THE INNOVATION TRAP EXIT

Every day every one of us feels the need for change in transport and logistics. The streets are clogged with vehicles, it’s loud and the air is polluted. We lose valuable time. Transportation costs are too high. And, and, and… lots of hassle.

At the same time, we are seeing new opportunities that are much closer to our needs.

Startups around the world set the pace for those innovations.

They operate largely free from the constraints of established industries and have no heritage and do not care about bias.

Nevertheless, they often remain in the current regulations and interests of the “old” industry player.

THE ISSUES WE WANT TO DISCUSS TOGETHER:

  • Brave New Vehicles: How and when can they conquer the world?
  • From Automated to Autonomous Driving – Getting the Right Rules in Place
  • Hopp on, hopp air: Can flying objects ever become part of a mainstream solution for urban traffic issues?
  • Automated Driving and the Race for Patents
  • Concept of an Autonomous Bus Line on the University Campus of Munich’s Technical University (TUM)
  • When the postman turns into a robot: How can pioneering actions become standard practice?
  • A view over the borders and back – Current state of Autonomous Driving in China 2019

KEY Knowledge And
HIGH PROFITS

This Forum brings together all Eco-System Players of next generation traffic and logistics like OEMs, Tier Suppliers, The ‘New Kids on the Block’, Traffic & Logistics Services, Technology, Mobile Operators & Connectivity, Infrastructure & Network, Database, Content & Application, Security & Safety, Quality, Certification Bodies, Insurers, Legal Services, Regulation Bodies, Public Authorities, NGOs, Private and Public Investors and Applied R&D.

Corporates

Learn about technologies and business models pushing the traffic and logistics industry. Share your perspectives and insights and meet outstanding innovators in next gen traffic and logistics.

Startups

Apply and have the chance to attend, pitch and exhibit.

Investors

Discover highly-promising startups pushing the traffic and logistics industry.

Agenda

TIME

PROGRAM

SPEAKERS | PANELISTS | MODERATORS

08.00 – 09.00 AM

Registration

The Forum will be moderated by
Dr. Thomas Clark
Managing Director Ambo Media

09.00 – 09.10 AM

Welcome & Introduction

Curt Winnen
Managing Director, Munich Network

Alexander Mager
Managing Director, Ludwig Bölkow Campus GmbH

09.10 – 09.50 AM

TraffiX – panel 1: Keeping our eyes on the streets

Brave New Vehicles:
How and when can they conquer the world?

Craig Davis – consultant, Tesla veteran, new mobility activist

Tim Hosenfeld – material expert, innovator, “father” of new bio-hybrid vehicles

Florian Petit – excited startup founder, facilitator of autonomous driving

Michael Valentine-Urbschat – electromobility influencer

Craig Davis
Managing Partner, Clean Green Fast

Prof. Dr. Tim Hosenfeld
Senior Vice President, Technology Strategy and Innovation, Schaeffler

Florian Petit
Robotocist & Co-founder, Blickfeld

Michael Valentine-Urbschat
Managing Director, VALU Development

Moderator: Dr. Thomas Clark

09.50 – 10.05 AM

5 Startups on stage

Moderator: Katharina Hickel
Director Innovation Scouting & Sourcing, Munich Network

10.05 – 10.25 AM

Regulatory view: Challenges for the legislator

From Automated to Autonomous Driving
– Getting the Right Rules in Place
Lecture in German

Theodora Hamsen
Expert, Division of Intelligent Traffic Systems and Automated Driving
Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur

10.25 – 10.40 AM

5 Startups on stage

Moderator: Claire Siegert
Program Manager Innovation Platform, Munich Network

10.40 – 11.15 AM

Coffee & Brezn – Attendees Interaction

Innovation Fair Opening

11.15 – 11.30 AM

5 Startups on stage

Moderator: Franziska Huber
Project Manager, Innovation Scouting & Sourcing, Munich Network

11.30 – 12.00 AM

TraffiX – panel 2: Taking an areal view

Hopp on, hopp air:
Can flying objects ever become part of a mainstream solution for urban traffic issues?

Joachim Rammer
Senior Expert Airworthiness, IABG

Dr. Andreas Thellmann
Program Manager Urban Air Mobility, Airbus

Tobias Willuhn
Head of Program Management for Aerospace & Defense, Europe, Test and Management, Rohde & Schwarz

Moderator: Dr. Thomas Clark

12.00 – 12.20 PM

Spotlight 1: Speed is the key

Automated Driving and the Race for Patents

Presenting and discussing the study
“Patents and self-driving vehicles”

Yann Ménière
Chief Economist, European Patent Office (EPO)

12.20 – 12.35 PM

Spotlight 2: An innovative transport idea from next door

Concept of an Autonomous Bus Line on the University Campus of Munich’s Technical University (TUM)

Prof. Dr. Thomas Hamacher,
Chair of Renewable and Sustainable Energy Systems (Ordinary), Technical University Munich, TUM

12.35 – 13.40 PM

Lunch Break – Attendees Interaction

13.40 – 14.15 PM

LogistiX: Panel 1

When the postman turns into a robot:
How can pioneering actions become standard practice?

Dr. Stephan Appt
Rechtsanwalt, Partner, Pinsent Masons Germany LLP
Advisor to Starburst

Rauno Sigur
Account Executive, Cleveron AS, Estonia

Torsten Scholl
Co-Founder & CEO, Aitonomi AG teleretail, Switzerland

Moderator: Dr. Thomas Clark

14.15 – 15.00 PM

A view over the borders and back

– Current state of Autonomous Driving in China 2019
– Standardization and legal regulation as the key enabler
– Regulation for Public Road Testing
– Autonomous Driving Risk Insurance
– Information Security in Connected mobility

Dr. Stephan Appt
Rechtsanwalt, Partner, Pinsent Masons Germany LLP

Markus Gützlaff
Senior Consultant Motor – Global Consulting, Munich Re

Dr. Yang Ji
Managing Director, LiangDao Intelligence

Moderator: Dr. Thomas Clark

15.00 – 15.20 PM

Coffee & Brezn – Attendees Interaction

15.20 – 15.45 PM

traffiX+logistiX made by collaboration

OEM – Tier1 – Startup
– Case study

Moderator: Dr. Thomas Clark

15.45 – 16.00 PM

Results & Resumé

Dr. Thomas Clark & Craig Davis

16.00 – 16.20 PM

traffiX & logistiX Innovation Award Ceremony

16.20 PM

Farewell and End

change oprogram remains reserved –

ACTORS
ON STAGE

MODERATOR

Thomas Clark
Dr. Thomas Clark

likes to develop scenarios about the future and ask questions around rather complex topics

SPEAKERS

Dr. Stephan Appt

Rechtsanwalt, Partner, Pinsent Masons Germany LLP

Platzhalter
Craig Davis

Developing and influencing the path to clean and exciting premium mobility solutions for everyone

Prof. Dr. Thomas Hamacher

Professor for Renewable and Sustainable Energy Systems, Technische Universität München; Director of the Munich School of Engineering

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tim Hosenfeldt

Senior Vice President Innovation and Central Technology, Schaeffler AG; Co-Founder & CEO, Schaeffler Bio-Hybrid GmbH

Dr. Yang Ji

Managing Director, LiangDao Intelligence (Germany)

Yann Merniere, EPO
Yann Ménière

Chief Economist, European Patent Office

Florian Petit
Dr. Florian Petit

Roboticist & Co-Founder, Blickfeld

Platzhalter
Joachim Rammer

Senior Expert Airworthiness, IABG

Torsten Scholl
Torsten Scholl

Co-Founder & CEO, Aitonomi TeleRetail AG

Rauno Sigur
Rauno Sigur

Account Executive, Cleveron AS

Dr. Andreas Thellmann

Program Manager Urban Air Mobility, Airbus

Michael Valentine-Urbschat
Michael Valentine-Urbschat

Co-Founder & CEO, VALU Development GmbH

Tobias Willuhn
Tobias Willuhn

Head of Program Management Aerospace & Defense, Europe
Test and Measurement, Rohde & Schwarz

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INNOVATION AWARD
STARTUP NOMINEES

The traffiX + logistiX Innovation Award 2019 honors the one startup which will radically shake today’s traffic and logistic up by providing groundbreaking technological innovation. The winner will satisfy user demands better by either working more efficient, by offering a more environmentally friendly solution and a higher monetary value to the customer.

AIPARK GmbH

provides live parking maps for developers of mobility services

DUKOSI
Dukosi Ltd

An ASIC based intelligent battery cell management solution that integrates multi-model sensing, local processing & memory and patented wireless communication

ELIPORT
Eliport Robotics S.L.

Autonomous ground-based delivery robots

EVR Motors Ltd.

world’s lightest, highest power density, and cost effective electric motors for the automotive industry, including disruptive high current motors of above 100kW peak at 48v

HAWA DAWA
Hawa Dawa GmbH

is the first link of a new, digital air quality value chain to steer and activate resilient, decarbonised and de-risked cities

InstaFreight GmbH

created a platform business model for shippers and carriers of road freight which enables both to realize efficiency potentials through digital processes

Magazino GmbH

SOTO is able to take over the complex and mostly manual material supply process of small load carriers and thus automate the last mile of the production supply

ObjectBox GmbH

enables Edge Computing in Mobile and IoT with its on-device database, 10X faster than any other solution, smaller than 1 MB, and uniquely designed to sit directly on Mobile and IoT devices

PARKNAV
Parknav

uses AI to know where there is open on-street parking in real-time; the only scalable solution that uses zero hardware and works for every street in a city, 24/7, for all types of on-street parking (free, metered and permit)

Prewave GmbH

uses machine learning to predict supply chain and sustainability risks based on global analysis of social media and news media channels in 36 languages

SENSIBLE 4
Sensible 4 Ltd

Full stack autonomous driving solution for last mile domain, works in all weather and environment conditions

SIGRA
Sigra Technologies GmbH

Complete system with perception and navigation unit to drive autonomous mobile robot

SMART MOBILE LABS
Smart Mobile Labs AG

global leader in real-time many-to-many video transmissions; enables with its core technology Edge Video Orchestrator secure, dynamic and high-quality distribution of video, audio and data streams over the mobile network – with a hyper-low latency of one millisecond

Tretbox GmbH

a new category of emission-free vehicles for the courier, express and parcel markets which reduces road congestion and air pollution, provides drivers with safety and comfort, and offers operators reduced costs and increased flexibility

ZAPGO
ZapGop Ltd

a new generation of supercapacitors called ‘Carbon-Ion’ which tackle the limitations of lithium-ion: slow charging, short life and safety. Carbon-Ion cells charge in minutes, can sustain 100,000+ charge/recharge cycles and are non-flammable. They can be co-located with the battery on board the vehicle, or act as a reservoir of energy on the gas station forecourt.

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TICKETS

PROGRAM
TEAM

Dr. Stephan Appt

Rechtsanwalt, Partner, Pinsent Masons Germany LLP

Dr. Mara Cole
Dr. Mara Cole

Director Connected Mobility, Zentrum Digitalisierung Bayern

Platzhalter
Craig Davis

Developing and influencing the path to clean and exciting premium mobility solutions for everyone

Otto Gies

Head of New Business Incubator at the Communications, Intelligence, Security Business Unit of Airbus Defence and Space

Chantal Jonscher

Corporate Secretary, Airbus Defence and Space

Dr. Volker Kaese

Senior Director and Head of Innovation Management, Audi AG

Alexander Mager

Managing Director, Ludwig Bölkow Campus GmbH

Dr. Matthias Pfaff

Head of fortiss Application Center for AI and Head of Business Model & Service Engineering, fortiss GmbH

Dr.-Ing. Stephan Romahn

Head of New Business Tests and Analyses, IABG mbH

Bernhard-Peter Schmidt

Corporate Business Development Aerospace & Mobility, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft

Dr. Andreas Schuster

Technical Manager, Ludwig Bölkow Campus GmbH

Dr. Christian Suttner

Co-founder and Managing Partner, Starburst GmbH

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REVIEW
2018

PARTNERS 2019

ORGANIZER

With a broad-based backbone and decades of experience in innovation, technology and industry, Munich Network is a tech industry driven private and independent nonprofit organization for promoting collaborative innovation. Munich Network members mostly are leading technology corporations from Germany and abroad, as well as research institutions, investors, consulting firms NGO´s and entrepreneurs. In addition, Munich Network is personally and directly connected with many of the most important technology centers in Germany, in Europe and internationally.

Munich Network links different groups in the innovation ecosystem by connecting parties in search of innovation (‘innovation consumer’) with parties that offer groundbreaking solutions (‘innovation provider’) and parties who enhance innovation (‘innovation enabler’). Munich Network’s role is that of an ‘Innovation Catalyst’ that accelerates innovation by networking and bringing together these worldwide relevant players who otherwise might not discover each other.

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