The next few months are looking to be extremely interesting in the world of Smart Mobility, with a range of conferences and events happening at various locations around the world. With so much to offer this summer, what are the key things you should take a look at?
One of the most anticipated events will be Intelligent Mobility 2018 workshop (by Frost & Sullivan) held in London on 19 and 20 June. The event features high profiled industry leaders who will engage in interactive panel discussions to address some of the key trends and challenges within mobility. “By providing insights from research and the perspectives of leading mobility providers from various industry sectors and public sector bodies”, Frost and Sullivan argue, “our annual workshop sheds light on the factors impacting Industry, Business, Infrastructure, Public and Personal Mobility, Global Differences and New Business Models.”
You can find out more about the event, and register on their website here.
In parallel, on the other side of the globe, the Smart Mobility Show 2018 will be taking place in Melbourne, Australia, from 18 to 21 June. The conference programme features 60+ established industry, finance, and policy perspectives, and is Australia’s leading forum to exchange ideas and insights around the mobility revolution. Additionally, the event features two co-located conferences: Future Vehicles Summit and IoT for Transport and Logistics Summit.
To download the full agenda, to partnership, or to find our more read their website here.
Finally, the Future of Transportation world conference is being held in Cologne, Germany, on 19 and 20 June. The conference features nine unique “streams”, in which industry leads on particular topics will exhibit. These include:
- Urban Air Mobility
- Urban Mobility and Smart Cities
- Legal and Technical Issues of Autonomous Vehicles
- The Challenge for Rail
- Mobility as a Service
- Quantum Shifts
- Sustainability in Transportation
- Changing Landscape for Automotive Industry
- Infrastructure and Projected Funding
You can read more about each of these streams, including key exhibitors, on their website here.
Here at the QROWD project we are looking forward to experiencing and reading about the trends and highlights from each of these events, and subsequently about the future of smart mobility!