What is Hypermotion all about?
The second Hypermotion, from 20 to 22 November 2018, will feature exciting topics which are of immediate relevance to us all: how are traffic and transport systems changing as a result of digitalisation and decarbonisation? At Hypermotion the focus will be on disruptive ideas and the intelligent networking of transport and logistics systems. To make this networking possible, the various systems, traffic carriers and data must be networked securely and multi-modally with each other, and new interfaces must be created. That is a labour of Hercules, and it will only succeed if all players work together. This is where Hypermotion comes in: we want actively to encourage exchange and networking among the different players involved in mobility and logistics–with an interactive fair, exciting conferences, start-up pitches, and talks by experts.
This is the second time that Hypermotion has been held; who should be attending?
Everyone is invited who is interested in sustainable concepts for the mobility and logistics of tomorrow, or who is developing such concepts themselves. Hypermotion will be the meeting point for established businesses in the transport and logistics sector, and equally for small enterprises, start-ups, pioneers of mobility, and entrepreneurs. Experts in research and development are cordially invited, as are representatives of towns and cities, local authorities and government.
What changes or new additions will delegates see at this year’s event?
The concept of Hypermotion elicited a strong response from experts, exhibitors and visitors, and we have developed it further, to feature new topics and partners. The stage with the Hypermotion Lab, which will be offering an exciting programme on all three days of the event, will be located in the middle of the hall. The start-up area, with co-working space on the plug’n’play principle, has also moved further into the centre of the exhibition. We have altered the timetable for the conferences, so that those attending will have more time to visit the exhibition and to get into conversation with other experts.
How is the mobility sector changing?
Driven by digitalisation and decarbonisation, mobility is changing at a fantastic pace. Almost every day you can read something in the newspaper about self-drive vehicles, delivery robots in pedestrian areas, and the use of artificial intelligence in businesses. The mobility and logistics sector is being revolutionised and transformed, but new players from outside the industry are entering the field, too, such as start-ups which are developing pioneering solutions and mobility concepts.
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