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Conference Programme

Day 1: 22 May 2019
Time Conference Room A
0930-1100 hrs Introduction & Welcome: Mr. Prem Behl, Chairman, Exhibitions India Group
Address by Industry Partner: Mr. Ankur Malhotra, Director, Mazars Advisory LLP
Address by Knowledge Partner: Mr. Sameer Jain, Partner & Lead – Urban Transformation, KPMG
Address by Knowledge Partner: Mr. Rahul Bagdia, Director & Co-founder, pManifold
Inaugural Address: Shri Durga Shanker Mishra, IAS, Secretary, Minister Housing & Urban Affairs Government of India
Release of reports:
Synchronizing a SMARTER India: by Mazars
Internet of Things in Smart cities: by KPMG
City EV Readiness: Bottom-up approach to scale EVs: by pManifold
Vote of Thanks and Ribbon Cutting: Mr. Prem Behl, Chairman, Exhibitions India Group Exhibition Tour
1100-1130 hrs Tea break
Time Conference Room C: EV and Battery Tech India Summit
1130-1300 hrs Plenary Session: Electrifying the future: Learnings and the way forward from Global Leaders
Session focus:

• Status of schemes, regulations, policies, subsidies and challenges
• Need of financing for EVs
• Trends in growth of various EV types i.e. 2 wheelers, 3 wheelers, cars and buses
• EV manufacturing and supporting technologies
• EV design and mass adoption
• Overcoming the cost challenges
• Electric vehicle safety standards
• Investment models

Moderator: Mr. Rahul Bagdia, Director & Co-founder, pManifold, India
Keynote Address: Shri Abhay Damle, Joint Secretary (Transport), Ministry of Road, Transport and Highways, Government of India
Special Address: Shri Anil Srivastava, Adviser, DG-DEMO, Niti Aayog, India

Leading Speakers:
• Dr. O.P. Agrawal, CEO, WRI India, India
• Mr. Sanjay Aggarwal, Managing Director, Fortum India, India
• Mr. Nagesh Basavanhalli, MD & CEO, Greaves Cotton Ltd., India
• Mr. Harj Dhaliwal, Managing Director, Virgin Hyperloop One, Middle East and India
• Mr. Vikram Gulati, Country Head & Vice President (EA), Toyota Kirloskar Motors Pvt. Ltd., India
• Mr. Naga Satyam, Executive Director, Olectra Greentech Limited(Goldstone), India
1300-1400 hrs Lunch
1400-1530 hrs India’s EV charging infrastructure
Session focus:

• Current status of charging infrastructure from home charging to fast charging, swapping and way forward
• Barriers in deploying charging infrastructure
• Vision target and policy measures
• Role of utilities in developing charging infrastructure
• Emerging EVs charging ecosystem i.e. solar, park and charge, etc.
• Investments opportunities

Moderator: Dr. Prabhjot Kaur, CEO, Esmito, India
Presentation by: Mr. Krishna Sharma, Director, EV Charging, Delta Electronics, India

• Mr. Allen Abraham, Regional Analyst, BloombergNEF, India
• Mr. Nitish Arora, Track Lead, Electric Vehicles & Clean Technology, Ola Mobility Institute
• Mr. Ajay Goel, Executive Director & COO, SUN Mobility, India
• Mr. A.K. Jain, Managing Director, REIL, India
• Mr. Vijay Jaiswal, Director – Automotive, Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation Limited ( TSSIIC), India
• Ms. Suma MN, Technology Manager, Electric Power, GE Research, India
• Mr. Maxson Lewis, Managing Director, Magenta EV Solutions Pvt. Ltd., India
1530-1545 hrs Tea break
1545-1715 hrs Energy Storage for EVs
Session focus:

• Present status and future trends in technology, performance and costs
• Batteries and battery management systems
• Next generation battery materials and technologies
• Manufacturing opportunities in India
• Investments opportunities

Moderator: Mr. Debi Prasad, Director, India Energy Storage Alliance, India

• Dr Priyank Dahanukar, CEO, EVI (Electric Vehicle India), India
• Mr. Sumit Dhanuka, Founder and Managing Partner, Precog Innovation Partners, India
• Mr. Piyush Gupta, CEO, Lithion Power, India
• Mr. Anshul Gupta, Director, Okaya Power Group, India
• Mr. Samit Jain, Managing Director, Pluss Advanced Technologies Pvt. Ltd. , India
• Mr. Akash Kaushik, CEO, Euclion Energy, India

Day 2: 23 May 2019
Time Conference Room C: EV and Battery Tech India Summit
1000-1315 hrs EV Workshop: Charging-as-a-Service: for Entrepreneurs, Businesses and Cities If and how-to setup and manage EV charging business?
1000-1045 hrs Business Models and Pricing for Charging-as-a-Service Expert: Mr. Rahul Bagdia, Director & Co-founder, pManifold, India

• Mapping of EV use cases (across 2-Wheeler/ 3-Wheeler/ 4-Wheeler/ Bus; commercial fleet vs. personal use; fixed vs. swapping battery) to charging infrastructure requirements
• EV use cases attractiveness and adoption measured in terms of Total cost of Ownership
• Opportunity sizing for EV Charging-as-a-service in India, and its segmentation
• Growth Drivers for rise of EV and Charging Business opportunities in India
• Different Charging Business models and entry strategies (Learning from various rollout deployments)
• Pricing for Charging-as-a-Service with scenarios and investment analysis
1045-1130 hrs Charger make, Technologies and Performance Expert: Mr. Manas Trivedi, Sr. Manager-Mobility, Exicom, India

•EV charger types and important technical characteristics – slow vs. fast; off-board vs. on-board; vehicle segment specific; home vs. public charging; battery chemistry and size inter-relation;
• EV charger constituents and key elements that impact charging performance
• New technology innovations, features and readiness (vehicle-to-grid interactions, renewable integration, grid load management etc.)
• Considerations for chargers selection and procurement; role for standards;
• Best practices in Chargers setup, operations and maintenance
1130-1145 hrs Tea break
1145-1230 hrs Charger overall System Integration, Backend and Operations Expert: Ms. Prabhjot Kaur, CEO, Esmito, India
• Understanding interactions and impact of slow vs. fast charging on Battery/EV performance and also on the Grid
• Technology options and key considerations for interfacing Charger with Battery/EV and Grid (hardware/ software/ communication)
• IT operationalization for EV Charging-as-a-Service model (for fixed vs. swapping battery systems)
• Charging operations and business risks mitigation
• Technology readiness for quick launch of charging-as-a-service model
1230-1315 hrs Conclusion
1315-1400 hrs Lunch break
Time Conference Room C: Transport
1400-1530hrs hrs Redefining public transport
Session focus:

• Public transport planning, market trends, challenges and its solutions
• Electrification of public transport
• Intelligent transportation system (ITS) based enhanced public transport
• Digital transactions towards efficient public transport
• Accessible public transport for people with disabilities
• Alternative fuels in public transport
• Empowering women in public transport

Chair: Mr.Raghav Chandra (IAS Retd.), Former Chairman, NHAI, India
Keynote Address: Mr. Yaduvendra Mathur, IAS, Special Secretary, NITI Aayog, India

• Mr. V.K. Gupta, Chief General Manager, Delhi Transport Corporation, India
• Mr. Anmol Singh Jaggi, Director, Gensol Group, India
• Mr. Nipun Malhotra, CEO, Nipman Foundation, India
• Mr Kavish Shah, Engineer-R&D, Waaree Energies ltd., India
• Mr. Brijraj Vaghani, Co-Founder & CEO, Ridlr (an Ola company), India
• Mr. Sriteja Julapalli, Co-Founder and CEO, AspenBower Electric Vehicles, India
1515-1530 hrs Tea break
1545-1715 hrs Creating sustainable mobility future
Session focus:

• Trends, major challenges, policies and programs initiated for mobility innovation in cities by government and private sector
• New mobility coming as a challenge for urban planning
• New developments and services in urban public transport
• Public transport options for tier II and III cities
• New initiatives in Metro transit system
• Global learnings and success stories

Moderator and Knowledge Partner Address: Mr. Srinath Manda, Domain Head, Automotive & Transportation, MarketsandMarkets, India
Keynote Speaker: Mr. MK Sinha, OSD(UT) & ex-officio JS, MoUHA, India*
Special Address: Mr. P.K. Bansal, Managing Director, Chennai Metro Rail Ltd., India*

• Prof. Sanjay Gupta, Professor of Transport Planning, School of Planning and Architecture, India
• Mr. Alexander Klotz, Head of Technical Center, Continental, India
• Mr. Stephane LECOMTE, Urban areas Industry Solution Experience Director, Dassault Systemes
• Mr. Smit Raturi, Co-Founder and CEO - ValetEZ, India
• Mr. Ramaprasanna Subbaraya S, Managing Director AAM India

Day 3: 24 May 2019
Time Conference Room C : Transport
1000-1130 hrs Enabling shared and connected mobility in india to change the way of travel
Session focus:

• Current trends, issues, challenges and its implications

• The need of shared and connected mobility
• Policies, regulations and guidelines from government
• A step towards decongesting cities and reducing the roadsides parking
• First and last mile connectivity
• Parameters for passenger safety
• Adapting the transition of electric mobility
• Employment opportunities

Moderator: Mr. Dhruv Behl, Managing Editor, autoX, India

• Mr. Sidharth Balakrishna, Former Head of Strategy and Innovation and Executive Director, Essel Group, India
• Mr. Arnab Das, VP, Global Service Line, Advanced Networking & IoT, Altran, India
• Ms. Avantika Gode, Head of Federal Affairs, Uber, India
• Ms. Bharti Maan, Director - Digital Transformation, SAP, India
• Mr. Paavo Moilanen, Smart Mobility Expert, Ramboll
• Mr. Gerald Ollivier, Lead Transport Specialist, World Bank, India
• Mr. Vishwas Singh, Head- Policy Advocacy, Shuttle, India
• Mr. Junshan Zeng, Director General, Development & Research Center of the State Post Bureau, China
1130-1145 hrs Tea break
1145-1315 hrs Road safety needs
Session focus:

• Reviewing current policy and future recommendations
• Safe road infrastructure, highways, toll management
• Traffic layout, control, management and enforcement for road safety
• Effect of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) on road safety
• Vulnerable road users
• User behaviour and Post-crash care
• Training and skilling for drivers

Chair: Prof. Dinesh Mohan, PhD, Distinguished Professor, IIT, New Delhi, India

• Mr. Phil Allen, VP Sales - APAC, TomTom
• Mr. Ryan Gayman, Vice President -Partnerships, Roadbotics, USA
• Dr. Amit Gupta, Professor of Surgery, Division of Trauma Surgery & Critical Care, J.P.N. Apex Trauma Center, and All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India
• Mr. Mahesh Rajoria, General Manager: Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. and Director: IDTR, India
• Dr Kamal Soi, Member - NRSC, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, Govt. of India
• Shri Pankaj Kumar Singh, Addl. DGP (Traffic), Rajasthan, Jaipur
• Mr. Piyush Tewari, CEO, Save Life Foundation, India
1315-1400 hrs Lunch break
Time Conference Room A
1400-1600 hrs Smart Cities India Awards
1600-1730 hrs Film Screening of SuryaGanga, a new award-winning documentary movie on water, energy and climate

*Invited/consent awaited

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