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Mobility as a Service 2018 Sydney


Final Detailed Program

Australia’s inaugural Mobility as a Service 2018 conference has ended and was a great success! Over 200 MaaS and ITS industry including community/council group advocates attended to network and learn more about the huge potential which MaaS can provide for business development opportunities and liveable communities. Stay tuned for announcements on MaaS 2019!

  • Date: Thursday 3 May 2018
  • Venue: Swissôtel Sydney, 68 Market Street, Sydney – MAP
  • Attendance: 200 intelligent transport systems executives (national and international)
  • Program: 1-Full Day Conference, Call for Papers plus invited national and international speakers
  • Networking: Drinks and canapes networking Welcome Reception at a premier Sydney location
  • Sponsorship: Great opportunities available! Brand exposure, audience engagement, lead generation, build your community – contact ITS Australia for the Sponsorship Prospectus.
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NEW MaaS 2018 Flyer

The Intelligent Transport System industry is constantly evolving and Mobility as a Service (MaaS) has become one of the fastest growing sectors in the ITS industry. MaaS is a key contributor to smart transport and the liveability of our cities, suburbs and regional communities.

For one day only 200 transport technology professionals will network, do business and access industry leaders and Keynote Speakers. The MaaS | Mobility as a Service 2018 Sydney conference will for the first time in Australia, bring together senior policy makers, decision makers, practitioners and senior intelligent transport executives to explore the technology and new concepts that are driving consumer mobility choices today. More . . . 

Graeme ScottThe emergence of MaaS in recent years offers huge opportunities for the future delivery of transport and mobility, but equally MaaS presents a range of challenges that Governments and operators globally are facing. Cooperation is key. Sharing our experiences at MaaS Scotland with colleagues attending the MaaS 2018 Sydney conference is part of this.
Director, IBI Group and Chair MaaS Scotland, Keynote Speaker at MaaS 2018 Sydney
Richard Harris. . . the main challenges for any MaaS deployment [are] the organisational and institutional aspects, political leadership, back office integration, IoT and addressing the first / last mile transport challenge. I am convinced that the Australian “can do” attitude will see rapid progress.
Director Europe, Ohmio Automotion United Kingdom and Program Committee Member at MaaS 2018 Sydney
Barbara WiseMaaS is an emerging approach for improving personal mobility. To achieve its potential, its value for customers needs to be well defined. Institutional policy and regulatory settings will likely need to be reshaped. The MaaS 2018 conference provides the opportunity to explore these challenges.
NSW Point to Point Transport Commissioner, Independent Commissioner Australia and Speaker at MaaS 2018 Sydney
Andy TaylorAustralia is at the cusp of becoming the world leader for MaaS. Other cities have tried and stalled – Australia can now take the lead and show the benefits of MaaS to a city and its inhabitants.
Director of Strategy, Cubic Transportation Systems USA and Speaker at MaaS 2018 Sydney

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