What challenges will we have to face in the next 10 years? The world is at a crossroads. If we want to leave a world worth living in to our future generations, we must set the course for this in the coming years. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change adopted an agreement in 2015 with the aim of limiting man-made global warming to well below 2 degrees C compared to the pre-industrial age. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has calculated a CO2 budget to avoid global warming beyond your defined limit. By 2030, CO2 emissions in Germany should be reduced by more than 50%. In the transport sector, however, CO2 emissions are still rising due to the trend towards larger and heavier vehicles and a sharp increase in mobility needs.
Smart Mobility Services in particular have the potential to reduce the distances travelled, lower CO2 emissions and counteract the dependency of individual vehicle ownership through digitally networked services and more efficient utilisation of vehicles and resources.
The Automotive Cluster of Bayern Innovativ GmbH, together with Technische Hochschule ingolstadt, is once again presenting innovative solutions from science and business at this year's Conference on Smart Mobility Services (CoSMoS).
Exciting presentations will showcase best practices, forward-looking concepts and project results from the most diverse facets of Smart Mobility Services.
Let's think together about how the opportunities offered by intelligent mobility services can be better exploited for the nuclear mobility and mobility industry, for start-ups, communities and, above all, for people.
Let us inspire you, discuss with us and be there when tomorrow's mobility is presented today.
Here you will find the registration link and further information on CoSMoS.