PROGRAMME

Wednesday, November 28 2018

Gallery Theatre, The National Museum of Singapore

0900 - 0930

Registration and coffee

MAIN STAGE

Gallery Theatre

0930 - 1000

Opening Addresses

Mr Ernest Xue, Head, Hello Tomorrow Singapore

HE Mr Marc Abensour, Ambassador of France to Singapore

Dr Tan Wu Meng, SPS, MTI 

Session 1: Future Cities

1000 - 1015

Future Cities Keynote

Mr Poon King Wang, 

Director, Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities 

The largest cities in the region will face continued, rapid rates of urbanisation. Immense pressure will be placed on real estate, energy and transportation infrastructure amongst others, as the ways we work, live and consume change. How will bleeding-edge developments in fields across mobility, new materials and energy future-proof our cities in meeting these ever-growing needs.

1010 - 1100

The Future of Transportation -

a Modular Self-driving Ecosystem

1100 - 1130

Mr Tommaso Gecchelin, 

Founder, Next Future Transportation 

INNOVATOR STAGE

The Salon

Opening Address

Mr Ernest Xue, Hello Tomorrow 

Mr S Iswaran, Minister-in-charge of Trade Relations 

HE Mr Marc Abensour, Ambassador of France to Singapore

Session 1: Future Cities

The largest cities in the region will face continued, rapid rates of urbanisation. Immense pressure will be placed on real estate, energy and transportation infrastructure amongst others, as the ways we work, live and consume change. How will bleeding-edge developments in fields across mobility, new materials and energy future-proof our cities in meeting these ever-growing needs.

Mr Ernest Xue, Hello Tomorrow 

The largest cities in the region will face continued, rapid rates of urbanisation. Immense pressure will be placed on real estate, energy and transportation infrastructure 

 Future Cities Panel Series

1130 - 1150

Session 2: Healthcare

1150 - 1210

Strides across numerous facets from diagnostics and health biotechnology to medical devices and precision medicines have resulted in huge improvements in the access to and quality of healthcare solutions. Bolstered by exponential growth in supporting technologies, healthcare as we know it is evolving – learn how this might impact us all, rural and urban populations alike.

Mr Ernest Xue, Hello Tomorrow 

Healthcare Innovator Series

1210 - 1240

The largest cities in the region will face continued, rapid rates of urbanisation. Immense pressure will be placed on real estate, energy and transportation infrastructure 

Mr Ernest Xue, Hello Tomorrow 

Healthcare Innovator Series

1240 - 1300

Mr Ernest Xue, Hello Tomorrow 

The largest cities in the region will face continued, rapid rates of urbanisation. Immense pressure will be placed on real estate, energy and transportation infrastructure 

Session 3: Industry 4.0

1300 - 1350

1350 - 1420

We look to innovations from Industry 4.0 to drive productivity increases comparable to those generated by the introduction of the steam engine in the Industrial Revolution. The sheer magnitude of our region’s manufacturing industry has us contemplating this frontier across industrial biotech, robotics and logistics.

Mr Ernest Xue, Hello Tomorrow 

Industry 4.0 Innovator Series

The largest cities in the region will face continued, rapid rates of urbanisation. Immense pressure will be placed on real estate, energy and transportation infrastructure 

Mr Ernest Xue, Hello Tomorrow 

Industry 4.0 Panel Series

1420 - 1440

Session 4: Food, Agriculture and Environment

1440 - 1500

Mr Ernest Xue, Hello Tomorrow 

Over 80% of food consumed in developing Asia is produced by its 435 million smallholder farmers. Predictably, these farmers often lack access to modern market/ sustainable practices and live in poverty. Concurrently, our food chains, water and climate cycles are buckling under our industrial and consumption activities. Participate in these worthy discussions as we explore the challenges and the breakthroughs surrounding our food chains and environment.

Food, Agricultural and Environment Innovator Series

1500 - 1530

Mr Ernest Xue, Hello Tomorrow 

The largest cities in the region will face continued, rapid rates of urbanisation. Immense pressure will be placed on real estate, energy and transportation infrastructure 

Food, Agricultural and Environment Innovator Series

The largest cities in the region will face continued, rapid rates of urbanisation. Immense pressure will be placed on real estate, energy and transportation infrastructure 

Mr Ernest Xue, Hello Tomorrow 

1530 - 1550

Session 5: New Space

1550 - 1650

1650 - 1750

1750 - 1830

Space technologies aid our understanding of climate cycles, drive communication and produce research that have much broader applications to life on Earth. Advancements in new materials, miniaturisation and computational power are bringing space closer to our daily lives than we realise, while private capital and entrepreneurial interest are driving innovations at a rapid pace. How do we seize the opportunities that come with the dawn of a new industry-driven space race?

Mr Ernest Xue, Hello Tomorrow 

New Space Innovator Series

Mr Ernest Xue, Hello Tomorrow 

The largest cities in the region will face continued, rapid rates of urbanisation. Immense pressure will be placed on real estate, energy and transportation infrastructure 

General Panel

Finals Presentations

Presentations of Prizes and Closing Remarks

© 2020 Hello Tomorrow Singapore

  • Facebook - White Circle
  • Hello Tomorrow Singapore LinkedIn
  • Hello Tomorrow Singapore - Twitter