- Hyundai CRADLE Silicon Valley will host the seventh Mobility Innovators Forum on September 22 at the Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco
- In-person event to focus on the importance of bringing open innovation mindsets to human-centric mobility as well as the need for close collaboration between a wide range of stakeholders and industry players ‘ecosystem
- Virtual “MIF Ignite” Breakout Sessions Hosted by Hyundai to Foster Networking and Discussion Opportunities with Registered Audience
- Anyone interested can register via the website
Seoul, South Korea and MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., September 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Hyundai Motor Group (the Group) today announced that Hyundai CRADLE Silicon Valley will host the seventh annual Mobility Innovators Forum (MIF) on September 22 at the Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco.
Under the theme “Orchestrating Ecosystems”, participants will present and discuss how best to harmonize the interconnected innovations of mobility ecosystems to make a human-centric mobility future a reality.
“We are extremely excited to return to an in-person event at the Center for Fine Arts in San Francisco with a list of distinguished speakers for the MIF addressing this year’s theme ‘Orchestrating Ecosystems’ for Human-Centered Mobility,” said Henry Chung, SVP and Director of Hyundai CRADLE Silicon Valley. “With so many aspects of mobility innovation being dynamically affected by global events and the economy, we are all eager to hear how open innovation and other forms of collaboration can be better harnessed by our wide range of mobility innovation experts, spanning government, enterprise, academia, startups and investors.”
MIF 2022 will begin with a powerful speech by David HochschildChairman of the California Energy Commission and will follow with in-person discussions between mobility industry leaders, innovators, startups, and public and private sector investors.
The event will include a series of talks on various topics such as “Taking Action: The NorCAL ZERO Project”, “Preparing for the Next Build”, “Scaling Driverless Technology”, “Co-Designing and creating circularity’ and ‘The next era of mobility’.
Later in the day, a panel discussion on “Investing in mobility innovation and supporting the ecosystem” will be moderated by Marianne Wuventure capital partner of Congruent Ventures; Jake Wieseneckinvestment director at Maniv Mobility; chris stallman, Partner at Fontinalis; and Rens Valk, investor at Shell Ventures.
On the MIF websitevisitors can learn more about the various innovations of the Group through the digital content of MIF Channel.
SOURCEHyundai Motor Group