TC Sessions: Mobility 2020 is only 36 days away, and the countdown clock to save on passes runs out in just four days. If you want to engage in the largest mobility communities and want to meet the brightest minds, visionaries, makers, and investors from across the world, then mark your calendars for October 6-7. It is time to book your early-bird pass before the bird runs out on September 4 at 11:59 p.m. (PDT), and save a huge amount up to $100 over full price.
There are various benefits of attending TC Sessions: Mobility 2020. In case you’re launching a mobility start-up or you already are a well-known business, then you will gain helpful insight to grow your business.
According to Parag Demircioglu, CEO at Invemo and partner at Nito Bikes said that- “I learned a lot from the breakout sessions. An official from the Los Angeles DOT spoke about the city’s plan to build pathways for micro-mobility vehicles. Access to experts sharing that kind of information is essential for anyone launching a micro-mobility start-up. — He said.”
There is a lot of information about the activities in the TC session; people from all across the globe come to attend it. Now let us talk about the mobility menu.
Setting the Record Straight — The session is attended by various inventors and makers to showcase their work to the world. Argo AI has gone from an unidentified start-up to a company that is known for providing autonomous vehicle technology to Ford and VW. The company is gaining billions in investment from the two global vehicle automakers. In this session 2020, the Co-founder and CEO Bryan Salesky of Argo AI will talk about the company’s success journey, and their plans, and what takes to commercialize autonomous vehicle technology.
In addition to the above, this year is special, because the start-ups can gain vast information from the well-established business and their journey. TuSimple co-founder and CTO Xiaodi Hou and Boris Sofman, former Anki Robotics founder and CEO who now leads Waymo’s trucking unit, this time will discuss their business success journey and the challenges they faced to make their autonomous Trucking business accomplished.
Read more: Mobile World Congress 2021
Moreover, you will also hear interviews with technologists, investors, and top founders. This session will be joined by the big taxi booking service providers like Lyft and Uber, and household names like Porsche and Audi. But, among all the established names, the best part is that we also have ample room for upstarts. In a few days, the announcements related to how early-stage mobility startup founders can apply to participate in the session, so keep an eye on your notifications bar this time, so stay tuned.
Melika Jahangiri, vice president at Wunder Mobility, said that -“As a mobility company, we need to stay on the cutting edge of what’s happening in the space and know what others are doing. TC Sessions: Mobility helps us tap into the latest trends, like which cities are open to new services, which ones are having a harder time and what’s going on with MDS — probably the hottest topic at this point.”She said.