On site

Maison des Arts et des Etudiants, 6, avenue de la Fonte
L-4364 Esch-Belval (Luxembourg)


The capacity to move people and goods is essential for our society to function, but we face challenges related to congested roads, rising fuel costs, harmful emissions, and so on.

Luxembourg is breaking new ground by creating a new mobility balance where multiple means of transport – including public solutions as well as private vehicles – are combined into a seamless, digitally supported travel experience.

A move that generates a wealth of innovation opportunities and encourages companies to use the country as a testbed for new mobility solutions.

The most important annual event in the Greater Region for top professionals in the automotive sector will be held in Luxembourg this autumn.

This 2023’s edition focuses on the “Transformation towards sustainable mobility”, and will bring together industry leaders and experts to exchange ideas and expertise on trends, challenges and opportunities.

Technical conferences, technology exhibitions, test drives and company visits will provide insight into how the challenges arising from the transformations of the “AutoMobility” sector are and will be tackled by Luxembourg-based automotive companies and research institutions.

In addition, B2B Matchmaking sessions supported by Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) will offer a unique opportunity to find new technology and business partners through individual meetings.

Who should attend?

  • Mobility solution developers
  • OEMs
  • Research institutions
  • Service providers

Why participate?

  • Hear from the experts committed to transforming the sector
  • Make new contacts and develop cross-border business partnerships within and beyond the Greater Region
  • Test new technologies that will make the vehicles of tomorrow safer, greener, connected & autonomous.
  • Exchange on market trends and opportunities


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