The Transport Systems Catapult and the University of Sheffield are currently undertaking a collaborative initiative to explore the applications and opportunities for Blockchain technology in the Transport Industry.
As part of this project we will be holding this exciting event to provide the transport community with insight in this rapidly emerging area. At this free event you will learn about and discuss:
Implications and opportunities of Blockchain will be explored in areas such as Data Sharing, Mobility as a Service, Connected and Autonomous Transport, Freight and Logistics and Digital Engineering and personalised transport provision.
The current agenda includes (subject to change):
Session 1 (10.00-11.05)
Toby Hiles – Director, Strategic Development, Transport Systems Catapult
What is Blockchain?
John Palfreyman, Founder, Palfreyman Ventures
Blockchain Disruption in Transport
Prof Lenny Koh, Director of Advanced Resource Efficiency Centre, University of Sheffield
Blockchain: Business Class Aviation on an Economy Ticket?
Simon Brown, Design Lead Operations IT (APOC AND Airside), Heathrow
Session 2 (11.50-12.50)
Trust in Sharing Mobility Data
Ian Smith, CEO, Gospel
Blockchain and Transport Data Sharing
Jelana Koen, Community Manager, DOVU
Project Tesseract – Who will own the Future of Mobility?
Philip Schartu, Director Innovation and Growth, EY
Unifying Transport Globally With Blockchain and Autonomous Agents
Si Ho, Chair, TravelSpirit
Session 3 (13.35-15.30)
Blockchain for Public Good – UK Government and Academic Exploration (and Some Words of Caution)
Tom Wilkinson, Head of MI and Analytics, Department for International Development
Blockchain: Traceability for Complex Transport Systems
Matthew Jones, Blockchain Leader (Global Automotive, Aerospace and Defence Industry), IBM
ShipNext: Blockchain in Commodity Trade and Logistics
Alexander Varvarenko, CEO, ShipNext
Aviation Blockchain Hack Outputs
Marko Javornik, VP/GM Mobility & Travel, Comtrade
Panel Discussion – The Future of Blockchain in Transport