With the unprecedented supply chain disruptions caused by a pandemic and war, our supply chains face new realities and challenges to do things differently.  Can we leverage the promise of connected and autonomous vehicles for Automated Freight to overcome supply chain problems, and how?  Will Automated Freight be the first of the Automated Transportation sub-segments to roll out at scale by addressing this real-world problem, paving the way for later Passenger Autonomous Transportation adoption?

Join us to learn about Canadian and global initiatives in Automated Freight transportation and why and how we can progress with it to move cargo to and from our ports, city to city, and the last mile.  Hear industry and government speakers' presentations and a panel discussion on actualizing Automated Freight's full potential and benefits for Canada.  This is also your opportunity to ask questions and offer input toward solutions.

Don’t miss it – register now:  https://bit.ly/3PMbWSR 

The webinar link will be provided to registered participants before the event.

WHEN:
     Date:     Wednesday, October 5, 2022
     Time:    13:00 - 14:30 ET

AGENDA:

Keynote
Transport Canada (invited)

Canadian Activities – Presentations and Q&A
     Walter Knitl,  Board Member at AIoT Canada, CEO at Praxiem
     Bob Armstrong,  President at CILTNA
     Canada Post (invited)

International Activities – Presentations and Q&A
     UK: Mark Cracknell,  Programme Director – CAM at Zenzic
     US: David Schaller,  Director Industry Engagement at North American Council for Freight Efficiency

Panel Discussion:  Next Steps for Canadian Automated Freight Advancement
     Amanda Mesluk,  Innovation and Research Manager at Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA)
     Barrie Kirk,  CEO at CAVCOE
     Bob Armstrong,  President at The Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport in North America (CILTNA)
     Janneke van der Zee,  Managing Director at Intelligent Transportation Systems Canada
     Ray Barton,  CEO at Vitesse Re-Skilling Canada
     Walter Knitl,  Board Member at AIoT Canada, CEO at Praxiem

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