Innovation in Micromobility | Panel Discussion |Melbourne
Be a part of a discussion led by a panel of design innovators, city makers & cutting edge researchers shaping the future of micromobility.
What is micro mobility? How do we make the future of micro mobility sustainable, safer and more accessible to all?
In this panel discussion, you will hear from innovators in various fields who are exploring the intersection of design, tech and place to help create a safer world for all.
Alice Woodruff – Director of Active City
Alice works in travel demand management and behavioural change interventions, geared towards creating more sustainable, happy and healthy communities and cities.
Ryan Tilley – Co-Founder of Rove Wheelchairs
Ryan is a design engineer on a mission to enable everyone to access the great outdoors regardless of their ability.
Dr John Symons – Victoria University
John is an economist who works in many areas of applied economics including health, the environment and road safety. He has published economic modelling of road safety interventions in The Lancet as well as case studies in India and Burundi. He is currently extending his research in this area with the FIA Foundation with a focus on active transport and mobility issues specific to young people.
Tim Ottaway – Co-Founder of Project Flock
Tim is an Industrial Designer and a passionate cycling enthusiast focussed on helping humans who ride to get home safe.