The economies of scale sought by the maritime industry have led to sharp increases of ship size and industry consolidation, resulting in port concentration and cargo peaks. This has consequences for all actors of the hinterland transport chain who face both the negative effects of bottleneck sand the costs to overcome them. The 2014-2016 term of the Global Agenda Council on Infrastructure seeks to define and launch an infrastructure knowledge platform with the goal of having a tangible impact on the short to mid-term in the infrastructure space. With port development in place to meet this demand, new projects are being announced creating exceptional maritime business opportunities as ports strive to deliver world class service, facilities and efficiencies.
How will pop up and short-term stores be incorporated into leasing models whilst still being sustainable? To what extent should major stakeholders be investing into omnichannel marketing and pioneering show and webrooming trends in order to raise business? How best can malls rebrand, redevelop and reuse existing property whilst incorporating technology, satisfying retailers and including the local community?
Join us at the 7th Annual Shopping Malls bringing owners, retailers, developers, contractors and architects together to embrace and collaborate in the rapidly changing customer environment. Expect international keynotes, owner and retailer panel discussions, in depth interviews, social media briefings and one on one meeting’s, geared towards making this a fundamental must attend in your event calendar.
The new Industrial Revolution will rejuvenate the stagnant industry of industrial estate while attracting investors for its renewed demand due to e-commerce and logistics operation. Abandoned and existing warehouses lie on valuable lands waiting to be resurrected with modern infrastructure.
Urban Distribution Hub is the platform for distribution hubs to meet the growth of e-commerce and logistics operation. Optimise this two days summit through shared winning case studies and world-class presentations in a room of industrial key players, developers, asset management companies, warehousing & logistics companies, industrial & property consultants and retail & e commerce companies.
2nd Annual Road Traffic Management conference, to discuss on alleviating traffic congestion with key emphasis on future directions and challenges for connected and autonomous vehicles, smart cities, big data for transportation and mobility as service advancement amongst other imperative issues. Drawing in experts from the traffic industry to connect with the governments, policy makers, enforcement authorities and infrastructure developers, the conference will facilitate an exchange of stimulating ideas and feature series of exclusive case studies on various smart traffic and transport management initiatives around the world.
In today’s challenging economic environment, the global parking management market is being driven by the increasing number of vehicle ownerships and growing scarcity of parking spaces. Parking operators are thriving for efficient and smart parking operations while providing convenient parking procedures to their customers. The global parking management market size was valued at USD 3,980.2 million in 2015. An increase in the number of vehicles across the world is impelling the demand for an effective system to counter the parking concerns. Hence, it is more important than ever for parking systems to be as efficient, effective, and responsive as possible.
The future is being built today, and Johnson Controls International Plc. is making that future more productive, more secure and more sustainable. We create intelligent buildings, efficient energy solutions, integrated infrastructure and next generation transportation systems that work seamlessly together to deliver on the promise of smart cities and communities. At its core, that promise is about delivering innovation that make people’s lives – and the world – better.
Johnson Controls International Plc. is a global diversified technology and multi industrial leader serving a wide range of customers in more than 150 countries. Their commitment to sustainability dates back to their roots in 1885, with the invention of the first electric room thermostat. They are committed to helping their customers to win and creating greater value for all of their stakeholders through strategic focus on their buildings and energy growth platforms.
The Enterprise 50 (E50) Awards, first established in 1995, recognises local, privately-owned companieswho have contributed to economic development in Singapore and abroad. It is jointly organised by The Business Times and KPMG, and supported by the International Enterprise Singapore, Singapore Business Federation and SPRING Singapore. The E50 Awards is sponsored by OCBC Bank. The E50 Awards seeks to recognise the 50 most enterprising privately-owned local companies in Singapore. The ranking of the top 50 companies was primarily based on a set of qualitative factors such as business model, productivity and innovation, management ideals and governance, knowledge initiatives, market branding and presence, and liquidity and risk management. In addition, a set of quantitative performance indicators over a three-year period was also taken into consideration in ranking the companies.
Event Summary: This conference will cover technology of underground space and tunneling and the corresponding protection measures to put forward to provide guidelines for engineering practice for the infrastructure sector in cities. This conference will cover technology of underground space and tunneling and the corresponding protection measures to put forward and provide guidelines for engineering practice.
Stream One: Underground Space Design & Development
This stream will highlight about Urban underground space potential that could contribute significantly to the sustainable and resilient development of cities. Despite this, the importance of the ground beneath cities is still under-recognised and often overlooked, this stream will further focus on Planning and design aspects of urban Underground Space which would mainly cover non-Tunneling aspects, Sustainable growth of cities and the livability of urban population in new underground spaces.