The second edition of Tomorrow.Mobility World Congress (TMWC), the international event promoting the design and adoption of new sustainable urban mobility models, will be held in Barcelona from 15 to November under the theme What Moves You? Jointly organised with Fira Barcelona, our annual flagship event will gather the leading international experts and over 100 exhibiting companies to chart together the roadmap towards the future of mobility.
The Congress programme of TMWC 2022 will address the key challenges that an increasingly urbanised society is facing and will focus on the topics that will reshape mobility in the coming years, such as Mobility as a Service (MaaS), micromobility, Public Transport, Last Mile Logistics, Future and Digital Transportation, Transport Infrastructure, and Energy Transition & Efficiency, among others.
The event will be held alongside Smart City Expo World Congress (SCEWC), the benchmark tradeshow and congress on cities and smart urban solutions, setting the stage for an unparalleled platform of urban innovation that will bring together at Fira de Barcelona’s Gran Via venue over 1,000 exhibitors, including companies, cities, governments and institutions, and over 24,000 attendees.
Maria Tsavachidis, President of Tomorrow.Mobility World Congress and CEO of EIT Urban Mobility, said: “As the leading event for urban mobility innovation, Tomorrow.Mobility gives cities a powerful global voice and an innovative platform for common urban action. We are the meeting point for governments, companies, entrepreneurs, startups, research centres, and citizens, the place to showcase projects and find new solutions. We believe we must seize this opportunity to accelerate the transition to new mobility patterns that answer the urgent need for a paradigm shift that ensures a sustainable future and liveable cities.”
Among the first companies that have confirmed their presence at TMWC are Accenture, AENA, Axess, Deloitte, DOTT, Easymile, Electronic Trafic, Equinsa, FGC, Flowbird, Groupe Aéroport de Paris, Hayden AI, Kempower, Mastercard, Microsoft, Moventia, Nexus Geographics, Ouster, PBSC Urban Solutions, Plug Zen, Port de Barcelona, RACC, Social Car, Sprinx Technologies, TMB, Transport for London and Vodafone.
A 365-days-a-year platform
The goal of Tomorrow.Mobility is to go beyond a yearly event, and to do so, a digital content platform with a global reach was launched last year. Operating 365 days a year, it provides access to both live events and on demand contents divided into themes with the aim of facilitating knowledge transfer. It also includes tools for networking and the training of professionals.