Transportation in the Present Future Tense: Mobility Summit

. May 31, 2018.

June 14, 2018 | Mobility Summit

Meeting of the Minds, in partnership with Ann Arbor SPARK and Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti SmartZone, is convening a unique one-day thought leadership summit in Ann Arbor focused on mobility and smart cities. Participants will get a first look at the new American Center for Mobility (formerly Willow Run) This summit is a natural lead-in to Ann Arbor’s TechTrek on June 15th, which showcases the local tech scene with over 70 companies working on innovations in transportation and urban living. Live demos of leading edge mobility will be followed by discussions and workshops.

Stay for the reception and networking session and pitch your vision for the future of things that go. Speakers include Kirk Steudle, Michigan Dept of Transportation, Roger Millar, Washington State Secretary of Transportation, and Regina Clewlow, CEO, Populus. Lunch and reception included.

General Admission | $350. Nonprofit | $250. Scholarships available.

June 14 | 8:30am-5:30pm | Reception 5:30pm-8pm
Graduate Hotel | 615 E Huron St
meetingoftheminds.org/events/ann-arbor | 734-769-2200

Techtreck: Free, registration required. | Techtrek.annarborusa.org | techtreck@annarborusa.org

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