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.
The future begins at the interfaces between mobility and logistics: more companies and start-ups at Hypermotion 2018
At the 2nd Hypermotion, 138 companies are presenting future oriented solutions for tomorrow’s mobility and logistics. The number of start-ups taking part has more than tripled in comparison to last year’s première. The spectrum covered ranges from the digitalisation of transport systems and their interconnection, via innovative mobility concepts, bicycle traffic and transport electrification, to sustainable logistics solutions.
More than 200 speakers will be discussing the future of mobility and logistics at Hypermotion
How are mobility and logistics changing as a result of digitisation and decarbonisation? More than 200 experts from the realms of business, science, politics and society will be speaking at a total of eight conferences as part of Hypermotion.
Mobility is undergoing a paradigm shift – on the way to the Digital Mobility Split
The big digitalization and decarbonisation megatrends are rapidly transforming mobility and logistics. The white paper ‘On the way to the Digital Mobility Split’ explores how digitalization is changing our transport systems, providing a thematic framework for the Hypermotion event.
“What time is my bus to the moon?” Smart solutions for the transport systems of the future at Hypermotion 2018
Pioneering concepts and ideas for the future of mobility and logistics will be presented and discussed at Hypermotion from 20 to 22 November 2018 in Frankfurt. The event – a mixture of interactive trade fair, conferences and the Hypermotion Lab with pitches and talks – focuses on intelligent systems and solutions for mobility, transport, logistics and digital infrastructure.