TransportUP has partnered with CoMotion again for its Miami LIVE conference coming June 16-17 both in person and streaming worldwide. The conference combines minds from the urban air mobility, autonomous/electric vehicles, and smart infrastructure/rideshare segments to share in a vision for the future of transportation. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, last year’s events were completely virtual, but with increased vaccinations and declining cases in the United States, CoMotion has opted to return to Miami for its annual conference.

“We urgently need transit that brings opportunities to every neighborhood, makes movement around Miami-Dade affordable for everyone, and reduces our impact on the environment.” – Daniella Levine Cava (Mayor, Miami-Dade County)

Mayors, industry/technology leaders, investors, and government authorities will share in two full days of immersive and inspirational talks, demos, and workshops in order to chart a path forward for cities and mobility as the U.S recovers from the pandemic.

In addition to the line-up of speakers, the conference will also host the 2021 iteration of the Miami Mobility Challenge. The Miami Mobility Challenge – M2 – is an opportunity for innovative companies to engage in Florida’s fast-expanding and dynamic new mobility ecosystem — and aids Floridian students in developing their skills and network. The winning team will be invited to collaborate with the City of Gainesville and/or Miami-Dade County on a pilot implementation of the winning concept.

Tickets are free to the public for limited access and those in the public sector or academia. Premium, all access passes can be purchased at the registration link below.

Why it matters: The COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult for mobility to network as an industry. CoMotion’s 2021 virtual and in-person conference will be invaluable to aerial mobility enthusiasts, industry leaders, and investors alike. For those not located in Miami, register today to get in on one of the first large scale conferences on aerial mobility of 2021.

Posted by Ross Piscoran

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