Siemens – The Road to Zero Emmissions

The Road to Zero Emissions will bring together a panel of industry leaders to discuss sustainable transport in Australia

Young Transport Professionals (YTP) are pleased to be partnering with Siemens Ltd to present The Road to Zero Emissions: a panel event bringing together industry leaders to disucss sustainable transport in Australia and what initiatives are needed to achieve zero carbon emissions. There will be a number of perspectives the panel will discuss, such as electric vehicle manufacturing and management, the potential of hydrogen powered vehicles, and more.

The event will be hosted on Zoom and the link will be distributed via e-mail to registered attendees prior to the event.

Our speakers for this event are:

Olivia Laskowski, Promotor for Electric Vehicle Charging, Siemens Ltd

Warner Priest, Midstream Energy Director, InterContinental Energy

Jaad Clifford-Bolt, Market Development Manager (Clean Mobility), AusNet Services

Natasha Santha, LEK Consulting (Moderator)

This panel discussion will be accompanied by a networking event at a later date in the Melbourne CBD. YTP and Siemens Ltd invite you to join us for an opportunity to network with your industry colleagues – keep an eye out for further details.

We’re committed to connecting young people in transport. Our events are free – register your attendance now!

Register Here

Systems Engineering in Transport – Event Roundup

The YTP kicked off the 2019/2020 financial year with a panel discussion sponsored and hosted by Advisian. Attendees from over 20 companies gathered to network and hear a panel of four subject matter experts discuss systems engineering and its application within major transport projects.

Faciliator David Ramsdale (Advisian) and speakers John Nasr (Advisian), Emma-Rose Tildesley (KPMG), Marcus Chadwick (Rail Projects Victoria) and Alexandra Morey (Rail Projects Victoria) were able to provide insights on the origins of systems engineering methodology – developed by NASA for the Apollo program! – as well as how its principles are applied. A message unanimous across the panel was that systems engineering principles are integral to the success of any project. With the staggering pipeline of major transport projects occurring in Victoria, the panellists agreed that all industries must maintain a systems engineering mindset throughout entire project lifecycles if we are to achieve satisfactory outcomes.