Andreas MaiFounder & CEO at ecomo
Andreas Mai is a recognized thought leader in digital innovation and the future of people and goods transportation, an angel investor and served on multiple boards. He is an expert in business and technology architectures covering connected and autonomous vehicle services, integrated multimodal city transportation systems as a service and ‘The Internet of Everything’ for automotive and insurance companies, public transportation and government agencies and mobile service providers and is frequently invited to speak at conferences worldwide.
Andreas has founded the technology startup ecomo that advises companies and startups in the mobility technology space and monitors over 700 companies with innovative solutions that have the potential to transform transportation.
Andreas served as Executive Vice President Market Development, Digital and Innovation at Keolis, a global leader in integrated multimodal passenger transportation. His team launched the first autonomous shuttles in mixed traffic in the United States and Canada.
Before joining Keolis, Andreas has built a reputation as recognized thought leader in the vehicle telematics industry and built and led Cisco’s connected vehicle business.
As consultant with Roland Berger and PRTM (PWC), he has advised automotive OEMs and suppliers and private equity investors in North America and Europe.
He has published a number of seminal papers at ITS and SAE World Congresses, including “Internet of Cars: A Business Case”, “Driving Disruptive Innovation in the Age of Digitization” in “Digital or Dead” and presented “A $5 Trillion Ticket: Funding the Future of Transportation” at the TEDx Wilmington Salon.
Andreas has served on multiple task forces of the World Economic Forum (e.g., Autonomous Vehicle, Smart City), and on the boards of the Connected Vehicle Trade Association, the Connected Car Council, Octo Telematics, Cohda Wireless, and Covisint.
Andreas earned a Degree (Dipl.-Kaufmann) in European Business from the Universities of Osnabrück (Germany), ESTE Universidad de Deusto (Spain), and Buckinghamshire (UK).