M:bility | Detroit

Grasp the future of mobility

Location: The Henry, Dearborn, Michigan Date: 12-13 March 2019


M:bility | Detroit is a two-day conference designed to help stakeholders understand the future of mobility.

On 13th March, our Automotive Partner Joern A. Buss will be holding a keynote and leading the panel discussion among the question: Are electric vehicles ready for the mainstream?

The proportion of electric vehicles (EVs) among global sales of new cars in densely populated areas could reach as much as 50% by 2030, according to recent studies. However, conventional engines still dominate and the industry faces numerous challenges in its quest to bring EVs into the mainstream. These questions will be tackled:

  • How will the market for EVs develop over the next 30 years and what will be the key challenges and drivers?
  • What is the current status of EV battery technology and how will this evolve?
  • Who is responsible for developing an effective and sustainable charging infrastructure?
  • What is the outlook for fuel cell technology?
  • Are autonomous vehicles viable without electric propulsion?


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