In this episode, we are delighted to welcome an exceptional guest, Andrew Fleury. Andrew is the Co-Founder and CEO of Luna Systems, a visionary micromobility company dedicated to making our cities smarter, cleaner, and more efficient. With an impressive background in engineering, IoT, and software development, Andrew brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the micromobility landscape.
Under his leadership, Luna Systems has developed cutting-edge solutions for shared electric scooters, bikes, and other micro-vehicles, revolutionizing urban transportation and helping to reduce congestion, pollution, and reliance on private cars. As an ardent advocate for sustainable living and transportation, Andrew’s insights into the future of micromobility are invaluable to our listeners who are keen to understand the transformative potential of this fast-growing industry and how the Paris vote might affect our industry.
Join us as Andrew shares his journey into the world of micromobility, the challenges he faced in scaling Luna Systems, and his thoughts on the future of urban transportation and his thoughts on the recent developments in Paris.
Visit Andrew’s company website at https://luna.systems to learn more about his work and the impact Luna Systems is making on the micromobility landscape.
The Electric Scooter Ban Vote in Paris
Throughout this podcast season, we engaged in discussions with various parties involved in the Paris electric scooter vote. This included government officials, electric scooter operator executives, and local business owners. We delved into the data available regarding the Paris electric scooter pilot and attempted to answer the most pressing questions by considering various studies conducted by researchers.
Each issue was analyzed from the perspective of each party involved – government officials and the city, local residents and business owners, and electric scooter operators. This allowed us to gain a comprehensive understanding of the situation and explore potential solutions that would benefit all parties involved.