The international forum dedicated to technologies applied to intelligent, autonomous and connected vehicles is coming again to Malaga city. S-Moving is the reference space for companies, professionals and public administration working in smart transports.
For two days, October 9th and 10th, in the Trade Fairs and Congress Center of Malaga (FYCMA), could be discover the trendiest innovations in land, aerospace and maritime technologies environment. International participants such as Siemens, Airbus, Dekra, Aertec, etc. will can stablish synergies, make contacts, find business opportunities and share experiences.
Transverse technology, aerospace technology, maritime-marine technology, intelligent infrastructures, terrestrial technologies, SDV and 4.0 applications, urban mobility, drones and new mobility solutions.
A forum with several spaces
Exhibition: Areas with stands where the innovative companies related to autonomous systems, connected vehicles, and their technologies can showcase their products and services.
Networking: Area for meetings, B2B to create new business opportunities.
Test Areas for connected vehicles: outdoor area for demonstration with connected vehicles.
Flying area: Indoor area specifically for demonstration flights of drones and unmanned systems.
S-Moving Lab: Space for presentations of companies, projects and success stories.
S-Moving Forum: Space where the conference program will be celebrated, composed by round tables of experts and success cases as well as they will analyse the sector current situation.
Beyond sharing knowledge and experiences, S-Moving will be a commercial scenario with more than 300 professionals interested in generating business and network opportunities. Emerging startups will be together with multinational companies. In this way, the FYCMA director has stressed that it is “an event aligned with city’s strategy”, which was created collaboratively to “showcase news, advance trends and generate business opportunities and collaboration between all involved agents”. In the same way, Felipe Romera, Andalusia Technology Park director, has highlighted the ideal character of Malaga to host this kind of event. Also, he has pointed how the PTA “has been transformed in a few years around disruptive technologies”, especially mobility, on which he said, “there is a more important emphasis”.