Shotl at TechCrunch Tel Aviv on June 7th

Israel is ahead of the game in a vast number of industries, being Mobility one of the most emerging and disruptive. Whether bringing up commercial drones, autonomous vehicles, new ride-share solutions or even flying cars, this innovative country is determined to lead the new transportation revolution.

It’s most prominent city, Tel Aviv, is on the course to become a world’s leading spot in the emerging smart mobility business. This was noticeably stated last Wednesday May 23rd at the 6th annual EcoMotion event, a conference that gathered over three thousand global participants, among whom business leaders, major investors, and entrepreneurs.

Another good opportunity to keep track of the latest novelties in the tech mobility industry will happen in just a week from now, at TechCrunch Tel Aviv 2018. A full-day conference that will take place at the Tel Aviv Convention Center on June 7th.

This time, Shotl On-demand Shuttles will be present at the Startup Alley to showcase the new version of the platform, including the Passenger’s App, the Driver’s App and the Management Module, and to share the results of our most recent deployments as well as the upcoming locations we’ll be rolling soon.

TechCrunch events are the ideal place to discover new startups, meet experienced investors, and get in touch with the tech media. Aside from the Startup Alley, TechCrunch will feature a set of talks and panels. Check the agenda and speakers here.

Come meet our management team at the Shotl’s demo table, next Thursday at TechCrunch Tel Aviv. Make sure you schedule your appointment at hello@shotl.com.

We look forward to meet you there.

 

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