‘Future of Autonomous & E-Mobility’ to showcase transport inventions
A one-day event on Thursday entitled “The Future of Autonomous & E-Mobility,” organized by Hello Tomorrow Hungary, is set to address a range of topics relating to mobility challenges, with innovative startups also showcasing their ideas, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
More than 20 exhibitors from ten countries will join some 500 further participants in the one-time Ganz Electrical Works, now the Millenáris Parkʼs Building B, a monumental industrial building built more than a century ago.
Among the questions to be addressed are:
- “What will our future transportation systems look like, and how will they function?”
- “What role will regional deep-tech startups play in the global mobility revolution?”
- “Which technologies bring us closer to fully autonomous mobility, and what are Hungary’s aspirations as far as facilitating breakthroughs of these innovations?”
The event will feature appearances by several CEOs, both domestic and foreign, including Kevin Noertker, founder and CEO of Los Angeles-based aerospace company Ampaire, and Hungarian startup incubation specialist Zsolt Kovács, from Enterprise Hungary Ltd.
A working Hyperloop prototype will be exhibited for the first time in Hungary, with the eventʼs organizers offering group tours of the Millenáris Startup Campus, as well as food and drinks and a party at the end.
“The Future of Autonomous & E-Mobility” begins at 8.45 a.m. on Thursday, September 27, in Millenáris Parkʼs Building B (1024 Budapest, Kis Rókus utca 16-20). Prior registration is mandatory, with both registration and tickets available via the official Hello Tomorrow Hungary website.
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