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The global mobility, transport and smart city ecosystem will gather at the Bella Center Copenhagen on the 12th and 13th October 2022 for The International Mobility Summit. For the seventh year running, the summit will bring together members of the global mobility, transport and smart city ecosystem, thought leaders, disruptors, innovators, investors, and policymakers, to shape and plan mobility for cities of the future.Building on past successes, the summit creates an inspiring and engaging environment for the global community to connect, share, and work together on the next phase of mobility challenges and opportunities while showcasing cutting-edge technology and bridging the gap between EU policymakers and industry.The International Mobility Summit has chosen Copenhagen to host the event in 2022 and 2023 thanks to the city’s ongoing and demonstrable commitment to sustainability, mobility and the smart city model. The ambitious leaders of Copenhagen plan to make the metropolis the first carbon-neutral capital by 2025, as well as becoming the European leader in green technology and innovation. Denmark has a vibrant ecosystem of companies and organisations devoted to fostering green solutions and delivering innovative projects in smart sustainable cities and mobility. The buzzing capital mixes royal history, modern architecture and culture with sustainable living and a vibrant food scene, making it an incredible place to host the event.This year, the summit will welcome speakers such as as Line Barfoed, Mayor of Technology & Environment at City of Copenhagen, Carlo Borghini, Executive Director, Europe’s Rail Joint Undertaking; Helena Fagraeus Lundström, Chief Sustainability and Strategy Officer at Xshore, Henk Swarttouw, President, European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF), and Inga Grieger, Business Development Manager, BMW i Ventures, to lead talks on rail, Cycling, infrastructure, carbon-neutrality and more.The importance of transport planning cannot be understated, as it defines the structures around our civil, political and economic development. Furthermore, transport infrastructure development is inherently a cross-border issue, and increasingly becoming both a climate and environmental issue. Since transport planning knows no borders, and it is a field with an incredible amount of stakeholders and societal implications, we applaud The International Mobility Summit and their ambition to bring together stakeholders and decision makers in a global arena to break down national silo thinking, and shed a light on issues of great practical importance for everyone” says Thomas Becker, Managing Director at STRING.The summit will feature 15 tracks of content covering all most current and impactful topics within the Mobility and Smart City spaces including Automation, Shared Mobility, Women in Mobility, Micromobility & Active Travel, MaaS & Ticketing, Electro Mobility, Clean & Sustainable Mobility, City Leaders, Urban Air Mobility, Young Leaders in Mobility, Urban Logistics & Freight, Smart Cities & Infrastructure, Designing for the Future of Mobility, Connectivity and Data Sharings and Carbon Neutral Transport.The event will include a mix of keynote speakers, panel discussions, fireside chats, and close-door discussions in Copenhagen. There will also be a number of side events, educational tours in the city, curated sessions with partners like IAA Mobility, CCAM association, ECF, Nordic + and many more.

Find out more at theinternationalmobilitysummit.com

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