5th Annual TransForum: Forces Shaping Our Transportation Future

5th Annual TransForum: Forces Shaping Our Transportation Future

Smart Commute’s 5th Annual TransForum breakfast will feature futurist Thomas Frey, who will address questions like, “How will our lives be changed by advancements in robotics, in drone technology, and in manufacturing and transportation?”

Monday, June 19, 7:30 – 10:00 a.m.
Erie Community Center
450 Powers St, Erie, CO 80516

$60 – Smart Commute Members (non-member price:  $75)

Register soon!

 

Keynote: Thomas Frey, Futurist

Over the past decade, Thomas Frey, Executive Director of DaVinci Institute in Westminster, CO, has built an enormous following based on his ability to develop accurate visions of the future and describe the opportunities ahead. Having started seventeen businesses himself and assisting on the development of hundreds more, the understanding he brings to his audiences serves as a rare blend of reality-based thinking coupled with a clear-headed visualization of the world ahead. Predicting the future has little value without understanding the driving forces behind the trends, subtle nuances that can be leveraged, and implications for both the people directly affected in the industry as well as others farther down the technological food chain.

Before launching DaVinci Insitute, Tom spent 15 years at IBM as an engineer and designer where he received over 270 awards, more than any other IBM engineer.  He is also a past member of the Triple Nine Society.

 

 

Peter Muller, President, PRT Consulting

Mr. Muller is President of the Advanced Transit Association and has degrees in civil and environmental engineering from the universities of Cape Town and Colorado. He is a registered professional engineer and President of PRT Consulting, a company specializing in planning, engineering and procurement services related to automated transit networks (ATN). His interest in ATN began when, as Chairman of the Airport Consultants Council in 2000, he led an initiative to reinvent airports that found ATN could have a significant positive impact on the way airports are planned, built and operated. Since then he has discovered similar potential positive impacts on urban environments.

Thank you to our sponsors and supporters!

Presenting Level

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Seeking Sponsors

Partner Level

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Interested in sponsoring?  Sponsorship of our 5th Annual TransForum has real benefits!

Champion Level Sponsor- $1,000
Your logo on signage, marketing material and acknowledgement of sponsorship at the event.
Logo on table tents
8 seats at the event

Partnership Level Sponsor- $500
Your logo on marketing material and acknowledgment of sponsorship at the event.
Logo on table tents
4 seats at the event

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact Karen Stuart, 303-453-8513.