At the 44th staging of the International Vienna Motor Symposium, more than 1,000 trade visitors and more than 80 renowned experts from science, the automotive industry and the supplier industry will meet in Austria’s capital from April 26-28, 2023, to discuss current technological and strategic innovations. A trade exhibition of leading automotive and supplier companies will accompany the lecture program.
Topic Focus Motor Symposium: Energy Transition and Alternative Drives
This year, the focus will be on the interaction of different drive systems and energy sources, as well as the energy transition and its impact on the automotive industry in the EU and internationally. Visitors can look forward to high-profile speakers such as Thomas Schmall, Chief Technology Officer of Volkswagen AG, Stefan Hartung, Chairman of the Board of Management of Robert Bosch GmbH, and Christoph Starzynski, Vice President of Mercedes-Benz, who will provide insights into the latest developments on the European market. Other speakers such as Shailesh Chandra, Managing Director of Tata Motors, Sung Hwan Cho, CEO of Hyundai Mobis, Gerald Killmann, Senior Vice President of Toyota, Wayne Griffiths, CEO of SEAT/CUPRA, and also Werner Tietz, Executive Vice President for Research and Development at SEAT S.A., will report on the changes on the international markets. The complete program of the Vienna Engine Symposium 2023 can be found here.
Mosolf and Magility present “Truck Fleet to Zero” project
This year’s list of speakers also includes Egon Christ, Managing Director of MOSOLF Transport Solutions GmbH. Matching the thematic focus of this year’s event, he will present “Truck Fleet to Zero – A technical feasibility study and a TCO-based assessment for the application of zero-emission commercial vehicles in large fleets”. In close cooperation with Dr. Michael Müller, CEO Magility GmbH, and Jürgen Schenk, Senior Executive Advisor Magility GmbH, the results of the successfully implemented transformation project will be presented.
Find out what exciting insights we took away from the symposium in Magility’s post-symposium coverage coming soon to our blog.