Thematic Areas

The event consists of a CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION program, designed on the current most innovative topics of the mobility field, which will give participants the opportunity to meet the major representatives of the mobility and transport industries, taking part in debates and creating networking opportunities, useful for growing their business, finding suppliers, customers and partners.

The fil rouge that will connect the deepened topics is the development of the so-called “DIGITAL CULTURE” that permeates all the spheres of our life and therefore also of the mobility field, recreating the urban landscape and the use of services connected to it.

The coordination of the huge amount of people living in the today’s megacities can’t take place without the use of digital technologies, for the management of large amount of data, for the developing of essential services for the citizen, from the mobility to the health care, and for the efficiency of all control system, from traffic to safety.

Integrated transports, mobility co-design and urban planning, energy requalification, electric mobility, technologies to collect of information on the territory, expansion of car sharing and bike sharing, there are some of the core features of the so called “innovative district” that is what allows easy connections between people, promotes the creation of long term initiatives, attracts talents and capitals, encourages sharing and collaborative behaviour, always taking into account the needs of sustainability.


Micromobility is becoming a reality in Italy, as a solution capable of reducing the impact on the environment, increasing accessibility and livability of the territory. Alongside the car, bike and scooter sharing, typologies of sharing that are already known and well received by citizens, micromobility services are also starting to develop their own operations in our country, waiting for regulation to be implemented.

As cities struggle with increasing traffic and the need to provide mobility services for a growing population, regulatory authorities, policy makers, urban planners and the business world are beginning to think about the possibility of developing new air platforms as an urban mobility solution. Innovative companies want to test their autonomous personal flight, but they require a clear ecosystem that supports their implementation.

By the development of the so-called Mobility as a Service, the mobility paradigm withstands a substantial metamorphosis, modifying itself from infrastructure to service. The mobility, therefore, can be used in customized “packages” for any need of transport, using a single platform that is able to integrate different types of data and mobility providers.

Driverless vehicles, smart roads, new models of smart mobility and security, lead the digital transformation of the automotive industry. Blockchain and big data become the key needed to develop new intelligent urban mobility. Cities must implement an adequate data monitoring system, capable of guaranteeing an in-depth knowledge of the functioning of the “mobility system” and its criticalities.

Electric mobility is increasingly becoming a reality, thanks to effective policies which aim to promote its development in private, corporate and logistic contexts. More and more investments are made by administrations, services and car manufacturers to ensure that the future of mobility will be nothing but electric, connected, shared and autonomous. Driverless cars, therefore, only with passengers: a real revolution for the architecture of our roads and for our way of interacting with vehicles.

Suburbs’ revaluation and requalification of streets, public spaces, green areas thanks to integrated social projects. In this context, the retraining of railway stations is a central issue to rebuild the urban landscape by promoting connections between districts.