Alongside the Busworld Southeast Asia exhibition a 2-day conference is scheduled. Day 1 puts the focus on 'How to restore ridership post-pandemic?', while day 2 brings valuable insights on the 'Implementation of zero emission buses in Southeast Asia'. This year's conference is organized by Busworld Foundation together with Frost & Sullivan, ITDP (Institute for Transportation and Development Policy) and MTI (Indonesia Transportation Society).
Day 1 - 5 OCT
We kick off with a classic in the Busworld knowledge program where an update on the status of the Southeast Asian bus & coach market will be brought, followed by a debate between the various bus & coach manufacturers present at the exhibition.
After the lunch break we go deeper into why bus is a better option to improve public transport. Among the speakers Mr. Suharto, Director of Road Transport at the Ministry of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia will share his views on bus Indonesian cities.
We'll conclude the day with a session on 'Health protocols in buses' including an overview of air ventilation & air purification systems that are applicable in your buses today.
Day 2 - 6 OCT
Focusing on the hottest topic in many regions around the world, day 2 starts with an animated panel discussion on the implementation of electric buses in cities in the Southeast Asian region. Cities, operators and government institutions will take the word.
In the afternoon we're going to take a look at why bus electrification should be the priority and what the plans are for Indonesia specifically.
The conference will be closed with a topic that cannot be underestimated: Financing strategies for procurement of zero emission buses.
Check out the detailed program through the link below, or get registered now as an attendee. Registration is free of charge!