The Guggenheim Mobility Thought Leaders series featured a conversation with HanBin "Captain" Lee, CEO and Co-Founder of Seoul Robotics, a mobility software company that enables autonomous vehicles to perceive and understand their surroundings.
Guggenheim's Mobility Series is a forum where we host conversations with thought-leaders about the technological revolution in mobility. Kevin Czinger is founder and CEO of Divergent 3D, the company that is harnessing the full power of 3D printing, robotics and computational engineering to revolutionize the auto industry.
The second edition of the Sustainability & Innovation series featured a conversation with Senior Managing Director John Casesa who leads the firm’s mobility investment banking team. The fireside chat was moderated by Managing Director Daniel Keh and focused on the nature of the technological revolution in mobility, the roles of capital, and opportunities in the sector.
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Learn how HanBin Lee (Captain), CEO and Co-Founder of Seoul Robotics, is pioneering autonomy through infrastructure that is transforming last mile fleet logistics. This conversation with Mobility bankers John Casesa and Daniel Keh is part of our Guggenheim Mobility Thought Leaders series.
A big thank you to Kevin Czinger, founder of Divergent, for joining Mobility banker John Casesa and our clients today to share his vision of how computing power and digital technology are revolutionizing analog industries such as car manufacturing to produce remarkable vehicles, including Divergent’s 3D printed Czinger 21C.
Guggenheim Securities Senior Managing Director John Casesa discusses the electric vehicle space with @CNBC ’s @Lebeaucarnews https://gugg.gp/38dd0vz
Guggenheim Securities Senior Managing Director John Casesa recently joined Automotive News to discuss his outlook for the future of mobility on the “Daily Drive Podcast.”
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