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Electriphi Speaks at Annual Low Carbon Smart Mobility Technology Conference

Wendy Zhao
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CUTRIC Low Carbon Smart Mobility Technology Conference
Annual Smart Mobility conference held by Canadian Urban Transit Research & Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC)

Electriphi's Joel Torr will be speaking at the annual Low-Carbon Smart Mobility Technology Conference hosted by Canadian Urban Transit Research & Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC-CRITUC) June 17 - 19 this year. Our team is excited for this invitation to provide expertise on ZEB Tracking & Performance Evaluation: Improving Operations, Reducing Costs, and Delivering Better Zero-Emissions Transit-Client Services on June 19 alongside industry experts from Init, GeoTab, and Clever Devices. All are welcome to tune in and join us at this event in its first ever fully digital format. Registration can be done on the CUTRIC website: https://conferences.cutric-crituc.org/home

Event: As the leading conference in zero-emissions transit and smart mobility, the Low-Carbon Smart Mobility Technology Conference aims to educate and mobilize industry champions, policy makers, planners, and integrators. This conference is for those who are keen to partake in the best learning experience in the country for low and zero emission transportation solutions, smart mobility technology applications, and big data sharing and analysis.

The conference will have distinguished keynote speakers including:

  • Theresa Cooke, VP Corporate Business Development, Siemens Canada
  • Ryan Popple, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Proterra  
  • Robbert Lohmann, CCO, 2getthere
  • Rob Campbell, CCO, Ballard
  • Frank Muehlon, Managing Director - Global E-Mobility Infrastructure Solutions, ABB

The Canadian Urban Transit Research & Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC) spearheads, designs, and launches technology and commercialization projects that advance next-generation mobility and transportation technologies across Canada. CUTRIC’s work generates solutions that decrease fuel consumption, reduce emissions, eliminate redundancies, reduce congestion, improve quality of life for mobility customers and transit riders. More details can be found on https://cutric-crituc.org/about/