Transportation 2.0 at Austin Forum, Nov 8
Scooters, flying cars, a city-wide gondola system, the Hyperloop or something else? Learn more about how tomorrow’s Central Texans will get from Point A to Point B at “How Technology Will Transform Transportation and Mobility” at the Austin Forum on Thursday, November 8.
Speakers for this panel discussion include Kathleen Baireuther (Ford), Barry Einsig (CAVita), Gregg Hansen (GM), Jason JonMichael (City of Austin Smart Mobility), and Karla Taylor (City of Austin Transportation), and Alex Sabatier (NVIDIA).
Doors for the Thursday, November 8 edition of the Austin Forum open at 5:45 pm and the conversation begins at 6:15 pm. RSVP now to ensure your spot! Location for the Austin Forum is the Central Library at 710 W. Cesar Chavez.
Speaking of forward-thinking transportation ideas, you will find plenty of these within the hundreds of sessions scheduled for SXSW 2019. To this end, one lucky attendee at the Austin Forum on Thursday, November 8 will win a FREE FREE FREE badge for next year’s big event!
More Upcoming Austin Events
Nov 5–9: Austin Design Week
Nov 6: 2018 Midterm Elections
Nov 6–7: Time Machine 2018
Nov 6–8: Developer Week Austin
Nov 8: Austin Forum on Technology and Transportation
Nov 8: Transformation of the Financial Services Industry
Nov 12: BioAustin BioBash Fall 2018
Nov 14: The State of Texas Venture Capital
Nov 15: SXSW Pitch Entry Deadline
Nov 15: SXSW Interactive Innovation Awards Late Entry Deadline
Nov 27–28: Solar Business Festival
Nov 28: Campfire Entrepreneur Networking: Tech Ranch and IncubatorCTX
Jan 26: Smart City Saturday Teen-Only Hackathon
Hugh Forrest serves as Chief Programming Officer at SXSW, the world’s most unique gathering of creative professionals. He also tries to write at least four paragraphs per day on Medium. These posts often cover tech-related trends; other times they focus on books, pop culture, sports and other current events.
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