Alex Nesic

Current Company

Drover is using AI and machine learning to remove the primary pain points experienced by shared micromobility users, cities and operators

“My passion is and has been to enable shared mobility and LEV’s in general to play a critical part in urban transportation and a sustainable transportation future. Over the evolution of the still young shared micromobility industry, I have sought to grow and promote new technologies while working closely with various cities to further the cause of responsible deployments as part of the larger public transit ecosystem. As a long-time entrepreneur, I offer an array of skills, including team leadership; business development experience, both on the government and commercial side; technical sales and marketing; commercialization of intellectual property; and operations.

I am, culturally speaking, a citizen of the World and a product of an upbringing based on frequent travel and new experiences that have led me to over 50 countries to date. I speak French and Spanish fluently and am conversational in Italian and possess US and French nationalities.

‘Be a part of the solution, not the problem’ – constant reminder in my childhood from my Serbian dad.” – Alex Nesic

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Leveraging Artificial Intelligence To Deliver A Safer Future

Alex Nesic has been in our micromobility industry since 2016, has a lot of knowledge when it comes to hardware, software & of course A.I.! Alex Nesic is pushing our industry forward together with his amazing team at Drover AI. We discussed the technology, A.I., hardware, software, regulations and more on this podcast episode! Alex is one of those founders who was around during those “Early Days of Micromobility..”

Alex has an interesting story, prior to joining the micromobility industry, he was an actor, he has been featured in the major motion picture, High Crimes (2002), starring Ashley Judd and Jim Caviezel. His guest starring roles on television series include CSI: Miami (2002)

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