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EBIKE FUTURE CON PRE-SHOW
WARM UP FOR 2023
Get a feeling for the Ebike Future Conference by watching a few presentations from our previous editions. If you don´t have your ticket yet, join us for free on Day 1 (November 14th, 2023), and if you like what you see, upgrade to a Premium Pass for all three days. If you want to know the Program – check out our Conference Playbook.
Ryan Citron – 5 Big E-bike Trends for the Future
How e-bikes are disrupting the traditional bike industry.
Rodrigo Oliveira – Riding for Circular Economy
Drive the future of sustainability must be done in a decarbonized way. Green mining is a startup the collects recyclables in bars and restaurants using cargo bikes. They use technology to find post-consumer packaging and make an efficient collection without using fossil fuels. They hire waste pickers to guarantee labor compliance and use cargo bikes in each neighborhood of São Paulo to enhance the volume of recyclables collected to close the loop of the circular economy.
Ravindra Kemapaiah – Current state-of-the-art and Future of E-bike Batteries
Ravi Kempaiah is the founder of Zen Electric Bikes, in Halifax, Canada. Ravi holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering with a focus on Battery Materials and is an avid E-bike rider. From 2016 until 2022, he held the Guinness World Record for the longest journey on an electric bike. In this presentation, Ravi will talk about the current status of E-bike batteries, some of the challenges the industry is facing, and what the future might hold for E-bike battery technology.
Bastian Dietz & Hans-Peter Kleebinder & Asbjoerk S. Mogensen & Bertrand Barré
eBike Market Predictions – Who Will Dominate The Scene In The Upcoming Years?
The ebike market is booming, and new players are attracted to the scene. Who will bring it up next level? How can automotive, motorcycle, or other industries’ approaches impact this growing industry positively for all participants involved (including consumers)? How will this affect the existing industry? We’ll discuss these questions with three professionals from various backgrounds!
Tomi Viiala – HereToChange – The new car is a bike
The world is changing, and so are people’s modes of transportation. Stromer has been a leader in the electric bike industry since its inception with an innovative design that sets them apart from other brands on today’s market – we’ll share some insights about how Stromer started on a farm 2009 and became the global Nr. 1 S-Pedelec and how our data helps future developments of bikes and understand the needs of our customers and what are the future market trends in S-Pedelecs.
How Computer Vision Will Help Ensure A Safe Future For The E-Bike Industry
Aplications of Computer Vision have soared in the past year. However, while many of these are far from fruition, in the micromobility space it is quickly becoming a frontline solution to control shared fleets with visual, irrefutable and real-time proof of location – keeping both riders and vulnerable pedestrians safer. Similar to ADAS for cars the benefits are enormous – from vehicle detection & classification to situational awareness and theft prevention. Andrew will give an overview on the kinds of ebike use cases that could benefit from smart camera technology.
Morten Rynning – How to Downsize Cars Into eBikes – To Replace Car Traffic
In many markets, sales of ebike are about to outnumber sales of cars. According to McKinsey, the next big thing in urban mobility might be cargo ebikes and Minimobility. CityQ startup is launching a vehicle platform for smart 4-wheel ebikes with a car-like look, comfort, and capability. Why and how?
Claudia Wasko (Bosch), Ash Lovell (People for Bikes) – Discussion
Niklas Etzel & Aaron Powell
Social Proof in Action: Shark Tank brand turned its existing customers into its most valuable asset
Hear how Aaron Powell from Bunch Bike started connecting his undecided shoppers with existing customers to create a die-hard community, an increase in conversions, and a way to test his bikes nearly anywhere.
V-frames: Fully-automated production of Carbon Composite frames in 90 seconds in Germany will change the frame production industry
Cutting-edge European injection molding technology allows creating the world’s most environmentally friendly 100% recyclable bike frames with a 50% reduction of CO2 footprint, capable of just-in-time production anywhere in the world.
Discussion Don J.Gerhardt, Mark R. Smith, Ed Reynolds, Jack Martin, Ryan Gillespie: E-bike REPAIR TRENDS
The Inja – I Tested 44 E-bikes, and Here´s What Makes Them Suck
The E–Bike market is becoming saturated with a bunch of cheaply-made bikes shoved into the marketplace by no-name brands that will disappear 2 months later. Tons of quality control issues. Brake issues. Motor issues. Damaged packaging issues. Most E–Bikes use the same components across brands and makes/models, so let’s talk about how to make an affordable bike that doesn’t suck in some regard, and how to set realistic expectations for real-world usage specs in your marketing. This presentation clearly explains what the average consumer wants…. and wants to know before clicking “Add to Cart” and “Proceed to Checkout”.