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Future Mobility Asia Strategic Summit

The Future Mobility Asia Strategic Summit is Southeast Asia’s leading platform for global CEOs, government policymakers, start-ups, scale-ups and investors shaping the future of mobility. Cutting through the noise to address the critical trends, current opportunities and obstacles in the transition towards sustainable transportation and net-zero emissions - the Strategic Summit covers four critical themes underpinning the transformation from the perspectives of major mobility markets.

Addressing the different enablers crucial in realising Southeast Asia’s aspirations as a mobility industry hub - executive leaders unite to offer their unique strategies on advancing the future of mobility - presenting differing views and use cases on the latest innovations in battery technologies, shared services, autonomous and electric vehicles, charging networks, Ai and much more. Assess the trends and analyse some of the areas of opportunity within major markets as we collectively advance towards global emissions reduction.

CONFERENCE THEMES

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Southeast Asia’s rise as a mobility industry hub

Southeast Asia’s rise as a mobility industry hub

Southeast Asia's rise marks a new phase of cooperation among Asian nations, fostering new partnerships and re-evaluating their strategic roles on both regional and global stages. This united approach is impacting every facet of the mobility ecosystem, involving corporations, governments, investors, universities and intermediaries in a shared journey towards growth. Innovations are transforming transportation and resetting sustainable, efficient standards for future mobility. However, challenges remain, slowing the pace at which these ambitious goals can be achieved.

Join us as we uncover the ways countries are attracting investments – the policies, infrastructure, technology, and human resource strategies being used to accelerate adoption of sustainable transport and manufacturing processes and super charge technological innovation and development.

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Mobility’s Masters: Inside the minds of Asia’s change makers

Mobility’s Masters: Inside the minds of Asia’s change makers

Behind Southeast Asia’s rise as a mobility industry hub are change makers, championing the very latest in technology innovation and pivoting in response to evolving consumer behaviour. These visionary leaders are building mobility’s future and signalling a serious commitment to sustainable transport by re-imagining all aspects of the value chain and in doing so - re-positioning SEA as a vital contributor to global efforts towards net zero. Hear from the ‘masterminds’ remoulding mobility, their perspectives on the breakthroughs in battery innovation, autonomous vehicles, data-driven technologies and other pioneering developments that will define the industry’s future.

Ecosystem Architects 648 X 400Px

Ecosystem Architects: Looking to the future of mobility

Ecosystem Architects: Looking to the future of mobility

Southeast Asian markets are in a unique position to draw upon lessons learnt from more advanced European markets in their response to disruption. Adapting business models, forging strategic partnerships, and identifying lucrative markets in this ever-evolving landscape is absolutely crucial as trends such as hydrogen, autonomous vehicles, micro-mobility, Ai and battery innovation pick up speed.

Mobility Venturing & Start Up Scene 648 X 400Px

Mobility venturing & start-up scene

Mobility venturing & start-up scene

Start-ups have a significant role to play in influencing the mobility ecosystem. The rise of corporate venture capital in the mobility sector which devotes resources to small scale pilots or ventures the build, test and launch new ideas is helping drive future growth and offers an insight into where the industry is headed. Southeast Asia’s proactive approach to start-ups has gained global recognition with ride hailing, shared services and data-driven innovations signalling what’s on the horizon. What opportunities and challenges are inherent in corporate venturing and what can investment trends tell us about the future of clean mobility?