How do you facilitate, implement, and encourage safer, more sustainable, and smarter mobility solutions? How does mobility function in a digital society? What are the innovations in the field of livable cities? How do you achieve long-term behavior change in mobility for an emission-free future?
These and other questions will be at the heart of the Automotive Week, which will take place from April 16 to 19 at the Automotive Campus in Helmond, in the heart of the Brainport region of the Netherlands.
Automotive Week 2023 is “the place to be,” where innovations begin, skills and passion for mobility are discovered, and the future of mobility is changing! You will be exposed to a diverse program of lectures, deep dives, and debates by and for (future) professionals, leading companies, and thought leaders.
The opening of Automotive Week 2023 will be executed by Major of Helmond, Elly Blanksma, with the presence of
- Mark Harbers, Minister of Infrastructure and Water Management,
- Winfried Hermann, Minister of Transport in Baden-Württemberg,
- Viktor Haase, Secretary of State Ministry of Transport North Rhine-Westfalia
- Anne-Marie Spierings, Regional Minister Energy, Circular Economy and Environment.
Many more European experts, partners and CEOs from the world of smart, safe and sustainable mobility and many national and international guest speakers will be present and contribute, such as Cecilia Braun, Suzanna Kraak, Giulia Renzi, Hector Cañas, Matthieu Graindorge, Karen Vancluysen, Joost Vantomme, and Steve Phillips.
There will be a special deep dive session with two CCAM Partnership projects: SINFONICA and MOVE2CCAM.
Last but not least the event is organised by several CCAM Association members, such as the Province of Noord-Brabant, TU/e Eindhoven, and the city of Helmond.
Programme and registration are accessible through https://www.automotiveweek2023.com/.