EMT Madrid will present next week in Madrid at Global Mobility Call its strategic projects in the areas of innovation and decarbonization, among others, aimed at consolidating sustainable public transport.

Sustainable Bus is media partner of the event and will be attending the exhibition on site.

The company will participate as a Global Partner in a new edition of Global Mobility Call, the international platform organized by IFEMA MADRID and Smobhub, which from October 24 to 26 will bring together the main leaders and companies working for the development of sustainable mobility.

Highlights from EMT include the achievement of a 100% clean fleet, the progressive electrification of Madrid’s bus network, the revolutionary transformation of EMT’s infrastructures in the interests of decarbonization and the imminent incorporation of hydrogen-powered bus models, among other aspects.

Global Mobility Call, a few figures

The second edition of the Global Mobility Call, the key international Congress and Expo dealing with sustainable mobility, will be held in Madrid from 24 to 26 October. Over 10,000 professionals from a spectrum of industries and 25 countries, with a significant presence from European and Latin American companies, are expected to converge in the Spanish capital in a couple of weeks.

According to the organizers, participation has grown by 76% to 104 expositors compared to 2022, as well as the presence of international companies which represent 25% of the total, compared to 10% of the previous edition. The event promises a rich blend of knowledge exchange, industry insights, and expansive networking and business opportunities, marking a significant stride in global sustainable mobility.

EMT Madrid at Global Mobility Call

Representatives of EMT and the Madrid City Council will take part in the various activities of the event to showcase Madrid’s experience and leadership in sustainable mobility in their capacity as experts.

In the GMC Expo area EMT will occupy a 110-square-meter stand in IFEMA’s Pavilion 14, marked 14F02. The innovation aspect will define EMT’s image in this space, giving visibility to the strategic projects in which the municipal company is immersed.

EMT representatives will take part in the round of sessions of the GMC Congress area. In this segment, the Managing Director of EMT, Alfonso Sánchez, will take part on October 24 in the Main Auditorium in the conference “Public transport as the backbone of sustainable mobility for citizens“.

That same day at the Perspective Forum, EMT’s Director of Mobility, Carlos Mateo, will participate in the conference “Redefining the concept of ownership: shared mobility driving the development of new mobility services”.

EMT’s Director of Transport Services, Carlos Sierra, will take part on October 25 at the Innovation Arena in the conference “Talent, shared challenge”, followed by the Managing Director of the municipal company, Alfonso Sanchez, who will explain to the attendees the details of the Madrid Green Urban Mobility Lab project.

On October 26 at the Agora Connect, EMT’s Financial Director, Alberto Poza, will participate in the conference “Sustainability, Mobility and Financing: an essential challenge for the decarbonization of the economy”. On the same day at Agora Inspire, EMT’s Director of Innovation and Technology, Carlos Acha, will speak at the conference “The digitalization of public transport for a better user experience”.

Global Mobility Call, PwC to present report on e-mobility

Also, PwC will present the eReadiness 2023 report at the Global Mobility Call in Madrid next week. The report analyzes the state of electric mobility in 18 markets around the world.

In its Global Mobility Call participation, from October 24 to 26 at IFEMA MADRID, on the first day of the event, the partner responsible for Automotive at PwC, Manuel Diaz, will present in the Agora Alliance the report prepared from a survey of a panel of 12,500 consumers in countries such as Spain, United States, China, Canada, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Poland, Norway, Thailand, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, India and Australia.

The report includes the eReadiness index that measures the level of maturity and development of electric mobility in each of these markets, based on fourteen indicators grouped into four main areas: public incentives, infrastructure, suppliers and demand.

On October 25, at the Ágora Inspire, PwC will lead the conference “The transformation of mobility 2.0. The beginning of a new stage”, which will address the future of mobility, with the participation of Luis Antonio Ruiz Álvarez, President and CEO of Jaguar Land Rover; Laura Ross, CEO of Volkswagen; Jorge Muñoz, head of Smart Mobility at Iberdrola, and Alejandro Vigaray, co-founder and CEO of BIPI. The round table will be moderated by Manuel Díaz, partner in charge of Automotive at PwC.

On October 26th, the event “Conversations between Harald Wimmer and Lukas Neckermann” will be held at Agora Connect. Harald Wimmer, global automotive sector leader at PwC and Lukas Neckerman, managing director of Neckerman Strategic Advisors, one of the world’s leading experts in mobility will talk about the automotive sector in the mobility ecosystem: sink or survive.

Related articles

Euro Bus Expo returns in Birmingham from November 12-14, 2024

Euro Bus Expo, the UK’s biennial exhibition dedicated to buses and coaches, will return to the NEC in Birmingham from November 12-14, 2024. With 9 months to go before the show opens, organizers announce that 77 percent of the exhibition space has already been sold, reflecting the strong demand...