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Video, Pictures, Recap


Watch Our 2015 Event Sessions

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Video, Pictures, Recap


Watch Our 2015 Event Sessions

>> View the photos

>> Read the tweet-based recap

VIDEO HIGLIGHTS

 

All Sessions

Disrupting Mobility (Keynote Session) 

Dan Doctoroff, Sidewalk Labs; Kent Larson, MIT Media Lab; Victor Mendez, U.S. Department of Transportation; Nicholas Negroponte, MIT Media Lab

Technology Disrupting Mobility

Guy Fraker, AutonomousStuff; Donald High, Walmart; Sertac Karaman,  MIT Aero/Astro;
Gabe Klein, Fontinalis Partners; David Mahfouda, Bandwagon

Social Trends Disrupting Mobility

Paul DeLong, car2go; Tony Dutzik, Frontier Group; Colin Hughes, IDTP - Bikesharing perspective; Shomik Mehndiratta, Uber; Zachary Wasserman, Via; Erika Young, T4America 

Disrupting Cities

Edward Glaeser, Harvard University; Adam Greenfield, Urbanscale

Transforming Cities

Edward Glaeser, Harvard University; Adam Greenfield, Urbanscale; Philipp Rode, LSE; Janette Sadik-Khan, Bloomberg Associates; Anthony Townsend, Bits + Atoms

Mobility and the Sharing Economy

Bob Burns, B-Cycle; Emily Castor, Lyft; Steve Carroll, RideScout; Amanda Eaken, NRDC; Matt George, Bridj; Justin Holmes, Zipcar

Governing for Disruption

John Clippinger, MIT Media Lab & Berkman Center; Nigel Jacob, City of Boston; Paul Mackie, Mobility Lab; Peter Marx, City of Los Angeles; Chris Osgood, City of Boston
Bob Sheehan, U.S. DOT; Vincent Valdes, U.S.F.T.A 

Designing for Disruption

Florian Lennert, InnoZ; Rafaello D'Andreas, ETH Zurich; Mitchell Joachim, TerreForm ONE 

Moving Beyond Disruption

Kaye Ceille, Zipcar

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Pictures


Some pictures from the 2015 Disrupting Mobility Summit. 

Pictures


Some pictures from the 2015 Disrupting Mobility Summit. 

DISRUPTING MOBILITY SUMMIT 

 

NOVEMBER 5-7


Hackathon

NOVEMBER 11


Kick-off reception 

 

NOVEMBER 12


Registration & Breakfast


Event Welcome & Disrupting Mobility Keynote Session

Ryan Chin, MIT Media Lab; Florian Lennert, InnoZ; Philipp Rode, LSE; Susan Shaheen, U.C. Berkeley; Dan Doctoroff, Sidewalk Labs; Kent Larson, MIT Media Lab; Victor Mendez, U.S. Department of Transportation; Nicholas Negroponte, MIT Media Lab;  Greg Lindsay, New Cities Foundation (Moe


Technology Disrupting Mobility

Guy Fraker, AutonomousStuff; Donald High, Walmart; Sertac Karaman,  MIT Aero/Astro; Gabe Klein, Fontinalis Partners; David Mahfouda, Bandwagon; Greg Lindsay, New Cities Foundation (Moderator)


Innovating to Zero 

Philipp BouteillerBerlin TXL – The Urban Tech Republic; Marcus Coester, AeromovelLawrence Frank, University of British Columbia; Aaron Gowell, SilverRail Technologies; Philipp Rode, LSE; Max Schwitalla, Studio Schwitalla; Shoshana Zuboff, Harvard Business School; Florian LennertInnoZ (Moderator)


Social Trends Disrupting Mobility 

Paul DeLong, car2go; Tony Dutzik, Frontier Group; Colin Hughes, ITDP – Bikesharing perspective; Shomik Mehndiratta, Uber; Zachary Wasserman, Via; Erika Young, T4America; Susan Shaheen, U.C. Berkeley (Moderator)


Disrupting Cities / Transforming Cities

Edward Glaeser, Harvard University; Adam Greenfield, Urbanscale; Philipp Rode, LSE; Janette Sadik-Khan, Bloomberg Associates; Anthony Townsend, Bits + Atoms; Greg Lindsay, New Cities Foundation (Moderator)


Access & Mobility to Cross Income, Digital, and Land Use Divides 

Tilly Chang, San Francisco County Transportation Authority; Matt Caywood, Transit Screen; Ryan Johnson, Enterprise; Jeffrey Maltz, SilverRide; Jenny O'Brien, Hopista; Douglas Shinkle, National Conference of State Legislatures; Gerry Tierney, Perkins + Will (Moderator)


Poster session


Reception with award ceremony

 

NOVEMBER 13


Mobility and the Sharing Economy

Bob Burns, B-Cycle; Emily Castor, Lyft; Steve Carroll, RideScout; Amanda Eaken, NRDC; Matt George, Bridj; Justin Holmes, Zipcar; Tim Papandreou, San Francisco Municipal Transport Agency (Moderator)                                                                                               


Governing for Disruption 

John Clippinger, MIT Media Lab & Berkman Center; Nigel Jacob, City of Boston; Paul Mackie, Mobility Lab; Peter Marx, City of Los Angeles; Chris Osgood, City of Boston; Bob Sheehan, U.S. DOT; Vincent Valdes, U.S.F.T.A; Greg Lindsay (Moderator)


Designing for Disruption 

Raffaello D'Andrea, ETH Zurich; Mitchell Joachim, TerreForm ONE; Florian Lennert, InnoZ (Introduction); Ryan Chin, MIT Media Lab (Moderator)


Moving Beyond Disruption

Kaye Ceille, Zipcar; Susan Shaheen, UC Berkeley (Introduction); Greg Lindsay, New Cities Foundation (Closing Remarks)

 
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Recap


What happened during the Disrupting Mobility Summit? A tweet-based recap.

Recap


What happened during the Disrupting Mobility Summit? A tweet-based recap.

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Hackathon


Hackathon


Disrupting mobility hackathon 2015

theme: Urban Autonomous Delivery 

November 6-8, 2015

 

The Disrupting Mobility Hackathon 2015 will be about creating your own concepts for an Urban Autonomous Delivery system that moves goods, services, or people within a city.

 

The application of urban autonomous delivery is wide ranging. The six focus areas for this Hackathon are:

  1. Moving people (Seniors, people without a driver’s licence, drunk drivers, distracted drivers)

  2. Small packages (max. 17.88" x 12.38" x 3", e.g., Electronics/Books/small Furniture)

  3. Food & Beverages (Fit to temperature requirements)

  4. City Services (Garbage collection, street cleaning, street maintenance, parking tickets)

  5. Medical Services (Focus on safety, cleanliness)

  6. Disaster/Emergency Handling (Fire, Police, natural disasters)

During the event there will be a series of one-hour seminars where you can learn about sensors, controls, prototyping and fabrication, platforms, and programming. Prior to the event, a set of online tutorials will be provided on our website.

 

Expected Deliverables
Your team’s creative output could be in the form of mock-ups, working prototypes, virtual models (animation, video), graphics (renderings, infographics), simulation models, business and operational models. Hackathon kits will be provided during the event to assist you in your projects. Participants are welcome to bring any additional hardware, software, or other materials and components to the Hackathon.  

 

Evaluation criteria
Each team will present their concepts to a panel of expert judges at the end of the Hackathon starting at 2pm on Sunday, November 8th.

The judges will evaluate your project based on the following criteria:

  • Creativity, 20%

  • Feasibility, 20%

  • Scalability, 20%

  • User experience, 20%

  • Originality, 20%

Winners of the hackathon will be awarded prizes at the end of the event and will be given the opportunity to make a short presentation during the Disrupting Mobility Summit on November 12th.

 

Registration
This 48-hour Hackathon is open to university students and professionals. Participants are welcome to join from academia, government, and industry. We invite participants from the U.S. and abroad to attend this event. You can sign-up as a team (2 to 4 people) or register alone. Participants registering alone will be organized into small teams at the start of the event. There is a $20 registration fee per person for this event. The Hackathon will provide food during the event -- Evening of Nov 6th (snacks), Breakfast/lunch/dinner on Nov 7th, Breakfast/Lunch on Nov 8th. Registration information is below:

http://www.disrupting-mobility.org/registration-venue/#registration

 

More Information
For more information including schedules, venue, and FAQs please go here