TC Sessions: Mobility is returning for a second year on May 14 in San Jose — a day-long event brimming with the best and brightest engineers, policymakers, investors, entrepreneurs and innovators, all of whom are vying to be a part of this new age of transportation.
Companies are racing to deploy autonomous vehicles and flying cars, scale their scooter operations and adjust to headwinds in the vehicle subscription and car-sharing businesses. At the center of the mobility maelstrom is TechCrunch.
TechCrunch held its inaugural TC Sessions: Mobility event in summer 2019 with a mission to do more than highlight the next new thing. We aimed to dig into the how and why, the cost and impact to cities, people and companies, as well as the numerous challenges that lie along the way, from technological and regulatory to capital and consumer pressures.
We met our goal, and now we’re back to push further with TC Sessions: Mobility 2020.
Attendees of TC Sessions: Mobility can expect interviews with founders, investors and inventors, demos of the latest tech, breakout sessions, dozens of startup exhibits and opportunities to network and recruit.
If you’re wondering what to expect, take a look at some of the speakers we had onstage at the first event:
- Amnon Shashua, Mobileye, co-founder, president and CEO
- Dmitri Dolgov, Waymo, CTO
- Summer Craze Fowler, Argo AI, chief security officer
- Katie DeWitt, Scoot, VP of Product
- Karl Iagnemma, Aptiv, president
- Seleta Reynolds, head of the Los Angeles Department of Transportation
- Caroline Samponaro, Lyft, head of Micromobility Policy
- Ted Serbinski, Techstars, founder and managing director of The Mobility Program
- Ken Washington, Ford, CTO
- Sarah Smith, Bain Capital Ventures, partner
- Dave Ferguson, Nuro, co-founder and president
- Michael Granoff, Maniv Mobility, founder and managing partner
- Jesse Levinson, Zoox, CTO and co-founder
TechCrunch will announce in the coming weeks and months the participants of TechCrunch Mobility’s fireside chats, panels and workshops.
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