Hypermotion Frankfurt 2022

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

The three Ds at a glance

Digitisation – Decarbonisation – Disruption. These are the three core topics of Hypermotion. But what lies behind these topics? And what concepts do mobility and logistics offer in this regard?

Mirko Dotschmann (Schmott Photographers)
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Journalist and author Mirko Drotschmann, best known as "MrWissen2go", has already taken a closer look at the content of the upcoming Hypermotion. Using animations and examples from everyday life, he explains in his own way the core topics of digitization, decarbonization and disruption.


In recent years and decades, digitisation has be changing our lives at an ever increasing pace. New mobility offerings and services are emerging, such as autonomous driving, on-demand mobility via smartphone apps and intelligent traffic management. Therefore, Mirko Drotschmann and Hypermotion are focusing on the question: How is digitisation driving future mobility?



Germany and Europe are aiming to be climate-neutral by 2050 – but what does that mean for transport and logistics? The solution is called decarbonisation, meaning the transition to transport with as few CO2 emissions as possible. Mirko Drotschmann and Hypermotion show how the transformation to decarbonised transport can succeed.


Innovative vehicle concepts and new technologies will completely turn mobility and logistics as we know them upside down – that is what disruption means. Fundamental changes are taking place in our everyday lives, as can be seen during the ongoing corona pandemic. Mirko Drotschmann and Hypermotion discuss the resulting effects.

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