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Annual symposium 2019 - How Smart Mobility Analytics are changing the Transport and Logistics Industry

Date, time & venue

2019-04-06;9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.;Wang Gungwu Lecture Theatre, Graduate House, The University of Hong Kong

Date, time & venue
2019- April - 06 : 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. : Wang Gungwu Lecture Theatre, Graduate House, The University of Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Logistics and Transportation Division

Annual symposium 2019

Saturday, April 06, 2019
9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (registration starts at 8:30 a.m.)

Venue:        Wang Gungwu Lecture Theatre, Graduate House, HKU

The Logistics and Transportation Division is organising the 2019 Annual Symposium under the theme of How Smart Mobility Analytics are changing the Transport and Logistics Industry’. 

 “Heavyweight speakers” from the respective professional arena and industry leaders will be present to give insights on the future development in this initiative. Some details are as follows:

Guest of Honour

The Honourable Mr. Michael LAW

Assistant Commissioner/Urban

Transport Department of HKSAR Government




Mr. Chris AU YOUNG
General Manager (Smart Airport),

Hong Kong Airport Authority;

Mr. Jens-Peter Brauner
Chief Executive Officer,

Siemens Mobility Ltd


Mr. Eric MS WONG
Chief Executive Officer,

Marina Container Lines Ltd

Mr. Alex LIU
General Manager Hong Kong,

Didi Chuxing.



Registration and Enquiries


The admission fees are: HKIE Corporate and Graduate Members – HKD100, Non-members – HKD 200 per person. Full time students and HKIE Student Members are free of charge, but need to register and get accepted. For registration, please complete and return the registration form to the Ir. Charles SO at Charles.so@aecom.com by Saturday, March 30, 2019. Details of the Symposium and registration process could be view at the LT Division Web-site as well. CPD certificate will be issued at the end of seminar.


In case of queries, please contact the Symposium Secretariat, Ir Dr. Patrick LEE at 9302 3542 or Ir Charles SO at 6345 3439.


Please here for details of Annual Symposium 2019.




Annual Symposium 2019

By Ir Carmen CHU


The Annual Symposium of the LT Division was held on 6 April 2019 at the University of Hong Kong. Under this year’s theme “How Smart Mobility Analytics are Changing the Transport and Logistics Industry?”, the symposium offered an interactive platform for professionals from the industry and representative from the government to share their experience and insights on the latest applications and development of smart mobility.


The symposium began with a welcoming speech by Ir Dr Stephen Lam, Chairman of the LT Division, followed by opening remarks by the Guest of Honour, Ir Michael Law, the Assistant Commissioner / Urban of the Transport Department, who shared the smart mobility initiatives of the government under the Hong Kong Smart City Blueprint. Four distinguished guest speakers from the industry, including Mr Chris Au Yeung from Airport Authority Hong Kong, Mr Jens-Peter Brauner from Siemens Mobility Limited Hong Kong, Mr Eric Wong from Marina Container Lines Ltd, and Mr Alex Liu from Didi Chuxing, delivered speeches on broad range of new technologies that are being adopted to enhance the mobility of people and goods in Hong Kong. Through dialogue amongst the speakers and the participants under a panel discussion session, all participants were engaged to build a collective understanding of how the industry and the government worked together towards smarter mobility for the future of Hong Kong.


Finally, Ir Dr Patrick Lee, Vice Chairman of the LT Division, delivered a closing address to conclude the symposium. 


Guest of Honour (8th from the left): Mr. Michael Law 

Speakers: Mr. Chris Au Yeung (4th from the left); Mr. Jens-Peter Brauner (5th  from the left); Mr. Eric Wong (9th from the left); and Mr. Alex Liu (10th from the left)




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