Representing the future of mobility by involving the entire automotive ecosystem is the objective of Futurmotive – Expo & Talks in Bologna, Italy.
The event, scheduled for Nov. 16-18 at the Bologna Exhibition Centre, will focus on the themes of energy and ecological transition and innovations in the sector.
Some 135 exhibitors have registered, according to event organizers.
The pre-catalog and the preliminary agenda are available online.
The pre-catalog includes an up-to-date listing of the exhibitors of Futurmotive – Expo & Talks, E-CHARGE and Fleet Manager Academy. Simultaneously holding the three events at the Bologna Exhibition Centre will provide attendees an all-around overview of the mobility ecosystem, event organizers said.
Futurmotive – Expo & Talks, whose exhibitors are located in Pavilions 14 and 19, is aimed at automakers, parts manufacturers and distributors for the shop of the future, as well as the entire tire supply chain. It also includes manufacturers of sustainable fuels, and body shop, distribution and service networks.
E-CHARGE, an event organized by A151 scheduled for Nov. 16-17, targets the entire electric-vehicle charging chain – infrastructure, technologies and services – and will welcome exhibitors in Pavilion 16. The show, together with conferences and workshops, also will include the EV Charging General States.
Fleet Manager Academy, scheduled for Nov. 16, is the event organized by Uvet Events – Econometrica, in collaboration with its publication Auto Aziendali magazine and under the patronage of Aiaga (Italian Fleet Manager and Fleet Buyer Association) and Aniasa (Italian Association of Car Hire and Service Companies) and dedicated to corporate mobility. This will offer a full day of workshops, seminars and roundtables in Pavilion 31 of the Bologna Exhibition Centre.
Futurmotive Talks, a series of meeting that will explore the major themes of the automotive supply chain, will take place Nov. 16-17. Guests are expected from Italian and European institutions, industry and universities.
The program starts on Nov. 16 with welcome speeches by the institutions. At 10:30 a.m., TV journalist Maria Leitner will host and moderate an in-depth look at one of the key themes of the event: The challenge of decarbonization in the mobility sector. After that will be the conference curated by ANFIA – Car Design dedicated to the artificial intelligence as a new asset for the vehicle-design sector.
At 11 a.m., the online magazine SicurAUTO.it will present the “Aftermarket Report on Electric and Connected Cars.” This continues in the afternoon with a conference entitled “Energy Sources, Production, Distribution, Usability,” led by Green & Blue journalist Barbara Gasperini.
The afternoon of No. 16 will include two important moments for the tire industry: The Future of Retreading Conference, followed by The Recircle Awards Ceremony, organized by the international magazine Retreading Business.
At 9 a.m. on Nov. 17, Il Sole 24 Ore journalist Filomena Greco will moderate the first conference of the day, “Big Data Management and Connectivity,” another central theme for the entire automotive supply chain. It continues at 11 a.m. with a conference dedicated to the “Land of Motors: Technological Investment Strategies in Motor Valley, Italy and Europe.”
The afternoon session is dedicated to the themes of employment and the world of work. In fact, the 3 p.m. session, once again moderated by Greco, is entitled “Transformation of the Labour Market In The Energy Transition,” and precedes the concluding moment of the Futurmotive Talks event, which will be attended by important representatives of institutions.
All pre-catalog and program information is available at www.futurmotive.com, where you also can register and obtain your free admission pass.