Final Post-Expo Conference program now available online

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The final conference program for Post-Expo 2016 in Hong Kong is now available to view online, with more than 90 leading-industry speakers taking part in three days of conference sessions and panel discussions.

Taking place on May 24-26, 2016, at the Asia World Expo center in Hong Kong, the event will provide postal operators, logistics companies and express carriers with a unique opportunity to network and share ideas on key topics in the industry.

The latest line-up for day two includes a presentation and live demonstration by Kumardev Chatterjee, the founder and CEO of Unmanned.Life and the developer of an end-to-end autonomous drone-based services (ADBS) platform. Chatterjee will reveal further details about the world’s first and only fully autonomous drone based sorting center, which is being built this year for one of the top ten global postal operators.

Later that afternoon delegates will be able to attend a presentation by Bernard Leong, head of digital services for Singapore Post, about the future of drone delivery, regulatory challenges, and how close operators are to a working model. This will be immediately followed by a presentation from Roman Drokov, CEO and co-founder of Sidewalk Robot Delivery, a developer of automated city delivery robots.

View the final conference program here.

Delegates are also encouraged to explore the free-to-attend Post-Expo exhibition, with more than 100 international stands showcasing new services, innovations and technology designed to help transform and develop postal businesses.

For more information on the event and to book a pass, click here.

May 12, 2016

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