5-7 NOVEMBER

2024

HONG KONG

ASIAWORLD-EXPO

The Inaugural Super Terminal Expo

Coming to Hong Kong in November 2024!

Super Terminal Expo is the world’s most comprehensive event tailored for the airport, ports, railway, cargo logistics and building construction industries, bringing together the brightest minds and most innovative solutions across these interconnected industries.

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Conference & Events

Comprising keynote interviews, panel discussions, expert briefings and best practice workshops, the Super Terminal Expo conference programme will provide exclusive regional and international insight.

Super Terminal Expo will provide a unique blend of insight from senior stakeholders based in Greater China, Asia and key International markets.

Industry C-Suite and government leaders will examine the issues that will drive change in this fast-moving industry.

 

Join us at our exhibition and conference to gain valuable insights, exchange ideas with industry experts, and
expand your network. Be a part of the future of terminal and airport excellence!

Confirmed Speakers

Fred Lam Tin-Fuk, CEO, HKIA
Vivian Cheung Kar-Fay, CCO, HKIA
ZHANG Wuan, VP, Spring Airlines
Sarah Samuel, SVP, Airport & Airline Operations, APAC, Amadeus
CAO Yunchun, Director of The Center for Airport Economic Research, Civil Aviation University of China (CAUC)
Dr. Yuanyang Gao, Professor and the Director of General Aviation Industry Research Center of Beihang University

More to come very soon…!

Theme: Multimodal Excellence

Multi-modal excellence: Achieving is not easy

  • – Streamlined connectivity between multiple transport modes is tough.
  • – From rideshare, taxis, rail, bus and private cars through to emerging UAM modes, we talk to entities achieving multi-model hubbing excellence.
  • – Examine planning, financing and strategic challenges and how they’ve been overcome.


Automation of air cargo 

  • – There are still too many labour touchpoints and paper interventions.
  • – When will digitisation and automation take over, especially in on-the-ground load devices – and what are the barriers, including investment? 
      

Examining the future commercial viability of air cargo

  • – Air cargo is the most carbon-intensive of all cargo modes, so what does the future bring and will the needed investment be forthcoming?

Theme: Terminal Security & Facilitation

Understanding/mitigating risk of cybersecurity threats

  • – Airlines and airports have dated IT systems, having underinvested for decades. As a result the operational, commercial threats are real.
  • – Passenger data are vulnerable, so what is being done to mitigate the risks?

Harmonising border crossings

  • – There is little uniformity at border crossings around screening security procedures.
  • – What are the future ideas of leading border security agencies around passenger and baggage screening procedures?
  • – Experts on border regulation discuss the digitalisation of admissibility and pre-clearance using digital identity and removing the need for the airline to broker pax data.

Theme: Terminal Passenger Experience & Innovation

Fast(er) travel. The technology and collaboration enabling seamless experiences

– The growth of airport biometrics and One ID implementations are streamlining passenger processing at airports and ports around the world. Arrival-at-gate tech is changing the game.
– W
e explore the technologies and data-sharing collaboration between airports, airlines and border control to enable vast improvements in this area.
– But also ask what are the associated downstream implications for retail and the commercial development of airports?
– Leaders share their experiences around biometrics and digital identity trials and implementations.

How emerging technology and AI can improve the passenger experience, accessibility and inclusion

– There is little uniformity at border crossings around screening security procedures.
-AI and emerging tech has the potential to radically improve the terminal way-finding, accessibility and inclusion over the long run, ultimately improving the passenger experience.

The Jewel in the crown: Airports offering unique experiences will be the winners

– Increasingly airports are offering attractions and experiences that are engaging and drawcards for passengers and locals.
– At its heart, they build non-aeronautical revenues, but these offerings, like Singapore’s Jewel, can quickly become the soul of the airport destination too.
– Every progressive airport could develop their own crowing destination attraction, but…what are the elements in getting it right?
– It starts with bag drop… How far could/should airports go before they lose their raison d’être for being an airport?
– What is a realistic airport experience?

 

Theme: Future Terminals & Sustainability

Strategies, cost/benefit of decarbonising an existing airport city

  • – Many major airports around the world that have committed to fighting climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions through energy efficiency measures and better design.

– Overcoming the challenges of airport decarbonisation and the role of airport carbon accreditation and certification as solutions. Practical steps to achieving carbon-neutral
status faster.

Building a sustainable airport terminal

  • – Explore decarbonization strategies and best practices that are being incorporated into the design of new sustainable passenger terminals with reference to the ADRM Sustainability guidance.

Theme: Advanced Air Mobility

Next-gen aircraft – implications for airports

  • – The next generation of Electric/UAM and Hydrogen-powered aircraft will change the way airports function around the globe, impacting short-haul and medium/long-haul sectors and the facilities that serve them. Is AAM an opportunity or threat to airports?
  • The near-term transition to Hybrid (SAF/traditional) blends is also creating new demands on supply and storage. Hear the latest trends in planning, design and operations as leading airports transition.

UAM, Airports & Airspace – threat or opportunity?

  • Should airports see UAM as a threat to their route structures, passenger and cargo bases?
  • – Investigate how other sub-sectors are embracing it as a huge opportunity to diversify their passenger and cargo markets and become an integral part of this emerging trend.
  • – UAM is raising questions around flight paths and controlled air space – how are leading agencies helping to prepare for flight in 2025/26?

UAM success drivers – what do the manufacturers want and what do the operators need?

  • Bringing together regulators, manufacturers and operators in the UAM space can deliver surprising insights into how the sector will evolve.
  • – What regulatory and tech barriers need to be overcome, according to the manufacturers?
  • – What are operators looking for from their vertiport partners?

Submit your proposal to speak at Super Terminal Expo 2024!

Super Terminal Expo is excited to invite industry professionals to submit proposals for speaking opportunities at our upcoming event which brings together the leading stakeholders and individuals from the Terminal planning, development and operating industry, with over 300 airports, and C-level speakers from across Asia Pacific. This is your chance to contribute to the vibrant exchange of ideas and insights that make our conference a premier gathering for terminal operations and aviation communities. 

Our current speakers include Airport Group CEOs, Airline CEOs, Senior Government representatives, Experts in Design & Construction, AAM, IT & Security Systems and more. 

The planned dates are as follow:  

  • – Proposal submission deadline: Mid March 2024 
  • – Notification of acceptance: May – June 2024 
  • – Submission of presentation/ full paper: Sept 2024 
  • – Conference dates: 5 – 7 November 2024 
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We are seeking speakers and panellists. Themes will include (but not be limited to): –  

  1. – Super Hubs & Connectivity 
  1. – Terminal Planning, Design and Development 
  1. – Multi-modal excellence 
  1. – Terminal Security & Facilitation 
  1. – Terminal Passenger Experience & Innovation 
  1. – Future Terminals & Sustainability 
  1. – Advanced Air Mobility 
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We would now like to invite proposed speakers to express their interest in being a part of the agenda, by providing the following: 

  • – Speaker Bio including areas of expertise and experience. 
  • – Current and previous roles / organisations represented. 
  • – Information on specific topics, case studies and developments to discuss. 
  • – Preference of solo or panel slot. 
  • – Information can be submitted in either English or Chinese. 
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  • Authors are encouraged to submit any latest research, case studies, and technological advancements aligned with the conference themes and topics of interest, in a presentation format of:  
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  1. – Individual presentation 
  1. – Co-presentation 
  1. – Panel Discussion 

As an added bonus, our strategic partner, Aviation Week Network, would feature selected speakers on their channels. 

If you would like to present at the conference, please complete the conference proposal form below before 15 March 2024. For more information, please contact:[email protected].