Carlo De Micheli Carlo De Micheli
Marketing Manger - OSVehicle

Carlo De Micheli

Born in a small town on the coast of Liguria, Italy, Carlo De Micheli grew up attending the American school in Genoa. At the age of 17 he moved to Turin for university. After a BSc in Aerospace Engineering, he’s currently attending the last year of a master in Aerospace Systems, at the Polytechnic University of Turin.

He worked as web and backend developer since 2005, developing expertise in web security and the wireless sector, winning a few competitions along the way. He then worked and taught as ethical hacker in the past two years. In 2011 he co-founded a civic engagement project in Italy, which was awarded a prize as best citizen initiative by the President of the Republic.

From April 2013 he published articles and research on social media that have made the headlines on The New York Times, The Guardian, CNN, and Bloomberg TV amongst others.

Carlo is an active blogger on the tech, startup, and infosecurity scenes for Huffington Post and Wired.

This year he founded a company called Savesquared which offers battery charging solutions for smartphones during conferences and events, as well as for pubs and restaurants.

The latest project he is involved in is OSVehicle. After hearing about the project from Tin Hang and Yuki, OSVehicle CEO’s son and daughter, he proceeded to meet the CTO, Ampelio Macchi, in his Milan workshop. Earlier this year he travelled to Hong Kong and China to meet the CEO, Francisco Liu. Contributing to the digital, PR, and web aspects of OSVehicle, he believes it has the potential to change the future of mobility.

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