Smart Mobility 2018
Reputed Experts and Inspiring Speakers
Exhibitions on cutting-edge smart mobility technologies and services
We are taking you to the future of smart mobility
16 - 17 Oct 2018 / Hilton Abu Dhabi, UAE
Promote your innovative solutions
Increase your visibility and make deals
Talk to your customers
Enjoy B2B meetings
A must attend event where vendors, experts from the government and industry, as well as customers are under one roof to: (1) Explore the latest technologies; (2) Network with a variety of public- and private-sector figures; (3) Make business deals and create partnerships; and (4) Discuss current and future requirements toward next generation smart mobility.
Put yourself forward to an outstanding selection of stakeholders in the highly promising field of mobility and its related technologies, applications, and services.
The talks of our distinguished speakers as well as the setup of booths will be available soon.
By 2020, there will be 1/4 billion connected vehicles on the road, enabling new in-vehicle services and automated driving capabilities.
By 2020, about 1/5 vehicles on the road worldwide will have some form of wireless network connection, amounting to more than 250 million connected vehicles.
By 2020, the market for driver assistance systems is expected to grow to about 50 billion euros, while the market for automobile safety technology is expected to be sized at approximately 33 billion euros.
By 2021, shared self-driving cars will be 4 to 10 times cheaper per mile than buying a new car and 2 to 4 times cheaper than operating an existing paid–‐off vehicle.
By 2025, 67 million automotive 5G vehicle subscriptions will be active. 5G will enable broadband multimedia streaming, cloud services for vehicle lifecycle management, capturing and uploading of huge volumes of sensor data, and cooperative mobility through V2X communications.
By 2030, the autonomous vehicle industry is expected to be worth US$87 billion.
By 2030, 95% of U.S. car miles traveled will be in self-driving, electric, shared vehicles.
By 2040, self-driving cars will take over. Self-driving cars will reduce the number of traffic accidents by upward of 90%.
By 2050, there could be 2.5 billion more people living in urban areas. If 10% have a car, that’s another 250 million vehicles.