How do we perceive mobility and what is most important to us?
In November 2019 the networking event Hypermotion used a wide range of innovative methods to conduct surveys and elicit opinions. Participants were invited to share their thoughts and views at numerous stations throughout the exhibition hall.
Intelligently networked mobility: Hypermotion strengthens key partnerships
Frankfurt has established itself as a meeting place for the pioneers of future mobility and logistics. From 26 to 28 November 2019, technology drivers and experts met to find new solutions in the fields of traffic, transport, infrastructure and logistics. This year marked the first time that the German Mobility Congress (DMK) and the STUVA Conference, an event devoted to the tunnel industry, were also able to welcome their guests to the Frankfurt exhibition grounds. Around 3,000 participants networked with the goal of advancing the mobility transition.
The mobility transition is coming – but how? Hypermotion launches discussion of tomorrow’s sustainable mobility and logistics
Air taxis, autonomous shuttles or hyperloops: how will we be getting around a few years from now? How will digitalisation change our cities? From 26 to 28 November, the providers and users who are setting the standards for tomorrow’s mobility and logistics come together at Hypermotion to discuss these and other issues.
Experts and first movers discuss concepts for tomorrow’s mobility and logistics
In light of climate change, obsolete infrastructure, diesel bans and the threat of gridlock in metropolitan areas, the question as to how we will be getting from A to B in future is more urgent than ever. At Hypermotion from 26 to 28 November 2019, experts and first movers will be getting together to discuss new concepts for tomorrow’s mobility and logistics.
Avoiding traffic jams and gridlock with intelligent systems and sensors
Patience is required on Germany’s motorway network: according to the 2018 ADAC Traffic Jam Report , there are 2,000 traffic jams per day on average, resulting in 1.5 million kilometres of stopped traffic. Innovative solutions that help to prevent traffic jams and gridlock in urban areas will be on display at Hypermotion from 26 to 28 November 2019.
What can be done to make the mobility transition a success? Networking event Hypermotion showcases concepts from first movers
Travelling to the office in an autonomously driven car, taking an air taxi to the nearest airport and having a package delivered by drone? When Hypermotion takes place for the third time from 26 to 28 November 2019 in Frankfurt am Main, it will be showcasing the pioneering concepts and smart solutions that already exist for tomorrow’s mobility and logistics, with a particular focus on interdisciplinary approaches. This year marks the first time that the German Mobility Congress (DMK) is being held as part of Hypermotion. The congress is organised by the German Association of Transport Sciences (DVWG), the Rhein-Main Verkehrsverbund (Rhine/Main Regional Transport Association – RMV) and the House of Logistics & Mobility (HOLM).
Mission accomplished: Modes of transport and communities establish new networks at Hypermotion 2018
2,545 participants from 20 countries (2017: 2,673 from 18 countries), including 138 companies, 36 start-ups and over 200 speakers, established new networks during the three days of Hypermotion. The focus was on disruptive ideas and the intelligent networking of traffic and logistics systems, as well as the future of mobility. The interactive format featuring a broad array of conferences, start-up pitches, expert talks and speed networking was a huge hit with participants, with 91 percent saying they were very satisfied with the event.