Sustainable mobility is a core concern for all industrial players and public authorities. It affects our lifestyles and economies, but it also faces major changes such as electrification, connectivity and driverless vehicles.
To prepare for these changes, it is essential to fully understand how new technology will be used in future mobility, together with the related business models and issues surrounding social acceptability.
The EVS (Electric Vehicles Symposium) is an international event to address all these issues. The various components of electric mobility will be on display, from markets to vehicle battery technology (hybrid and hydrogen fuel cell), motorcycles to trucks, and from charging facilities to related services and public policy.
EVS 32 will take place this year from May 19-22 in Lyon, France. It will comprise a scientific congress with a reading committee, an exhibition and a ‘Ride and Drive’. It is also an opportunity for exhibitors to promote their products and services, and learn
more about the latest technologies from elsewhere.
It is also the forum where leaders in the electric mobility industry come to speak. There will be a platform for national, regional and European public decision-makers, who will be speaking at plenary sessions, giving an opportunity to compare public policy with industrial strategy.