Have you ever wondered how you will get from A to B in 10 years? How about an air taxi, a cable car or a hyperloop system? The mobility of the future is changing - new and sustainable technologies are emerging. Buildings and existing infrastructure must adapt to their needs. Experts from Drees & Sommer will be discussing the challenges this poses for people, cities and companies at the IAA Mobility in Munich on 5 September 2023.
Under the motto "Building the future of mobility", you will find our experts together with numerous stakeholders from the entire mobility chain in exciting panel discussions in the VISIONARY CLUBHOUSE:
PANEL 1: FUTURE MOBILITY
Are air cabs, cable cars, maglev trains or hyperloop systems real game changers and how can they be smoothly integrated into existing infrastructures?
PANEL 2: HOW MOBILITY SHAPES THE CITY
How will future forms of mobility affect the built environment?
PANEL 3: STRATEGIES FOR COMPANY MOBILITY
How can companies make their mobility strategies ecologically and economically viable and involve their employees in the process?
PANEL 4: THE CAR AS A NICHE PRODUCT
Equal transportation and the "15-minute city"? What is the USP of the car in the future and how does it compare to other forms of mobility?
PANEL 5: FUTURE INDUSTRY AND E-MOBILITY NEED SUSTAINABLE ENERGY SOLUTIONS:
Where will the energy needed for the new drive revolution come from? How well do PV, wind power and electrolysis perform?
And that's not all! If you are also wondering how to make the new concepts attractive to society, then come and listen to our discussion on the YELLOW STAGE:
"MOVING MINDS - HOW TO CHALLENGE PEOPLE'S HABITS".
In this panel, Dr Olga Nevska, DaTeFleet, Sophie Rödiger, Mountainminds and Tristan Scheler, HIVE, among others, will discuss how to engage people in the mobility transition.
We are looking forward to many new impulses and your visit at our stages!
You can find the latest information on our programme of talks and experts, as well as useful information for your visit, on our events page.