THAT WAS OUR CONFERENCE PROGRAM 2019 - SCHEDULE
ZVEI e.V. - The electrical industry asenabler of mobile change!
With its sensors, actuators and semiconductors,the German electrical industry supplies intelligence to a large number of products. This innovative strength also has an impact on the further development of mobility - both on the railways and on the roads. With the increasing electrificaton of transport, the question arises as to the effects on grid stability in space - the ZVEI is presenting results from its current study on this subject. And from the point of view of the German electrical industry, where are the sticking points when it comes to sustainably reducing CO2 emissions in transport? What concrete solutions does the industry have to offer?
01.00 pm - 01.10 pm
Olaf Zinne, ZVEI e.V. - Welcome
01.10 pm - 01.40 pm
Judith Brockmeyer, PWC Germany - Presentation of the ZVEI study on the future of the power distribution grid
01.40 pm - 02.00 pm
Gregor Wille, Hager Group -Requirements for a modern building infrastructure to enable clean mobility
02.00 pm - 02.20 pm
Sebastian Lahmann, NOW GmbH - Electromobility: Charging infrastructure in public spaces - state of developments
02.20 pm - 02.40 pm
Patrik Akerman, Siemens Mobility GmbH - Electrification of freight traffic: overhead line truck solution
02.40 pm - 03.00 pm
Ferry M. M. Franz, Toyota Motor Europe - Solutions for sustainable mobility
03.00 pm - 03.20 pm
Stefan von Mach,
Thomas Waldmann, eiCamp by Würth Elektronik - WE speed up the future
Dr. Marcel Mannheller, Kiepe Electric GmbH - Smart Fleet Management
Dominik Neyer, YORKS GmbH - Is micro mobility just a trend or the future of urban mobility?
Daniel Václavek, EV Expert s.r.o. - Why: technology for a better world
VDB e.V. - Rail 4.0: Innovations from the Railway Industry for the digital and intermodal future of mobility
The transport sector faces significant challenges:global warming, traffic gridlock in big cities, fine dust pollution. Mobility must become cleaner.Rail 4.0 – the digitalisation of rail transport and alternative drives – plays a key role here. Rail 4.0 paves the way for sustainable mobility in the future. Intelligent infrastructure, automated driving,customer-friendly information, cybesecurity,entertainment, design, predictive maintenance, intermodal and silent logistics – all this can only succeed through innovations in the railway industry. How do we approach the vision of zero emissions and zero accidents? How will the travel experience be even better? What do intelligent mobility concepts for growing mega cities look like? – The railway industry in Germany provides solutions.This is our mission. Rail 4.0 made in Germany revolutionises mobility. Join us on a fascinating journey into the mobility of tomorrow, when leading global companies present innovations for more climate protection and more customer quality on Wednesday.
02.00 pm - 02.25 pm
Prof. Dr. Corinna Salander - Impulse lecture
02.25 pm - 02.40 pm
Dr. Bertram Langhanki - Smaller in size and weight: the new generation of SiC-based Auxilliary Power Supplies
02.40 pm - 02.55 pm
Christian Wallner - Passenger Traffic 4.0: The Intelligent Train
02.55 pm - 03.10 pm
Peter Bunzeck - Regional Transport 4.0: Alternative Drives for NE Railways and Regional Transport
03.10 pm - 03.25 pm
Andreas Jonas - Communication 4.0: Intelligent, situational and intermodal – the future of passenger guidance and needs-based maintenance
03.25 pm - 03.40 pm
Andreas Langenhan - Passenger Information 4.0.Intelligent real-time data generation and processing for operational control and passenger information
03.40 pm - 03.00 pm
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
Women in Mobility Breakfast @ MES Expo 2019 Hub
The Women in Mobility Hub Berlin invites you to breakfast #MoveUp at the MES Expo 2019. The focus of the #MoveUp is the exchange and networking. We are very happy to meet many mobility-enthusiastic women!
The #MoveUp will take place as part of the MES Expo at Messe Berlin.
10.00 am - 10.30 am - Admission & Breakfast
10.30 am - 10.45 am - Welcome Note
10.45 am - 12.00 pm - Table Talks & Networking (2-4 different topics)
12.00 pm - open end - Tour about the fair
Dr. Hundertmark, DB Netz AG - Digital Rail for Germany – On track for the future
Rainer Straub, Siemens Mobility GmbH - Market changes require adjustability
Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. - Panel discussion
Mobility 4.0 - intelligent, efficient, accurate
Future-oriented technology trends: from the trains from tomorrow, over 3D road maps, up to high-precision positioning systems
Isabel Metz, AAI - Leveraging Simulation for the Virtual Testing of Autonomous Driving
Max Neusser, Gaurav Pandey, HANECS GmbH - Applying state-of-the-art approaches for safe and efficient embedded systems: how companies from different industries can learn from each other
DVF e.V. - Interconnected mobility and climate protection – why digitalisation improves transport.
Digital interconnectivity is sweeping into the transport sector on a broad front. That could also help with climate protection. Germany has to reduce its CO2 emissions dramatically by 2030.Transport is expected to make a contribution. The goal is to make transport safer, more sustainable and more efficient by means of digital interconnectivity and automation. What new technologies and services are available for this? How can mobility be organised to optimum effect using digital tools? How will users benefit from this? What will digitalisation do for the climate?
Words of welcome
Dr. Heike van Hoorn - Deutsches Verkehrsforum (DVF)
Martin Anke, RIO -The Logistics Flow, TRATON GROUP
Sven Lerche, New Mobility, Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH & Co. KG
Michael Leyendecker, VITRONIC Dr.-Ing. Stein Bildverarbeitungssysteme GmbH
Moritz Hegmann, Mobileye Germany GmbH
Anke Schäffner, Zweirad-Industrie-Verbande.V. (ZIV)
Ost-Ausschuss-Osteuropaverein der Deutschen Wirtschaft e.V. - Business Breakfast East Committee
Robert Vorant, VIP Virant GmbH - Modular design – efficiency and responsibility combined
Jochen Apel, Nokia Global Enterprise - Importance of private wireless networks for the digitalization in the Mobility Industry
More information about the conference program in 2021 will follow here soon.