Cities Willing To Make Bold Moves In Advancing And Diversifying Their Urban Transport Systems Will Lead The Race Toward Sustainable Mobility.
Technology-led disruption and service-led innovation are changing the concept of mobility in smart cities. In response, stakeholders are redefining their technology roadmaps and business strategies.
David Goh, General Manager of Daimler Mobility, APAC
David is responsible for the launch and business development of mobility portfolios in the region of Africa, Asia Pacific and Middle East. He is deeply passionate about how smart mobility can improve the lives of people in cities.
His previous positions in Daimler include innovation lead, corporate venture and digital transformation across geographies in Africa, Middle East, Asia Pacific and United States. Prior that, David had regional experiences in startups and management consulting.
Kaneshwaran Govindasamy, 5G Strategist, has 23 years’ experience in the Telecommunications field in Key Account Management, Business Development & Commercial Management in Vendor & ICT Consulting Environment for Telco Operators in Asia, Enterprise market & Government agencies including MINDEF. Areas of expertise include 5G, IoT, Analytics, Cyber Security, Cloud, OSS/BSS, Power BI, LTE, Core Networks, Transmission & Transport Networks, Radio Microwave & Radio Base Stations. Kanesh forte is being in leading company, Ericsson Malaysia for 12 years in Key Account Management role.
Tim Wong, founder of Tryke, is a mechanical engineer by education and profession, spent 6 years in the US before returning to Malaysia. As an adept problem solver, he constantly uses first hand experiences to explore new solutions and business models. His first venture was a meal-sharing platform that was aimed at building and maintaining strong communities in today’s nomadic world through food. He has since moved to the fast growing micro-mobility industry where he started Malaysia’s first and largest eScooter sharing company which he still runs today.