Transport for smart cities 2016: scaling innovation in Europe


Conference report is now available and can be downloaded here

Location: Trainworld Museum, Prinses Elisabethplein 5, 1030 Schaarbeek (Brussels)
The conference gathers about 200 selected practitioners and leaders from public and private sectors to discuss how smart city mobility concepts can be implemented at scale in Europe's cities.

Please join us for a full day of interactive and hands-on sessions with fellow professionals and features the latest advancements in smart city mobility. So this is a great opportunity to share and to develop plans how to grow smart city mobility in your cities, and shape Europe's smart city mobility future!

The conference also launches the Action Cluster Initiatives in Smart Electromobility (EV4SCC) and in smart city mobility services that are part of the implementation of the European Innovation Partnership in Smart Cities and Communities.
The conference's discussions are structured around the 'what' opportunities for scaling (such as (1) how electrification transforms cities, (2) smart city mobility as a service, (3) smart city logistics, (4) new smart city mobility concepts)) and on the 'how' can scaling be done (such as (1) new collaboration tools, (2) funding and procurement,(3) accelerating startups and (4) "wild card").
This conference will contribute to the development and implementation of future EU level smart city activities (incl. the annual assembly of the European Innovation Partnership in Smart Cities and Communities on 24-5-2016 in Eindhoven), and the EU's decarbonisation and digital policies.
Conference website: http://www.smartmobility2016.eu
Contact person: Henriette van Eijl, European Commission (MOVE): EC-SMART-MOBILITY@ec.europa.eu

The programme

  • 0800 - 0900

    Registration, Networking breakfast

  • 0900 - 0915

    Introduction and overview of the day:
    Karen Coleman, broadcaster and journalist

  • 0915 - 0930

    Opening: European Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc

  • 0930 - 1030

    Plenary Opening Conversation with Commissioner Bulc and smart city mobility leaders and practitioners

    Transforming cities: what are the biggest opportunities for smart city mobility and transport for business, cities and citizens?

    - Mayor Daniël Termont from Gent, Vice-President of Eurocities
    - Alexandra van Huffelen, CEO, GVB(Amsterdam Municipal Transport company)
    - Yann Marteil, Member of Supervisory Board and Managing Director of Via-Id, Mobivia Groupe S.A.
    - Michael Bültmann, Managing Director, HERE

    Concluding remarks by Commissioner Bulc
    Moderator: Mathieu Lefevre, Smart City specialist and former Executive Director of the New Cities Foundation

  • 1030 - 1100

    Building the smart mobility market place: launching the Action Cluster Initiatives in smart electromobility (EVSCC) and smart city mobility services as part of the European Innovation Partnership in Smart cities

    Introduction by:

    - Lutz Heuser, Urban Institute
    - Jean Coldefy, City of Lyon
    - Karine Sbirrazzuoli, Urban Foresight

    Launch:
    - Tahir Ali, Cabinet Member for Development, Transport and Economy, City of Birmingham
    - Gilles Vesco, Vice-President, Grand Lyon
    - Will Dawson, Councillor at Dundee City Council and convener of the City Development Committee (including Transport and mobility)
    - Henrik Munck, Vice Chairman, City of Gothenburg Traffic & Public Transport Authority
    - Stephane Beaudet, Vice-president, Île-de-France Region in charge of transport and Mobility, and Vice-president, regional transport authority (STIF)

  • 1100 - 1130

    Coffee break

  • 1130 - 1245

    Open Tables 1 – morning session:
    Where are the biggest opportunities in scaling innovation in smart city mobility in Europe? And why?

    Open Table conversations will take about 25 minutes, and participants can choose tables themselves. The main conclusions of each table will be harvested, and will form inputs for further discussions during the afternoon.

    1 Electric transportation and infrastructure rollout
    Tim van Beek, EV consult

    2 Electric mobility: big hopes, false expectations and new focal points
    Michael Glotz-Richter and Hendrik Koch, Bremen

    3 Open Data and mobility — show me the money!
    Simon Kaplan, North Shore Labs

    4 Success factors to launch a sustainable free floating car sharing system
    Katharina Wagner, Car2GO

    5 From patchwork to plug & play networking of services for mobility
    Jorge Vieira da Silva, MTA - MOBILITY, TICKETING & APPLICATIONS

    6 Smart mobility applications for my city
    Szeged Sandor Nagy, Vice-mayor, Szeged

    7 Digital platforms and infrastructure for the future of cities and transportation
    Ahmed Nasr, HERE

    8 Opportunities and challenges facing the expansion of ECO-Driving logistics in the smart city
    Bahar Namaki Araghi, Copenhagen

    9 Better Utilization of transport capacity to distribute freight in a city: ideating on innovative an unexplored combinations and collaborations
    Stefan Bottu and Lieven Deketele, Procter and Gamble

    10 Smart citylogistics needs public SULP and private Triple-X.
    Birgit Hendriks, Eco2City

    11 The 5A's of sustainable city distribution and logistics: innovative concepts and challenges (learning from failure)
    Cathy Macharis, Vrije Universiteit, Brussel

    12 Mobility as a Service: what does it mean?
    Eric Verhulst, Altreonic

    13 Autonomous driving on public roads a dream or reality?
    Reindert Augustijn, Province of Gelderland

    14 Autonomous Transport: A Matter of Trust, A Matter of Transformation
    Lukas Neckermann, Neckermann Strategic Advisors

    15 Rewarding use of single modality is like rewarding fish for swimming
    Roelant Reizevoort, IJsberg Consultants

    16 Smart city mobility innovations such as automated driving need a comprehensive package of legal, administrative and social regulations.
    Carsten Recknagel, TelematicsPRO e.V., European TelematicsFactory

    17 Urban Cable Cars - Smart mobility on a new level
    Wolfram Auer, Doppelmayr Cable Car GmbH & Co KG

    18 Sensor City Assen: a living lab facility through which your city can acquire solutions faster with reduced technological risk
    Maurice Hoogeveen, Alderman, Assen

    19 Decreasing private car use by increasing mobility? Only a change of perspective makes it possible.
    Jashar Seyfi, DriveNOW

    20 Joint ITS session - scaling applications in cities
    Kirill Blazhko (Orbita Line), Asbjorn Hovsto (Hafenstrom) and Massimiliano Petri (Uni Pisa)

    21 How to make EU a relevant market in the digitalization of mobility?
    Marko Javornik, Comtrade

    22 Open parking data availability
    Peter Martens, European Parking Association / Q-Park

  • 1245 - 1415

    Lunch: With information stands and short presentations on EC support activities

    13.15 INEA: funding in Horizon2020 and CEF
    13.30 EASME: funding for SMEs and start-ups
    13.45 EEN: Enterprise Europe Network

  • 1415 - 1620

    Open Tables 2 - afternoon session:
    How and who support the scaling of smart city mobility innovations in Europe? What are priority areas for action in Europe?

    Plenary discussion panel:
    Magda Kopczynska, Director, DG MOVE, European Commission
    Anja van Niersen, General Manager, Allego BV
    Christian Tock, Director, Ministry of Economy in Luxembourg
    Natalia de Estevan-Ubeda, Head of International ITS Policy and Strategy at Transport for London
    Milan Obradovic, Deputy Mayor of Malmö and EUROCITIES Mobility Forum Chair
    Moderator: Karen Coleman

    Followed by Open Tables with parallel conversations of 25 minutes. Participants can join any conversation. Conclusions of each table will be harvested and presented to the whole audience. These findings will feed into the closing session.

    1 Ljubljana: Smart mobility successes in the European Green Capital 2016
    Dejan Crnek, Deputy mayor, Ljubljana

    2 Building a collaborative Innovation market place for smart e-mobility: the EV4SCC Initiative
    Karine Sbirrazzuoli (urban foresight) and Mette Hoe (Copenhagen Electric)

    3 Building a collaborative Innovation market place for smart mobility services
    Jean Coldefy, Grand Lyon

    4 Market take-up of electromobility in commercial fleets
    Lutz Heuser, Urban Software Institute

    5 EIB - Support to the preparation of sustainable and e-mobility Investment Programmes
    Joaquin Rodon, European Investment Bank

    6 Funding opportunities for new innovative transport solutions
    Françoise Guaspare (Ile de France) and Richard Tuffs (ERRIN)

    7 Practical implementation - partners on e-mobility in Austrian cities and how national funding schemes support e-mobility in cities – the new Austrian klimaaktiv mobil programme.
    Willy Raimund, AEA – Austrian Energy Agency

    8 How could EU Green deals to support smart mobility in Europe – experiences from the Netherlands?
    Marieke Reijalt (European Hydrogen Association) and Martijn Kievit (TNO/EARPA)

    9 smart city mobility financing: opportunities/risks – views from a VC
    Detlef Pohl, Siemens Venture Capital GmbH

    10 What is needed in Europe to be attractive for mobility start-ups?
    Michael Bueltmann, HERE

    11 From today's standard of individual car-ownership to mobility services - a step towards greater transport efficiency
    Rebecca Karbaumer, Bremen

    12 La Fabrique des Mobilités
    Gabriel Plassat, ADEME

    13 How to accelerate innovative startups?
    Per Osterstrom, Business Region Göteborg

    14 Change Management for the Smart City: Traditional planning vs. agile innovation approaches
    Siegfried Rupprecht, Rupprecht Consult

    15 Automated transport modes – between increase of car use and new fleet models
    Michael Glotz-Richter, Bremen

    16 Integrated Showcases for Electromobility - getting early buy-in from industry, users and the political level
    Thomas Meissner, Berlin Partner for Business and Technology

    17 EU Bike Share Schemes Benchmarking
    Lucy Speight, Transport for London

    18 What are the main expectations of cities related to sustainable mobility indicators?
    Sophie Roizard, WBCSD and Franco Caruso, BRISA

    19 Smart city public sector procurement transportation (multi modal) in my city
    Liam Fassam, University of Northampton

    20 Educating the next generation of smart urban mobility leaders and entrepreneurs!
    Don Guikink, NHTV

    21 When 1 + 1 = 3 Adding value and delivering real impact - the example of SLoCaT and PPMC in transport
    Heather Allen, SLoCaT Partnership

    22 Making Clean Buses more affordable for cities
    Gunjan Parik (C40) and Philip Turner (UITP)

    23 Design and implementation of the National Strategies for Clean Fuels Infrastructure: experiences of the city of Rotterdam
    Lutske Lindeman, Rotterdam

    24 TBC: 3 car sharing companies: our vision on shared city mobility
    Ian Paterson (Respiro car sharing), and others

    During the afternoon, participants are given the conference floor to host sessions about tools for scaling smart city innovation in themes such as (1) new collaboration tools, (2) funding and procurement, (3) accelerating startups and (4) "Wild Card".

  • 1620 - 1630

    Coffee break

  • 1630 - 1725

    Closing keynote conversation

    With:
    - Ahti Heinla, Co-founder, CEO, CTO, Starship Technologies and co-founder of SKYPE
    - Henrik Hololei, Director-General, DG MOVE, European Commission
    Moderator: Mathieu Lefevre

  • 1725 - 1730

    Closing by Magda Kopczynska, Director, DG MOVE, European Commission

  • 1730 - 1900

    Networking drink

The speakers

Panel speakers

 
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VIOLETA BULC
Violeta Bulc, born in Slovenia, is the current Commissioner for Transport. She holds a Degree in Computer Science and Informatics from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana and a Master of Sciences in Information Technology from the Golden Gate University in San Francisco. Before working for the European Commission, she held senior positions in major companies and was part of the Government of Slovenia as Head of Development, Strategic and Cohesion Projects.

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Mayor Daniël Termont from Gent, Vice-President of Eurocities

Biography:

Daniël Termont, mayor of Ghent and vice-president of EUROCITIES
Born in 1953, he has been mayor of Ghent since 2007 and a member of its city council since 1977. He is member of the Socialist Party, they form a coalition with the Liberal Democrats and the Green party in Ghent.
Since his time as a mayor, he considers one of the key developments of Ghent that it has become a true city of knowledge and culture. In the 1970s and 1980s Ghent has not been as vibrant as today, thanks to major investments in renewing the city centre and in developing new cultural projects. Besides being Mayor of Ghent, Daniël Termont holds several mandates in the energy sector (vice-president intermunicipal water company TMVW Water Company, Publigas, port of Ghent, gas company Fluxys…).
In February 2015, Daniël Termont was elected second in the 'World Mayor 2014' competition of the London-based City Mayor Foundation.

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Alexandra van Huffelen, CEO, GVB

Biography:

Alexandra van Huffelen (1968) is since June 1, 2014 Managing Director of GVB , the City Region of Amsterdam public transport company, that transports an average of three-quarters of a million people per day and with nearly 4,000 employees is amongst one of the largest companies in Amsterdam. In the period 2010-2014 , Van Huffelen served as an alderman (D66) for Sustainability, Inner Cities and Urban areas in Rotterdam. Prior to this, she worked in various management roles at the energy company Essent.

Also, Van Huffelen is chairman of the contemporary art centre De Appel and she is a supervisory board member in the healthcare sector.

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Yann Marteil, Member of Supervisory Board and Managing Director of Via-Id, Mobivia Groupe S.A

Biography:

Yann MARTEIL is Managing Director of Via-ID and Member of the Supervisory Board of Mobivia Groupe.
He started his career in the United States where he set up the US subsidiaries of freelance.com (IT service). Back in France, he held various positions such as CFO, Director of Business Development and Managing Director in the publishing and in the retail sectors.
Mr. Marteil has an academic background in Business management and Political sciences (Sciences Po, HEC).
Via-ID is a business incubator for new projects and ideas linked to urban mobility, connected vehicles, car-sharing, car-pooling as well as Easy Mobility services.
Via-ID is part of Mobivia Groupe, the European automotive aftermarket leader – with brands such as Norauto, Auto 5, Midas, Carter-Cash, Synchro Diffusion and Bythjul.com

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Michael Bültmann, Managing Director, HERE
Biography:

Michael Bültmann, M.B.L - HSG

Managing Director HERE Deutschland GmbH

Michael Bültmann is since November 2014 managing director of HERE Deutschland GmbH and before acquisition of end-devices by Microsoft in 2014 six years managing director of Nokia GmbH.
Before he worked in different positions in Germany and France, i.e. in controlling and as senior legal counsel, in charge for Germany and countries in Eastern Europe.
He worked before as attorney in Berlin and Paris and lecturer for International Business Law at the university Lüneburg.
Michael Bültmann is active in a lot of associations, e.g. board member of BITKOM, Federal Association for Information, Technology, Telecommunications and New Media and board member of SRiW (Association of Self-Regulation in the Internet)

He is married and has 2 children.

RideDrive
Session moderator: Mathieu Lefèvre
Biography:

Mathieu Lefèvre is a frequent commentator on urban mobility and on the future of our cities. Until December 2015, he was the Executive Director of the New Cities Foundation, a position he heldsince 2010. The New Cities Foundation is a non-profit with a mission to shape a better urban world.

In this role, Mathieu oversaw the Foundation's strategy and fundraising and its day-to-day operations. He led Foundation projects on connected commuting with Ericsson and Waze in the city of San Jose, California and on internet connectivity in the world's subways – among others. He played a key role in the design of the Foundation's events including the New Cities Summit, Cityquest and Cities on the Move and an acclaimed research Fellowship program. Mathieu initiated and managed the Foundation's many relationships with national and local governments, large corporations, UN agencies, research organizations and civil society groups.

Previously, he worked for the World Bank in the area of governance and as a political officer for the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations, working in Afghanistan, Lebanon and in the Office of the Secretary General in New York. Mathieu is a graduate of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and of the London School of Economics. He is a dual citizen of France and the US and has published articles in The Economist magazine, Design Mind, the Foundation for Strategic Research, Les Clés de Demain, the French Almanac of International Relations, The World Today and the Afghanistan Analysts Network. Mathieu has also been part of several large-scale documentary projects, among others with Arte. Mathieu frequently speaks at events on cities, innovation and governance.

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Master of ceremony of the day: Karen Coleman
Biography:

The award-winning Irish journalist, Karen Coleman is one of Ireland's most accomplished journalists who now specialises in European issues. Karen is the Editor of EuroParlRadio which reports on stories from the European Parliament. A former BBC foreign correspondent, Karen has been covering international affairs for radio and television for over two decades. She has worked for both the public and commercial broadcast industries including a ten-year stint with the BBC. Karen is also an entrepreneur. In 2013, she founded Planet Podium www.planetpodium.com that provides conference and event production services including the provision of professional conference moderators. Karen herself has chaired numerous high-level conferences encompassing a wide range of topics from complex EU issues to economic, environmental, health and other topics. Karen is also a published author. In 2010, her book, "Haunting Cries" was published in Ireland. The book is about the abuse of children in Irish religious institutions. Karen also lectures in journalism at the National University of Ireland, Galway.

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Ahti Heinla, Co-founder, CEO, CTO, Starship Technologies and co-founder of SKYPE
Biography:

Ahti Heinla is a founder and CEO of Starship Technologies, a company building self-driving, ground-based delivery robots. He was one of the co-founders and Chief Technical Architect of Skype.




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Henrik Hololei, Director-General, DG MOVE, European Commission

Biography:

Henrik held various positions in the Estonian Government Office between 1995 and 2004. He was responsible for coordinating the work for the Estonian accession to the European Union, working directly with the Government and Prime Minister.
In 2001-2002 he was Minister of Economy.
In 2004 he moved to the European Commission as Head of Cabinet of Vice President Siim Kallas. Mr. Kallas' first mandate 2004-2010 dealt with Administration, Audit and Anti-Fraud and his second mandate 2010-2014 he was responsible for Transport.
From November 2013 he was Deputy Secretary General of the European Commission.
On October 1, 2015 he became Director-General for Mobility and Transport

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Closing by MAGDA KOPCZYNSKA, Director, DG MOVE, European Commission
Biography:

Magda Kopczynska is the current Director of the Directorate General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) at the European Commission. Previously, she was part of the Directorate General for Internal Market and Services as Head of the Clean Transport Unit, Urban Transport and Intelligent Transport Systems until 2011. She has also served as Head of the Unit for Maritime Transport and Logistics Policy and she has been part of the local government in Warsaw.

Practical info


  • The Venue

    The Transport for smart cities 2016 event will be held in the new Trainworld Museum in Brussels (Schaarbeek/Schaerbeek), located in the northern part of Brussels. The entrance of the event is via the door at the right hand side of the main hall – you will see the red carpet!

    Trainworld Museum (located at Brussels Schaarbeek station),
    Prinses Elisabethplein 5,
    1030 Schaarbeek
    http://www.trainworld.be/en

  • Public transport

    BY AIR

    The venue is about 25 minutes from Brussels Airport to Schaerbeek (change at Brussels Noord/Nord/ North)

    Schaerbeek Station
    www.sncb.be

    Tram
    Lines 7 and 92
    www.mivb.be

    Bus
    Lines 58 and 59
    www.stib.be

    By bike
    Bike stop 160
    www.villo.be

  • How to get there

     

  • Accommodation

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    Preferential rate (from Sunday till Thursday included) :

    - Single room: 93 € (including breakfast and city tax)
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Open Tables Documentation

 

Opening Speach, Commissioner Bulc

MORNING OPENING TABLES


2 Electric mobility: big hopes, false expectations and new focal points
Michael Glotz-Richter and Hendrik Koch, Bremen

3 Open Data and mobility — show me the money!
Simon Kaplan, North Shore Labs

4 The re-invention of mobility
Katharina Wagner, Car2GO

5 From patchwork to plug & play networking of services for mobility 
Jorge Vieira da Silva, MTA - MOBILITY, TICKETING & APPLICATIONS

6 Smart mobility applications for my city 
Szeged Sandor Nagy, Vice-mayor, Szeged

8 Opportunities and challenges facing the expansion of ECO-Driving logistics in the smart city
Bahar Namaki Araghi, Copenhagen


9 Better Utilization of transport capacity to distribute freight in a city: ideating on innovative an unexplored combinations and collaborations
Stefan Bottu and Lieven Deketele, Procter and Gamble


10 Smart citylogistics needs public SULP and private Triple-X.
Birgit Hendriks, Eco2City

11 The 5A's of sustainable city distribution and logistics: innovative concepts and challenges (learning from failure)
Cathy Macharis, Vrije Universiteit, Brussel

12 Mobility as a Service: what does it mean?
Eric Verhulst, Altreonic

13 Autonomous driving on public roads a dream or reality?
Reindert Augustijn, Province of Gelderland

14 Autonomous Transport: A Matter of Trust, A Matter of Transformation
Lukas Neckermann, Neckermann Strategic Advisors

 

15 Rewarding use of single modality is like rewarding fish for swimming
Roelant Reizevoort, IJsberg Consultants


16 Smart city mobility innovations such as automated driving need a comprehensive package of legal, administrative and social regulations.
Carsten Recknagel, TelematicsPRO e.V., European TelematicsFactory

17 Urban Cable Cars - Smart mobility on a new level
Wolfram Auer, Doppelmayr Cable Car GmbH & Co KG

 

18 Sensor City Assen: a living lab facility through which your city can acquire solutions faster with reduced technological risk
Maurice Hoogeveen, Alderman, Assen

19 Decreasing private car use by increasing mobility? Only a change of perspective makes it possible.
Jashar Seyfi, DriveNOW

20 Joint ITS session - scaling applications in cities (Part 1 - Part 2)
Kirill Blazhko (Orbita Line), Asbjorn Hovsto (Hafenstrom) and Massimiliano Petri (Uni Pisa)

21 How to make EU a relevant market in the digitalization of mobility?
Marko Javornik, Comtrade

22 Open parking data availability
Peter Martens, European Parking Association / Q-Park

 

AFTERNOON OPENING TABLES

 

1 Ljubljana: Smart mobility successes in the European Green Capital 2016
Dejan Crnek, Deputy mayor, Ljubljana

2 Building a collaborative Innovation market place for smart e-mobility: the EV4SCC Initiative
Karine Sbirrazzuoli (urban foresight) and Mette Hoe (Copenhagen Electric)

6 Funding opportunities for new innovative transport solutions
Françoise Guaspare (Ile de France) and Richard Tuffs (ERRIN)

7 Practical implementation - partners on e-mobility in Austrian cities and how national funding schemes support e-mobility in cities – the new Austrian klimaaktiv mobil programme.
Willy Raimund, AEA – Austrian Energy Agency

8 How could EU Green deals to support smart mobility in Europe – experiences from the Netherlands?
Marieke Reijalt (European Hydrogen Association) and Martijn Kievit (TNO/EARPA)

9 Smart city mobility financing: opportunities/risks – views from a VC
Detlef Pohl, Siemens Venture Capital GmbH

11 From today's standard of individual car-ownership to mobility services - a step towards greater transport efficiency (Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3)
Rebecca Karbaumer, Bremen

12 La Fabrique des Mobilités (Part 1 - Part 2)
Gabriel Plassat, ADEME

13 How to accelerate innovative startups?

Per Osterstrom, Business Region Göteborg

14 Change Management for the Smart City: Traditional planning vs. agile innovation approaches
Siegfried Rupprecht, Rupprecht Consult

15 Automated transport modes – between increase of car use and new fleet models
Michael Glotz-Richter, Bremen

16 Integrated Showcases for Electromobility - getting early buy-in from industry, users and the political level
Thomas Meissner, Berlin Partner for Business and Technology

18 What are the main expectations of cities related to sustainable mobility indicators? 
Sophie Roizard, WBCSD and Franco Caruso, BRISA

19 Smart city public sector procurement transportation (multi modal) in my city
Liam Fassam, University of Northampton

21 When 1 + 1 = 3 Adding value and delivering real impact - the example of SLoCaT and PPMC in transport
Heather Allen, SLoCaT Partnership

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Registration


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