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19. until 20. November 2019
On 19 and 20 November 2019, the industry will meet at the Futures Congress Commercial Vehicles in Berlin - organized by DEKRA in cooperation with ETM Verlag and in the specialist magazines lastauto omnibus, trans aktuell and TeleTraffic.
The event organized by DEKRA and ETM Verlag in 2019 has the motto: "Zero Emissions - Zero Accidents - 100% Efficiency". To offer the widest possible range, the event is based on two thematic pillars: technology and telematics.
The topics at a glance:
Engineers, fleet operators, freight forwarders, works transport, municipal enterprises, decision-makers in the commercial vehicle and supplier industry, representatives of science, research and teaching.
Further information about the program, speakers etc. can be found at www.zukunftskongress-nutzfahrzeuge.de/en
TUESDAY, 19 November 2019
08.00: Admission, Registration and Opening of Exhibition
09.00: Opening Speech Jann Fehlauer, CEO DEKRA Automobil GmbH
09.10: Greeting Oliver Trost, CEO, ETM Verlag
09.20: Keynote: Megatrends in the commercial vehicle segment, Dr. Kurt-Christian Scheel, CEO Automotive Industry Association (VDA)
09.30: Keynote: Appropriate adjustments adapting the regulatory framework for future road transport (requested)
09.40: Presentation of the European Commercial Vehicle Safety Award by DEKRA, DVR and EVU by accident analysist Jörg Ahlgrimm
10.30: discussion break with visit to exhibition
Commercial Vehicle Technology: Commercial Vehicle Security (Session A)
11.00: Legislative Initiative turn-off assistant, BMVI (requested)
11.20: Refitting turn-off assistants with ABE, (requested)
11.40: The new Mercedes Actros – the SafetyTruck, Daimler (requested)
12.00: How assistance systems can be even more effective, Continental
Telematics: From behind – Trailer telematics (Session H)
11.00: Trends and Obstacles, Carsten Nallinger and Ralf Johanning, ETM Verlag
11.20: N.N., Marco Reichwein, CEO, Cargobull Telematics
11.40: N.N., Ralf Faust, CEO, Krone
12.00: The journey to full digitization, Jens Zeller, Idem Telematics
12.20: Lunch, Visit Exhibition and Press Conference
13.40: Keynote: Electrification from a supplier’s perspective, Winfried Gründler, Senior Vice President, ZF Friedrichshafen
14:00: Keynote: Digitisation – Requirements and Reality, Prof. Heinz-Leo Dudek, Prorektor, Dean Faculty Technology, DHBW
Commercial Vehicle Technology: CO2- Reduction – regulatory framework (Session B)
14.20: On the way to Euro 7 – Role Model California, Dr. Felipe Rodríguez, Researcher, International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)
14.40: Vecto – Further steps towards development and progress regarding CO2 legislation of Commercial Vehicles, Artur Runge-Metzger, Director EU-Commission, DG Clima
15.00: Panel debate: who profits from CO2 limits by Thomas Fabian (Commercial Vehicles Director, ACEA), Stef Cornelis (Commercial Vehicles Director, T&E), IRU (requested) und Artur Runge-Metzger (Director, DG Clima); Presentation: Thomas Rosenberger, editor-in-chief lastauto omnibus
Telematics: Reaching the Platform (Session I)
14.20: N.N., Martin Krajczy, Head of Conizi, Fleetboard Logistics
14.40: N.N., RIO (requested)
15.00: N.N., Project 44 (requested)
15.20: N.N., Peter Jendras, CEO NIC-place
15.40: Discussion break and visit to exhibition
Commercial Vehicle Technology: CO2 Reduction – Natural Gas Drives (Session C)
16.10: Fuel Strategy: Introduction of Study Bio-LNG, Stefan Siegemund, Director Head of Division (temporary) Renewable Energies and Mobility, German Energy Agency, Dena
16.30: Introduction of the LNG Study – Development of the LNG-infrastructure for heavy duty-vehicles, Dr. Jörg Adolf chief economist, Shell Deutschland Oil
16.50: Comparison TCO of LNG and E Trucks, Stef Cornelis, Manager Clean Trucks, Transport & Environment (T&E)
17.10: Beyond CNG/LNG –Path to the fuel cell as energy source for heavy duty-trucks, Iveco (requested)
Telematics: How to upgrade Commercial Vehicles for the Future (Session J)
16.10 Digitalisation instead of tracking, Wolfgang Schmid, Sales Manager, TomTom Telematics
16.30 N.N., Transics (requested)
16.50 N.N., Uwe Tonne, CEO, Couplink (requested)
17.10 N.N., Thomas Brabender, CEO, Brabender (requested)
17.30 Farewell Day 1
19.30 RECEPTION EVENING EVENT, GREETING, AWARD CEREMONY GERMAN TELEMATICS AWARD, DINNER
Wednesday, 20 November 2019
08.00 Admission, Registration and Opening of the Exhibition
08.50 Greeting Oliver Trost, CEO, ETM Verlag
09.00 Keynote: How to Connect Cultures within a Company (requested)
09.20 Keynote: E Mobility, Automated Driving, Lightweight Design, Andreas Wimmer, Vice President, Knorr-Bremse
09.40 Keynote (requested)
10.00 Discussion break with visit exhibition
Commercial Vehicle Technology: CO2 Reduction – E Mobility (Session D)
10.30 Fuel Cell Trucks for Food Distribution, Hyundai (requested)
10.50 CO2 Reduction potential for Trailer, Tobias Töpfer, responsible for test drive, IAV/DEKRA
11.10 Batteries for E trucks – Evaluating Technological Strategies for commercial vehicles, Sven Schulz, CEO, Akasol
11.30 Sustainable Transport Solutions, Stefan Ziegert, Produkt Manager Alternative Transport Solutions, Scania and Matthias Strehl, CEO, Meyer Logistik
11.50 Panel Debate: Expectations towards E Mobility with the example of MB eActros and eTGS with Martin Zeilinger (Head of Advanced Development Commercial Vehicles, Daimler), MAN as well as different pilot customers
Telematics: Start-up’s Inspirations (Session K)
10.30: Start-up Challenges from Asia, Max-Alexander Borreck, Principal Transport & Logistics, Oliver Wyman
10.50: Beyond Telematics, Christian Krüger, CEO, Catkin
11.10: Truck Parking App – Safe Parking, Tim Baumeister, Business Development, R+V Lab
11.30: The digital Dispatcher, Gerhard Hänel, CEO, Impargo
11.50: Panel Debate: Logistics goes online – Chances and Risks, Felix Wiegand, CEO, Pamyra
Commercial Vehicle Technology: CO2 Reduction – E Mobility (Session E)
12.10: WHR – Hybridization of the diesel engine, Hannes Marlok, Project Manager, Mahle
12.30: E Mobility & CO2-free cooling distribution logistics, Roland Klement, Board of Development Schmitz Cargobull
12.50: Facts, Insights and Perspectives of Electric City Transport, Hans-Werner Kopplow and Josha Kneiber, Development Manager and Business Development E-Mobility, BPW
Telematics: The Easy Way to Cargo Tracking (Session L)
12.10: N.N., Telekom (requested)
12.30: N.N., Stefan Huber, Sales Manager Sigfox
12.50: N.N., Klaus Matthiesen, Sales Manager Germany, Semtech
13.10 Lunch and visit to exhibition
14.00: Out of the Box: Experience with E Busses (requested)
Commercial Vehicle Technology: CO2 Reduction – Conventional Drives (Session F)
14.20: Keynote Speech: New Sizes and Weights for heavy duty-trucks – Results from Revision 96/53, Frederik Rasmussen, Policy Officer, DG Move, EU Commission
14.40: Discussion: Which Challenges arise from the Revision of EC 96/53 with Frederik Rasmussen (Policy Officer, DG Move, EU Commission), James Nix (Director Freight T&E), Thomas Fabian (Commercial Vehicles Director ACEA), BMVI (requested)
Commercial Vehicle Technology: Commercial Vehicle Automation (Session G)
15:00: Keynote Speech: Necessary Amendments for Automated Driving, Prof. Dieter Müller, Police College of Saxony, Germany and IVV Bautzen
15:20: Dialogue: Construction of the 5G Infrastructure, Volker Noeske, CEO DEKRA Automobil, Telekom (requested)
15:40: Insights into Platooning; MAN, DB Schenker, HS Fresenius
16:00: Project center Automated Driving with Commercial Vehicles, Continental and Knorr-Bremse
The respective fee for the two-day conference covers participation at all lectures and podium discussions, catering during the event, conference documentation and participation at the evening event on Tuesday night, 19th November, 2019.
The participant agrees that any photographs taken at the event may be used on the website and in printed media of ETM Verlag.
Participation can be cancelled until 30th October 2019 free of charge. For cancellations until 15th November 2019 you receive a 50% refund. There are no refunds for later cancellations and for non-attendance. Your cancellation must be made in writing either by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or a fax to +49-711-78498-46.
Entry tickets can be transferred to other employees of your company, please don't forget to notify us accordingly.
We reserve the right to make changes to the program. Exclusive venue is Stuttgart.
Titanic Chaussee Berlin Chausseestraße 30, 10115 Berlin, Germany
Phone: +49-30-3116858-0 / Fax: +49-30-3116858-890
We have reserved a contingent of rooms for guests of the event. Please make your booking under the heading "Zukunftskongress Nutzfahrzeuge" six weeks preceding the congress.
Single room, Classic 149.00 € incl. breakfast
Double room Classic 179.00 € incl. breakfast
Rates above per night, breakfast, service and VAT incl. breakfast per guest and night.
Reservation: Phone: +49-30-3116858-880
Journey to Destination:
Take exit Wexstraße from A100, will take you to Martin-Luther-Straße across Schöneberger Ufer. Then you will reach the B96 across Potsdamer Platz and the tunnel Tiergarten to central station. Turn right into Invalidenstraße. After appr. 200m please turn right on Haabersathstraße.You will arrive at the Titanic Chaussee Berlin on your right.
Parking Fees: 3 €/ hour, from 5 hours onwards 2€/ hour and 18 €/ 24 hours
By Train (Berlin Central Station)
By using public transport you will only need 10 min. from central station. By taking tram-line M5 from Europaplatz direction Hohenschönhausen you will reach the stop Naturkundemuseum. Get off at this stop and turn left onto Chausseestraße. After a 3-min walk you see the hotel Titanic Chaussee Berlin.
By Plane (Berlin Airport Tegel)
Take bus no.128 in Osloer Straße direction, get off at Kurt-Schumacher Platz. Take metro U6 in Alt-Mariendorf direction, exit at stop Naturkundemuseum and turn to your left onto Chausseestraße ab. After a 3-min walk you see the Titanic Chaussee Berlin.
By Plane (Berlin Airport Schönefeld)
The regional train in Nauen direction stops at Friedrichstraße where you take metro U6 direction Alt-Tegel, exit at Naturkundemuseum. After a 3-min walk you see the Titanic Chaussee Berlin.