New Mobility Logistics

What impact will mobility have on transportation and logistics?

Connected and autonomous driving, zero-emission transmissions, product distribution, urban logistics and new mobility and transportation services are the drivers of change. New Mobility Logistics has a multi-sector platform for stakeholders to discuss and introduce the mobility and transportation of the future – leading to a more efficient and smarter world. This is where tech companies, the auto industry, service providers, cities, startups and disruptors join to shape the future of transportation and logistics.



ShowCase

Special areas for companies to demonstrate their solutions to visitors and create an ideal relationship with top leaders in the transportation and logistics industry.
A space for tech companies, start-ups and service providers. This is also an ideal location for governments and city halls to create an environment of networking and to attract investors, showing their differentials and future investments.

Experiences

An area dedicated to test driving electric and hybrid commercial vehicles, urban distribution logistics and technology demos for transporting and moving materials.
A place to get a sense of and try out different transportation and logistics solutions within new mobility, from trucks to urban freight vehicles to bikes and drones. All visitors will be able to register and schedule a time to drive an electric vehicle and take part in a new experience.

Content

Arena for up to 150 people, with free content to enrich Movimat visitor knowledge on the new world of mobility in transportation and logistics.
Pillars: Connected Vehicles, Autonomous Technology, Alternative Energies and Urban Logistics.
There will by 15 content sessions with an estimated audience of 2,000 industry professionals.
Highly qualified audience.


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What was New Mobility at the Motor Show??


The theme of Mobility was widely debated at the New Mobility Arena, which welcomed over 130 speakers, including journalists, company representatives, start-ups and industry references, covering a variety of topics related to the future of urban mobility. The project was decisive to Bosch's return to the Motor Show after a 24-year absence, with the company introducing the space along with sponsors such as CBMM, Discovery, Goodyear and Smarters.


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