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MeetUp #3 Recap – Elizabeth Chee, Iomob Germany

Elizabeth Chee is Co & VP – Business Development at Iomob and has been one of our favorite guests at our MeetUp #3 on July 24. She is driven by a vision to use technology to better the causes she cares deeply for: Mobility, Healthcare and Education. more


Roundtable Recap with Beate Kubitz, TravelSpirit Foundation (UK)

Beate Kubitz is Director of Policy and Communications at TravelSpirit Foundation and has been one of our favorite guests at the Roundtable discussion on April 24. She believes that innovations in transportation are noticeably positive, but these innovations need shaping to work for communities and the environment. more


Roundtable Recap with Olivier Thereaux, Open Data Institute (UK)

Oliver Thereaux is Head of Technology at Open Data Institute in the Uk. He leads the ODI Labs team in the design and creation of prototypes and services for ODI Toolbox, as well as the creation of software. At this Roundtable "Zero Emission City", Olivier shared his knowledge and perspective on the implications of Open Data on urban mobility. more


Roundtable Recap – Bernhard Fehr, DLR Institute for Transportation Systems, Braunschweig

Bernhard Fehr, researcher at the German Aerospace Center in Braunschweig (Germany), reminds us that there is not only one future of mobility but a range of opportunities for futures of mobility. In a short recap interview following our roundtable discussion, Bernhard points out that city planning and the planning of transportation systems should be integrated in those visions of the future. more


Roundtable Recap – Gabriel Plassat, FabMob France

Our French connection and sister initiative FabMob was represented by its founder Gabriel Plassat for our roundtable discussion on 'Open Source Shared Mobility'. Gabriel sees the center of our future mobility lying in more liveable cities and a more citizen-centric approach with shared mobility, active modes of transport and public transport coming together. more


Roundtable Recap – Max Kortlander, Waag Amsterdam

Max Kortlander, researcher of Waag at Amsterdam, Netherlands sees a bottom-up, co-created future of mobility. In a short recap interview following our roundtable discussion, Max says people who will be mobile themselves – bus riders, cyclists etc – need to be not just thought of but involved in the planning and implementation process. more