S-MOVING Smart, Autonomous & Unmanned Vehicles Forum 2nd Edition

S-MOVING, Smart, Autonomous and Unmanned Vehicles Forum Second Edition

Date: 09/10/2019 - 10/10/2019
TIme: All Day

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Location

FYCMA. Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Málaga.

Avenida Ortega y Gasset, 201
Málaga
Spain


Málaga will once again become a benchmark for smart, autonomous and connected mobility by land, sea and aerospace with the celebration of S-MOVING, Smart, Autonomous and Unmanned Vehicles Forum, on the 9th and 10th of October.

The event, organised by FYCMA (Malaga Fair and Congress Centre), aims to share, from a transversal perspective, the technologies applied to this type of mobility and its infrastructures. In 2018 it held its first edition which was trailblazing in Europe and brought together more than a thousand professionals around the opportunities and challenges arising from these innovative technologies and their implementation in strategic sectors of the economy, of which more than 90 percent rated the offer collected in the forum as excellent.

S-MOVING, in its second edition, will give us a sneak preview of the most innovative trends in cross-cutting aspects of technology in the terrestrial, aerospace and maritime environment, as well as its infrastructures and its application to the urban environment.

S-MOVING is organised by FYCMA (Trade Fairs and Congress Center of Málaga) and has the involvement and support of an organising committee currently made up of leading public and private entities in the various sectors and areas of work involved. This is the case for companies such as Aertec, Accenture, ADIF, Airbus, Alstom, Atyges, Dekra, Indra and Mades, as well as institutions and organisations such as the City Council of Málaga, the Andalucia Technology Park (PTA), the IDEA Agency, the association of technological and digital companies, AMETIC; the Port Authority of Malaga -Málagaport-; the Asociación de Empresas Gestoras de los Transportes Urbanos Colectivos [Association of Management Companies of Public Urban Transport] (ATUC) and the University of Malaga (UMA).

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