Reimagining the Future of Mobility

Imagine moving effortlessly between home, work and play. How will our current systems for the moving people and goods meet tomorrow’s demands as the population explodes and environmental and infrastructure issues develop? What will be next for personal and shared transportation and intelligent, autonomous transportation, and how might these technologies be incorporated into the heavy equipment industry? Plus, take the Ford Rouge Factory Tour, featuring game-changing technology, sustainable design and American auto-making history.

Join us as we explore these key takeaways:

  • How the technology used to develop autonomous on-road vehicles could be applied to create safe, autonomous off-road equipment.
  • Learn about new types of self-driving vehicles and developing services, and hear examples of technologies that collect data to help continuous product improvement.
  • Hear how “The Ray,” a proving ground in Georgia, is testing ideas and technology that could transform transportation and infrastructure.
  • Explore ways to utilize every piece of the road for continuous energy and maximum environmental impact.
Featured Speakers:
Steve Vozar
Steve Vozar, Co-Founder, May Mobility Steve is the CTO and Co-Founder of May Mobility, a company that is transforming the experience of getting you where you want to go.
Allie Kelly
Allie Kelly, Executive Director, “The Ray” Allie is the executive director of “The Ray,” a nonprofit organization that has built the nation’s only publicly-accessible, living laboratory for transportation innovation.
Dr David Christensen
Dr. David Christensen, Executive Director, Sustainable Electrified Transportation (SELECT) Research CenterDr. David Christensen is the Executive Director of the Sustainable Electrified Transportation (SELECT) Research Center, a consortium of university, industry, non-profit and government members. SELECT’s research considers a holistic perspective of electric powertrain, vehicle, and infrastructure as well as energy, economic, and environmental impacts across the electric transportation ecosystem.
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