Moving On -
ACstyria Mobilitätskongress

Automotive, Aerospace & Rail Systems

October 11th & 12th, 2022 | Red Bull Ring

October 11th - 12th, 2022
RED BULL RING

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Moving On

Mobility is more than transportation. It’s an essential part of tomorrow’s societies, combining technology with the way we want to live and interact. We invite you to a bold outlook into the next 25 years. Join us!

Moving on! Being Europe’s first and oldest mobility cluster is the result of constant change and renewal. Since our founding 27 years ago, more than 300 member companies are working at the forefront of innovation in the mobility industry. Their success in a competitive international environment is based on setting the right goals at the right time. This autumn we invite you and our members to our first international mobility congress, where we will discuss what mobility is going to mean in 25 years – and beyond!

Join our congress for a completely new and fresh perspective on an issue, that has always “moved” humanity: We will discuss how society is going to change, and what impacts we can expect in the way we are going to use and need transportation. We are not going to host the next conference on the future of mobility, we are going for the big picture! This does not only include a detailed look under the hood of the cars and drones of tomorrow, but as well a curious search for innovators, inventors and breakthroughs that may be expected.

Topics

AUTOCONTACT

Potential of alternative propulsion technologies: eMobility, fuel cells, eFuels - future automotive technologies as a challenge and opportunity for the (Styrian) supplier industry.

RAILCONTACT

Digitalisation as a driver of innovation: The railway as a sustainable mobility solution of the future - Current requirements and developments in the field of digitalisation offer opportunities for stable growth.

AIRCONTACT

Supply chains on the upswing: The upswing in the aviation industry will demand new strategies and promote new technologies, thus also offering new opportunities for the supply chain.

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