Micromobility explores the disruption to urban transport that comes from new electric, lightweight utility vehicles. Using the history of computing as a framework, we unpack how e-bikes, scooters and more will change how people get around cities.



Software for Micromobility Panel from MM California

In this episode, we publish the Software for Micromobility panel from the Micromobility California Summit. 

In this panel, Stacey Randecker Bartlett (Co-Host, The Flying Car Show) hosts a conversation with William Henderson (CEO, Ride Report), Tiffany Chu (COO, Remix), Alex Kirn (CEO, INVERS), Jake Sion (COO, Transit App), Victor Pontis (CEO, ScooterMap) about how software is enabling and empowering micromobility to be adopted into cities.

Specifically they cover:

  • Whether they see the emergence of one app to rule them all

  • How software is integrating these services into a multimodal solution that can replace the job to be done of cars

  • How software enables the remote fleet management for shared assets

  • The software that cities are adopting to manage both shared fleets, as well as planning for their roadspace

  • What cities are learning when they’re empowered with software

  • How MDS is working and not working for cities and operators

  • The challenges around privacy in software and open data standards

  • Their take on the potential for autonomous micromobility

Be sure to get your tickets to Micromobility Europe (Berlin, 1st October), as well as sign up to the MM Newsletter at micromobility.io


 2019-05-14  39m