Grow Ann Arbor’s mobility ecosystem.
Graduate Ann Arbor & The American Center for Mobility
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Building on the success of last year’s event, the 2019 Ann Arbor Mobility Summit returns as part of the week-long a2Tech360 program which celebrates regional innovation.
The summit aims to grow the mobility ecosystem in the Ann Arbor region by fostering participation and encouraging collaboration among attendees. The agenda will include local and national presenters, spotlighting mobility trends along with the groundbreaking projects happening in and around downtown Ann Arbor.
After lunch, the attendees will have a unique opportunity to visit and tour the American Center for Mobility, a premier facility for testing and validation of connected and automated vehicle technology. The day will end with a networking reception.
Ann Arbor Mobility Summit 2019 Schedule
Registration and Networking Breakfast
Keynote Speaker: John Tolva – The New Mobility Ecosystem: Challenges and Opportunities
Startup Spotlight 1: Bedestrian
Startup Spotlight 2: S3D Precision Dispensing
Thought Leader Presentation: Ann Arbor Mobility Transformation – Building the Urban Data Platform of the Future
Panel: Building Ann Arbor’s Mobility Data Platform
Deloitte Consulting(M)/ Ford Smart Mobility / City of Ann Arbor/ World Economic Forum / Detroit Mobility Lab
Networking Coffee Break (15mins break)
Panel: Accelerating Innovation through Mobility Coalitions
PlanetM (M)/ Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (TheRide)/ Humanizing Autonomy/ Mcity, University of Michigan/ MICHauto
Thought Leader Presentation: Getting There: Barriers and Facilitators to Transportation Access in Underserved Communities
Startup Spotlight 3: Voxel51
Startup Spotlight 4: P3Mobility
Thought Leader Presentation: The Ann Arbor Connected Environment
Panel: Living Lab for connected and automated vehicle deployment
Ann Arbor SPARK(M)/ American Center For Mobility / Energy Institute, University of Michigan. / Moritz von Grotthuss / ThorDrive
Excursion Tour: American Center for Mobility (ACM)
Visit includes bus travel from Graduate to ACM and back to Graduate Hotel + Presentation by ACM Leadership + Tour of the facility + Networking Reception at ACM)
Networking Reception at American Center for Mobility
Buses leave American Center for Mobility to return to Graduate
Meet the speakers:
Ford Smart Mobility
Angela Ayers is the Michigan Mobility Strategist for Ford Smart Mobility, where she works with local businesses, stakeholders, public agencies, community members, and Ford partners to identify, build, and launch projects that solve urban mobility challenges, support economic development, enhance local place making, and improve the quality of life in Michigan.
She recently served as the Director of Strategic Policy for Governor Rick Snyder where she led high level policy initiatives for the Administration including infrastructure and the environment. She also served as the Governor’s Deputy Director of Strategy and his Special Advisor on the Environment. She also previously held the role of Deputy Director of the Michigan Office of the Great Lakes.
Prior to joining the Governor’s Office, Ms. Ayers served in the Executive Office of the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments where she engaged on regional economic development, infrastructure, and water quality issues. She began her career in government in the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development where she spearheaded the State of Michigan’s efforts combating the Emerald Ash Borer.
Angela holds her M.S. of Public Policy from the University of Michigan, Dearborn and her B.S. in Forestry from Michigan State University. She became a fellow of MSU’s Great Lakes Leadership Academy in 2011 and served as an Executive Coach for the advanced leadership program from 2016-217. She has held various board positions including the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy, co-chair of the Governor’s Recycling Council, and as a member of the 21st Century Infrastructure Commission. She currently serves on the board of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Outdoor Adventure Center and as a governor-appointed commissioner on the Michigan Public Service Commission.
University of Michigan
Kira Barton is an Associate Professor and Miller Faculty Scholar in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan. She is also a Core member of the Robotics Institute. Kira conducts research in modeling, sensing, and control for applications in advanced manufacturing and robotics, with a specialization in Iterative Learning Control and micro-additive manufacturing. Kira is the recipient of an NSF CAREER Award in 2014, 2015 SME Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award, the 2015 University of Illinois, Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering Outstanding Young Alumni Award, the 2016 University of Michigan, Department of Mechanical Engineering Department Achievement Award, and the 2017 ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Young Investigator Award.
Debby Bezzina holds a BS in electrical engineering, an MBA, and program management professional certification (PMP). Ms. Bezzina has over thirty years of experience in the automotive industry, and has served as a program manager for eighteen years. She served as Visteon’s program manager on two USDOT-funded field operational tests of automotive advanced-safety-systems research (road departure crash warning FOT and integrated vehicle based safety systems FOT). Prior to Visteon, Debby worked at General Motors on vehicle control modules and audio in the Truck Group, and Ford Motor Company in the Engine Design Division. She was the senior program manager for the Safety Pilot Model Deployment and at present is the senior program manager for the Ann Arbor Connected Vehicle Test Environment at UMTRI. Concurrently, she is the Connected Working Group lead for Mcity and the Managing Director of the Center for Connected and Automated Transportation.
Corso is Co-Founder / CEO of the computer vision startup Voxel51 and an associate professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan. He received his PhD and MSE degrees at The Johns Hopkins University in 2005 and 2002, respectively, and the BS Degree with honors from Loyola College In Maryland in 2000, all in Computer Science. He spent two years as a post-doctoral fellow at the University of California, Los Angeles. From 2007-14 he was a member of the Computer Science and Engineering faculty at SUNY Buffalo. He is the recipient of a U Michigan EECS Outstanding Achievement Award 2018, Google Faculty Research Award 2015, the Army Research Office Young Investigator Award 2010, NSF CAREER award 2009, SUNY Buffalo Young Investigator Award 2011, a member of the 2009 DARPA Computer Science Study Group, and a recipient of the Link Foundation Fellowship in Advanced Simulation and Training 2003. Corso has authored more than 135 peer-reviewed papers and hundreds of thousands of lines of code on topics of his research interest including computer vision, robot perception, data science, and medical imaging. He is a member of the AAAI, ACM, MAA and a senior member of the IEEE.
Raj is a Senior Manager in Deloitte Digital where he specializes in Automotive and Transportation solutions. Raj is part of Deloitte’s Future of Mobility practice. He helps clients develop, manage and optimize their business transformation efforts enabled by data, operations and technology.
Raj’s 17 + years experience includes successfully partnering with business and technology teams while building strong relationships, which allows him to identify and cultivate opportunities, develop innovative solutions and lead enterprise-level delivery teams. He has led multiple digital transformation engagements for customer and marketing, data and analytics, and urban mobility management initiatives.
University of Michigan
Tawanna is an Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan’s School of Information and holds a courtesy appointment with the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department. She leads the Social Innovations Group (SIG), an interdisciplinary group of individuals whose vision is to design, build, and enhance technologies to solve real-world problems affecting marginalized groups and individuals primarily in the U.S. Her current projects aim to address unemployment, environmental sustainability, and technical literacy by fostering social and socio-technical capital within these communities.
Tawanna holds a M.S. and Ph.D. in Human-Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon University, a M.S. in Computer Science from the Oregon Health and Science University, and a B.S. in Computer Engineering from North Carolina State University. She was also a software engineer at Intel Corporation for seven years.
Moritz von Grotthuss
Moritz von Grotthuss is a tech-nerd, innovation enthusiast, automobilist and entrepreneur. After some years in legal, sales and consultancy, he followed his heart and joined gestigon as a late founder and CEO in 2012. Early 2017 gestigon was acquired by Valeo and is now a center piece of Valeo’s Interior Cocoon strategy to further improve automotive safety and enable enhanced usability and user experience. In Q2 2019 Moritz left Valeo together with his long-term technical co-founder to return to his entrepreneurial roots. They will now focus on specific uses cases in driving assistance and (semi) autonomous driving beyond urban mobility and highways.
World Economic Forum
Mouchka Heller leads the World Economic Forum’s work on smart, integrated mobility, in which capacity she helps design, test, execute and globally scale initiatives that make the movement of people and goods in cities more sustainable, affordable, accessible and efficient, to foster inclusive economic growth while harnessing innovation. In this capacity, she currently manages a pilot building a catalytic integrated mobility platform in Detroit (MI), Ann Arbor (MI), and Windsor (ON). Mouchka joined the Forum from the Consulate of Canada in NY where, as Trade Commissioner of infrastructure, she pioneered international trade programs in smart cities and urban resiliency, advised cabinet-level members, helped close billion-dollar projects, created economic inclusion programs, and contributed to strategic planning on NAFTA and tariff negotiations. Prior to the Consulate, Mouchka worked for The Economist Group, where she was the company’s inaugural global data protection officer. Mouchka is also an Adjunct Professor at Yeshiva University, where she teaches negotiation strategy. A graduate of Georgetown University, Mouchka has lived in Washington DC, Paris, New York, and Tel Aviv.
City of Ann Arbor
Raymond Hess is Transportation Manager for the City of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Alongside a passionate team, he implements transportation initiatives that aim to improve safety and the livability of the community. Previously, he was Director of Planning Services at the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada and oversaw the Metropolitan Planning Organization for the greater Las Vegas Valley as well as a regional sustainable communities initiative known as Southern Nevada Strong. Prior to joining the RTC, Raymond worked for the City of Bloomington (IN), the City of Brooksville (FL) and was a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Ivory Coast West Africa.
Ann Arbor SPARK
Paul Krutko is Ann Arbor SPARK’s president and CEO. Ann Arbor SPARK is a public-private partnership of business, government and academic institutions working to create economic prosperity in the Ann Arbor area of innovation. In his role as CEO, he leads the organization’s efforts to expand the regional economy through initiatives to support entrepreneurs and early-stage companies accelerating their growth to full potential. SPARK implements a strategic framework designed to maintain and to enhance the region’s global competitiveness.
Paul has nearly four decades of economic and community expertise. He led San Jose, California’s economic development efforts in Silicon Valley where he served as the chief development officer. Paul founded Peloton Development, a consultancy devoted to advising businesses and municipal, regional, state and national governments on economic development and climate prosperity strategies and on creating high performing economic development leaders and teams. Paul was responsible for downtown development under Mayor Michael White in Cleveland and Mayor John Delaney in Jacksonville, Florida.
He earned a Bachelor of Urban Planning and Design degree from the University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, and Art. In addition to his responsibilities as SPARK CEO, Paul Krutko was honored to serve as chair of the preeminent professional economic development organization in the world, the International Economic Development Council (IEDC). He was designated an Honorary Life Member of IEDC in 2013. He is board president of the International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation (IASP).
Greg McGuire is responsible for the safe and smooth operation of the Mcity Test Facility, the University of Michigan’s purpose-built proving ground for testing connected and automated vehicles and technologies. He also oversees Mcity’s growing fleet of research vehicles.
Prior to joining Mcity, McGuire spent twenty years designing and building tools to efficiently share resources and measure consumption, with a focus on mobility services and their intersection with our Internet-enabled society. He and his college roommate were the two engineers that built and scaled Zipcar. McGuire then went on to help found several mobility and data analytics startups before the lure of Mcity proved too great. An inveterate tinkerer, when he’s not busy with Mcity projects he will likely be found fixing one of his kids’ toys, brewing beer, or taking apart his car.
McGuire has a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering (Computing / Imaging) from Case Western Reserve University.
Shadi T. Mere is the Founder and CEO of Bedestrian, an emerging startup focused on the ‘last mile’ driverless delivery of goods.
Mere served in various leadership roles over the course of his two decades in the automotive industry with Nissan, Ford Motor Company, and Visteon Corp. Before starting Bedestrian, Mere led Product Management of Infotainment Operations for North America. He also served as an Innovation Lead focusing on futuring strategies, and innovations portfolio management.
In 2008, Shadi, also co-founded and served as CTO of Insono Systems, an ODM supplier of specialty navigation systems to Ford.
Shadi was an evangelist for Artificial Intelligence in automotive from as early as 2009. He successfully attracted co-development from IBM Watson, and Canonical/Ubuntu, and led scouting disruptive technologies from early-stage startups – including Faceshift (acquired by Apple) and Gestion (acquired by Valeo).
Shadi Received his MBA from the University of Michigan – Ross School of Business, and a Master’s in Engineering from Wayne State University. Mere has been granted 15 U.S. Patents as a principal inventor and filed his first commercial patent while he was a senior in college. He also serves in an advisory role at Tappan Hill Ventures in Ann Arbor, MI.
American Center for Mobility
Michael Noblett is president and chief executive officer of the American Center for Mobility (ACM), a not for profit, product development enterprise and proving ground for connected and autonomous vehicles. This innovation and testing facility for future mobility is located at Willow Run in Ypsilanti Township, Michigan.
In his role as President and CEO, Mr. Noblett is responsible for the overall strategic and operational vison of the company. Appointed by the Center’s Board of Directors in 2019, he is tasked with leading ACM’s growth strategy, spearheading program innovation and economic development initiatives.
Prior to joining ACM Michael served as a Global Solutions Executive for IBM’s software group. Where he was charged with advancing business development, industry partnerships, and international standards to further the growth of the Smarter Transportation Systems market in support of IBM’s Smarter Cities initiative.
He brings a depth of fiduciary and visionary team building acumen having worked as Executive VP of business development for Connexis LLC; a green-field connected vehicle start-up. He spent nearly 20 years with General Motors Corporation and its subsidiary OnStar, where he also served as program manager for the Automotive Multimedia Interface Collaboration (AMI-C).
Industry association contributions:
Mr. Noblett served for 9 years as Chair of ISO/TC 204, an international standards committee for ITS (200+ experts from 38 countries), FISITA BOD member & Chair of the FISITA/PIARC Joint Task Force, member of the ITS World Congress BOD, and was General Chair for the 15th Annual World Congress on ITS held in New York City 2008, the first large scale, public, demonstration of autonomous vehicles.
Todd Olsen spent the last 14 years of his 30-year career at Ford Motor Company serving as Director of Corporate Development. During that time, he negotiated multi-billion-dollar deals such as the divestitures of Aston Martin, Jaguar Land Rover, and Volvo. He spent the last several years heavily involved in developing Ford’s self-driving car strategy, which included negotiating several high-tech acquisitions, investments, and partnership arrangements. During those last few years he discovered a love for working with tech start-up companies.
Prior to his Corporate Development role, Todd had several different finance leadership roles, including CFO of an automotive electronics company in Shanghai, China as well as CFO of a chain of junkyards throughout North America.
Todd is passionate about developing leaders, so in late 2016 he voluntarily left a career he loved at Ford to start a second career with his own coaching and consulting business. One of his primary consulting clients is P3Mobility.
Todd holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Minnesota – Carlson School of Management and a BBA from the University of Minnesota-Duluth. He is also a Certified Professional Life Coach and Strengths Champion Coach.
On a personal level, Todd is fond of anything that gets him outdoors – camping, hiking, mountain-biking, skiing, etc. He and his wife have been married over 30 years and enjoy time with their five kids and four grand-kids.
Ford Smart Mobility
Andy Palanisamy is a seasoned technical & management professional with 17 years of public/private experience solving complex mobility problems in transportation, infrastructure, mobility technologies, energy, and environment. Andy currently serves as the Business Owner for the City:One Insights data platform at Ford Smart Mobility’s City Solutions group and is responsible for the development and delivery of innovative analytics and data solutions to cities around the world. Prior to this role, he spent nearly a decade and half supporting various Federal government agencies including the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT). As an industry thought leader, Andy is recognized for his contributions to the USDOT’s Intelligent Transportation Systems program and various projects at the Federal Highway Administration’s Connected Automated Vehicle research program at the Turner Fairbank Highway Research Center. Andy holds a Master in Public Administration from Harvard Kennedy School and a Bachelor in Civil Engineering from Bharathiar University India.
Maya Pindeus is Co-Founder and CEO of Humanising Autonomy – building a global standard for machines and people. The company has developed a prediction platform that allows autonomous systems to understand and predict Human Behaviour real time.
Julia Roberts is the Innovative Mobility Planner at the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (TheRide). She has worked with TheRide progressively for 7 years in regional planning and grants coordination bringing in over $60 million in funds, including a creative joint-initiative venture on the first major bikeshare system in the state. Her background is growing up in Chicago taking the bus and train to work at the Illinois Treasurer’s Office.
Graduated from the University of Michigan as a Master of Urban Planning, Julia went on to receive the Michigan Association of Planning Outstanding Capstone Project award. This experience was preceded by gigs leading innovation, labor union reform and community organizing, before trailblazing a career here, locally in public transport.
Together with a collaborative team, Julia is now project lead developing a Strategic New Mobility Toolkit. Her side endeavors this year include testing an autonomous wheelchair securement pilot. She is also supporting real-time transit access for people with visual, hearing and cognitive disabilities. Alongside organizational program growth, her work embraces connected safety improvements through fostering a start-up partner’s predictive analytics for vulnerable road users.
Julia aspires to move the tech and travel industry ahead from current mobility to beyond in a socially just way.
Seung‐Woo Seo is a professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Seoul National University, and Director of Intelligent Vehicle IT (IVIT) Research Center in Seoul. He received his Ph.D. from the Pennsylvania State University, and B.S. and M.S. degrees from Seoul National University, all in Electrical Engineering. He was a Faculty of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University, and served as a Member of the Research Staff in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Princeton University. He was a visiting professor at the Stanford University, Center of Automotive Research in 2014. He has served as a Chair or Committee Member in numerous international conferences and workshops. He was the General Cochair of 2015 IEEE Intelligent Vehicle Symposium held in Seoul, and has been serving as a Member of Steering Committee of the IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Vehicles. He has also served as an Organizing Committee Chair of the International Unmanned Solar Vehicle Challenge in 2012, and served for five years as a Director of the Information Security Center at the Seoul National University. He has been very active in the research of autonomous driving, and has been making key technological achievements especially in autonomous driving in urban areas. He has developed an autonomous car called SNUver in 2015, and in 2017, has successfully demonstrated autonomous driving in the city roads of Seoul for the first time in Korea. In 2016, he founded a startup company ThorDrive in US and has been commercializing the autonomous driving software technology as products. His research areas include autonomous driving, information security, and system optimization.
MEDC – PlanetM
Kathryn Snorrason is the Business Relationship Manager with PlanetM, the state of Michigan’s mobility program. Her core focus is engaging new mobility players (e.g., corporates, investors, startups) inside and outside of Michigan and connecting mobility players to ultimately strengthen the Michigan mobility ecosystem. Kathryn previously worked for World Business Chicago, the city’s economic development group, and Deloitte Consulting in Chicago. Kathryn graduated from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business with a Bachelor in Business Administration.
University of Michigan
Prof. Anna Stefanopoulou is the William Clay Ford Professor of Manufacturing and the Director of the Energy Institute at the University of Michigan. She was an assistant professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara and a technical specialist at Ford Motor Company. She is an ASME (08), an IEEE (09) and a SAE (18) fellow, the Chair of the Executive Committee of the ASME Dynamics Systems and Control Division and an elected member of the Board of Governors of the IEEE Control Systems Society. Her diploma is in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering (91, NTUA, Athens), her PhD is in Electrical Engineering (96, UMICH, Ann Arbor), she teaches Mechanical engineering, but her current research is mostly in Chemical Engineering. Her innovation in powertrain control technology has been recognized by multiple awards and has been documented in a book, 21 US patents, 340 publications (7 of which have received awards) on estimation and control of internal combustion engines and electrochemical processes such as fuel cells and batteries. She was a member of the 2016 National Research Council (NRC) committee on fuel efficient technologies and their cost effectiveness in meeting the 2025 US national vehicle fuel economy standards. She is working now with an NRC committee on the fuel economy standards “beyond-2025”.
Glenn Stevens is the Executive Director of MICHauto and Vice President of Automotive and Mobility Initiatives at the Detroit Regional Chamber. In his role, Stevens provides strategic direction to the MICHauto program in its efforts to promote, grow, and retain Michigan’s automotive and next-generation mobility industries. MICHauto is a statewide industry association focused on developing the state’s automotive and mobility industry in the key areas of: Talent & Education, Advocacy, Industry Awareness, Mobility and the Start-up Ecosystem.
Stevens has more than 25 years of management, strategy and operation experience across the automotive, mobility, steel, specialty chemicals, and capital equipment industries. Prior to joining the Chamber, Stevens served as senior vice president of Membership and Sales with the Original Equipment Suppliers Association, where he was responsible for membership growth and retention, strategic partnerships, and automotive industry development with states across the nation. Additionally, his previous experience includes leadership positions with Blue Water Automotive Systems, Kolene Corporation, and National Steel Corporation.
Stevens leads the Detroit Mobility Solutions Coalition, serves on the board of directors for the Michigan Humanities Council, the Board of Team 1 Plastics, the board of the Michigan State University Broad Executive Forum, the Executive Planning Committee of the FIRST Robotics Championships and the Advisory Board for the Cybersecurity Partnership at Northern Michigan University. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in economics and an Executive MBA from Michigan State University.
Detroit Mobility Lab
Chris Thomas is a Co-Founder of the Detroit Mobility Lab, an entity dedicated to helping Detroit become one of the world’s foremost future mobility ecosystems. Prior to the Detroit Mobility Lab he co-founded Fontinalis Partners and worked to build it into one of the premier investment firms in next-generation mobility. While at Fontinalis Chris served as a Board Member for nuTonomy (acquired by Aptiv in October 2017) and Karamba Security and as a Board Observer at Ouster, Life360, and SmartKargo. Prior to Fontinalis Chris served in the U.S. Army as a Communications Officer in the U.S. and Iraq. Before joining the military, Chris worked as an Investment Banker at UBS within its Technology and Energy groups in New York and San Francisco.
Additionally, Chris serves as an Executive in Residence for Mobility at the Quicken Loans Community Fund, a Senior Advisor to the COMMIT Foundation, and as a member of the Global Cleantech 100 expert panel. He is also a Co-Owner of Buddy’s Pizza, the birthplace of original Detroit-style pizza, and an avid angel investor. Chris has previously served as the Chairman of Read to a Child, a national children’s literacy and mentoring nonprofit, and as a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Personal Transportation Systems.
Chris earned his Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Yale School of Management. While at Yale he served on the Honor Committee and graduated with distinction in former Prime Minister Tony Blair’s seminar on Faith and Globalization. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in both Economics and International Relations from Michigan State University. Chris is a resident of the City of Detroit where he lives with his wife and sons. He is a staunch advocate of connected communities, early childhood literacy, and the doctrine of the strenuous life.
John Tolva is a co-founder of Cityfi, an urban change management consultancy dedicated to enabling smart, sustainable cities through innovative public-private partnerships, triple bottom line policymaking, and human-centric technology.
John co-founded is board chair of the non-profit Colorado Smart Cities Alliance, a collaboration between Colorado municipalities, private sector companies, and academia to develop, pilot, and test solutions to urban challenges.
Formerly John was the president of PositivEnergy Practice, an systems engineering firm based on data-driven planning for new building design, retrofits, and urban design.
John’s career has focused on developing and applying technology to improve the urban environment. From 2011 to 2013 he was Chief Technology Officer for the City of Chicago, leveraging technology to streamline public services through more efficient data-sharing, digital communications, and next-generation infrastructure. He led the development of ‘The City of Chicago Technology Plan’, an initiative that sets forth a series of public-private strategies to accelerate economic growth, build educated and digitally-engaged communities and workforce, improve government services, and reduce costs through technology.
In 2012, the White House recognized John as a ‘Champion of Change’ as part of a group of creative individuals engaged in building stronger communities through innovative approaches to problem-solving.
Prior to joining the City of Chicago, he was Director of Citizenship and Technology at IBM Corp, where he worked on the firm’s ‘smarter cities’ initiative, advising cities how to incorporate data analytics into planning and operations. John led the City Forward project, the first global aggregator and visualizer of urban data sets.