Welcome to the First Micromobility Report Podcast!

I’m thrilled to announce that we’re officially launching the Micromobility Podcast today!

We’re planning to bring you one interview per month with guests from around Australia and the world.

Our first interview, live now, is with Philip and Irene McAleese, co-founders of See.Sense.

Established in 2013 by Philip and Irene McAleese, See.Sense leverages advanced sensor and AI technology to make cycling and micromobility safer and smarter.

Philip and Irene have won a string of prestigious international awards for their ground-breaking technology that they’ve been rolling out in countries around the world.

Having founded See.Sense in Northern Ireland, at the start of 2024 Philip and Irene moved to the opposite side of the globe to re-settle in Brisbane, Australia.

Despite the big move, they still have a team working back in Northern Ireland and projects running in Europe, as well as new projects in Australia and elsewhere.

In this first episode, you’ll learn more about their remarkable journey so far, plus hear an announcement about some exciting new technology they’re launching to expand the services that they can offer.

Tom Cooper speaking at conference podium
Tom Cooper, General Manager ANZ for Beam is our July podcast guest

Two Presenters Far Better Than One!

In even better news, I’m delighted to say that Irene McAleese has kindly agreed to co-present all episodes of the Micromobility Report Podcast with me from Episode Two onwards.

In our second episode, which will be released in July, we talk with Tom Cooper, General Manager of Beam Mobility for Australia and New Zealand. Beam is the largest bike and scooter share operator in the ANZ market, with a team approaching 400 people and a fleet of 20,000 vehicles.

In this podcast, Tom shares openly about the biggest challenges that all share scheme operators face and details some key solutions.

We also have great international guests lined up for subsequent episodes. We intend for each episode to run for about 45 minutes including a brief “What’s Up?” segment at the end in which we share news about upcoming events, or anything else for that matter that we think might be of interest to you.

The Micromobility Report Podcast is available on all of your favourite podcasting sites including Spotify, Apple Podcasts and more. To see more information or subscribe so that you don’t miss an episode, please visit he Micromobility Report Podcast home page here.

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