Hypermotion Frankfurt will be held from 14 to 16 September 2021 in a hybrid formula. The German innovation platform on mobility and logistics will see a live, in-person programme on the exhibition grounds, in accordance with a sophisticated hygiene and protection concept, as well as a series of complementary online events. The trade fair was presented today with a dedicated digital press conference.
Companies that will be exhibiting at the event are looking to network municipalities, research institutes, start-ups, users, investors and other pioneers from the fields of mobility and logistics. Taking a step back, the last edition of Hypermotion Frankfurt took place digitally in November 2020. According to the hybrid concept described by the organizers, along with the live presence, companies will be presenting their products in online profiles, with participants having the opportunity, for example, to make new contacts through digital matchmaking, communicate through one-to-one video calls, and interactively participate in the conferences, which are being streamed live. This ensures that networking will also be possible for those trade visitors who are unable to travel to Frankfurt due to travel restrictions or reasons.
Hypermotion Frankfurt and the need to rethink logistics globally
COVID-19, Brexit and the recent ‘Ever Given’ container ship incident have all highlighted the need to make global supply chains more transparent and resilient. This requires intermodal and data-based concepts, such as AI-based applications and modern sensor technology.
As more and more people move to cities, the volume of traffic, noise and fine particulate pollution increases. What can be done to replace fossil fuels in mobility in order to reduce CO2 emissions? Hypermotion plays host to discussions of alternative drive systems such as electromobility, hydrogen and synthetic fuels. Exhibitors from this field that have already registered include Orten Electric-Trucks and Onomotion.
The Hyperloop Conference on 16 September 2021
A series of panel discussions, masterclasses, speed networking and high-quality keynotes offers the industry the opportunity to find out about the latest developments and share ideas on the challenges that must be overcome for widespread implementation. Exhibitors from this field include the SNCF Group, Zeleros, HyperloopTT, TÜV SÜD Industrie Service GmbH, EIT InnoEnergy SE, Leybold, Swissloop, Tata Steel, Nevomo, Swisspod Technologies and the VAT Group.