Hypermotion Frankfurt 2022

Due to current market events and the requirements for our customers, we have decided not to hold Hypermotion Frankfurt this year.

Networking at Hypermotion

Profile of Hypermotion

Here, you can find further information on the concept, thematic areas and target groups of Hypermotion.

Themes of Hypermotion 2021

Themes of Hypermotion

Statements from participants

‘Hypermotion brings together businesses leaders and subject matter experts to collaborate and advance the conversation on the future of mobility and logistics. Through the sharing of knowledge and expertise, Hypermotion provides a valuable platform for our business to enhance its end-to-end logistics offering and the industry to optimise smart trade operations.’

Ibrahim Al Najjar, IT Director

‘New mobility is all about the flexibility of being able to use a suitable solution at any time and in any place.’

Mars Geuze

´As an established trade fair, Hypermotion is like a big family reunion within the mobility industry. I’m already looking forward to lively discussions with other experts on the topics of mobility, digitalisation and logistics.`

Stefan Eckert, Head of Sales Germany

‘Time and again, we have seen that networked thinking is essential. The energy transition can only be successful if it is accompanied by a mobility transition.’

Lena Jungkamp, Business Development

‘Hypermotion offers hyper-communication for everything that is being sought: personnel, ideas, investors and sponsors.’

M.A. Alfred Fuhr, Soziologe und Gründer

‘There is no other event that offers such a large number of experts, users, start-ups and associations the chance to stay abreast of the latest technology and industry findings in such a versatile format.’

Stefan Weber, PMP© Sr. Program Manager & Site Lead Frankfurt

‘With Hypermotion we have created the first platform for digital transformation that unites every mode of transport. It is our goal to drive networking within the industry, in order to pave the way for new and integrated solutions for tomorrow’s mobility.’

Danilo Kirschner, Director Hypermotion

‘The intransparent, fragmented logistics market needs to become more open. Particularly in the supply chain. Every new platform increases the pressure on logisticians.’

The concept

The boundaries between logistics, mobility, infrastructure and transport are falling. New, networked, integrated and inter-modal systems are being created. To reflect these changes and to discuss their impact on the economy and society, Messe Frankfurt launches the Hypermotion. This event create will be the first independent platform with digital transformation in the mobility and transport sector as the superordinate theme.

People perceive mobility as an important indication of personal freedom. Logistics create growth and prosperity both for business and society. In times of the digitalisation and decarbonisation, logistics and mobility must be available at all times and must be reliable.
And the transport system of the future will need to be 'intelligent' – that means, amongst other things, networked, integrated, digital, secure, multi-modal and affordable. To achieve this, traditional boundaries separating systems that have hitherto existed, between logistics, mobility (i.e. personal and public transport), infrastructure and freight handling, will need to be overcome. Communities and groups that have, up to now, focussed on different modes of transport and sectors in separate, independent events and trade fairs will need to come together and, in part, also face modernisation and revitalisation.

The key point of approach for the 'Hypermotion' is, therefore, via the already recognised concept of intelligent transport systems (ITS) which can be made future proof by looking at it from the point of view of digitalisation, and should be developed further. Thus,
Hypermotion will be the first independent platform for the digital transformation of transport, mobility and logistics.  

The thematic areas

The thematic areas

The seven thematic areas - Connectivity (basically ITS as we know it to date), Monitoring & Transparency, Data Analytics & Security, Hypermodality, Sustainability, Digital & Urban Logistics and Smart & digital Regions – are all interlinked and encompass the core elements of the transport systems of both today and tomorrow:

  • Infrastructure (different types of transport, including planning, financing)
  • Equipment (vehicles, including development and financing)
  • Services & applications (including research and start-ups)

Product groups

Hypermodality = intermodal + multimodal + digital

The seven related subjects of connectivity, monitoring & transparency, data analytics & security, hyper-modality, sustainability, digital & urban logistics and smart & digital regions link the core elements of the current and future mobility system:



  • Telematics Systems
  • Intelligent Infrastructure
  • Induction Loops
  • Mobile Data Transfer
  • Digital Web
  • Intelligent Car Parks
  • Vehicle Detectors


  • Vehicle-to-X (V2X) Communication
  • Near Field Communication
  • Connected/Autonomous Vehicles
  • Geodata
  • Dynamic Signage
  • Radar Detection

Service & Applications

  • Start-Ups
  • Telematics Applications
  • Traffic Information
  • User Apps
Monitoring & Transparency


  • Sensor Technology
  • Data Sources
  • Detection Systems (e.g. Infrared, Microwave, Laser, Lidar, Weather Sensors)
  • Schedules
  • Rates


  • Sensor Technology
  • Data Sources
  • Detection Systems
  • CCTV

Service & Applications

  • Traffic Management Services
  • Monitoring Tools / Front-End
  • Real-Time Schedules
  • Real-Time Availability Information / Capacity Utilisation (Car Parks, P&R)
  • Traffic Jam Alerts
Data Analytics & Security


  • Data Encryption
  • Broadband Networks
  • Open Data
  • Data Integration Systems


  • Data Loading (Extract Transform Load (ETL))
  • Data Analysis Systems
  • Traffic Situation Calculation Systems
  • Data Anonymisation Applications

Service & Applications

  • Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Services
  • Predictive Maintenance
  • Asset Management
  • CRM and CEM Applications
  • Personalisation of Mobility Services
  • Personalised Real-Time Passenger Information
  • Enforcement Systems
  • Traffic Optimisation Management
  • Movement Patterns


  • Transportation Interfaces such as Airports, Ports, Train Stations, Central Bus Stations, Freight and Logistics Centres
  • Standardised Systems, e.g. for Booking and Payment
  • Rail, Road, Flight and Waterway Networks


  • Connected Cars
  • Automated Vehicles
  • Collaboration Platforms 
  • Advanced Forecasting and Data Analytics Applications
  • Real-Time Schedules
  • Capacity Utilisation Forecasts
  • Vehicle Positions
  • Traffic Regulations 
  • Monitoring and Control Systems
  • Smart Gadgets

Service & Applications

  • Cooperation Platforms
  • (Travel) Planning Services 
  • Payment Systems
  • Advanced Forecasting and Data Mining Applications
  • Mobility-on-Demand Services
  • Real-Time Parking Guidance Systems / Dynamic Directional Signage
  • Real-Time Travel Information


  • Smart Grid
  • Sensor Technology
  • Data Sources
  • Barrier-Free Stations


  • Emission Trading Certificates
  • Footprint/Carbon Accounting Systems
  • Monitoring Tools
  • Electric Vehicles
  • Dynamic Pricing
  • Noise Reduction Systems
  • Equipment for Measuring Environmental Pollution
  • Personal Data
  • Batteries and chargers

Service & Applications

  • Incentive Systems
  • Traffic Optimisation and Avoidance System
  • Carbon-Offsetting Services
  • Services Based on Universal Design Principles
  • Battery management system (BMS)
Synchronised Logistics


  • Smart Facilities (Ports, Warehouses, Distribution Centres, Production Facilities, (Freight) Train Stations, Car Parks, Motorway Service Areas)
  • Telematics Systems
  • Internet of Things


  • Autonomous Vehicles
  • Advanced Forecasting and Data Mining Systems
  • Smart Loading Devices
  • Drones
  • Robots

Service & Applications

  • Real-Time Freight Exchanges
  • Cargo Networks
  • Dynamic Route Planning Systems
  • Real-Time Shipment Tracking
  • Delivery Forecasts / Guaranteed Delivery Times
  • Integration of Logistics and Everyday Life
Smart Regions


  • Intelligent Infrastructure
  • Sensor Technology
  • Induction Loop
  • Weather Sensors
  • CCTV
  • Smart Facilities
  • Breakdown and Emergency Systems
  • Traffic Light and Switching Systems
  • Power supply and management


  • Enforcement Systems
  • Traffic Management Systems
  • Data Integration Applications
  • Telematics
  • Dynamic Guidance Systems
  • Dynamic Signage
  • Radar Detection
  • Warning Systems

Service & Applications

  • Traffic Information
  • Travel Time Information
  • Environmental Impact Levels
  • Dynamic Parking Guidance Systems
  • Toll Collection and Payment
  • Inflow Control (ETD instead of ETA)

Target groups

Which exhibitors will be there? Which visitor groups are targeted?
  • Automobile manufacturers and automotive parts suppliers
  • Consultancies and engineering offices
  • Data and service providers
  • Financial service providers
  • Software developers
  • Insurance industry
  • Electrical engineering companies
  • Infrastructure companies
  • Manufacturers of visual signalling systems, traffic lights and telematics systems
  • Start-up companies from the ICT, logistics and mobility sectors
  • Manufacturers of smart gadgets
  • Public sector (local authorities, government agencies etc.)
  • Transportation companies
  • Transport associations and organisations
  • Universities and research institutes
  • User organisations and associations
  • Public and private transportation companies
  • Transport authorities and associations
  • Technology experts and project managers
  • Representatives of local and regional authorities worldwide with responsibility for IT solutions in public areas
  • Local, regional and national authorities
  • Vehicle manufacturers and systems manufacturers
  • IT specialists, engineers and developers
  • Key players in the areas of interoperation and standards
  • Experts from research and development
  • Manufacturers and suppliers from the electrical, electronics, sensor, telematics and navigation sectors
  • Telecommunication and software industry
  • Start-up companies
  • Corporate Travel Manager / Mobility Manager
  • Representatives of booking systems
  • Representatives of airlines, airports (and suppliers of digital solutions to the aviation industry)
  • Representatives of tourism companies (tour operators, hotels, car-hire companies, etc.)