2014 Agenda 


Thursday, November 13th – London Room 9 a.m – 1 p.m.

The smart innovation and modernization of territories and cities cannot be separeted from “smart” innovation, planning and evolution in the mobility sector.
Smart mobility, tailor-made for the citizens, is in fact one of the key factors in the development of Smart City and represents a new challenge for reducing waste and pollution in order to create create economies for the promotion of the movement of people and goods, improving logistics, reducing costs and optimizing travel time.
There are several national and international best practices, a sign that both governments and companies on the one hand, than the citizens on the other hand, stand up for the development of the Smart Mobility.
The new EU cohesion policy strongly requires Member States and regions to give EU investments to projects and interventions that aim to reduce transport emissions, t thanks to the support for the development of new technologies and promoting new patterns of urban multimodal mobility, involving the use of public transport, but also walking and cycling.
The European Commission has also launched an action plan to ensure a sustainable development of the automotive sector and proposes actions on emissions, funding of research (2014-2020), electric mobility, road safety, new knowledge, smart regulation, trade negotiations and harmonization at international level.


• Smart Mobility: best practice and politics at local level
• Policies and plans at European and local level for the development of Smart Mobility
• The Action Plan of the European Commission for the automotive sector: CARS 2020
• Research and Innovation for Smart Mobility: development of supply chain in Automotive ICT and Transport market.

Chairman: Gian Luca Pellegrini, Director, QUATTRORUOTE

Speech by:
Guido Bolatto, Secretary-general, Chamber of Commerce of Turin
Gianluigi Ferri, AD, Innovability
Carlo Silva, President, ClickutilityTeam
Règis Faure, General Director, GL Events – Lingotto Fiere
Enzo Lavolta, Assessor to Policies for Environment, Energy and Technological Development, City of Turin
Carlo Pettinelli, Managing Sustainable Development – Directorate General “Enterprise and Industry”, European Commission
Margherita Migliaccio, General Director for Development of the territory, international projects, Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport
Massimo Boldrini, Head of Intervention strategies for ITS Projects, PON Reti e Mobilità 2007/2013 – Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport
Marco Martina, Deloitte Partner and expert in auto motive area
Gino Bella, Professor, University Niccolò Cusano – Telematica Roma
Giuseppina De Santis, Assessor for Productive Activities, Piedmont Region
Enrico Galleano, President, Gruppo Giovani Imprenditori – Confindustria Cuneo
Gianfranco Giorda, , Director, ANFIA
Saverio Romeo, Principal Analyst M2M – The Internet of Things – Wearable Technologies – Smart Solutions, Beecham Research
Morten Hother Sørensen, Managing Director Denmark-Head of New Markets, EASYPARK


Friday, November 14th – London Room 9.45 a.m. – 1 a.m and 2 p.m. – 4.30 p.m.

The integration between energy technologies, mobile communications and sustainable infrastructures is an enable key for building the Smart City and improve the delivery of services to citizens and companies.
The process that leads to the development of smart city is multidisciplinary and involves different actors in the supply chain: from technology providers, institutions, universities and the society itself, which is required to make changes and to make a technological leap. The concept of Smart Cities is now a key element of the strategy for the economic recovery of our country.
Italian Digital Agenda (ADI) and Horizon 2020 will be the main tools for the implementation of policies and strategies for ICT at National and European level. Cloud Computing technologies and Big Data solutions are essential technological components for the development of digital services in a Smart City.
The growing availability of services based on cloud technology offers endless opportunities to companies and Public administrations, which can reduce IT costs and increase the quality of services. By contrast, however, to ensure dissemination and success of this technology it is necessary to find models and managerial solutions.
The Big Data on the one hand, however, pose the problem of managing the mass of data and the subsequent development of solutions, plans and actions that have a real impact on the quality of life in the city and use of such information sources to support development models and sustainability of so-called intelligent communities (smart communities); on the other hand pose the problems of data security and privacy.
Thanks to laws and to European, Italian and regional directives, public institutions are gradually moving towards a widespread distribution of all that data collected and stored, which are now available for everyone (Open Data).
After the process of opening up data have started, however, it is important to begin an activity of coordination, standardization of models, feedback from companies and developers, the selection of the dataset to be open to all, enabling the use of these data for the development of new business markets and economic recovery.
There has been a slow but progressive legislation awareness of the phenomenon of open data at national level. Nevertheless most encouraging signs are coming from regional experiences. The most remarcable example is represented by the Piedmont Region, who in May 2010 inaugurated the open data portal: (more than a one year in advance than the national portal
Among the types of open data useful for the revitalization and economic recovery of the country there are geographic data. The spread of OpenGeoData will give a big boost to the use of BIM and GIS in spatial planning and infrastructures design. With significant advantages in terms of cost, time and quality of results, leading to the construction of cities and sustainable infrastructures.


• Technologies and Infrastructures: what is going to change between now and 2020?
• Use of RFID for the management of services in the Smart City
• Digitalization of administrative processes and dissemination of digital services for public administrations
• Tools for the Smart City: Digital Agenda and the Horizon 2020
• Cloud as a philosophy and business opportunity
• New applications and the providing of the services of communication and collaboration with citizens and companies
• Issues for the management of Cloud technologies and Big Data solutions: government, security and privacy
• Open Data 2020: problems and prospects for Italy
• Linked open data and active citizenship
• The geomatics at Smart City’s service
• Standardization of models and selection of the dataset for the development of new business markets
• OpenData & OpenGeoData for the country’s economic recovery

Chairman: Alfonso Quaglione, General Manager & Owner, RivistaGEOmedia

Speech by:
Enzo Lavolta, Assessor to Policies for Environment, Energy and Technological Development, City of Turin
Elio Catania, President, Confindustria digital
Francesco Tortorelli, Executive head of the “architectures, standards, and infrastructure”, Agenzia per l’Italia Digitale
Mario Polosa, Maketing Manager Businness Unit Machine to Machine & IoT Services, Telecom Italia Digital Solutions
Sergio Gambacorta, Smart Cities Program Manager, Vodafone
Paolo Bubisutti, Sales Manager Embedded Boards & Systems, Eurotech SEMEA
Nicola Lavenuta, CEO, Macnil Technology Solutions – GRUPPO ZUCCHETTI
Valerio Bertuccelli, Administrator, Sistema Ambiente
Nello Iacono, Vice President, States-General of Innovation, President, Institute for Italian Open Data
Giovanni Biallo, Association’s President, member of the executive of the Italian Institute of Open Data, OpenGeoData Italia
Federico Morando, Director of Research and Policy & Research Fellow, Nexa Center for Internet & Society, Polytechnic of Turin; Lead Creative Commons Italia
Sergio Duretti, General Director, CSP – Innovation in ICT
Roberto Moriondo, Head of Innovation, Research and Universities, Piedmont Region
Anna Cavallo, CSI Piedmont
Gianluigi Cogo, HOMER Project Manager and responsible for Veneto Digital Agenda, Piedmont Region
Lorenzo Bertuccio, Scientific Director, Euromobility


Friday, November 14th – Lisbon Room 9 a.m. – 1.15 p.m.

New technologies allow you to make the access to services more accessible and efficient, including the payment of public transportation, payment of parking, car-sharing services, the re-charging of electric vehicles and access to the limited traffic zones, which are the most used.
Thanks to the new trends of the Smart Payment citizens can access additional utilities. In this session we will have a focus and a comparison between those that are the solutions and the technologies of smart and innovative mobile payment.


• Evolutionary scenarios of mobile payment: focus on regulations and developments of systems and technologies in the next years
• Proximity Payments and NFC technology developments: focus HCE, payments NFC towards the cloud
• New frontiers of payment: payments through phone credit
• Technological solutions and new emerging business models
• Smart Mobile Ticketing and applied to the field of mobility, public utilities and other assets: the ongoing trials and development prospects
• Evolution of RFID standards for mobility and transport
• e-ID and mobile development prospects and possible convergence
• The new technological frontiers of payment systems and the use of electronic tickets
• Providers of Payment Services

Roberto Garavaglia, Expert in the field of Electronic Payments and founder of the blog

Speech by:
Valeria Portale, Head of research School of Management, Polytechnic of Milan
Giovanni Laudicina, Country Manager Italy, EASYPARK
Daniela Manuello, Head of Marketing, PosteMobile
Paola Visentin, Head of Marketing & Global Communication, RFID Global
Alessandro De Domenico, IT Manager, Caronte & Tourist
Francesco Italia, Vice Mayor, Municipality of Siracusa
Giorgio Fanesi, President and CEO, Pluservice
Guido Campra, Affiliates & Partnership, Consortium Movincom
Maria Paola Masturzo, Head of sales, PosteMobile
Giuseppe Ventre, Head of Administration, Finance and Control, ATB Bergamo 
Fabrizio Calvo, Coordinator Systems Commercial Area – Directions Systems information, Trenitalia
Vincenzo Bloise, Head of Infomobility, TPL and Market Solutions, Almaviva


Friday, November 14th – Lisbon Room 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.

The Integrated Ticket of Piedmont region (BIP) is an innovative electronic ticketing system that allows, through a contactless smart card, to access to any public transportation (specially equipped) anywhere in the region.
The electronic ticketing system in the region, which began in 2011 (starting from the extra-urban transportation service in the province of Cuneo) provides for a gradual implementation and it is continuing its growth by consolidating its presence on the area and activating new features: “paperless” management of the ticket sales, transportation credit, integration with Trenitalia ticketing systems.

Chairman: Lorenzo Marchisio, Direction Transport, Infrastructure, Mobility and Logistics, Piedmont Region

Speech by:
Francesco Balocco, Councillor for Transport, Infrastructure, Public Works and Soil Protection, Piedmont Region
Daniela Carbone, Executive Technological Innovations Manager, ASSTRA
Paolo Ferrecchi, General Manager Networks Infrastructure Logistics and Mobility Systems, Emilia Romagna Region
Mauro Paoletti, Grandabus Consortium
Manfredo Losco, Application Manager Telemaco, Pluservice
Paolo Sandri, Dirigente responsabile delle vendite e dello sviluppo, GTT Torino
Giuseppe Proto, Vice President, Consorzio Extra.To


Thursday, November 13th – Dublin Room 10:30 a.m – 1 p.m.

On-board Terminals and pfofessional navigation systems service for the management and tracking of vehicle fleets in the context of public transport, car rental, shipping and logistics market and the corporate assets.
Development of technologies for instrumentation, navigation and tracking systems, and integration of transmission technologies with the vehicular networks,in order to monitor the operational status of vehicles, the geographical location of the area and the route optimization.
Applications and new solutions for the monitoring and traffic management.


• Fleet management and monitoring of vehicles
• The route management, integration with traffic conditions and communications between vehicles and the operations room
• Asset management and tracking through the use of RFID, RTLS and WiFi
• Systems for the generation and scheduling optimized routes for the exchange and messaging communication with the vehicle and for the creation of reports and statistical service
• The management of commercial fleets beyond location: remote diagnostics and scheduled maintenance, insurance pay-per drive, anti-theft alarm management mode, remote immobilization after the theft of a vehicle, certified delivery and administration the loading-unloading
• Strategies, partnerships and key factors for insurance and car hire companies to provide telematics services: eg. pay-per-drive, remote maintenance

Chairman: Romano Lovison, President, ANSSAT

Seech by:
Pietro Teofilatto, Director Fund Long Term Rental, ANIASA
Mario Caporale, Member of the International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems, Italian Space Agency
Andrea Marella, DataFromSky (RCE Systems)
Massimiliano Ronzitti, Account Executive Enterprise Sales, HERE
Marco Federzoni, Sales Director Italy, TomTom Telematics
David Lucchesi, Sales Manager – ITS Communications, SATEL


Thursday, November 13th – Dublin Room 3.45 p.m – 6 p.m.

The board telematics is becoming essential for the automotive industry and the number of cars equipped with communication systems is increasing. The future of this segment of the market depends on the ability to integrate the technologies of navigation and digital wireless communications through WiFi or cellular networks. Market Overview of telematics and satellite services professional and consumer: what applications and new business opportunities?


• On-board terminals and navigation systems: evolution of technologies and integration network-vehicle
• Embedded Modules phones, new transmission technologies and programmability: towards superfast transmission through sophisticated programming interfaces
• Vision systems for vehicles
• Wireless sensors for driving the vehicle and remote diagnostic tools for predictive maintenance
• Wireless OEM Modules, Vehicle-Vehicle Communication (C2C) and transmission technologies Self-Infrastructure: Applications and Standards
• On-board technologies and open source embedded software and proprietary software for the use of the vehicle

Chairman: Agostino Fornaroli, Senior Consultant Transportation, European Certification Board of Logistics

Speech by:
Marco Canesi, M2M Sales & Marketing Manager Italy & Turkey, Vodafone
Zurab Facini, Person in charge of international development, OMNICOMM
Fedele Gallileo, Sales Manager, Gemalto M2M Italy
Lucia Locuratolo, ITS Program Manager, Magneti Marelli
Giannicola Marengo, Deputy editor Area Land, Transport and Civil Defence – Director of Transport Services, Province of Turin


Thursday, November 13th – Lisbon Room 2 p.m – 6 p.m.

The management of mobility in the cities’ centres as well as in the accesses to the cities themselves is becoming a challenge that need a combination of several factors to be faced. These factors are the related to number of car parks, commercial activities, commuters and tourists. The goal is to make the traffic of people and goods flow and at the same time guarantee the livability of the cities.
Nowadays are available new systems the are able to monitor and handle the traffic flow by giving info on it taking into account several aspects (speed, C02 emissions, environmental conditions). In this field are emerging new solutions for the payment and management of both car parks and accesses to cities.


• Mobility Management in city centre
• Smart Parking: project, solution and new technologies
• Telematics systems for the management of traffic and data speed, C02 emissions, environmental conditions)
• New solutions for the payment and management of both car parks and accesses to cities

Chairman: Piero Craveri, Past President, AIPARK

Speech by:
Claudio Lubatti, Transport Councillor, City of Turin
Morten Hother Sørensen, Managing Director Denmark-Head of New Markets, EASYPARK
Enrico Sponza, President, Movincom Servizi
Giuseppe Mascino, Head of Marketing Italy, Pluservice
Paolo Lanari, CEO & Co-Founder, Kiunsys
Marco Moretti, Managing & Sales Direct Italy, Netsize
Enrico Podestà, Input Parcheggi
Mauro Di Giamberardino, Founder & CEO, SMART-I
Alessandro Fiorindi, Director, Pisamo – City of Pisa
Gaetano Garufo, Executive Councillor, Aipark
Michela Mingardo, Mobility Manager, Municipality of Treviso


Friday, November 14th – Madrid Room 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

The intense distribuition of goods generates high costs in terms of traffic congestion, pollution, consumption of resources and also makes the accessibility to towns worse.
As a consequence it is necessary to stand up properly to these drawbacks and devise new solutions that will make the system more efficient and consequently the cties themselves more accessible.
This meeting is focused on how might evolve the new systems for urban distribution of goods in light of the recent politics (eg: Piano Nazionale ITS). The main topic will be the URBe-LOG Project already active in Turin, Genoa and Milan (north of Italy).

Chairman: Massimo Marciani, FIT Consulting

Speech by:
Claudio Lubatti, Transport Councillor, City of Turin
Antonella Galdi, Vice Segretary, ANCI
Cleto Carlini, Sustainable Mobility Division, City of Bologna
Massimo Boldrini, Head of Intervention strategies for ITS Projects, PON Reti e Mobilità 2007/2013 – Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport
Gian Piero Di Muro, Intervention strategies for ITS Projects , PON Reti e Mobilità 2007/2013 – Ministry of Infrastructures and Transports
Ivan Calaon, Iveco Product Development & Engineering – Innovation Truck & Bus, CNH Industrial
Eugenio Morello, CSST EMEA – Commercial Services & Cusomer Care, CNH Industrial
Matteo Scola, RFID Project Manager, FASTHINK – TELEKOM ASSIST EUROPE Group
Enrico Pastori, Head for logistics and freight, TRT Trasporti e Territorio
Rossella Panero, President, TTS Italia
Antonello Fontanili, Director, Uniontrasporti
Maurizio Longo, Secretary-General, Trasporto Unito
Matteo Gasparato, President, UIR
Carlo Maria Medaglia, Professor, University La Sapienza of Rome
Giovanni Caruso, Transport, Navigation, General Affairs and the Employees Department – Directorate General for Road Transportation and Intermodality – Intermodal and Interports Division – Financial support, Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport

Conference organized in partnership with CEI-CIVES

Thursday, November 13th – London Room 2 p.m – 6 p.m.

Electric vehicles are one of the most effective answer to the pollution caused by traffic.
One third of the green-house gases emissions are produced by transportation.
Thanks to the development of electric vehicles is possible to reduce drastically Co2 emissions and therefore male the quality of life better, especially in towns.
During January 2014 the European Commission passed the “Clean Fuel Strategy” (CFS) whose aim is to encourage the use of cutting edge vehicles. According to the CFS by the 2020 Italy will have to built 125.000 recharching points for electric cars. Nowadays Italy only has 1.350. The development of an adeguate system of recharging points is the first step to reach an effective success of alternative mobility.
Moreover, the newest electric vehicles are more and more efficient and with better performances. In Italy the Decree Sviluppo 83/2012 – wich is now the law 134/2012 – promote the purchase of electric vehicles by providing incentives (20% discount or max. 5.000 euros) the will be available within 2015.


• Policies to propomote Electric Mobility and support the development if recharching points infrastructure.
• The development of the recharging system: goals of the EU; Presentation of the White Paper published by the Cei-Cives (Italian Electronic Comitee)
• National Plan for charging infrastructure for vehicles powered by electricity
• The most important projects started in Italy
• Developmnet of the electic vehicles: what’s new on the market?
• Electric Vehicle Charging: technologies and solutions.
• The evolution of Electric Light-Vehicles

There will be presentations by representatives of institutions, industry associations, sponsors, experts and researchers in the field

Edoardo Croci, Director, SmartCity & MobilityLab
Pietro Menga, President, CEI-CIVES

Speech by:
Margherita Migliaccio, General Director for Development of the territory, international projects, Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport
Alberto Valmaggia, Enviroment Councillor, Piedomont Region
Laura Tribioli, Ingeneer, University Niccolò Cusano – Telematics Roma
Marco Girelli, Direttore Sales & Marketing, Alphabet
Sergio Torre, Responsable Strategic Planning & Controlling, Duferco Energia
Angelo Matteo Pertosa, BU Innovation e E-Mobility Director at Sitael and Responsable for the iBike Project
Olivero Giannini, Professor, University Niccolò Cusano – Telematics Roma
Massimiliana Carello, President and Founder, Spin Off BeonD
Franco Barbieri, Administrator,Route220

International Summit
CNG – BioCNG – Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)

Thursday, November 13th – Paris Room, Mezzanino Floor, 9:30 a.m. – 13 p.m and 2 p.m. – 6.30 p.m.

First session
How to speed up the development of the supply chain of natural gas in Italy: initiatives, regulatory changes, emerging technologies and the potential of biomethane “

Thursday, November 13th – Paris Room, Mezzanino Floor, 9:30 a.m. – 13 p.m

In the last few years the number of gas station has increate considerably: from 706 stations in 2009 to 1020 in 2014 (july).
At the same time more and more people are chosing vehicles powered by gas or to retrofit their petrol engines. Just in 2013 the number of vehicles fitted with gas engines was 93.534 whilst in 2012 was 80.452 del 2012. Among the innovations the are also Self-Service LNG stations.
Several regions are also promoting politics that foster this supply chain by living.

BioCNG for transport represents a perspective of great interest.
BioCNG presents several advantages:

– it is a renewable and programmable source of energy;
– generates a reduction of dependence on imports of natural gas;
– supports the development of the local economy;
– ensures the growth of environmental sustainability;

In light of this points we can safely state that the activation of the agro-energy biomethane is a great opportunity to pursue in order to develop the Green Economy in Italy.

Chairman: Nicola Ventura,

Speech by:
Giuseppina De Santis, Assessor for Productive Activities, Piedmont Region
Giacomo Orlanda, Direction Production, Programming Sector of the tertiary sector for Sale, Piedmont Region
Diego Gavagnin, Comunicare Energia
Michele Ziosi, EMEA Institutional Relations, CNH Industrial
Valeria Albizzati, EMEA Institutional Relations, Fiat Chrysler Automotive
Andrea Gerini, research center FIAT
Mariarosa Baroni, President, NGV Italy 
Piero Gattoni, President, Consortium BioGas 
Dante Natali, President, Federmetano
Paolo Vettori, President, Assogasmetano

Second Session
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) for vehicles: from european best practices to the start of the Italian Suppy Chain

Thursday, November 13th – Paris Room, Mezzanino Floor, 2 p.m. – 6.30 p.m.

LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) for vehicles has started to spread in Italy as well.
By the end of April 2014 has been inaugurated in Piacenza the first LNG station in Italy. In the next four years new stations will be installed in the main transport hubs.
The main vehicles makers are already investing in this area and today several green vehicles (both mono and dual fuel) are already available.
Iveco, a division of Fiat Group, has launched on the european market the new Stralis LNG, a long and medium haul lorry.
The Italian Governament is supporting considerably this market by building stations and storage centres.
In order to foster and consolidate this new supply chain the Italian Governament, is taking intiatives for the realization of the storage centers and gas station throughout the country. The goal is to reduce the inviromental impact of diesel engines and reduce maintenance costs.
For this reasons, the italian Ministry of Economic Development is already working on a the National Startegic Plan whose aim is to foster the usage of LNG in Italy.

Chairman: Andrea Molocchi, Ecba Project

Speech by:
Vincenzo Zezza, Directorate-General for industrial policy, competitiveness and SMEs, Industrial Policy Division automotive, transportation, shipbuilding, electrical and optical products , Ministry of Economic Development
Rita Caroselli, General Director, Assogasliquidi
Mariarosa Baroni, President, NGV Italy 
Fred Schouten, CEO, Rolande LNG B.V. e IVECO Schoeten
Peter Hendrickx, Operational Manager, Rolande LNG B.V.
Mario Ambrogi, CEO, LC3
Federico Giovanetti, Iveco Medium & Heavy Trucks, Alternative Fuels Product Management, CNH Industrial
Matthias Maedge, Deputy Secretary General & Director EU Affairs, NGVA Europe
Mauro Chiotasso, Project Coordinator Network LNG Italy Freight, UIR (Unione Interporti Riuniti)
Giovanni Lorenzo Forceri, President, Port Authority of La Spezia
Renzo Provedel, President, SOS-Logistica
Paolo Mora, Deputy Director Trade, Distribution Networks and Consumer Protection, Lombardy Region
Piero Onofri, European Community Relations, ANITA
Gilberto Dialuce*, DG and Coordinator of the table for LNG Plan, Ministry of Economic Development

*to be confirmed


Friday, November 14th – Dublin Room 9.30 a.m. – 1.15 p.m and 2.15 p.m. -4 p.m.

Private vehicles have high costs in terms of mainteinance, insurance and fuels and as a consequence the use of public transport and the tendence to make the mobility Smaret in increasing at high rate. In many countries as well as in Italy (expecialy in Milan and Rome) there are several operators that promote the idea of “shared mobility”
A recent study carried out by Deloitte-Aniasa confirms that the trend of sharing vehicles is increasing rapidly

As confirmed by a study Deloitte-Aniasa the service of “car sharing” is on the rise as a good alternative to the private vehicle in times of crisis, both for companies and for individuals. The new generations are three times more interested into services than just to “car” as a product” and show maximum openness to transport models alternative to the possession of the means (deemed too expensive), especially if reliable and manageable through new technologies.


• Car Sharing: affordability, flexibility and ease of access
• Other systems “shared” mobility: car pooling, car rental, etc
• Best practices in European and Italian countries/cities

Chairman: Gianluca Baldini, Collaborator, Il Venerdi di Repubblica, Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso

Speech by:
Giovanna Rossi, Directorate-General for Sustainable Development, Climate and Energy, Ministry of Environment
Pietro Teofilatto, Director Fund Long Term Rental, ANIASA
Fabio Era, Senior Researcher, Public Affairs Division, Ipsos
Marco Mastretta, ICS – Car Sharing Initiative
Antonio Maria Igor Cosma, Project Manager, Project SMOB
Marco Cordeddu, Managing Director, Car City Club
Marco Girelli, Direttore Sales & Marketing, Alphabet
Alessandro Brancati, Project Manager, City Free Project
Mario Cuollo Conforti, Founder and CEO, Be Smart
Giambattista Pignataro, Project Manager, NMU, City Roaming (Ci.Ro)
Alessandro Salvi, Implementing Party, S2Move
Salvatore Di Dio, Presidente, PUSH – Project Manager, TrafficO2
Ermete Realacci, President of Enviromental Board, Chamber of Deputies
Andrea Baio, Vicepresidente Mobilita Palermo, responsabile relazioni esterne e pianificazione, Muovity
Antonio Maria Igor Cosma, Project Manager, Progetto SMOB
Gerard Albertengo, Founder and CEO, Bringme
Cristiano May, Co-founder CleaNap – Project Manager, Bike Sharing Napoli


Thursday, November 13th – Dublin Room 2 p.m – 3.40 p.m.

Today the Telematics Insurance market represents millions drivers, and there are new trials taking place in all four corners of the world. Telematics is changing the motor insurance sector in ways and at a speed that were never predicted.
Telematics and UBI (Usage-based insurance) have entered its second phase of rapid growth. It is now a more mature market where trials are expected to yield positive results, and demonstrate profitable models based on sound data mining, proven driver behaviour analysis and effective risk pricing.


• Which factors are crucial to the success of future usage based insurance (UBI) products across Europe when telecoms companies engage in talks with insurers
• The technology trends and the ways to assess, compare and choose technology solutions
• The opportunities for car manufacturers and wireless operators and the future impact of the smartphone as a UBI device
• Insurers and lease companies…what is in it for them? How are they utilising the data from the connected car to bring benefits to their consumers and profit streams?
• Key services in the insurance telematics market currently focus on driver behaviour, security and safety, but have they really helped to reduce insurer’s loss ratios by a significant amount?

Chairman: Agostino Fornaroli, Senior Consultant Transportation, European Certification Board of Logistics

Speech by:
Rossella Sebastiani, Executive Car Service Privacy Office – Head Office Car, Distribution and Consumer, ANIA
Sergio Tusa, Associate partner, PTOLEMUS Consulting Group
Giuseppe Lemessi, Automotive Telematics Services Manager, Octo Telematics
Massimo Bertagna, Product Manager BU Insurance, Viasat
Bernhard Scherer, Director Sales Italy, PTV

II Edition

Designed in Green has born in 2013 with the purpose to disseminate the sustainable transportation culture, integrating ethical aspects with technical ones.
The event is a debate platform where design and engineering companies, mobility and sustainability operators talk about their experiences, share studies and research and keep up to date; where young designers are able to illustrate their talents and interact with senior collegues; where companies and research centers committed to materials for the sustainable transportation sector are able to present their products and results to a well focused target.

How to design and fabricate a better car ?
Thursday 13th November, Atene Room, h. 9.30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

The industrial design, including the one applied to cars, is a method to achieve a goal, a product, in the most elegant and feasible way, to satisfy needs and solving problems. Over the decades, the “aims”, the “for” of design have grown and differentiated: sustainability is one of the last come. The conference session will cover a number of the “for” that are considered during the design and engineering of a car, in dependance of the ends that designers and automotive industries target.. A car has to be safe, has to protect who drive, other passengers and pedestrians. Must be simple to use, for not absorbing too much the driver attention in managing operations of its many functions. Must also be simple to maintain, in its essential parts. For some, sustainability is a primary goal, for other, achieving extreme performances ha s the same overarching meaning. Finally, automotive design is one of the jewels of Made in Italy, with a distinctive flavour, so one of the “design for” covered by the conference will be the different ways the Italian “carrozzieri”, both historic firms and new players, imprint their design practice with a distintive brad identity. The session will look at all these “for” with the participation of designers and experts, giving the opportunity to speak to companies capable of providing the services and design capabilities and methodologies that transform needs into products.


• Design for (Methodologies)….
• …Driver Interaction
• Disassemby and Recycling, what operators wish from designers and carmakers
• …Serviceability
• …Extreme Performance
• …Safety
• …Italian Style & Brand Identity
• … Uniqueness
• Case Studies:
• European Regulations and case studies of excellence

Chairman: Roberto Sposini ,Editor-in-chief, Gente Motori

Methodologies of Automotive Design
Paolo Massai, Professor of Vehicle engineering, Politecnico di Torino

A better Driver Interaction
Renault NEXT-Two is the car future?
Luciano Bove, R&D Design Manager, Renault

Disassemby and Recycling, what operators wish from designers and carmakers
Anselmo Calò, Chairman, Confindustria-Unire

Time-to-market: tools and techniques to cut definition time of the car product
Italo Moriggi, Founder, Skorpion Engineering


Case Studies:
o European Regulations and case studies of excellence
Alessio De Marchi, Italy representative, COBALT
o Future Vision for a Sustainable Car
Research of IUAV University, Venice – Carlo Gaino, Scientific lead

Roundtable: how to armonize the amelioration requests
Panel discussion moderated by Enrico Leonardo Fagone, architect and author

Designed in Green Contest
Thursday 13th November, Atene Room, h. 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Presentations of the ten finalists
Proclamation of the three winning projects
Awards proclamation and congratulation

The contest award proclamation will be broadcasted in live streaming on the web

Conducts the ceremony the President of the Jury Designed in Green
Matteo Fioravanti, Design & Engineering Director, Fioravanti

Materials for a sustainable car
Friday 14th Novebmer, Varsavia Room, Mezzanino Floor, h.10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The session will be structured in two parts: a conference where experts – professionals and companies – will present the scenario, studies and case histories about the topic, more and more at the center of attention when it comes to design the new “green” cars. The conference will be followed by a workshop open to students and professionals after registration, coached by two coordinators from leading design schools. Some of environmentally sustainable materials, which are characterized by innovation and composition, will be shown and tested. The focus will be primarily on what that can be “potentially” used for the interiors of the vehicle. Materials will be available to the participants which, in groups, will exercise on developing a concept for the interiors of a sustainable car.


• Structural Materials for Sustainability
• Durable Bioplastics from Vegetables and Waste
• Innovative and Natural Materials
• Total Vision for a Sustainable Car
• Case Studies

Chairman: Marco Comelli, Principal consultant, Studio Comelli

Durable Bioplastics from Vegetables and Waste for Automotive Applications
Erin Simon, Manager, Packaging and Material Science, WWF and Coordinator, Bioplastics Feedstock Alliance

Sustainable Structural Materials for Automotive Applications
Giorgio Stirano, founder, Albatech

Innovative and Natural Materials for Automotive Interior Design
Marco Capellini, CEO, Matrec

Workshop – from 14 to 17.30
reserved to IAAD Transportation Design students

The Workshop will be coached by Marco Capellini with Luciano Bove

Some of environmentally sustainable materials, which are characterized by innovation and composition, will be shown and tested. The focus will be primarily on what that can be “potentially” used for the interiors of the vehicle. Materials will be available to the participants which, in groups, will exercise on developing a concept for the interiors of a sustainable car.

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By “Centro Estero per l’internazionalizzazione”
rganized with “Unioncamere Piemonte”

Thursday 13th november – Lisbon Room, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

The South Mediterranean represents a priority area not only for the development and enforcement of EU policy and economic strategies, but also for the promising cooperation opportunities offered in a number of sectors. Transport and infrastructure are key drivers for both growth and competitiveness of the South-ENI countries within the global trading system. The region’s proximity to key markets, continued population growth and economic development make modern, efficient and well-planned transport and infrastructure crucial for the region’s future.
Co-ordinated by ANIMA Investment network with a partnership of over 70 specialized European and South-ENI business support organizations, EUROMED Invest is the new project co-financed by the European Commission aiming to encourage business cooperation opportunities and partnerships between Europe and South Mediterranean area.
First date EUROMED Invest in Torino is Smart Mobility World, with the workshop “Doing business with South-Mediterranean area”, a unique opportunity to meet market experts, business and institutional representantives organized by Centro Estero per l’Internazionalizzazione in collaboration with Unioncamere Piemonte.


Registration of participants

Opening session

EUROMED Invest: a new challenge to strengthen EU-South-ENI cooperation in 5 target sectors: transport & logistics, environment &  nergy, agro-industry, tourism, creative industries
Speaker: Representatve of ANIMA Investment Network

Highlights and presentations of the business perspectives and cooperation opportunities in South Mediterranean countries. Focus Algeria, Tunisia, Egitto, Israele.
Speakers: Representatives of Development & promotion Agencies, Business Support Organizations, Technology Centres

Questions & Answers
Closing session

At the end of the plenary session, the speakers will be available for individual meetings taking place at the Med Pavillon located in the Sponsor area.

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In partnership with the Municipality of Turin

First session
Friday, November 14th – Copenhagen Room 2.00 p.m. – 6.00 p.m.

A Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan contributes a lot to achieve European climate and energy targets. For these reasons the PUMAS Projects are promoted by the European Commision through an Action Plan for Urban Mobility (2009) and the White Paper on Transports (2011). The main goal is to face challenges related to city transport in a sustainable way. In light of these considerations the PUMAS Projects will carry on being fundamental for the European Commission
caratteristiche che fanno prevedere una permanenza stabile e duratura dei PUMS sull’agenda politica della Commissione europea e degli stati membri.

Chairman: Roberto Bertasio, Director mobility division, City of Turin

Openings Remarks
Cesare Paonessa, Director, Urban Mobility Agency Turin
Donatella Mosso, Director, Turin Smart cities Foundation
Giuseppe Mella, Coordinator, PUMAS Project – Alpine Space
Pier Paolo Pentucci, Coordinator, PUMAS Project – Alpine Space

Guide-Line SUMP: European Platform SUMP
Patrizia Malgieri, Head of Transport Planning, TRT Trasporti e Territorio

Planning tools, the OPTICITIES approach
Marina Dragonieri, expert of transport and sustainable mobility, CSI Piedmont

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