September Mobility Sessions
in SF Bay Area
With Fujitsu

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Event Info

| 24th September 2019
| San Francisco, USA

We’re hosting an informal invite-only event with Fujitsu. We’ll be discussing how technology can help digitize and shape the future.

Additionally, we’ll have an in-depth conversation about what role cities should be playing to set the right course in years to come.

In Co-operation With

Featured Speakers

Hear from industry leaders

Global Account Director and VP of Automotive, Fujitsu

CEO & Co-Founder, Wunder Mobility

Chief External Officer, Waymo

COO & Co-Founder, Wunder Mobility

CMO, Otonomo

Chief Information Officer, Alameda-Contra Costa Transit

Sr. Director Government Relations & Public Policy, Proterra Inc.

General Manager, Wunder Mobility

Lead of Autonomous and Urban Mobility, World Economic Forum

Agenda

Time Event Speaker
6:30 PM Doors Open
7:00 PM Welcome Paul Warburton - Global Account Director and VP of Automotive, Fujitsu Gunnar Froh - CEO & Co-Founder, Wunder Mobility
7:10 PM Say Hello to Waymo Tekedra Mawakana - CXO, Waymo
7:25 PM Gearing up for a Human Centric Mobility Society Paul Warburton - Global Account Director and VP of Automotive, Fujitsu
7:40 PM The Impact of Digital Disruption In Personal Mobility Samuel Baker - COO & Co-Founder, Wunder Mobility
7:55 PM Unleashing the power of data to better mobility services Maya Ben Dror - Lead of Autonomous and Urban Mobility, World Economic Forum Kent Leacock - Sr. Director Government Relations & Public Policy, Proterra Inc. Lisa Joy Rosner - CMO , Otonomo Ahsan Baig - Chief Information Officer , Alameda-Contra Costa Transit Ioana Freise - General Manager Wunder City, Wunder Mobility
8:30 PM Closing Remarks Paul Warburton - Global Account Director and VP of Automotive, Fujitsu
8:40 PM Drinks, Snacks and Networking
11:00 PM Official End

Fujitsu Sunnyvale Campus

The Bay Area is home to some of the world’s largest tech companies and a hotbed of innovation. San Francisco is considered by many to be a laboratory for testing new, emerging mobility services.

| 24th September 2019
| 1240 E Arques Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94085, USA