NaviForum Shanghai / ITS Shanghai 2010 Agenda (Draft)
Sept 1
A.M.
(10:00-12:30)
Chair: Wenjing Miao, Information Office Director, Science & Technology Commission of Shanghai Municipality

10:00-10:05

Address by Xianwu Yang, Deputy Secretary-General, Department of High and New Technology Development and Industrialization, Ministry of Science and Technology, P.R.C.

10:05-10:10

Address by Chengqi Ran, Director of China Second-Generation Satellite Navigation System Project Management Office

10:10-10:15

Address by Leader from Science & Technology Commission of Shanghai Municipality

Chair: Guifei Jing, Deputy Director of National Remote Sensing Center of China

10:15-10:45

Department of High and New Technology Development and Industrialization, Ministry of Science and Technology, P.R.C.: Keynote Speech

10:45-11:15

Chengqi Ran, Director of China Second-Generation Satellite Navigation System Project Management Office: Keynote Speech

11:15-11:45

Science & Technology Commission of Shanghai Municipality: Keynote Speech

11:45-11:55

Wenxian Yu, Chairman, Shanghai Technology Innovation Strategic Alliance for Satellite and Positioning Industry: Promoting the Development of Navigation & Positioning Industry based on Alliance

11:55-12:05

Jeff Auerbach, Advisor on GNSS Affairs, Office of Space and Advanced Technology, U.S. Department of State: U.S. International GNSS Cooperation

12:05-12:25

Anthony Russo, Director of the U.S. National Coordination Office for Space-Based Positioning, Navigation, and Timing: GPS Constellation, Modernization Plans and Policy

Sept 1
P.M.
(14:00-18:00)
Chair: Qixin Shi, Director of China Technology Committee of Intelligent Transportation Systems, China Communications and Transportation Association

14:00-14:20

Guifei Jing, Deputy Director of National Remote Sensing Center of China: Requirements on Services and Performance of Satellite Navigation System

14:20-14:40

Qi Yang, Deputy Director of National ITS Center, China: ITS in China: 2001-2010 and Future

 

 

14:40-15:40

Panel 1: BeiDou (COMPASS) Navigation Satellite System / Moderator: Chong Cao, Director of BeiDou Civil Application Market and Industrialization Expert Commission

 

1) What policies will the Chinese government make to promote the civil use of the COMPASS system? Will COMPASS system, Galileo system, and the U.S. GPS system, etc. have synchronous development in China in the future?

 

2) When will the civil market for Chinese COMPASS system emerge and have booming development? What are the problems and difficulties over this process?

 

3) Compared with Galileo system and the U.S. GPS system, what are the advantages of Chinese COMPASS system? Will it be also widely used in other countries all over the world?

 

4) When will the Chinese government issue the Compass Interface Control Document? How will GNSS companies develop business in China based on that?

 

China Second-Generation Satellite Navigation System Project Management Office

 

Beijing BDStar Navigation Co., Ltd.

 

Xinping Guo, President of Beijing Unistrong Science & Technology Co., Ltd.

 

Hongwei Yu, Deputy General Manager of Shanghai GALILEO Industries Ltd.

 

Yanping Zhao, Chairman of Shanghai HuaCe Navigation Ltd.

15:40-16:00

Coffee Break

16:00-16:20

Dr. Chengming Li, Director of Institute of Cartography and Geographic Information System, Chinese Academy of Surveying and Mapping: Geographic Information System and Intelligent Transport System

16:20-16:50

Congwu Cheng, CEO of AutoNavi Software Co., Ltd.: China COMPASS Navigation Era Accelerating the Fast Evolution of Digital Navigation Map & LBS Industry

16:50-17:15

Ming Jing, Managing Director, Business Unit Infotainment & Connectivity China, Continental Asia Headquarters: Enhancing the Driving Experience with Connected Navigation

 

 

17:15-18:00

Panel 2: Digital Navigation Map Industry in China / Moderator: Dr. Chengming Li, Director of Institute of Cartography and Geographic Information System, Chinese Academy of Surveying and Mapping

 

1) What's the current status of the database quality and update frequency for China's digital navigation map industry? How's the development of map incremental update and 3D navigation map?

 

2) Will map piracy be effectively solved? As the competition among Chinese map providers is the fiercest in the world, will map price tend to be stable in the future?

 

3) What's the profit status of Chinese map providers? Will M&A among the map providers be inevitable for further development of the industry?

 

4) How will Google, Microsoft, and Nokia's strategic investment in navigation affect China's digital navigation map industry?

 

Jun Xiao, Vice President of AutoNavi Softoware Co., Ltd.

 

Ling He, Deputy General Manager of Navinfo Co., Ltd.

 

Kailing Zhang, Map Marketing Director, ShenZhen Careland Information System Co., Ltd.

 

Ying Li, Deputy General Manger of Beijing Chang Di Wan Fang Tech. Co., Ltd.

 

Dr. Zhanqiang Zhai, Executive Deputy General Manger and Technical Director, Beijing Cityonmap Information Technologies Co., Ltd.

 

Zhigang Wang, President of Emapgo Technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd.

 

Fanggui Lei, President of Beijing Lingtu Software Co., Ltd.

   
Sept 2
A.M.
(9:15-12:30)
Chair: Wenxian Yu, Chairman, Shanghai Technology Innovation Strategic Alliance for Satellite and Positioning Industry

9:15-9:35

Chong Cao, Director of BeiDou Civil Application Market and Industrialization Expert Commission: Development of the Satellite Navigation Industry and Strategic Emerging Industries in China

9:35-9:55

Jeff Shen, Board Chaiman and General Manager of Flaircomm Technologies Inc.: Overview of Telematics Applications and Solutions

9:55-10:15

Chao Zhang, General Manager of Beijing Xing Tian Di Information & Technology Co., Ltd.: The application of Aerial Remote Sensing Technology & 3D Geographic Information System in China

10:15-10:35

Coffee Break

10:35-12:30

Panel 3: Driving Force for GNSS Development in North America / Moderator: Glen Gibbons, Editor & Publisher of Inside GNSS

 

1) What role does the U.S. government play in the GNSS industry? What policies have been made to promote the industry development?

 

2) What's the major force to drive the GNSS industry development? What roles do telecom operators and other stakeholders play?

 

3) Are there any difficulties during the implementation of E911 service? What will China learn from the U.S. experience?

 

Kanwar Chadha, Chief Marketing Officer, CSR

 

Dr. Cormac Conroy, Vice President of Engineering, Qualcomm 

 

Mike Shaw, Director of Navigation Systems Global Business Development, Lockheed Martin Corporation

 

Dominique Bonte, Practice Director for Telematics and Navigation, ABI Research

Sept 2
P.M.
(14:00-18:00)
Chair: Wenxian Yu, Chairman, Shanghai Technology Innovation Strategic Alliance for Satellite and Positioning Industry

14:00-14:20

Hongwei Yu, Deputy General Manager of Shanghai GALILEO Industries Ltd.: Keynote Speech

14:20-14:40

Xinping Guo, President of Beijing Unistrong Science & Technology Co., Ltd.: Keynote Speech

14:40-15:00

Dr. Guotong Li, Researcher of Shanghai Engineering Center for Microsatellites: Technology and Application for High-Sensitivity Multi-Mode Receiver Chipset

15:00-15:20

Dr. Bulu Xu, General Manager, Shanghai Silicon Intellectual Property Exchange Co., Ltd.: BD/GPS Application at Shanghai EXPO in Monitoring Performance of New-Energe Vehicles & Related Implications

15:20-15:40

Peter Zhou, Secretary General of Telematics@China Organizing Committee: Core Driving Force for Telematics in 2016 - China vs. Europe, U.S., Japan, Korea

15:40-16:00

Coffee Break

16:00-16:20

Cheng He, Deputy Director of Shanghai Municipal Traffic Information Center: Keynote Speech

16:20-16:40

Ralf Willenbrock, Head of Traffic Management, T-Systems P.R.China Ltd.: "Pay-as-you-Pollute" Live from Shanghai - Online-Demo to support “Low Carbon EXPO 2010”

 

 

16:40-17:40

Panel 4: Real-Time Traffic Information Service / Moderator: Qixin Shi, Director of China Technology Committee of Intelligent Transportation Systems, China Communications and Transportation Association

 

1) What's the coverage and use condition of real-time traffic information services in China? What's the most popular service channel and terminal - radio, Internet, in-car terminal, or mobile phone?

 

2) How about users' feedback on the use of real-time traffic? Are they willing to pay? Is there any mature and effective business model to promote the fast development of this industry?

 

3) What's the difference between the real-time traffic information services in China and those in other countries? What will China learn from them?

 

Haijun Tao, General Manager of CenNavi Technologies Co., Ltd.

 

Gang Li, General Manager of Beijing PalmCity Science and Technology Co., Ltd.

 

Weiyi Qiu,Vice President of Shanghai Meihui Software Co.,Ltd.

 

Chuanjiu Wang, Managing Director, RealTraffic Info-Tech Co., Ltd.