrid and electric vehicles and contributed to identifying research and development (R&D) priorities in this fast-growing domain.

Session hosted by Alexandre Beaudet from InnovÉÉ.

13:40
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Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal
Private Workshop - The express bike network of the City of Montreal
Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal

The City of Montreal is taking a major step towards meeting the various mobility challenges, notably by setting up a structuring network for cycling, the Réseau Express Vélo (REV). The aim is to offer a consolidated and efficient network that achieves a modal share of 15% in the next ten years.

A real "backbone" of the cycling network, the REV will allow users to access the main travel generators and major centers of activity in an efficient, safe and continuous manner, by developing high-capacity cycling infrastructures. accessible twelve months a year.

How will the City of Montreal achieve its objective of a modal share of 15% cycling in 10 years? How will she attract a new cycling clientele on her network?

Achieving the ambitious goals of active mobility requires the development of a structuring network for cycling that requires a rebalancing of public space.

Session hosted by François Godefroy, Section chief, City of Montréal

14:00
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14:20

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Multimodal urban transit and society Zone
Mobility corner - Micro-Mobility: Regulation and transformation or disruption and innovation?
Multimodal urban transit and society Zone

From Transportation as a Service with drones and urban scooters to other “hyperloops” like IoT and modern electric business models, Martin explores and advises on future marketing and data value opportunities for Allianz.

Presented by Allianz

14:00
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Balcony 12 Movin'On Lab
Diagnosis - How fit is your company for Product-as-a-Service business?
Balcony 12 Movin'On Lab

Interested in how your organization can move from a product to a service orientation? Using a readiness-based approach applied to Michelin Service and Solutions; learn how to assess your organization's readiness, competencies and capabilities to develop your PaaS business model. 

With Michelin and Essensus

14:00
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15:00

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Balcony 07 Movin'On
Serious game - Learning about mobility : challenge our knowledge by playing
Balcony 07 Movin'On

Join us to test your knowledge and play on your perception of mobility through : a digital workshop with a quiz and a serious game to manage different mobility scenarios , a board game to imagine your mobile robot, an interactive brainstorm around acceptability of new mobility solutions.

With VEDECOM Institute

14:00
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Balcony 16 C2
Group meeting - Conseil National de Recherche du Canada
Balcony 16 C2

When? June 4th from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Come mingle with like-minded, high-level guests at an exclusive group meeting.

14:45
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Salon HSBC 1
Workshop - Vehicle Trends for a sustainable mobility - Long haul goods transportation
Salon HSBC 1

Join us to share and challenge your own roadmap (5 to 10 years) with the community vision.

With Michelin - Long Distance Transportation Line

14:50
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Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal
Private Workshop - The journey of a visionary for active mobility
Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal

Whether it's the energy cubes, the 1000 km bike ride, the big marches that take place in several Quebec cities or the Lab School project, all these projects aim at one goal, to create a sense of responsibility in citizens to their health! And who says health, says active transport! All of this starts in elementary school by walking to school. It's that simple! Nothing complicated at first, simple and effective, but so difficult to implement.

What are the obstacles to the growth of active transport from an early age: cities, car misuse, temperature, road safety around schools, etc.? ?

Education remains the most effective weapon if we want to change society.

Session hosted by Pierre Lavoie, Ironman World Champion, Honorary Doctor of Science in Physical Activity Sciences, Member of the Order of Canada and Knight of the National Order of Quebec and Founder of the Grand défi Pierre Lavoie Foundation

15:15
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Salon HSBC 2
Private Workshop - Snow removal and its impact on mobility
Salon HSBC 2

The objective of that workshop is to discuss a process that is unavoidable for all cities in Quebec: snow removal. As obvious as it seems, the new mobility solutions and their technologies will have a major impact the process.

How can we maximize that unavoidable process?

Snow removal in cities, we need to optimize it and improve mobility in winter conditions.

Session hosted by Marie France from IVÉO

16:00
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Innovative technologies Zone
Mobility corner - How to face the challenge of driverless vehicles acceptance ?
Innovative technologies Zone

The acceptance of the driverless vehicles is one of the major challenges for a successful deployment of them and it is as important as the technological progress itself. The acceptance of a technology will be highlighted as the subjective representations making the technological object attractive, useful and essential for users.

Presented by VEDECOM

16:30
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Salon HSBC 1
Workshop - Truck Platoon, Myth or reality?
Salon HSBC 1

As long haul freight transport carrier, join us to discover the business case viability in the United States and Canada and contribute to its success.

With Michelin - Long Distance Transportation Business Line

17:00
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18:00

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Balcony 12 Movin'On Lab
Serious game - Learning about mobility : challenge our knowledge by playing
Balcony 12 Movin'On Lab

Join us to test your knowledge and play on your perception of mobility through : a digital workshop with a quiz and a serious game to manage different mobility scenarios , a board game to imagine your mobile robot, an interactive brainstorm around acceptability of new mobility solutions.

With VEDECOM Institute

17:15
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Studio Accenture A
Workshop - Sustainable Mobility for All: Will You Add Your Voice?
Studio Accenture A

Sustainable Mobility for All (SuM4All)—a growing global coalition led by the World Bank—is developing the Global Roadmap of Action (GRA) to identify country-specific policy measures that are tailored to match each country’s context and performance on four key sustainable mobility goals: green, efficient, safe, accessible. The GRA is the first-ever effort to include the perspectives of the private sector in the policy dialogue about sustainable mobility. During this event, SuM4All will report on the outcomes of the first round of business consultations and open the discussion to include more companies. The collective feedback of the private sector will guide the development of the final version of the GRA.

With Sum4All

17:45
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Salon HSBC 2
Bavaria Quebec networking reception
Salon HSBC 2

Bavaria is home to innovative companies such as BMW, Audi and Siemens. Join us to celebrate 30 years of cooperation between Bavaria and Quebec and come meet the more than 30 Bavarian companies and researchers from the field of sustainable mobility attending Movin’On.

18:00
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Balcony 07 Movin'On
Micromobility private cocktail
Balcony 07 Movin'On

Just as the programming wraps up and ideas and connections start flowing, mix & mingle with other curated guests and join us for a well deserved drink in an informal private setting. With Michelin – 2 Wheels Business Line

18:00
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Studio Accenture B
Michelin Challenge Design Reception
Studio Accenture B

We cordially invite you to join members of the global design community for a private cocktail and networking opportunity at the conclusion of the first day’s activities of Movin’On Summit. Please join us for this private reception as a celebration of mobility design and recognition of the 2019 winners of Michelin’s premier global automotive design competition, Michelin Challenge Design.

With Michelin

07:15
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Cabaret Thales
Breakfast Forum - Innovation & collaboration : a sustainable vision of mobility
Cabaret Thales

How can energy technologies such as renewable natural gas, hydrogen, storage and power-to-gas contribute to a cleaner and more sustainable vision of mobility?

Leaders of major international energy companies have developed a collaborative model based on the exchange of best practices to accelerate innovation in these areas.

Discussion with Sophie Brochu(Énergir), Bret Lane(SoCal Gas), Édouard Sauvage (Gaz Réseau Distribution de France) and Thierry Trouvé (GRTGaz).

This panel will allow participants to deepen their learning and be inspired by innovative local solutions developed in response to global issues.

07:30
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Bistro
Movin'On partners private breakfast
Bistro

You are invited to join us for a breakfast reception reserved for our partners. With Michelin Group Executive

07:50
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Salon HSBC 2
Group meeting - Faurecia
Salon HSBC 2

When? June 5th from 7:50 AM to 8:20 AM

Come mingle with like-minded, high-level guests at an exclusive group meeting.

08:00
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Multimodal urban transit and society Zone
Mobility corner - Are millenials truly different from previous generation ?
Multimodal urban transit and society Zone

While digital natives are challenging all traditional models, would they be it in terms of consumption, communication, relationship to connection with brands, or even in terms of overarching values, let’s think about the way they perceive and live their daily mobility. Is their quest for immediacy and experiential usage an early a precursor sign of or a genuinely different mobility for tomorrow? Join us to talk about it!

Presented by KANTAR

08:45
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Salon HSBC 2
Private Workshop - Quick Win solutions (2030) in transport sector to fight climate warming
Salon HSBC 2

What are the quick wins to reach a below 2°C pathway for the mobility secteur ?

Solutions exist in order to foster behavioral and societal change, to support technological solutions and infrastructure deployment. The implementation of these solutions face a number of hurdles, some of which can be addressed by innovative public-private partnerships.

Session hosted by Alexis Gazzo from EY

09:00
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Balcony 18 Macif / Orange
Mobilité du futur : quels enjeux pour un assureur ?
Balcony 18 Macif / Orange

La mobilité connaît des évolutions profondes qui remettent en cause les logiques de fonctionnement du secteur. Ces évolutions sont porteuses de nombreux défis, notamment pour les assureurs qui vont devoir faire face à une évolution profonde de leur activité. Dans ce contexte, la MACIF, acteur de toutes les mobilités, entend porter une réflexion novatrice. Elle souhaite affirmer lors de ce sommet ses convictions sur le sujet et les soumettre à la discussion. Yann Arnaud et Pierre Grellier présenteront l’état des réflexions développées au sein du groupe afin d’oeuvrer à la promotion de solutions de mobilité durables et inclusives.

Intervenants :

  • Yann Arnaud Directeur Produits, Pilotage économique, Performances et Risques IARD, GROUPE MACIF
  • Pierre Grellier, Directeur de la Stratégie - GROUPE MACIF
09:00
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Agora Stage Michelin
Startups & Cities pitch sustainable mobility solutions
Agora Stage Michelin

A unique matchmaking session where startups propose solutions for concrete mobility issues pitched by cities and regions.

Cities, companies and Non-Governmental Organizations present their issues; startups propose solutions and participants vote in real time to choose the best team. Join us and vote for the most inspiring collaboration!

With Michelin

09:00
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Salon HSBC 1
Breakfast - Export Québec
Salon HSBC 1

When? June 5th from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Start your day off right by joining us for an exclusive networking breakfast.

09:00
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Salon HSBC 1
Breakfast / Networking - Export Québec
Salon HSBC 1

Start your day off right by joining us for an exclusive networking breakfast before starting your day at Movin'On.

09:45
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Salon HSBC 2
Private Workshop - Orchestrating Innovation through Ecosystems
Salon HSBC 2

Conceptual introduction - icebreaker workshop: cognitive mapping - dialog between two innovators in ecosystems

How to foster and thrive on ecosystems of innovation ?

  • Develop a better understanding of innovation ecosystems
  • Analyze their dynamics of emergence and animation
  • Discuss the conditions of a successful integration to innovation ecosystems
10:00
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Innovative technologies Zone
Mobility corner - How much do we really know about new Mobilities ?
Innovative technologies Zone

For all stakeholders (industry, communities, citizens), a proper understanding of mobility solutions is necessary to choose the appropriate options. We are not all equal to face mobility issues. A pedagogic approach of sustainable mobility is a key lever for its deployment. Let’s share how it can be trained, played and experienced.   

Presented by VEDECOM

10:30
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Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal
Private Workshop - Using ants as a model for planning road network interventions
Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal

Ants are champions of transportation planning. They find solutions and quickly implement bypasses when faced with obstacles. They adapt and collaborate according to a single rule, which is the pursuit of a common objective where each individual participates in collective success. The technologies and the vision of collaboration complement each other and make it possible to respect the values required to facilitate the intention of mobility actors to work together. How can an organization provide itself with the means and take action to meet the challenges of the smart city in the field of collaborative operation of transport networks? This session takes a concrete and applied understanding of a typical Montreal approach to stimulate collaboration and implement a strategy to engage in a profound digital and human transformation.

Session moderated by François Thibodeau, engineer, City of Montreal, Urban Planning and Mobility Department

10:55
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Salon HSBC 2
Private Workshop - How will autonomous vehicles and Humans coexist?
Salon HSBC 2

Beyond the technological discussions on the autonomous vehicle, the subject of its cohabitation (cohabitation between conventional and delegated vehicle, cohabitation with other users) need to be tackled. It raises many others questions about its impact in terms of risk, its societal contribution and public confidence. We will share with you our community of interest project.

Participate in a foresight reflection and the creation of a community of interest.

How can trust be generated? What are the risks and impacts in terms of accidents? What are the conditions for taking control of the delegated vehicle? What is the understanding of the limits?

Session hosted by Yann Arnaud from MACIF

11:30
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Balcony 18 Macif / Orange
Les nouveaux services de mobilités partagés
Balcony 18 Macif / Orange

Nous vous proposons d’explorer les conditions de conception et de diffusion des solutions de mobilité urbaine novatrices. Nous privilégierons une approche basée sur le développement du savoir et du capital humain afin d’aider les décideurs vers une mobilité durable. Avec Virginie Boutueil

11:40
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Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal
Private Workshop - Vision Zero of the City of Montreal, Because every life counts
Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal

The City of Montreal recently adopted its Vision Zero Action Plan for Death and Serious Injury. This approach is based on the principle that "it is unacceptable that people are killed or seriously injured when travelling on the road network." Montréal has limited power of action because it can only act on some of the components of the system, hence the importance of deploying, as of 2019, initiatives to foster collaboration among all stakeholders and change attitudes by adopting a systemic approach to developing solutions. How can we mobilize the actors of the Montreal mobility ecosystem to contribute to the achievement of Vision Zero's collective objective? Regardless of our role in the mobility ecosystem, we can contribute to this goal by recognizing that our choices and behaviours can save lives.

Session moderated by Sylvain Felton, Division Chief, City of Montreal, Urban Planning and Mobility Department

12:00
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Salon HSBC 2
Private Workshop - Smart Bus - Interlieux: Connecting Two Innovations!
Salon HSBC 2

We will start from the vision of municipalities and political actors to describe those of the Interlieux network and Smart Bus. Sharing of existing foreign use cases, possible business models, design sketches of the first prototypes.

How to reconfigure the dynamics of the city, suburbs and regions? Through a network of flexible workspaces accessible to all, the Interlieux Network, managed by iPaaS and Blockchain. This platform also offers interoperability to all sustainable mobility services, such as Smart Bus.

Open discussion and sharing of current knowledge. All Interlieux Network - Smart Bus participants and the Movin'On Lab community of practice will gather for the first time at Movin'On in June.

Session hosted by Louise Guay from Living Lab de Montréal and Alexis Offergeld from Michelin

13:00
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Balcony 23 Table Ronde
Executive Roundtable – How roundtrip carsharing could support and enhance multimodality in cities ?
Balcony 23 Table Ronde
  1. Learn about the best practices drawing from car sharing experiences and use cases in many different cities
  2. Explore the current challenges in shifting people’s behavior to mobility as a service
  3. Develop an integrative framework to better understand what needs to be done differently in further developments

Hosted by Darragh Genockey, Vehicle-sharing business leader, Ubeeqo, Emmanuel Nedelec, Vehicule-sharing director, BU New Mobility, and Francois Barraud, Managing Director BU New Mobility, Europcar Mobility Group

Session facilitated by Carole Messaoudi

Executive Roundtables are designed to generate inspirational conversations that stimulate creativity and meaningful networking. The secret ingredients at work here? Proximity and diversity. This roundtable will be hosted in an intimate, and its exclusive guest list is curated to ensure a dynamic and thought-provoking conversation.

13:00
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Salon HSBC 1
Workshop - Hydrogene mobility in road transportation: yes, we can!
Salon HSBC 1

“In Switzerland, the H2 Mobility Switzerland has built a consortium of companies including fuel station operators and large fleet operators to bundle equipment demand for hydrogen trucks and fueling infrastructure. The objective was to create a market pull so that they could build a new transport offer based on zero emission vehicles. This was not only to develop a CO2 free privately financed transport solution, but also to benefit initially from road-tax exemption from the Swiss state. The result was positive as “Hyundai” has agreed to deliver through “Hyundai Hydrogen Mobility” more than 1600 Hydrogen trucks. This workshop will present the way this consortium has been able to move the “limits”, in order to give ideas on the type of actions that could be undertaken by fleets and loaders that want to develop zero emission transport solutions!

With Michelin - ZEM (Zero Emission Mobility)

13:15
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Salon HSBC 2
Keynote – A Community for safer roads and better drivers
Salon HSBC 2

Better Driving Community, everyone benefits from safer roads We believe that continuous data analysis is the answer to improve the road infrastructure, vehicle technology, and driving behavior. How can we empower drivers and encourage them to share their driving information and enable global commitments on road safety? The Better Driving Community and the international perspectives by Driving Data to Intelligence.

Session hosted by Jacquotte Garnier and Valérie Contamin from DDI

13:30
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Balcony 07 Movin'On
Diagnosis - How fit is your company for Product-as-a-Service business?
Balcony 07 Movin'On

Interested in how your organization can move from a product to a service orientation? Using a readiness-based approach applied to Michelin Service and Solutions; learn how to assess your organization's readiness, competencies and capabilities to develop your PaaS business model. 

With Michelin and Essensus

13:40
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Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal
Private Workshop - Transitory development of Montreal streets, ideas from Montreal and elsewhere to inspire you
Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal

Streets are the place of interactions and possibilities, rich public spaces where transformations have the potential to reveal local cultures and strengthen communities. In 2014, to support this movement towards a change of pace in the city, Montréal launched the Pedestrian and Shared Street Program. A true laboratory of experimentation, it relies on a participatory and transitional design approach to shape new street types. By focusing on an initial transitional phase, each project revealed the creativity of multidisciplinary project teams. By encouraging the active participation of local stakeholders in the project design process, the program guarantees both openness to changes in behaviour and practices as well as technical progress. Would the use of transitional interventions be preferable in order to untie the design nodes of projects and promote the rapid deployment of a progressive vision? Develop your understanding of the relevance and benefits of transitional projects, planning and design steps, monitoring and evaluation methods. Learn about the benefits and learnings of pedestrian and shared street projects and potential uses in other scales or types of projects.

Session moderated by Marie-Hélène Armand, Planning Consultant, City of Montréal, Planning and Mobility Department

14:00
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Goods transportation and multimodality Zone
Mobility corner - TDA local action, global impact: cities in the struggle to decarbonise transport
Goods transportation and multimodality Zone

Cities and subnational governments are critical to the achievement of a decarbonised transport sector. For this reason, cities and regional authorities play a central role in realising the objectives of the Transport Decarbonisation Alliance (TDA), a unique collaboration among countries, cities/regions and companies to accelerate the worldwide transformation of the transport sector towards a net-zero emission mobility system before 2050. This interactive session, featuring Lisbon City Council member Miguel Gaspar, will provide participants with unique insights into the work of cities in helping the world move closer to its climate-related goals, as well as how cities help make the TDA an even more valuable player in international efforts to achieve climate commitments.

Presented by TDA (Transport Decarbonisation Alliance)

14:00
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Balcony 18 Macif / Orange
Comment créer une législation qui supporte l’innovation ? Le cas du véhicule autonome en France
Balcony 18 Macif / Orange

Le droit et les innovations sont encore aujourd’hui présentées comme opposés : les innovations ont besoin d’un environnement avec peu de régulation pour les voir émerger alors que le droit est censé les limiter. Que se passerait-il si on changeait de perspective ? Iris Champagne, chercheuse à l’Université Paris Dauphine, propose de répondre à cette question en utilisant les théories de la conception afin de comprendre comment le droit peut soutenir le développement d’innovations radicales, comme le véhicule autonome.

14:30
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Balcony 23 Table Ronde
Executive Roundtable - Urban Air Mobility : the future of our cities
Balcony 23 Table Ronde

What are the next steps for a meaningful and sustainable implementation of UAM ?

  1. Learn more about UAM use cases and how it will impact everything from deliveries and mobility to emergency and rescue operations
  2. Reflect on the regulatory issues and societal acceptance hurdles associated with its wide-spread adoption
  3. Identify business opportunities and synergies that can emerge from the disruption of traditional urban operations Hosted by Olivier Rea, UAV/RPAS Traffic Management Solutions, Thales Air Systems Executive Roundtables are designed to generate inspirational conversations that stimulate creativity and meaningful networking. The secret ingredients at work here? Proximity and diversity. This roundtable will be hosted in an intimate, and its exclusive guest list is curated to ensure a dynamic and thought-provoking conversation.
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Salon HSBC 1
Workshop - Truck Platoon, Myth or reality?
Salon HSBC 1

Join us to discover the viability of buisiness in North America and explore together the conditions of success in your area (outside of North America).

With Michelin - Long Distance Transportation Business Line

14:50
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Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal
Private Workshop - Ecological management of a fleet of vehicles
Balcony 03 Hall Ville de Montréal

The City of Montreal is leading the way in North America in terms of electrification of transportation. It wishes to be an influential player for other major cities. As part of the 2016-2020 Green Rolling Stock Policy, in addition to an ambitious program to test and experiment with 100% electric prototypes, the City of Montreal has initiated a first inter-municipal loan program for 100% electric prototypes between Canada and the United States. How can the municipal sector contribute to accelerating the development of the electrification of transportation in Quebec while influencing other municipal governments in North America? The City of Montreal is at the origin of a partnership between two cities committed to the electrification of transportation, which will eventually have economic and social benefits for the Montreal region.

Session moderated by Philippe Saint-Vil, Division Head, City of Montreal, rolling stock and vehicle maintenance department

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Balcony 07 Movin'On
Private TDA balcony event - One year and counting : an interactive update on the transport decarbonation alliance
Balcony 07 Movin'On

It has been a little over a year since the founding of the Transport Decarbonisation Alliance (TDA), a unique collaboration among countries, cities/regions and companies to accelerate the worldwide transformation of the transport sector towards a net-zero emission mobility system before 2050. In that time, the TDA has swelled to over 20 members from around the world, and has launched a number of initiatives and campaigns related to the meaningful evolution of the transport sector as a central pillar to the success of global agreements on climate change and sustainable development. This invitation-only event will provide participants with an interactive report on the work of the TDA thus far and how its diverse members intend to drive the alliance forward as countries, cities, and companies work to implement meaningful climate action in the transport sector.

With TDA (Transport Decarbonisation Alliance)

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Salon HSBC 2
Private Workshop - 5G and sustainable mobility
Salon HSBC 2

This workshop on 5G applications will be conducted in two phases.

30 minutes: Presentation by an expert on the concepts inherent in 5G and its applications in various application fields.

1h30: Co-creation and design thinking workshop bringing together professionals working in ministries, cities, municipalities, innovative companies, associations in the field of mobility who share the same desire: "To exploit the full capacities of 5G to design and co-develop impact projects in sustainable mobility".

Session Hosted by Luc Sirois with Orange

16:00
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Multimodal urban transit and society Zone
Mobility corner - Think Inclusive Mobility
Multimodal urban transit and society Zone

How to integrate inclusive mobility upfront when designing new mobility solutions. Take it as an opportunity and not a constraint to answer every one's mobility needs (including handicapped, parents with baby cars, old people, people injured...)

Presented by CGI

16:00
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Balcony 18 Macif / Orange
Véhicule Autonome : Du B2C au B2X
Balcony 18 Macif / Orange

Un véhicule est un bien privé, générant une valeur intégralement captée par l’acheteur, et un risque supporté par lui. Son autonomisation progressive pourra le conduire à devenir un véritable instrument de régulation, asservi non plus à sa « valeur client » (design, confort, plaisir de conduire…) mais à la maximisation de son utilité globale (trafic, pollution, désenclavement…). Le risque quant à lui sera progressivement transféré sur les systèmes techniques (capteurs, calculateurs, actionneurs), l’environnement (infrastructures routières et télécoms, vulnérables), et sur l’intimité construite entre le conducteur et la machine. Ces bouleversements historiques impliquent de profondes transformations aussi bien pour les décideurs publics que pour les industries gravitant autour de la mobilité. Elles supposent de définir des porosités entre ces deux sphères.

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Salon HSBC 1
Workshop - Eco-responsibility in the distribution of goods to customers: the Michelin case
Salon HSBC 1

From Long distance to last miles deliveries : How to build an eco-responsible road-map ? ... Dare to give it a try with us ! With Michelin - Supply Chain Operational Direction

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Studio Accenture C
Workshop - The role of new mobility services to foster safe, sustainable, accessible cities
Studio Accenture C

Join us for an interactive working session focussing on getting the best out of the current urban mobility mix.

With FIA (Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile)

17:15
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Studio Accenture B
TDA Workshop - Actionnable collaboration for concrete climate solutions in transport: The urban freight case study.
Studio Accenture B

The Transport Decarbonisation Alliance (TDA) was launched in 2018 as a unique collaboration to accelerate the worldwide transformation of the transport sector towards a net-zero emission mobility system before 2050. It brings together countries, cities/regions, and companies, the “3Cs”, as front runners in the struggle to combat climate change and help the transport sector fulfill internationally agreed global commitments. This event will sensitise participants to the diverse membership of the TDA, its successes and activities, with a specific focus on its work around the decarbonisation of urban freight vehicles.

With TDA (Transport Decarbonisation Alliance)

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Salon HSBC 2
Private Workshop - Open source in mobility
Salon HSBC 2

Can open source allow to better accomplish complex work around mobility with many stakeholders?

Actual projects using open source in Québec, France and Africa. Methodology to use open source in your business or your project. Where to start, how to join ongoign projects.

Present the "Global Landscape" of ongoing open source projects in France, Québec, Germany - focus on 2 projects Highlight synergies between projects Invite everyone to join the projects

Session hosted by Vincent Dussault, Elsa Bruyère, Christophe Villemer et *Gabriel Plassat wtih the Fabrique des Mobilités

17:30
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Studio Accenture E
Private workshop - Reinventing a more multimodal rail transport to provide everyone the freedom to travel in sparsely populated areas
Studio Accenture E

How can we reinvent rural rail transport with multimodality in mind, in order to give everyone the freedom to travel in sparsely populated areas?

  1. Investigate how to promote greater social and community cohesion by developing a more inclusive and attractive mobility in low-density areas.
  2. Explore and imagine new multimodal synergies to increase the mobility potential of daily commuters in sparsely populated areas.
  3. Discover new methods for innovating in personal mobility as well as mass transit, by defining the ecological transition as a vector of change for clean, exemplary, and perhaps autonomous mobility.

With SNCF

18:00
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Studio Accenture A
Cocktail - Propulsion Québec
Studio Accenture A

When? June 5th from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Just as the programming wraps up and the ideas and connections start flowing, mix & mingle with other elite guests and join us for a well-deserved drink in an informal private setting.

08:00
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Decarbonization and air quality Zone
Mobility corner - So you want to start a green revolution ?
Decarbonization and air quality Zone

How to develop an awareness and engagement program on sustainability that empowers people who want to make an impact.

How to bring sustainability to your company, community or school ?

Presented by BNP PARIBAS

08:20
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Salon HSBC 2
Private Workshop - Gouv. du Québec (Galilei, Concordia, Lalon, Prompt, Michelin) -
Salon HSBC 2

Urban mobility simulation platform - Serious game How to simulate future multi-modal urban mobility ?

Understand how you can contribute to this initiative and benefit from the future urban mobility simulations

08:30
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Salon HSBC 1
Workshop - How can Micromobility solutions contribute to better urban mobility?
Salon HSBC 1

Join us for this workshop where we will identify and discuss the pains and gains of micromobility from the point of view of cities, citizens and fleet operators. We will then imagine together a solution and study its feasibility. As an unexpected wave of electric scooters and bikes has been taking over cities in the past year, microbility has become a global urban phenomenon. It refers to any small, human or electric-powered transportation solution such as bikes, e-bikes, scooters, e-scooters or any other small, lightweight vehicle.
Even though it may present many improvements compared to cars (cleaner, cheaper, more efficient), micromobility challenges cities which are facing new and unexpected issues (integration in the transportation system, road safety, urban planning, etc). How can Micromobility solutions contribute to better urban mobility?

With Michelin – 2 Wheels Business Line

09:00
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Balcony 12 Movin'On Lab
Diagnosis - Are you ready for the circular economy?
Balcony 12 Movin'On Lab

How ready is your company when it comes to developing and implementing new circular strategies and business models? Get an overview of the many different circular economy strategies and business models. Assess your own company’s readiness to circularity, and benchmark yourself with other companies. Identify gaps and opportunities to kickstart your company on its journey to become more circular.

With Michelin and Essensus

09:00
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Balcony 12 Movin'On Lab
Diagnosis - Are you ready for the circular economy?
Balcony 12 Movin'On Lab

How ready is your company when it comes to developing and implementing new circular strategies and business models? Get an overview of the many different circular economy strategies and business models. Assess your own company’s readiness to circularity, and benchmark yourself with other companies. Identify gaps and opportunities to kickstart your company on its journey to become more circular.

With Michelin and Essensus

10:00
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Decarbonization and air quality Zone
Mobility corners - Mayor of Bridgewater
Decarbonization and air quality Zone

Access to energy is a prerequisite of human development. The path to decarbonization has to include everyone, especially low income households. The mayor of Bridgewater will provide insights on the awarded project of energy poverty reduction in the city which may apply largerly

Presented by Bridgewater City

10:00
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Salon HSBC 2
Private Workshop - Last mile delivery : sharing orientations and solutions
Salon HSBC 2

Short presentation of the approach and the possible solutions.

Like many cities around the world, Montreal is faced with an increase in the demand for parcel delivery which is putting a lot of pressure on already crowded roads. After exploring the question and mobilizing the actors, a series of orientations and solutions were formulated. These solutions must now be evaluated, tested and implemented.

Following the presentation of some solutions, we will invite any participants to come foward and publicly present their experiences on the matter. As such, contact us: mickael@jalonmtl.org

Session hosted by Mickael Brard, Mobility consultant at Jalonmtl

11:00
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Salon HSBC 2
Private Workshop - Many opportunities for start-ups in Québec
Salon HSBC 2

What is the Quebec ecosystem supporting start-ups in the mobility sector ?

Key stakeholders in the ecosystem and Québec forces to support sustainable mobility entrepreneurship.

Presentation, exchanges with the audience, specific action plan.

Session hosted by Benoit Balmana from IVEO

11:00
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Balcony 20 Michelin affaires Publiques
Serious game - Learning about mobility : challenge our knowledge by playing
Balcony 20 Michelin affaires Publiques

Join us to test your knowledge and play on your perception of mobility through : a digital workshop with a quiz and a serious game to manage different mobility scenarios , a board game to imagine your mobile robot, an interactive brainstorm around acceptability of new mobility solutions.

With VEDECOM Institute

12:00
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Salon HSBC 2
Private Workshop - When citizern talk to experts about driverless mobility : five lessons from the international citizens dialogue
Salon HSBC 2

Five lessons from the citizens debate organised in Singapore, in Europe and North America will be presented. A specific zoom on the results of the Montreal citizens'forum will be shared. The interest for an industry leader for such an approach of the public, considered not as customer but as co-decision makers, will be presented by Keolis.

Autonomous mobility: how to make the transition successfull by the inclusion of the citizens ?

Governments political agendas and industry strategic investment will generate more added value if citizens expertise is embedded, not under design or ergonomy points of views, but on societal challenge and visions expressed by citizens

Session hosted by Yves Mathieu de Missions Publiques

12:45
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Studio Accenture A
Lunch – CAA-Quebec, CAA and FIA - Finding a balance between conventional and new mobility
Studio Accenture A

An exclusive lunch looking at how to integrate new mobility services into current transport systems.

With FIA (Fédération Internationale de l'automobile)