Siemens opens the IAA Studio at the Wittelsbacherplatz in Munich
IAA Studio as a platform for visionaries, companies and organizations to debate the mobility of the longer term
12 events from September 7 to 9 at the Siemens headquarters at the Wittelsbacherplatz in Munich
With the motto “#MoveToTransform,” Siemens will have an appearance at IAA Mobility 2021, which this year is happening within the Bavarian capital for very first time. As a focused technology company, Siemens will present a holistic view of the mobility of today and therefore the future. the main target isn’t only on connecting the important and digital worlds, but also on promoting dialogue between visionaries, organizations and corporations . With its very own IAA Studio, Siemens aims to contribute actively to the discussions surrounding the mobility of the longer term .
The IAA Studio will open on Tuesday, September 7, at 10:30 a.m. at the Ludwig Ferdinand Palais at the Wittelsbacherplatz in Munich. During the one-hour event, participants will receive an summary of the three days of planned events also as all information about the #MoveToTransform campaign. The kick-off event are going to be rounded off with an exchange on the role of individuals in innovation and technology within the fields of mobility and infrastructure. For this first event, the IAA Studio welcomes Lynette Jackson, Head of Communications at Smart Infrastructure, Dr. Nari Kahle, author of the book “Mobility on the Move” and Head of Strategic Programs at CARIAD SE, and Christophe Marnat, Executive vice chairman – Electronics and Advanced Driver Assist Systems Division at ZF Group.
The individual sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will cover topics starting from autonomous vehicles and therefore the transformation of the automotive industry, as to if electrification is that the only option going forward for the automotive industry, and what fast charging options for electric trucks are. Furthermore, we’ll host a discussion on how intelligent solutions in road traffic make our cities more livable, with a special specialise in road users facing mobility challenges in their daily lives. we’ll also take a glance at the importance of digitalization for mobility today and the way MaaS (Mobility as a Service) platforms and apps make it easier for travelers to access mobility options. and can be presenting the world’s first augmented-reality workshop solution. Also on the agenda: First and last-mile mobility solutions and therefore the future potential offered by state-of-the-art AI and Deep-Learning technologies. those that wish to attend may register here: iaa-studio.siemens-events.com.
The number of spots available for physical attendance are limited thanks to the present pandemic and are subject to a strict hygiene concept. Participants must follow the German 3G rule (tested, vaccinated or recovered).