ROYAL OAK – Justin Snowden, Smart Mobility Strategist, City of Detroit, Mayor’s Office, created two of three Mobility panels for IoT Tech Connect on April 29 at the Michigan Science Center. He tells anyone interested in mobility in Southeast Michigan why they should attend.
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Justin Snowden, Mobility Track Leader, IoT Tech Connect
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Session 1: 2 to 2:45 pm
Topic Mobility Workforce. Talent shortage, Mobility options for people with disabilities and diversity
Stacey Matlen, Senior Mobility Strategist at City of Detroit Office of Mobility Innovation
Jessica Robinson, Executive Director, Michigan Mobility Institute Ani Gregorian, Aging and Mobility Consultant in Mobility Industry
Session 2: 3 to 3:45 pm
Topic Regulating Micromobility. What is micromobility? How are personal mobility devices regulated by the state parks and trails? How are they regulated in dense urban centers?
Justin Snowden, Smart Mobility Strategist, City of Detroit, Mayor’s Office
Daniel Arking, Assistant Corporation Counsel, Detroit Law Department Nico Probst, Lime (electric scooters) Midwest Government Relations and Strategic Development John Lindenmayer, League of Michigan Bicyclists, State Micromobility Regulations
Session 3: 4 to 4:45 pm
Topic Launching Electric Vehicle companies
RJ King, Editor DBusiness
Daron Gifford, Partner, Plante Moran Robert Bollinger, CEO, Bollinger Motors Shadi T. Mere, CEO, Bedestrian
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