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E-Mobility as a Service (Half Day Conference)
Tuesday 26 June 2012, 8:30 AM to 8:30 AM
Meeting in San Francisco
This event will explore the notion that current developments and trends in technology, demographics and social software networks are impacting how residents of certain major metropolitan areas are approaching how they get around their city or region. The current model establishes a dichotomy between the private automobile and the publicly funded and operated transit system.
Join us on June 26th as we discuss what other options will be available in the very near future.
8:30am - 9:00am
Breakfast & Networking
9:00am - 9:05am
Introduction: What do we mean by E-Mobility?
9:05am - 10:15am
PANEL 1:Existing urban mobility, trends and data (Live stream available)
Existing Infrastructure & Agencies:
The role of public transit & agencies in a multi-modal system
Is there a role for public / private partnerships?
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency,
Peter Albert, Manager - Urban Planning Initiatives
The impact of shared use vehicles: The Real Data
What other mobility models could this lead to?
UC Berkeley Transportation Sustainability Research Center
Dr. Elliot Martin, Research Engineer
The Future of Car Ownership:
The private automobile; its integration into a mobility system for the City
Is there a future for devolved ownership and what could this lead to?
Relay Rides, Shelby Clark, Founder and Chief Community Officer
Panel 1 Discussion - Q&A:
NelsonNygaard, Jessica ter Schure, Principal
10:15am - 10:30am
Coffee & Networking
10:30am - 11:40am
PANEL 2: The Potential Future of Mobility and its Impacts (Live stream available)
Planning for the Future Urban Mobility:
The industries view of the future
A move from product to service provider?
General Motors, Wade Bryant, Design Manager
Mobility and the City: Connecting the Dots
System Connectivity: Ubiquitous transportation
Mobility as a service
Perkins+Will, Gerry Tierny, Senior Associate
Reclaiming the Public Realm
The potential impact of ubiquitous transportation
The reclaimed public realm: New possibilities
Mia Lehrer & Associates, Ben Feldmann, Senior Associate
Panel 2 Discussion - Q&A:
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Therese Tierny, Assistant Professor
11:40am - 11:45am
Wrap Up, Synthesis & Conclusions
11:45am - 12:00pm
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Lunch & Start-up Showcase
Roadify, Dylan Goelz, Head of Marketing & Design
Local Motion, Clement Gires, Co-Founder
Zimride, John Zimmer, Founder & COO
The Transamerica Pyramid - 600 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94111
If you are new to AGRION, this meeting can begin your complimentary trial period to allow you to get a better understanding of who we are and what we do.
After this trial period, we require an annual subscription fee determined by the number of active employees from your company. More information regarding membership can be found here (specific packages for startups and non-profits are available upon request).