I’m a big fan of any of the thought leadership Lou Kerner puts out, and he has some of the world’s best experts – no exaggeration – on his conference calls. I have no involvement with this one (let alone Lou’s business) but am just happy to spread the word about what he’s doing. Here are details:
The Future of Mobility — Conference Call
November 10th, 1pm-2pm EST
Mobility is at the core of how our cities function. Mobility is key to the economic vibrancy and livability of cities, enabling commerce to occur, and allowing us to get to work or school, or visit with family and friends. For the first time since the car began to be mass produced 100 years ago, this core element of our daily life is poised for total disruption. Uber, and the massive impact it’s had on cities around the world, is just the beginning.
So what does 2017 hold for the world of mobility? How quickly will new technologies be adopted? What cities and countries are getting this right? What companies are best positioned to profit from this disruption, and which are most at risk? Is $8,000 the right price for “Full Self-Driving Capability”? All these questions and more will be addressed by our panel of mobility experts, all hailing (originally) from Israel: