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Klimamobility 2019

Klimamobility is betting on the new scenarios that technology opens up to mobility and the key role that the latter plays within the development of urban areas. To exploit the synergies with the world of "building well", the Klimamobility congress is part of the main Italian fair for energy efficiency and renovation in the building industry: Klimahouse had already hosted Klimamobility last year and architects took part in the event. urban planners and mobility experts.

"Driving the mobility of the future. Today's changes for tomorrow's mobility" is the title of the 2019 edition, scheduled for the afternoon of Wednesday, January 23rd, which in addition to the congress will also offer test drives for cars and vehicles of the future and an exhibition area.

The first part of the conference includes a meeting moderated by the journalist Mauro Tedeschini: an overview of the change in the automotive industry and the infrastructural needs that this entails.
Two speakers of excellence in the field of automotive that will be compared: Michael Macht, expert in the automotive industry (former CEO of Porche Spa and later head of production in South America, Russia, India and China by Volkswagen Spa ), and Johann Wohlfarter, CEO of Alperia Spa since 2016.

During Klimamobility four round tables: "Scenarios of the future" with Michael Macht, Johann Wohlfarter and Peter Mölgg, CEO GKN ePowertrain, "Technologies for the future" with Philipp Senoner of Alpitronic, Roberto Riggio, Head of WIN, FBK CREATE-NET and Karl Skybus Trojer, "Mobility and tourism" with Tommaso Gecchelin, CTO NEXT and Peter Brandauer - mayor of Werfenweng in Austria, "Fleets of vehicles today and tomorrow" with Charlotte Wallin from the University of Kempten and Benjamin Profanter from Profanter.

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Official website (in German language)