Our current mobility systems face tremendous change given the emergence of autonomous vehicles, drones, the electrification of transportation, and the sharing economy. The Disrupting Mobility Summit (November 11-13 at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, MA) explores the technologies and social trends that have the potential to fundamentally change the way we move. With more than 300 guests from academia, industry and the public sector, the Disrupting Mobility Summit provides an overview of state-of-the-art research, and a platform for policy leaders and industry experts at the forefront of mobility disruption.
The event is co-hosted by MIT, UC Berkeley, London School of Economics and WZB Berlin Social Science. Featured speakers include Dan Doctoroff (Sidewalk Labs), Edward Glaeser (Harvard University), Victor Mendez (U.S. Deputy Secretary of Transportation), Nicholas Negroponte (co-founder, MIT Media Lab)Janette Sadik-Khan (Bloomberg Associates), Shoshana Zuboff (Harvard Business School) and Raffaello D’Andrea (ETH Zurich), and many others.
Partners and sponsors of the Disrupting Mobility Summit are: Zipcar, Enterprise CarShare, Ridescout, BCycle, Bridj, Lyft, Hubway, Munich RE, Shared-Use Mobility Center, TransitCenter, Via, Transportation for America, Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft, Stiftung Mercator and the Transporation Research Board.