The rapid advancement of technology connected users to mobility in new ways through the Internet of Things (IoT). With the advent of these new technologies such as autonomous vehicles, advanced data analytics, and more, the event will explore the ways players can enhance public-private partnerships to improve the sustainable mobility ecosystem.
The City of Berlin is an excellent case study in expertly bringing actors together, as evident in the success of its public-private partnerships that have contributed to the city’s reputation as a leader in mobility innovation through its groundbreaking MaaS-app Jelbi.
However, it currently seems as if the “classic car” would remain a cornerstone in Berlin's mobility portfolio: Developments in the past have shown that measures to electrify car traffic are not yet sufficient. In that frame, the Berlin Mobility Summit also aims to explore the roadmap of the automotive industry to achieve its green transition to a sustainable mobility and energy ecosystem. To make this vision a reality, participants will have the opportunity to engage in thought-provoking discussions, attend informative presentations, and network with peers to share ideas, connect, and build bridges.
The event will highlight successful public-private partnerships and showcase best practices for integrating innovative mobility solutions into urban environments.