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Timothy Papandreou

Director Strategic Planning and Policy, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency

Timothy Papandreou is a recognized leader, change agent, and accomplished international keynote speaker with more than 18 years of experience in transportation and land-use planning, design, project management and operations in the U.S. and Australia. He is a trusted adviser to non-government organizations, companies, cities and federal governments on strategy and emerging transportation trends. He represents the SFMTA at local, state and federal policy bodies; is transportation adviser to international bodies like the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation; mentors transportation professionals and mobility start-up tech companies; and advises San Francisco’s sister cities.

Timothy leads cross-functional teams responsible for developing the SFMTA’s six–year strategic work plan to meet the agency’s safety, mode shift, quality of life and economic prosperity and organizational effectiveness goals. His teams develop, and prioritize  integrated, multi-modal strategies, policies and complete streets designs for walking, bicycling, public transit, car/bike/scooter sharing, ridershare /taxis, corporate buses, service deliveries, parking and driverless vehicles/delivery drones.
Timothy is also Co-Chair of the Mayor’s Vision Zero transportation safety task force to eliminate traffic deaths by 2024. He  bikes the talk and has lived car free in LA & SF for over 15 years using a combination of bicycles, public transit, car pooling, taxis and car rentals.


Serge Passolunghi

Director Renault Innovation Silicon Valley

Currently appointed as Director of RENAULT INNOVATION Silicon Valley Lab. to introduce Connected Car & Autonomous Driving within the Renault-Nissan Line-up. I'm continuously looking for Open Innovation, Disruptive Approach and Changes towards Unknowns. Graduated as Professor in Automation and Manufacturing from the « Ecole Normale Supérieure » and a 3rd degree in Computer Sciences, Robotics and Industrial Automation. I spent 15 years in Renault Engineering & IT as Project Leader and Manager for digital tools introduction. I developed a recognized expertise in such a technology and process. 
Before joining RENAULT Company in 1999, I spent several years as Professor with different experiences from teaching and training to management and entrepreneurship. My golden values are about Collaboration, Change Management, Innovation, Thinking differently, Connecting people, Coaching and Developing them... and Learning.




Brandon Davito

Vice President, Smart Cities, Silver Spring Networks

Brandon Davito is the Vice President for Silver Spring’s Smart Cities business. Brandon Davito joined Silver Spring in 2009, and has developed and led service delivery for strategic accounts in the US and international markets. Prior to Silver Spring, Brandon was an Engagement Manager for McKinsey & Company’s San Francisco Office. During his tenure at McKinsey, Brandon served utility and high tech clients, with a focus on technology’s impact on the energy industry. Previously, he was a product manager for BuildPoint Corporation a software company serving the construction industry. Brandon has a MBA and a Master of Engineering Management from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, and a BA in History and a BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Stanford University.


Francois Oudot

Chef de projet Client, Sigfox

Francois Oudot a travaillé plus de 3 ans dans l'espace IOT/M2M. Avant de rejoindre SIGFOX, il était chargé chez Atos de la gestion des produits pour la plate-forme de vie connectée. Maintenant chez SIGFOX, Francois aide et assiste les clients dans leur processus d'adoption de ce réseau nouveau qui marque une rupture.

SIGFOX est la première et la seule entreprise offrant une connectivité cellulaire globale pour l'Internet des objets, entièrement dédiée aux communications des petites données. SIGFOX réinvente la connectivité en abaissant radicalement les coûts et la consommation d'énergie des appareils connectés.


Scott Mauvais

Director, Technology & Civic Innovation, Microsoft

Scott Mauvais does – and then some: He’s co-owner of The WELL, the 30-year-old groundbreaking online community. For more than 14 years, Scott has worked with Microsoft’s top technology experts and problem-solvers, most recently as director of the Microsoft Technology Center. Now he’s applying Microsoft’s unique assets to solve urban-scale problems in the city of San Francisco.