The world stage for urban mobility disruption



The Urban Mobility Summit is back, and it’s going to be bigger and more international than ever before.  From 18 – 19 October, over 100 speakers will participate in dozens of keynotes, round tables and meetups across three dynamic stages. CEOs, city leaders, policymakers, mobility experts and innovators will come together to explore the most important topics in urban mobility today. Here is a sneak peak of just a few of the compelling conferences you can expect to experience at the Summit:

  • Air mobility and flying taxis: ready for take-off
  • The future of AVs and the cities that love them
  • The GDPR is here, is your mobility company ready?
  • Europe, China and the United States: 3 markets, 3 approaches to innovation
  • EU policy and what it means for the car industry

And so much more! A full, exciting program is coming soon.


Our Summit speakers hail from a diversity of backgrounds and countries, but they all have one thing in common: they are completely disrupting and transforming urban mobility as we know it. New extraordinary speakers are regularly being added to the lineup so check back often and get your tickets today!

Sean Behr is a serial entrepreneur with a proven track record in creating new technology platforms that reinvent existing markets. He’s the co-founder and president of STRATIM, a wholly owned subsidiary of KAR (NYSE: KAR). STRATIM provides the most comprehensive platform designed for managing urban fleets, including car- and ride-sharing and autonomous vehicles, currently used by 50+ mobility providers in 25 cities across the United States. Before STRATIM, he founded ZIRX a popular on-demand valet parking service, and built two companies and sold them for $1B ( acquired by AOL and acquired by eBay).

Sean Behr

Co-founder & President of STRATIM

Remo Gerber is Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) at Lilium – the Munich based aviation start-up building the world’s first all-electric air taxi. He was previously Managing Director of ground transportation disrupter Gett in the UK & Western Europe and COO of Groupon – the e-commerce marketplace – in Northern Europe. Born in Zürich, Remo is a physicist from ETH Zurich and has a PhD from the University of Oxford. Remo is a keen skier and likes to escape to the slopes of Switzerland as often as he can. He shares his time between Munich, Zurich and London, as well as continuing his mission to share the remarkable benefits the Lilium jet will bring to cities around the world.

Remo Gerber

CCO of Lilium


Peter Harris originally joined UPS in 1989 as an Automotive Supervisor and accepted the role of Sustainability Director for Europe in 2011. In addition to his UPS responsibilities, Peter is also a director of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, a public-private entity in the UK whose purpose is to accelerate the shift to low carbon vehicles and fuels. Prior to UPS Peter worked for 4 years with London Transport and 2 years as a volunteer agricultural engineer in Indonesia. Peter is the holder of a Masters degree in Engineering from Cambridge University, UK. He is also a Chartered Engineer (CEng) and a Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (MIMechE).

Peter Harris

Director of Sustainability, Europe at UPS


With over 20 years’ experience delivering solutions in the geospatial industry, Johan’s vision is to enable the smarter movement of people by providing real-time transit data and visualisation design service for journey planning and MaaS. Before Ito World, he was a company director at Esri, the world’s leading provider of geospatial software.

Johan Herrlin

CEO of Ito World


Laetitia Gazel Anthoine founded Connecthings in 2007. In 2015, she raised $11M to expand on the US market. Laetitia is member of the board of several organizations and the representative of the Women Initiative Foundation in New York.

Laetitia Gazel Anthoine

Founder & CEO of Connecthings


Currently a Policy Advisor at FiveAI, Leon Daniels was the Managing Director, Surface Transport at TfL where until December 2017 was responsible for delivering £3.5bn of road, light rail and transport services and all major, civil engineering infrastructure projects in the capital. He was also responsible for the successful delivery of transport during the ‘most successful public transport games ever’ in London 2012. He remains a Trustee of the London Transport Museum. Prior to joining TfL, in 1998 Leon had sold his own venture-capital backed business to a FTSE 100, multinational transport business, creating the largest and most profitable operating unit within this £3bn turnover organisation. Leon Daniels is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Transport, an Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Couriers and a Member of the Court of the Worshipful Company of Carmen.

Leon Daniels

Policy Advisor at Five AI & Former Managing Director, Surface Transport at TfL

Avery Ash serves as Autonomous Vehicle Lead for INRIX, the global leader in connected car services and intelligent movement. Avery leads the company’s global policy engagement and helps shape business strategy in the connected car and autonomous vehicle space. Prior to INRIX, Avery served as Director of Federal Relations for AAA where he was responsible for the Association’s federal advocacy on transportation, vehicle technology, mobility and energy issues. He currently serves on the World Economic Forum’s executive working group for Autonomous and Urban Mobility. Avery is a graduate of Bowdoin College with a joint degree in Economics and Anthropology.

Avery Ash

Autonomous Vehicle Lead at INRIX

Truly passionate about moving people and giving them time back for the important things in life, Fabien joined Volocopter to achieve exactly that. While building up Uber in Germany as General Manager, he realized that innovation continues to challenge regulation and that cooperation is crucial for developing new mobility products and services. At Volocopter he works with legislators and cities to enable air taxi services globally. Before dedicating his work to the future of mobility, Fabien gained broad experience in the tech, consulting, and VC industries. Volocopter GmbH is the global leader in the development of eVTOL as autonomous air taxis for the safe transport of people.

Fabien Nestmann

Head of Public Policy at Volocopter

Stan Boland is a co-founder and CEO of Five AI, a major start-up developing driverless car software which it will deliver as a service in our cities. He was previously co-founder and CEO of two of the UK’s most successful venture-backed communications silicon and software companies, Element 14 Inc. and Icera Inc., bought by Broadcom and NVIDIA respectively, for an aggregate value of over $1 billion. He is a graduate in physics from the University of Cambridge.

Stan Boland

Co-founder & CEO of FiveAI


Dr. Doug Kaufman is an experienced leader, entrepreneur, and the CEO of TransLoc Inc, a pioneering company delivering flexible, demand-driven microtransit technology and services to cities and municipal transit agencies. Having established itself as a market leader for on-demand microtransit solutions, TransLoc was recently acquired by Ford Smart Mobility. Under Doug’s leadership, TransLoc, based in Durham, North Carolina, was named to Fast Company’s 2017 list of the most innovative companies in transportation, alongside Uber and Tesla.

Doug Kaufman

Founder & CEO of TransLoc


Dr. Michael Barillère-Scholz has been Managing Director at ioki since 2017 – the new business line for Demand Responsive Transport, Mobility Analytics and Autonomous Driving of Deutsche Bahn. His special passions are sustainable mobility of tomorrow as well as agile, employee-centered organizational development. With his team at ioki, he brings digital mobility solutions on the streets. At the same time, he is currently being trained as a “Self Driving Car Engineer” at the Silicon Valley

Michael Barillère-Scholz

Managing Director of ioki, Deutsche Bahn



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