Future Mobility at hub.berlin 2023
From urban mobility and intelligent freight to air and water transport, Mobility is in a state of flux.
Whether more traffic safety, less congestion or new transportation offers - a thoroughly digitally conceived mobility plays a key role in the development of our societies facing challenges to become more resilient, flexible, and sustainable.
The full potential of mobility can only be unleashed if the modes of transport are not viewed separately from each other but considered as an ecosystem.
This year, Bitkom's Digital Mobility Conference will be integrated into the hub.conference. Part of day 2 will be dedicated to exploring together the mobility revolution:
Dr Volker WissingGerman Federal Minister for Digital and Transport, will give the closing keynote at hub.berlin 2023 and share his vision for the mobility sector.
Ellen Kugelberg is CPO of Einride. The company has set itself the goal of sustainably changing road freight transport with Autonomous Electric Transport (AET) and an intelligent mobility platform.
Oliver Mackprang is CEO of MILES Mobility. MILES believes that mobility should be shared, sustainable and accessible to all. In doing so, they want to be part of the personal mobility mix and improve urban life.