Future Logistics Conference at ITT Hub
The ITT Hub is more than an exhibition. FTA will be delivering a comprehensive conference programme over both days of the event. Structured around four key themes, sessions will be delivered by thought leaders, innovators and experts representing a wide range of businesses and stakeholders.
Keynote Speaker Confirmed - Tim Peake
Peake, 47, was the first British astronaut to visit the International Space Station, where his work during Mission Principia inspired millions about the possibilities which space could offer. A former test pilot, he is also a STEM ambassador, schools’ speaker and best-selling author.
His keynote speech will kick off two days of debate and discussions at ITT Hub 2020.
“I am thrilled to be speaking at next year’s FTA Future Logistics Conference, to engage with key businesses across the logistics sector and identify areas where inspiration could provide solutions for 21st century challenges.
I am also looking forward to experiencing first-hand the wide range of new options for logistics which the ITT Hub will have on show – and possibly even seeing what it’s like to experience an autonomous vehicle. 60 years ago, man had not even set foot on the moon, but the boundaries of what’s possible have been expanded, and I look forward to challenging visitors at next year’s conference to push their horizons and help to shape the industry of tomorrow.”
Data is the exciting engine room for future logistics. This stream examines the biggest drivers, what’s happening in technology and how it will likely impact transport and logistics.
View the Future Data programme.
Making sense of the future transport and logistics environment and how it might impact the choices you make about fuels and vehicles. Where should you invest and who are the innovators in this space?
View the Future Vehicles programme.
Future Business Strategies
How might transport and logistics businesses need to change to adapt to future requirements? What new business models will be needed? How will they manage change, resilience and risk? And how can the government help the private sector deliver?
View the Future Business Strategies programme.
Cities seem to be the main focus for future innovation and policy agendas. How should cities manage congestion, pollution, and safety in stressed and dense environments? But very importantly how can our towns, villages and the countryside not be left-behind?
View the Future Communities programme.
We are looking for papers / nominations for expert speakers. If you would like to speak, or nominate someone to speak, at this industry event in front of thousands of leaders and decision makers, get in touch with us today.
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