Mobility 4.0, electromobility, climate friendliness, augmented intelligence, digitalization in the car and other topics are shaping the future of the automobile and also many events this year.
If you are looking for professional development in this area, to expand your network, or even to move up your career ladder, plan your visits to trade shows and conventions well in advance this year. Most of the time there are Early Bird tickets! Also, far in advance flights and accommodations are cheaper.
We have created an overview for you with the 7 trade fairs and events around the topic of electromobility 2018 in Germany.
The automotiveIT congress is celebrating its tenth edition and is once again the industry meeting place for top decision-makers from the automotive and ICT sectors. The event will focus on the impact of digitization on the world’s most demanding industry: Which future strategies are promising? Which players hold the best cards to shape the transformation. And what adjustments does the industry need to make in order to achieve the turnaround? The experts will answer all these questions at the tenth automotiveIT congress, which will take place on March 22, 2018 under the motto “classroom 10 – the industry meeting ” at the event location WECC in Berlin.
This year’s theme of the groundbreaking conference for executives at manufacturers, suppliers and in the retail sector is: “Big Data – Car Data”. Speakers from Audi, BMW or ZF Friedrichshafen await the participants.
The main topics of the conference provide an overview of the change at the interface from the automotive to the IT world in the context of the digital transformation, which is profoundly changing the structure of an entire industry. Processes, organization and culture often have to be completely changed. Learn how to optimize the vehicle development process according to systems engineering principles and implement new architectures and technologies, such as vehicle computers, using modern software development methods.
All types of automated passenger transport will be covered at this international event, from cars to trucks. The Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo will showcase, discuss and debate everything you need to develop your smart vehicle, from the obvious components such as software, sensors and communication systems of autonomous vehicles to tires and wheels or complete vehicle concepts. The conferences include the Autonomous Vehicle Interior Design & Technology Symposium, the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium and the Autonomous Vehicle Software Symposium.
The world’s leading trade fair for mobility, transport and logistics is taking place for the 67th time this year.
Automechanika Frankfurt is the automotive industry’s leading international trade fair for equipment, parts, accessories, management & services. In 2018, the biennial show celebrates its 25th anniversary with many new themes and REIFEN as a co-located show.
eMove360° Europe 2018 is a global international trade fair for Mobility 4.0. It presents the complete range of future-oriented and sustainable mobility solutions, from urban & mobile design, material and process solutions, automated driving and electronics to infotainment.
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Parallel to eMove 360° Europe, the conference of the same name will be held on the topics of Mobility Engineering, Charging & Energy, Connected & Autonomous Mobility, Battery & Fuell Cell.
Our career tip: If you would like to apply specifically for the open positions at trade fairs and introduce yourself to companies, then we recommend the VDI Recruiting Days. The career fairs for young professionals and experienced engineers and IT specialists looking for a change are held on several dates each year throughout Germany – you can find all the necessary information about the respective recruiting day here.
Are you looking for a new position in the IT or engineering sector and do you want a recruiting process at eye level? Contact us by phone 089 20003740 in Munich or 0221 4668910 in Cologne or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.