Michelin Reveals Top 10 ‘Can’t-Miss’ Experiences
at Movin’On 2017
Three-day sustainable mobility symposium features visionary speakers and transformative technologies to spark creativity and drive collaboration
CLERMONT-FERRAND, France, and MONTREAL, June 7, 2017 ― Michelin, a global leader in sustainability and innovation, today revealed its list of the Top 10 “can’t-miss” experiences for attendees heading to Montreal next week for Movin’On 2017, the world’s largest collaborative symposium focused on solving the planet’s most pressing urban mobility challenges.
The full schedule for Movin’On 2017, which rolls into Montreal June 13―15, can be found at https://movinon.michelin.com/en/schedule/.
Can’t-miss speakers and panels include:
- Creating the intelligent and inclusive mobility of tomorrow, a panel discussion taking place under the Michelin 360 Big Top among top global mobility influencers such as:
- Jean-Dominique Senard, CEO of Michelin
- The Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, Government of Canada
- Jean Todt, President, Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) & U.N. Secretary General’s Special Envoy for Road Safety
- Rising above the road: the future of airborne mobility, an open conversation among modern-day pioneers of air transport including:
- Igor Pasternak, Founder and CEO, Worldwide Aeros
- Mark Moore, Director of Engineering, Uber Elevate
- Stephen Trimble, Managing Editor, Flightglobal Americas
- Connect the dots: the potential of multimodality, leaders in intermodal transport share their visions for combining modes of transport, with insights from:
- Jim Bruce, Senior Vice President and Chief Energy Policy Officer, Global Public Affairs, UPS
- Matt Muta, Vice President, Innovation & Operations Technology, Delta Air Lines
Can’t-miss vehicles include:
- GreenGT H2, the world’s first electric-hydrogen racecar, which produces its own electric power and releases only water vapor into the atmosphere
- DevBot, (the Robocar development vehicle) the world’s first fully driverless racecar from Roborace
- Tesla Model S and Model X autonomous electric vehicles, with level-three autonomous software and level-four hardware
- Sky Lab: Grab a seat and suspend 16 feet from the earth to boost creativity, taking group connections to a new level.
- Village Startup: Surround yourself with 50 key emerging players from three continents in sustainable urban mobility in this “super incubator” space.
- Mountain Lab: Take a walk on the high side with virtual reality simulation that provides new insight into the future of urban mobility.
- Cake Lab: Immerse yourself in collaborative techniques and sensory insights with a view of sustainability through the lens of the culinary industry.
Movin’On, presented by Michelin in association with C2, continues the 20-year tradition established by Michelin Challenge Bibendum as the world’s premiere and longest-running forum for sustainable mobility. Announced in December 2016, Movin’On 2017 in Montreal invites more than 3,000 participants from 35 countries to engage in a range of dynamic forums, including an exhilarating 360-degree technological platform for plenary sessions and other experiential presentations. Movin’On will also host collaborative workshops, master classes and labs that feature cutting-edge innovation and disruptive technology.
Movin’On is also open to the general public to attend. For pricing information and to register see movinon.michelin.com/en/buy-now/.
About Michelin North America
Dedicated to the improvement of sustainable mobility, Michelin designs, manufactures and sells tires for every type of vehicle, including airplanes, automobiles, bicycles, earthmovers, farm equipment, heavy-duty trucks and motorcycles. The company has earned a long-standing reputation for building innovative premium tires. In addition to tires, the company also publishes travel guides, hotel and restaurant guides, maps and road atlases. Headquartered in Greenville, S.C., Michelin North America (www.michelinman.com) employs about 22,700 and operates 19 major manufacturing plants.