The international IT company Fluidtime will hold its annual conference on Mobility as a Service in autumn. Registration is scheduled to open in June 2020. Possibilities for virtual participation are currently being explored. Following consultation with all speakers involved and in light of the ongoing COVID-19 developments, Fluidtime decided to hold the fifth Fluidtime Symposium in early autumn. “The Fluidtime Symposium is the number one peer event for professionals in the field of Mobility as a Service. It has been appreciated within the mobility community for years for its inspiring and personal atmosphere, the quality of the content and its exclusivity. With the new schedule, we are able to offer the experience that our participants, ecosystem partners and employees expect and deserve in a safer environment”, says Michael Kieslinger, CEO and founder of Fluidtime.
The Fluidtime Symposium has grown steadily in recent years and turned into a key event for mobility enthusiasts worldwide. The fifth edition of the symposium was planned for May 2020, but its increasing popularity with international participants had to be seen against the background of current travel restrictions. For this reason, Fluidtime is considering extending the event to a virtual audience, for all those who cannot attend in person. “We are aware that some travel restrictions will remain in place for an extended period of time. We will therefore use the newly gained time to create opportunities for virtual participation. Our aim is to make the event even more diverse and open than any other mobility conference to date,” Kieslinger continued.
About the Fluidtime Symposium
The Fluidtime Symposium is taking place for the fifth time in Vienna. In 2019, around 130 guests from more than 19 countries took part in the symposium to discuss current mobility and transport issues (urban mobility, climate targets, CO2 pollution, incentives for sustainable personal mobility, etc.). With first-class international speakers, the Fluidtime Symposium provides fresh and above all contrasting inputs. The fifth Fluidtime Symposium in September 2020 takes place with the support of the Federal Ministry for Climate Protection, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology. Participants will experience an interactive program that covers all essential steps in the creation and operation of a MaaS ecosystem. Further information regarding the program, participating ecosystems and speakers are available here.