This year the business program of the Internet+Transport Conference has been expanded more than three times
Internet+Transport 2017 will be held for two days. Guests and participants will experience 11 sessions and presentations, as well as speeches of chief information officers of the 1520 space national railway companies, top executives of JSCo “RZD”, and founders of leading technology companies.
The plenary session of the Internet+Transport Conference will be entitled “Digital Revolution Challenges. How Can Real Sector Adapt to a New Technological Reality”. The panelists will discuss the aspects of technological progress, Internet of things, information modeling, robotics, and Russian software manufacturers support. Other discussions of Day 1 will be devoted to digital railroad, information security, technologies in international logistics, block chain in transportation and supply chain.
Day 2 of the Internet+Transport Conference will begin with the presentation “Design Thinking. How to Create a Product Client Really Needs” by Olga Linnik, Head of Design Thinking Club of the Retail Business Block of Sberbank PJSC. It will be followed by 4 sessions, focusing on innovations and communication technologies in transportation, public transport transformation and travel industry, and signing of an agreement on cooperation between Russian Railways and Internet Initiatives Development Fund.
The business program of the 1st International Conference and ExhibitionInternet+Transport 2016 included 3 business formats. It was attended by more than 200 officials, experts and leading companies of the IT and transport sectors: the Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation, Moscow Government, Russian Railways, GLONASS JSC, Yandex, Mail.ru Group, Rambler, TransContainer, Ozon, X5 Retail group, Russian Post, TakeBus, UbiGo Innovations and others.
The Internet+Transport conference will gather together leading Russian and international transport and IT experts in Moscow on November 8. Representatives from Rambler Co, Mail.Ru Group, UbiGo and others have been invited to attend.