Future Mobility Europe

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.

Registration for this online event will open in October 2022.

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We’ll deliver this online event using Microsoft Teams. If you have any questions regarding participation, including knowledge partnerships or speaking opportunities, please drop us an email.


Electric vehicle battery of the future

Date: Monday, 7th  November 2022
Time: 3pm  UTC
Format: Panel
Duration: 1 hour

Electric vehicle battery technology is arguably the fiercest future mobility battleground as OEMs and suppliers scramble to boost range and reduce charging times and costs for their customers. In short, better batteries could revolutionize the already burgeoning electric vehicle market.

  • What are the benchmarks for range, charging times, and cost for mass electric vehicle adoption to occur?
  • What challenges does the industry face in creating better batteries, and how can they be overcome?
  • Do we have enough manufacturing capacity to support the growing market for electric vehicles?
  • How do we solve the electric vehicle battery end-of-life problem?

Fuel cell vehicles and the future of mobility

Date: Tuesday, 8th  November 2022
Time: 3pm UTC
Format: Panel
Duration: 1 hour

Recent investments into hydrogen fuel cell ventures by many of the world’s largest vehicle manufacturers suggest that the fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) will play a significant role in enabling CO2-neutral transportation in the future. However, whether the technology will achieve widespread adoption or be limited to niche applications remains to be seen.

  • What is the current size of the FCEV market, and how will it evolve over the next decade and beyond?
  • What advantages do FCEVs have over battery electric vehicles (BEVs)?
  • What are the main challenges to the mass adoption of FCEVs, and how can they be overcome?
  • When will hydrogen be cost competitive?

Cockpit of the future

Date: Wednesday, 9th  November 2022
Time: 3pm UTC
Format: Panel
Duration: 1 hour

Tomorrow’s electric, connected, and autonomous cars will demand a radically different occupant experience, where drivers and their passengers interact with the vehicle in entirely new ways.

  • How have consumer expectations regarding the cockpit experience evolved with the transition to connected and electrified vehicles?
  • How will cockpit design change as we move towards fully self-driving cars?
  • Which materials will dominate the cockpit of the future?
  • How can suppliers in the cockpit supply chain differentiate their products and services?

Taking ADAS to the next level

Date: Thursday, 10th  November 2022
Time: 3pm UTC
Format: Panel
Duration: 1 hour

Driven by the demand for a safe, efficient, and convenient driving experience, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) will play a starring role in the evolution of mobility. Basic features such as collision warnings will soon be ubiquitous in most new vehicles sold in developed markets, but there is still much work to do before the fully autonomous vehicle becomes a reality.

  • What are the main drivers of ADAS adoption rates, and which regions are taking the lead?
  • How will the ADAS market evolve over the next decade and beyond?
  • What are the main challenges to increasing penetration of more sophisticated ADAS features, and how can they be overcome?
  • Is fully autonomous driving possible?

Decarbonizing road freight

Date: Friday, 11th  November 2022
Time: 3pm UTC
Format: Panel
Duration: 1 hour

The road freight sector is responsible for almost 10% of global CO2 emissions, and its contribution is climbing. As a result, the industry must endeavour to reduce its emissions by a massive 60% by 2050 to meet Paris Climate Agreement targets.

  • Why must we decarbonize road freight, and which stakeholders should take the lead?
  • What targets are in place for road freight decarbonization, and are we on track to meet them?
  • Which technologies will most impact road freight decarbonization efforts over the next ten years and beyond?
  • What are the main challenges to the mass adoption of zero-emission road freight technologies, and how can they be overcome?

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