Andreas Mai

Angel Investor & Thought Leader, Digital Innovation and Transportation

  • Andreas Mai`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects Andreas Mai`s U.S. Speaking Fee

    $10,001 - $20,000

  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    Michigan, USA

  • Andreas Mai`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects Andreas Mai`s U.S. Speaking Fee

    $10,001 - $20,000

  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    Michigan, USA

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A $5 Trillion Ticket: Funding the Future of Transportation

Oversized one occupant vehicles create never ending traffic jams and suffocation pollution in our fast-growing cities, killing 1.3 Million people in crashes and 2.4 Million with vehicle pollution each year. Chronically underfunded, most of our roads and many...

Oversized one occupant vehicles create never ending traffic jams and suffocation pollution in our fast-growing cities, killing 1.3 Million people in crashes and 2.4 Million with vehicle pollution each year. Chronically underfunded, most of our roads and many of our bridges are falling apart. As a result, all of us are paying an indirect tax of $10,000 per vehicle each year. In his talk, Andreas Mai makes a compelling case for investing 12¢ per vehicle mile to fix our broken personal and public transportation systems, and to jump-start a fortuitous cycle of innovation in transportation that could give 1.7 Billion poor people access to more affordable mobility and create $5 Trillion economic value around the world.

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Digitization of Transportation: $5 Trillion Global Net Economic Value at Stake

We are in the early stages of a massively disruptive shift to electric, connected, shared vehicles, (“uberization”) and self-driven vehicles.  Governments and stakeholders in the automotive, public transportation, mobility-as-a service, telematics, ...

We are in the early stages of a massively disruptive shift to electric, connected, shared vehicles, (“uberization”) and self-driven vehicles.  Governments and stakeholders in the automotive, public transportation, mobility-as-a service, telematics, fleet management and intelligent transportation industries are working on how they can secure benefits and minimize collateral damage from this disruption. Over the next ten years, the digitization of the transportation of people and goods is set to create $5 Trillion of net economic value globally. The underlying economic model integrates over 450 effects from numerous academic and industry studies into a comprehensive financial model that describes the actual value at stake and the flow of money between the potential winners and likely losers of this imminent transformation of road transportation. In his presentation, Andreas Mai will share key results of his study to assist business leaders and policy makers with their innovation, investment and partnership strategies.

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Trends Transforming Transportation

We are in the early stages of a massively disruptive transformation of the transportation of people and goods. While autonomous technology is getting most of the attention today, an avalanche of digital technologies is driving much more exponential ...

We are in the early stages of a massively disruptive transformation of the transportation of people and goods. While autonomous technology is getting most of the attention today, an avalanche of digital technologies is driving much more exponential disruptions that have the potential to break the historic barriers between currently separated modes of personal, public and goods transportation and to topple the traditional business architectures of transportation companies. In his presentation, Andreas Mai will highlight some of the most disruptive trends and the resulting need for a more open ecosystem approach to innovation.

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Re-Inventing Personal Mobility: "The Valley" or "The Lakes"?

The race to win the future mobility services business has begun. It is wide open how automakers (“The Lakes”) will fare. Will automakers be crossing the finish line first, or will they be delayed or even get stranded in the pits of the past, tuning ...

The race to win the future mobility services business has begun. It is wide open how automakers (“The Lakes”) will fare. Will automakers be crossing the finish line first, or will they be delayed or even get stranded in the pits of the past, tuning technologies and business models that have been working well for them for a century, but are only marginally suited to strive in a future driven by connected autonomous vehicles and connected transportation value chains? Or will “The Valley” win this race by transporting successful business models and fast paced innovation models from the virtual into the physical business of getting people to where they want faster and at lower cost? This presentation provides perspectives on some of the critical success factors and who controls them, at least for now…

 

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What are the Odds of Winning a Digital War in Transportation?

Digital giants with superior technologies, an army of top talent and filled war chests are attacking the traditional business of transporting people and goods with disruptive technology ...

Digital giants with superior technologies, an army of top talent and filled war chests are attacking the traditional business of transporting people and goods with disruptive technology and business architectures. In his presentation, Andreas Mai shares key innovations disrupting the transportation industry and makes a case for new approaches to innovation in the age of digitization.

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Digital or Dead: Driving Disruptive Innovation in the Age of Digitization

We are in the early stages of a massively disruptive digital transformation that unhinges the traditional rules of competition for the transportation of people and goods.  Enterprises are creating hyper-connected ecosystems, by connecting their products and...

We are in the early stages of a massively disruptive digital transformation that unhinges the traditional rules of competition for the transportation of people and goods.  Enterprises are creating hyper-connected ecosystems, by connecting their products and value chains with non-traditional ecosystem partners. At the same time, the technology food chain is evolving faster than ever. Software nibbles on hardware, ever more sophisticated analysis tools are eating software, automation is munching on analysis, and artificial intelligence is taking big bites out of automation. Using the automotive industry as an example, Andreas Mai will show how digitization drives exponential change and demands new approaches to deliver business model and technology innovation.

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Big Data is Dead: Long Live the Big Data Market

As connectivity is becoming a standard feature of modern vehicles, automakers, insurers and mobile service providers are collecting exabytes of vehicle data each month. Every day, this avalanche of data is growing in server silos, while the industry keeps ...

As connectivity is becoming a standard feature of modern vehicles, automakers, insurers and mobile service providers are collecting exabytes of vehicle data each month. Every day, this avalanche of data is growing in server silos, while the industry keeps struggling to extract value from their data. An unresolved mystery surrounds the questions of who will pay, how much, to whom and for what data insights? This presentation makes a compelling case for a cross-industry data market place to truly unlock the value of data for individual industry players and society at large.

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Beyond the “Uberization” of Transportation: Integrated Multimodal Mobility as a Service

 While autonomous technology is getting most of the attention in transportation today, autonomous vehicles will be just one of multiple means of transportation in the broader mobility ecosystem with ride and vehicle sharing and all other modes of public ...

 While autonomous technology is getting most of the attention in transportation today, autonomous vehicles will be just one of multiple means of transportation in the broader mobility ecosystem with ride and vehicle sharing and all other modes of public transportation. In his presentation, Andreas Mai will share key lessons from cities in the US and abroad which are delivering integrated multimodal mobility as a service, incentivizing mode shift, congestion relief and cleaner mobility options.

 

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The Revolution of Transportation is Driven by Automation – Really?

 Autonomous, connected, electric and shared vehicles are emerging fast and are set to transform transportation as we know it. In his presentation, Andreas Mai will showcase how the emergence of entirely new vehicle types and new in vehicle services can enable...

 Autonomous, connected, electric and shared vehicles are emerging fast and are set to transform transportation as we know it. In his presentation, Andreas Mai will showcase how the emergence of entirely new vehicle types and new in vehicle services can enable new business models that have the potential to disrupt traditional transportation players and to make mobility more affordable for all of us

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About Keynote Speaker Andreas Mai

About Speaker Andreas Mai…

Andreas Mai is an angel investor, recognized thought leader in digital innovation and the future of transportation and served on multiple boards. He is an expert in business and technology architectures covering autonomous vehicles, public transportation, mobility as a service and ‘The Internet of Everything’ for automotive and insurance companies, service providers and government agencies, and is frequently invited to speak at conferences worldwide.

In 2017, Andreas has founded the technology startup ecomo that advises companies and startups in the mobility technology space and monitors over 700 companies with innovative solutions that have the potential to transform transportation.

Andreas served as Executive Vice President Market Development, Digital and Innovation at Keolis, a global leader in integrated multimodal passenger transportation. His team launched the first autonomous shuttles in mixed traffic in the United States and Canada.

Before joining Keolis, Andreas has built a reputation as recognized thought leader in the vehicle telematics industry and built and led Cisco’s connected vehicle business.

As consultant with Roland Berger and PRTM (PWC), he has advised automotive OEMs and suppliers and private equity investors in North America and Europe.

He has published a number of seminal papers at ITS and SAE World Congresses, including “Internet of Cars: A Business Case”, “Driving Disruptive Innovation in the Age of Digitization” in “Digital or Dead” and presented “A $5 Trillion Ticket: Funding the Future of Transportation” at the TEDx Wilmington Salon.

Andreas has served on multiple task forces of the World Economic Forum (e.g., Autonomous Vehicle, Smart City), and on the boards of the Connected Vehicle Trade Association, the Connected Car Council, Octo Telematics, Cohda Wireless, and Covisint.

Andreas earned a Degree (Dipl.-Kaufmann) in European Business from the Universities of Osnabrück (Germany), ESTE Universidad de Deusto (Spain), and Buckinghamshire (UK).

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