The European Automotive Forum is an initiative of FEBIAC, the Belgian Automobile Federation, with the support of ACEA, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association.
Organized within the European Motor Show in Brussels, the capital of Europe, the European Automotive Forum is a platform where EU policymakers, Member State representatives and automotive decision makers can meet up, debate relevant topics and discover the latest automobile innovations.
After a successful 2010 edition on 'Low Emission Cars: Turning the hype into reality in the EU', the 3rd edition of the European Automotive Forum held on January 12, 2012, was focused on “Individual Mobility in EU Cities by 2030”.
Urban mobility is a key issue addressed within the last EU White Paper on Transport Policy. The EAF 2012 took this opportunity to bring together European, national and local policy makers, the automotive industry and other mobility stakeholders to debate on “How individual mobility needs will be fulfilled in the cities of tomorrow?”
In four sessions, the EAF 2012 has tackled the following themes: energy, future fuels & powertrains; urban infrastructures; new urban vehicles & mobility concepts; intelligent transport systems. These workshops were followed by a closing debate on the future of individual mobility in European cities.
The EAF 2012 welcomed more than 220 attendees from all over Europe. You can click on the page 'Program EAF 2012' to download the speakers's presentations, the pictures of the event as well as the list of participants.
We look forward to seeing you at the 4th edition of the European Automotive Forum!