What

EcoMotion 2020

When

May 19, 2020

Where

Pavilion 1, Expo Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv, Israel 

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Speakers

Challenge competitions are open to all startups!

Click below for more information and to apply now.

Kobi Marenko
Co-Founder & Director
Arbe Robotics

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

We believe the advancement of autonomous capabilities will drive mobility towards and beyond the tipping point. What’s been holding mobility back has been a lack of viable technical solutions, primarily a trustworthy sensor suite that ensures autonomous vehicles can maneuver safely in every environmental scenario. 

Zohar Fox
Co-Founder & CEO
Aurora Labs

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

In-vehicle software management solution to future-proof the next generation of software-driven automotive features.

Yariv Bash
Co-Founder & CEO
Flytrex

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

A mixture of cultural acceptance and regulatory advancements. Once people realize self0driving cars are much safer than manned cars and once regulators will feel the technology is mature enough (ie - there's societal acceptance) - we will see a tipping point. Most of the technology is either there or almost there. 

Biography

Yariv Bash is the co-founder and CEO of Flytrex Aviation. Flytrex provides autonomous drone delivery solutions and was the 1st company in the world to deploy a B2C drone delivery system in an urban environment. The project was successfully launched in the capital of Iceland, Reykjavik, and is currently recently expanding to cover over 50% of the city’s population. Flytrex was also selected to take part of the FAA’s UAS IPP (Commercial drone integration pilot) together with the NC DoT with deliveries scheduled to start later in 2019. Prior to Flytrex, Yariv was the Founder & CEO of SpaceIL, a NFP organization with a mission to land the first non-governmental, unmanned spacecraft on the moon. The $100M not for profit project was the first private vehicle to reach the orbit and surface of another celestial body. Doing so at a fraction of the traditional cost of scientific space missions. 

 

Speakers

Challenge competitions are open to all startups!

Click below for more information and to apply now.

Roger Lanctot
Director
Automotive Connected Mobility

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

When every new car being shipped from car makers is equipped from the factory to be shared based on a code sent via smartphone.

Zohar Fox
Co-Founder & CEO
Aurora Labs

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

In-vehicle software management solution to future-proof the next generation of software-driven automotive features.

Yariv Bash
Co-Founder & CEO
Flytrex

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

A mixture of cultural acceptance and regulatory advancements. Once people realize self-driving cars are much safer than manned cars and once regulators will feel the technology is mature enough (ie - there's societal acceptance) - we will see a tipping point. Most of the technology is either there or almost there. 

Brandon Eldredge
Chief Financial Officer, Mobility & Services Group
APTIV

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

The movement of people towards cities has accelerated over the past 40 years and is likely to continue for the foreseeable future. UNESCO predicts that by 2025 more than 1 out of 2 people on the planet will live in a city which will exacerbate existing difficulties faced around travel time, congestion, and pollution. As these impacts are felt throughout communities around the world, constituents and governments will demand new mobility solutions and technologies which are safer, greener and more connected in order to help offset these challenges.

Nacho Gimenez
Managing Director 
BP Ventures - Europe & Middle East

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

BP believes the real key to adoption of electric vehicles is more convenient and faster charging. It needs to be more convenient for consumers wherever they may want to charge their electric vehicle along their journeys. And charging needs to be faster – for cars from empty to full charge in less than 10 minutes. Consumers are looking for “on demand” and cost effective e-mobility solutions. The shift has already begun from car “ownership” to “usership”, with smart phone, app-based ride-sharing or pooling becoming more popular. Supporting fleets in enabling a cost effective and seamless supply of EVs and other mobility providers deliver city-friendly services that consumers want will be the other “tipping point”.

Mathias Reif
Partner // Executive Partner (Cologne) // Head of Corporate & M&A (Germany) // Global Head of DWF Israel Desk
DWF

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

In my opinion, future day to day mobility will back away from classic car transport and towards a shared economy, in which individual mobility concepts are more digitally linked. In our daily personal mobility, it will be common to use a mix of different means of transportation as an all-in-one solution, such as the deeper linking of train, bus, bike sharing, car sharing, e-scooters and, in the future, autonomous driving on the road and autonomous taxis in the air.

Oren Betzaleli
Senior Vice President Software Platforms Product Business Unit (PBU) & GM 
HARMAN

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

There is a change in what a consumer looks for when they buy a car. More people are looking into the technology – which is ‘driving’ the revolution in the industry. Our strategy at HARMAN is perfectly aligned on those ‘agents’ of change - customization, connectivity, cybersecurity, cloud & remote software management. These ‘agents’ are also pushing the envelope for in-vehicle experiences, the future of infotainment, mobility services, data and autonomous vehicles of course. The next five years will be very exciting for anyone working in automotive!

Oren Betzaleli
Senior Vice President Software Platforms Product Business Unit (PBU) & GM 
HARMAN

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

Digitalization and electrification of public and private transportation will enable new smart and sustainable mobility services, like mobility-as-a-service piloted in Helsinki.

Speakers

Challenge competitions are open to all startups!

Click below for more information and to apply now.

Brandon Eldredge
Chief Financial Officer, Mobility & Services Group
APTIV

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

The movement of people towards cities has accelerated over the past 40 years and is likely to continue for the foreseeable future. UNESCO predicts that by 2025 more than 1 out of 2 people on the planet will live in a city which will exacerbate existing difficulties faced around travel time, congestion, and pollution. As these impacts are felt throughout communities around the world, constituents and governments will demand new mobility solutions and technologies which are safer, greener and more connected in order to help offset these challenges.

Boris Shulkin
VP R&D
MAGNA

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

Scott Corwin
Managing Director & Leader of Future Mobility
Deloitte

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

The emergence of integrated digital platforms that can unlock the true potential of existing infrastructure and new mobility services and technology.

Roger Lanctot
Director
Automotive Connected Mobility

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

When every new car being shipped from car makers is equipped from the factory to be shared based on a code sent via smartphone.

Kobi Marenko
Co-Founder & Director
Arbe

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

We believe the advancement of autonomous capabilities will drive mobility towards and beyond the tipping point. What’s been holding mobility back has been a lack of viable technical solutions, primarily a trustworthy sensor suite that ensures autonomous vehicles can maneuver safely in every environmental scenario. 

Zohar Fox
Co-Founder & CEO
Aurora Labs

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

In-vehicle software management solution to future-proof the next generation of software-driven automotive features.

Yariv Bash
Co-Founder & CEO
Flytrex

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

A mixture of cultural acceptance and regulatory advancements. Once people realize self-driving cars are much safer than manned cars and once regulators will feel the technology is mature enough (ie - there's societal acceptance) - we will see a tipping point. Most of the technology is either there or almost there. 

Nacho Gimenez
Managing Director 
BP Ventures - Europe & Middle East

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

BP believes the real key to adoption of electric vehicles is more convenient and faster charging. It needs to be more convenient for consumers wherever they may want to charge their electric vehicle along their journeys. And charging needs to be faster – for cars from empty to full charge in less than 10 minutes. Consumers are looking for “on demand” and cost effective e-mobility solutions. The shift has already begun from car “ownership” to “usership”, with smart phone, app-based ride-sharing or pooling becoming more popular. Supporting fleets in enabling a cost effective and seamless supply of EVs and other mobility providers deliver city-friendly services that consumers want will be the other “tipping point”.

Mathias Reif
Partner // Executive Partner (Cologne) // Head of Corporate & M&A (Germany) // Global Head of DWF Israel Desk
DWF

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

In my opinion, future day to day mobility will back away from classic car transport and towards a shared economy, in which individual mobility concepts are more digitally linked. In our daily personal mobility, it will be common to use a mix of different means of transportation as an all-in-one solution, such as the deeper linking of train, bus, bike sharing, car sharing, e-scooters and, in the future, autonomous driving on the road and autonomous taxis in the air.

Oren Betzaleli
Senior Vice President Software Platforms Product Business Unit (PBU) & GM 
HARMAN

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

There is a change in what a consumer looks for when they buy a car. More people are looking into the technology – which is ‘driving’ the revolution in the industry. Our strategy at HARMAN is perfectly aligned on those ‘agents’ of change - customization, connectivity, cybersecurity, cloud & remote software management. These ‘agents’ are also pushing the envelope for in-vehicle experiences, the future of infotainment, mobility services, data and autonomous vehicles of course. The next five years will be very exciting for anyone working in automotive!

Oren Betzaleli
Senior Vice President Software Platforms Product Business Unit (PBU) & GM 
HARMAN

What will bring Mobility towards the Tipping Point in the next few years?

Digitalization and electrification of public and private transportation will enable new smart and sustainable mobility services, like mobility-as-a-service piloted in Helsinki.