This lecture took place on 29 September 2021.
Transportation is the largest source of CO2 emissions in many countries. Currently, the technology to measure, manage, and incentivize greener behavior doesn’t exist. MOBI is creating blockchain-based standards to identify vehicles, people, businesses, and the “Trusted Trip” — a key primitive enabling smart mobility and carbon tracking. Join MOBI’s own Tram Vo on 29 September to learn more about MOBI Trusted Trip and how it promises to transform the global mobility ecosystem.
Tram Vo is an interdisciplinary entrepreneur with an extensive background in the blockchain/DLT space. She is the Co-director/founder of MOBI, the Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative; Founder/CEO of Citopia, an open and decentralized mobility platform; as well as founder of DREAM, the Distributed Registry for Entertainment, Art, and Media. Prior to working in technology, Tram spent most of her career in academia and nonprofit sectors, where she consulted on heritage conservation/preservation projects for many global museums, universities, and NGOs such as UNESCO. She served the J. Paul Getty Trust in Los Angeles for almost two decades; leading highly specialized projects in the Middle East, North Africa, the US, Europe, and Asia.