On the 5th of November, the Berlin Exhibition Grounds opened its doors to the first-ever MES Expo, welcoming exhibitors from all areas of mobility and allowing visitors to witness the many different markets as well as the potential for shared synergies, from rail to road.
Global market leader CRRC used the Expo to present to the world its new rail signalling system – here’s what they had to say:
With their innovative charging technology HARTING Technology and KUKA are presenting microSNAP, a self-driving means of transport. Auto Futures had the chance to speak with KUKA during the second press day:
Dedicated to shaping the mobility of tomorrow, Ioki’s Philipp Keus presented the company’s mobility concept in Berlin, which is focused on helping people move – wherever they are.
MES’ very own Lisa Höfer also caught up with Auto Futures to share her excitement for the event and how much it will develop from its learnings the first time around.
“The creative potential of all our exhibitors at MES Expo clearly demonstrates the dynamic changes taking place in the field of mobility. I hope that this three-day event will prove to be inspiring for our exhibitors, trade visitors and participants in the supporting programme,” she said.
Following the successful European event, Auto Futures looks forward to seeing you next time.