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Future Mobility Europe 2023

Our Future Mobility Europe online event brings together more than 1,000 stakeholders to discuss the business models, technologies and trends shaping the future of mobility.


Achieving Euro 7

Date: Monday, 9th October 2023
Format: Virtual panel discussion
Duration: 1 hour


Europe’s vehicle manufacturers are under pressure. The 2035 EU ban on CO2-emitting cars has triggered huge investments into electric vehicle programs. Meanwhile, vehicle manufacturers must also work towards Euro 7 standards to ensure that all new cars sold between 2025 and 2035 are as clean as possible.

  • What will change when Euro 7 comes into place for light-duty vehicles (cars and vans) in July 2025?
  • Are the Euro 7 standards stringent enough, and is the timeframe for implementation viable?
  • How will Euro 7 impact vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, and consumers?
  • What are the main technological challenges to achieving Euro 7, and how can they be overcome?

The climate-neutral car

Date: Tuesday, 10th October 2023
Format: Virtual panel discussion
Duration: 1 hour


The transition to electric vehicles will eliminate tailpipe emissions but not those generated during production. To achieve a genuinely carbon-neutral car, vehicle manufacturers must eliminate all greenhouse gas emissions from every aspect of its creation, from conception to customer delivery.

  • Is the carbon-neutral car achievable, and what is the timeline?
  • What are the primary emissions sources created along the car’s entire value chain?
  • What are the biggest challenges to achieving a carbon-neutral car, and how can they be overcome?
  • How will stakeholders manage the end of a climate-neutral car’s life?

Electric vehicle cyber security strategies

Date: Wednesday, 11th October 2023
Format: Virtual panel discussion
Duration: 1 hour


Electric vehicles (EVs) pose new cybersecurity challenges, the impacts of which will worsen as the market and surrounding ecosystem grows. A comprehensive cybersecurity roadmap is essential for the EV revolution to continue unabated.

  • What new cyber threats have appeared due to the rise of EVs?
  • What are the possible consequences of a successful EV cyber attack?
  • What strategies can stakeholders implement to protect the entire electric vehicle ecosystem?
  • What role can regulations play in securing EVs from cyber-attacks?

Zonal architectures and the car of the future

Date: Thursday, 12th October 2023
Format: Virtual panel discussion
Duration: 1 hour


The evolution of the software-defined car is leading to a revolution in how vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers approach E/E architectures. Stakeholders are moving away from vast arrays of domain-orientated embedded ECUs and towards a more centralized system, which uses a handful of high-performance computers for their computing power and keeps ECU usage to a minimum.

  • What are zonal architectures, and what benefits do they offer over existing E/E architectures?
  • What impact will zonal architectures have on vehicle software development and the automotive electronics supply chain?
  • What challenges do zonal architectures create, and how can they be overcome?
  • How can stakeholders accelerate the move to zonal architectures?

Quantum computing and the future of mobility

Date: Friday, 13th October 2023
Format: Virtual panel discussion
Duration: 1 hour


Quantum computers are exponentially faster than traditional computer technology, and their near-infinite problem-solving capacity has led vehicle manufacturers to become early adopters. Although quantum computing remains in a highly experimental stage, it has the potential to become the most disruptive force across the entire future mobility value chain.

  • What is quantum computing, and how could it impact the future of mobility?
  • What are the most likely near-term quantum computing applications in the automotive industry?
  • How will quantum computing impact the quest for autonomous driving?
  • When will the use of quantum machines become widespread in the automotive industry?

Knowledge Partners


HORIBA MIRA is a global provider of automotive engineering, research and test services, with over 75 years’ experience in developing some of the world’s most iconic vehicles. We work in collaboration with vehicle manufacturers and suppliers around the world, providing comprehensive support for technology development, integration and verification through to full-vehicle development and certification.

Our vision is to positively influence every journey in the world and our engineers are utilising the latest test facilities and simulation tools to improve lives by making journeys safer, cleaner and smarter.

We have been at the forefront of hybrid and electric vehicle systems solutions for over ten years. Our experts work with customers in the latest areas of vehicle electrification development, providing engineering and test consultancy from concept design through to final validation, to propel our customers’ energy-efficient electric and hybrid vehicle products into the marketplace.

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Digitization, increasing automation and new business models are revolutionizing industries. These forces are giving rise to four disruptive technology-driven trends in the automotive sector: autonomous driving, connectivity, electrification and in-vehicle experience.

At Molex, we believe in the transformative power of creating connections for life. For more than 60 years, the world’s leading automotive companies have trusted us to innovate, engineer, and deliver high-quality products to improve reliability, performance and experience in transportation. As a result, our designers, engineers and manufacturing leaders are building the future with solutions that make a real difference in the world. We create the technology inside the technology, from design to development, logistics to testing, manufacturing to delivery. We leverage global resources and a rich history to drive a customer-first culture.

Technology can improve the world – if you imagine it, we can discover solutions. Molex is ready to serve you in the world of rapid and fundamental change with value to help shape the industry’s evolution.

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Roland Berger

Roland Berger, founded in 1967, is the only leading global consultancy of German heritage and European origin. With 2,400 employees working from 35 countries, we have successful operations in all major international markets.

Our 52 offices are located in the key global business hubs. The consultancy is an independent partnership owned exclusively by 230 Partners.

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