How was your first day at TC Sessions: Mobility 2022? We hope you’re completely caffeine-free and ready to go, because day two is packed with cutting-edge technology, opportunities galore and more top-notch programming. Finish your coffee, browse the events calendar and plan your day.

We’ve taken the liberty of highlighting just a few of the presentations you won’t want to miss. Enjoy the adventure!

Ready for a road trip? Audi spin-off Holoride covers all your entertainment needs – and you don’t have to wait for full autonomy either. The in-car VR system turns any vehicle into a moving theme park — and it’s rolling out in Audi cars as early as this summer. Nils Wollny, co-founder and CEO of Holoride, will talk about where technologies – such as VR, blockchain, NFTs and cryptocurrency – fit into the automotive space.

Brace yourself for a fascinating look at automotive cybersecurity. In 2015, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek hacked into a famous Jeep Cherokee and took control. Today, the duo — undisputed leaders in the cybersecurity industry — hold top security positions at Cruise, the self-driving company backed by GM. They join us on stage to discuss the ever-changing safety risks associated with today’s connected cars – and tomorrow’s robotic axis.

Don’t miss the moment when Arrival’s prototype finally, well, arrives. Last year, the company announced a partnership with Uber in the UK. The plan? Design and build an affordable electric vehicle built specifically for rides. This is the prototype’s first public debut before the vehicle (hopefully) goes into production. Arrival president Avinash Rugoobur will talk about the prototype design process and other projects in the pipeline or around the corner.

A solid pitch is essential if you want to fund your startup dream. Grab your favorite note-taking device and head to the blogline Mobility pitch-off. Dozens of the industry’s brightest mobility entrepreneurs will bring the heat and pitch to a live audience – and a panel of expert VCs who will then provide invaluable feedback. Watch. Listen. To learn.

Forget knights – they are so sixth century. We have Entrepreneurs from the Round Table. Well, round table discussions. Check out the three we have on tap today.

The future of fleets: While fleets represent an important opportunity to quickly achieve scale in green mobility, the customer is different from other commercial and industrial customers. Join Doug Davenport, the Founder and Executive Director of ProspectSV, for a discussion about the needs of institutional clients and how to win in this unique market. Sustainable Mobility in Emerging Markets: Optimizing People, Planet and Profit through Technology: Join Damilola Olokesusi, the CEO and Co-Founder of Shuttlers – a technology-driven transportation startup in the highly congested metropolis of Lagos and Abuja – for a discussion on the long-term sustainability of transport. The focus? How technology can optimize three key pillars – people, planet and profit – to provide awareness of and solutions to the shortcomings of transportation technology in emerging markets. Why you can’t build a new electric car in corporate America: Gas-powered cars and motorcycles have been around for over a hundred years. During that time, car brands and large companies have accumulated a wealth of capital and experience. Talk about a deep-seated legacy. But with the big push for electrification, that legacy is a bit of a crutch. Join Richard Meaux, COO of Exro Technologies, to learn and discuss why electrification requires a massive shift in mindset. And through that shift, corporate America is learning from agile tech startups that are working with the latest electrification technology and thinking way beyond “how things are done.”

That’s day two of TC Sessions: Mobility 2022 in a nutshell. Wait, don’t you have a ticket? Don’t worry – you can still buy a pass for just $65. See you there!


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