The engine has been started – Frankfurt’s autumn trade fair season is underway!
Frankfurt am Main, 16 September 2021. Following a forced, one-and-a-half-year break, from 14 to 16 September Messe Frankfurt was finally able to welcome exhibitors and trade visitors to two of its own events at its home venue. 388 exhibitors took part in the special Automechanika Frankfurt Digital Plus event in Hall 3 and the Hypermotion Frankfurt conference and trade fair in the Forum. Of these, 53 percent were present in person in Frankfurt, with the remainder participating online. Approx. 10,000 visitors from 70 countries followed the three-day trade fair programme live in Frankfurt and online. Two-thirds of the participants made use of the many new digital features to do so on-screen, including live streams, intelligent matchmaking and one-to-one video calls. The platform played host to approx. 25,000 interactions in all. The streams were viewed 21,000 times, while 1,600 video calls were made.
Strong community – strong event programme
Decarbonisation, digitisation and globalisation – these are pressing challenges that demand bold and innovative solutions in the fields of mobility and logistics. From 14 to 16 September 2021 Hypermotion Frankfurt will be promoting networking as it brings all key players together in the same place. The agenda also features a top-notch supporting programme.
Safe in-person trade fairs in Frankfurt
The first in-person trade fairs have already taken place. Messe Frankfurt is ready to resume in-person events with its proven safety and hygiene concept and requirement that everyone be vaccinated, recovered or tested. The first events have already been held successfully, and the next in-person events will be opening their doors in Frankfurt in September.
Addressing the industry’s most pressing topics
At Hypermotion Frankfurt from 14 to 16 September 2021, companies, innovators and start-ups will venture a look at the future of mobility and logistics at an event that combines a trade fair with conferences. On the agenda: fascinating and innovative topics such as hyperloop technology. This year, the multimodal innovation platform will be a hybrid event. A live, in-person programme on the exhibition grounds is taking place in accordance with a sophisticated hygiene and protection concept and supplemented by online components.
Driving Europe’s sustainable mobility with low-carbon liquid fuels – leading experts discuss the need for a long-term European strategy on low-carbon liquid fuels
Brussels, 17 March 2021. Messe Frankfurt held the second edition of its “Energy4Mobility Expert Talk” series, in cooperation with the Representation of the State of Hessen to the European Union, on 15 March 2021. On this occasion, policy, industry and research representatives shared their views on the question: “Should the EU launch a Low Carbon Liquid Fuels Strategy?” The speakers agreed that a long-term strategy for low-carbon liquid fuels is needed at EU level to design the required policy framework and unlock the full potential of these types of fuels to support the EU’s climate neutrality ambitions.
Mobility and logistics transformation on agenda as Hypermotion heads to Dubai in November 2021
Dubai, 7 December 2020. Global gathering for disruption and transformation of transport, logistics and mobility sectors to take place alongside Expo 2020
Hypermotion – the highlights and the numbers
Hypermotion 2020, which had to be held entirely digitally due to official requirements, attracted a great deal of interest in the community. The multimodal innovation platform featured numerous live streams and interactive modules on both days of the event, and this content will continue to be available online at messefrankfurt.digital/hypermotion until 10 December 2020.
Hypermotion 2021 will be held alongside Automechanika Frankfurt
Frankfurt am Main, 11 November 2020. The next Hypermotion is being brought forward to September 2021, when it will talk place alongside Automechanika Frankfurt for the first time – over the first three days of the event from 14 to 16 September 2021. This creates numerous synergies for participants of both events.
Highlights from the digital Hypermotion 2020 programme
Frankfurt am Main, 6 November 2020. Networking of the mobility and logistics industries is more important than ever. Due to the current situation, the multimodal networking and innovation platform Hypermotion is taking place on 10 and 11 November as a purely digital event. Participants will be able to follow numerous online sessions, product presentations and expert talks in multiple conferences live in the virtual realm. Highlights include keynote speeches from whistleblower Edward Snowden on the first day and best-selling author Marc Elsberg on the second.
Messe Frankfurt’s Hypermotion and DP World announce global partnership
Frankfurt am Main, 4 November 2020. From local port operator to global smart logistics company: Today, DP World is a leading provider of end-to-end logistics solutions and one of the world’s largest port operators – and now Global Partner of Messe Frankfurt’s Hypermotion events.
Hypermotion 2020 becomes a purely digital event
Frankfurt am Main, 28 October 2020. Hypermotion, which would have been Messe Frankfurt's first hybrid event at the Frankfurt exhibition grounds from 10 to 12 November, will be purely digital due to the rapidly increasing number of infections.
Hypermotion 2020 is taking place! – with top speakers Edward Snowden and Marc Elsberg
Frankfurt am Main, 14 September 2020. As Messe Frankfurt’s first hybrid event, this year’s Hypermotion is offering its entire conference programme and new networking tools both live in Frankfurt and virtually. Participants can also experience the presentations, pitches and top-quality keynote speeches from Edward Snowden and Marc Elsberg remotely via live stream.
IoT, drone boom, 3D-printing – the first topics for Hypermotion in November have already been set!
At the multimodal innovation platform Hypermotion from 10 to 12 November 2020, high-calibre speakers will venture a look into the future and illuminate the latest mobility and logistics concepts. Establishing networks amongst trade fair and conference participants is the focal point of this event, which is taking place both live in Frankfurt with an extensive protection and hygiene concept and digitally with new features (live streaming, matchmaking, chats and much else besides)
Hypermotion 2020 is gathering momentum – here are some initial highlights from the conference programme
As one of the first trade fairs taking place this year, Messe Frankfurt’s Hypermotion event will be making personal networking possible again from 10 to 12 November 2020. Initial areas of focus: urban air mobility and innovative drone technologies, smart logistics solutions and 3D printing in municipal logistics, and IoT in space and space infrastructure.
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.