In Ebike Markets, Design, & Disruption? Digital Convention At Finish Of October
October 2nd, 2020 by Michael Barnard
Two years in the past I went deep and broad on the electrical bike market and associated transformations in CleanTechnica. The 20-article collection included items on the global market, health implications, innovative disruption, urban planning implications, and design. Since then, electrical bikes have proliferated on the streets and pathways of cities globally.
COVID-19 has turned the dial on ebike gross sales as much as 11, with each producer seeing large upticks. In the meantime, the legacy motorbike business is going through the aftermath of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally COVID-19 superspreader event, placing extra pressure on an business that’s been challenged lately regardless.
And so, this 12 months, the EBike Future Conference is virtual and I’ll be one of many headliners. The record of audio system is broad. Kresimir Hlede of Greyp will likely be speaking about his firm’s Android connection platform for ebikes. Scott Montgomery of CrankTank will likely be speaking about US-centric ebike tendencies. Thorsten Heckrath-Rose of ROSE Bikes will likely be talking in regards to the inside the ebike enterprise and the way the business is shifting at light-speed from bricks and mortar to clicks and delivery. Don DiCostanzo of Pedego will likely be speaking about constructing an organization based mostly on values and the way that shapes their market progress. Alec Lim of Singapore-based REEVO will likely be talking about their hubless electrical bike particularly for city markets. Romain Erny of Select Paris Area will likely be speaking in regards to the influence of ebikes on the timeless Metropolis of Gentle. Naroa Coretti Sanchéz of MIT Media Lab will discuss how electrical bikes and small autonomous electrical autos are on the heart of their imaginative and prescient of the town of the longer term, one thing I explored in a two-part CleanTech Discuss with Anthony Townsend earlier this 12 months (part 1, part 2).
There’s extra within the agenda, however the focus is on a handy three-day international convention, with three hours of displays and Q&A per day within the afternoon in Europe, early morning on North America’s west coast, late morning on North America’s east coast, and night in Asia.
Choose your tickets up here and let your city planning, transportation entrepreneur, and biking contacts learn about it.
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