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LSCM Logistics Summit 2017 – “Logistics Robotics and Technologies for One belt One Road”

September 15 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm HKT

Fri, Sep 15, 2017 from 09:00 to 17:00
Grand Hall, Hong Kong Science Park, Shatin

Logistics Robotics and Technologies for Belt and Road Initiative

With the intention of promoting economic cooperation among the Eurasian countries, the Belt and Road Initiative has been designed to enhance the orderly free-flow of economic factors and the efficient allocation of resources. As such, timely and efficient transportation and movement of goods will be in enormous demand.

Robotics in Logistics will be undoubtedly a significant technology trend under envisioning of economic globalisation. In order to cope with future economic growth, Robotics Technology will have a profound and positive impact on the industry development.

The LSCM Logistics Summit 2017 is the Centre’s annual event and bringing together senior government officials, top-notch industry leaders, prominent researchers and academia representatives to share inspiring insights in the related topics. A series of innovative technologies, includingRobotics, Automated Warehouse and VR/AR, will be showcased at the Summit to demonstrate how these technologies can streamline the operational efficiency. Other programmes will include exhibitions from trade partners and networking sessions to build collaboration opportunities.

 

Agenda

   Welcome Remarks

Dr Sunny CHAI, Chairman of Board of Directors, LSCM R&D Centre

   Opening Remarks

Mr CHAN Fan, Frank, JP, Secretary for Transport and Housing,

The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

   Morning Keynote Speeches:

Senior Representative, Airport Authority Hong Kong

Mrs Jenny LAM, Chief Executive Officer, Cathay Pacific Services Ltd

Mr Albert SU, Chief Executive, Tung Wah Group of Hospitals

Mr Esmond Lee, Senior Advisor, Hong Kong Financial Services Development Council

   Networking Luncheon 

Sharing session: “Importance of Early Exposure on Coding for Technology Development”,

Ms Felicia Chua, Coding Garage in Singapore

   Afternoon Keynote Speeches:

   Mr Nurlan IGEMBAYEV, President, The Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport in Kazakhstan

 Ms Sandra TAM, Head of Airport Command, Customs and Excise Department

Mr Richard ATWAL, Chief Executive Officer, Renewit Solar Limited

   Panel Discussion: Logistics Technology Adoption

Moderator: Mr Simon WONG, Chief Executive Officer, LSCM R&D Centre

Panellists: Logistics Leaders in Hong Kong

*Programme rundown is subject to change without prior notice