MOBI Colloquiums (MoCos) explore the convergence of AI, IoT, Blockchain, Mobility, and Smart Cities to build the minimum viable ecosystem for human mobility by fostering creative and professional growth alike.
MoCos are the premier destinations for discovery. We provide opportunities for global professionals at every level to participate, learn, and network. Our colloquiums feature a variety of topics that allow attendees to explore what’s next in the worlds of mobility and blockchain technology, and how they intersect with smart city initiatives. MoCos prove that the most unexpected discoveries happen when diverse topics and people come together.
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MOBI has collaborated and organized numerous colloquiums to bring our community together for learning, networking, and speaking opportunities. Browse our collection for information, perspectives, and forecasts on smart and blockchain- driven mobility.
MoCo Virtual 2020
On October 29, 2020 we held a virtual colloquium co-organized with the Crypto Valley Association to explore the convergence of AI, IoT, Blockchain, Mobility, and Smart Cities to build the New Economy of Movement, a new trust ecosystem for human mobility that fosters and promotes innovation.
MoCo Berlin 2020
MOBI hosted MoCo Berlin at Factory Berlin Görlitzer Park, in collaboration with the Daimler Mobility Blockchain Factory, Bosch, MHP, and Riddle and Code on February 18, 2020. Considering the role of emerging technology in the public conversation around data, Berlin served as a relevant and thriving location for introducing the New Economy of Movement.
MoCo Los Angeles 2019
MoCo Los Angeles marked the seventh smart mobility colloquium hosted by MOBI on November 12-13, 2019 at the historic Alexandria Ballrooms. Key mobility stakeholders, public officials, and tech innovators came together to share ideas and demonstrate the latest IoT, AI, and blockchain technology, including the first-ever multi-stakeholder car wallet demo.
Click the link to discover MoCos from the early days of MOBI. Here you can gain valuable insight on mobility perspectives in India, China, Europe, and understand efforts being made to create the new economy of movement.