Comprising a forum, exhibition and test track, the format offers a broad range of options for engaging with micromobility.
The forum is where micromobility experts and users from industry, public administration and government will be able to discuss the latest innovations, examples of current best practice, and new solutions. It will be supported by an adjacent networking area, where participants can share ideas and mingle in a relaxed atmosphere.
The micromobility expo’s visitor target audience includes professionals from municipal and urban authorities, city urban planning departments and tourist information centers. The show will also target lawmakers, commercial buyers, dealers, logistics companies, fleet managers, railway station managers, repair and maintenance shops, nursing and home assistance services and consumers.
The expo will cover three main theme areas: micro-vehicles, mobility infrastructure, and mobility services. The micro-vehicles area will feature displays by manufacturers, component suppliers, importers and service providers in the lightweight passenger and freight vehicles sector.
At the test track (located on the open-air site and in the pavilions), visiting professionals and end consumers will be able to take a range of micro-vehicles for a test drive. And to keep hunger at bay, there will be food trucks on the open-air site, offering a wide range of food and refreshments.