‘Futurmotive – Expo & Talks’ Publishes Pre-Catalogue And Conference Programme

Two key elements of Futurmotive – Expo & Talks have been released, with the pre-catalogue and preliminary programme of events now available online.

To be held from 16 to 18 November 2023 at the Bologna Exhibition Centre, the international event features themes of energy and ecological transition, along with innovation in the automotive sector.

The pre-catalogue includes the exhibitors at the event’s three elements: Futurmotive – Expo & Talks, E-CHARGE, and Fleet Manager Academy, with 135 exhibiting companies from all over the world already registered.

The three elements will be held simultaneously, providing visitors with an all-round overview of the mobility ecosystem.

Futurmotive – Expo & Talks, whose exhibitors are located in Pavilions 14 and 19, is aimed at original equipment manufacturers and spare parts dealers; car manufacturers and car designers; manufacturers and distributors of equipment for the workshop of the future; and the tyre supply chain.

The first Futurmotive – Expo & Talks’ presentation, beginning 16 November, will be moderated by TV journalist Maria Leitner. The presentation will take an in-depth look at the challenge of decarbonisation in the mobility sector, followed by a conference curated by ANFIA – Car Design, dedicated to artificial intelligence as a new asset for the car design sector.

At the next session, online magazine ‘SicurAUTO.it’ will present the ‘Aftermarket Report on Electric and Connected Cars’, followed by the ‘Energy Sources, Production, Distribution, Usability’ conference, led by Green & Blue journalist Barbara Gasperini.

Day two will open with Il Sole 24 Ore journalist Filomena Greco moderating ‘Big Data Management and Connectivity’, followed by the conference ‘Land of Motors: Technological Investment Strategies In Motor Valley, Italy and Europe’.

The afternoon session, ‘Transformation Of The Labour Market In The Energy Transition’, will be moderated by Grego and dedicated to the themes of employment and the ‘world of work’.

Situated in Pavilion 16, E-CHARGE is scheduled for 16 and 17 November. Organised by A151, E-CHARGE will target the electric vehicle charging chain, including infrastructure, technologies, and services, and feature conferences and workshops.

The Fleet Manager Academy, scheduled for 16 November, will be organised by Uvet Events – Econometrica in collaboration with its publication Auto Aziendali. The programme is dedicated to corporate mobility and will offer a full day of workshops, seminars, and round tables in Pavilion 31.

In addition to viewing the pre-catalogue and programme, attendees can register and obtain a free admission pass on the Futurmotive – Expo & Talks website.