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Mobility Trends to showcase transport innovation and technology

03.11.2005


Mobility Trends, the first international trade show for technological innovations and trends in mobility and transport, will take place from 31 May to 2 June 2006 at the Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre. This unique trade show will bring together both the public and private sectors, including key design, research and industry players, in order to initiate inter-sectorial cooperation and partnerships leading to technological developments.

Mobility Trends is designed for all manufacturers and suppliers of transport solutions and innovations, as well as for pôles de compétitivité (clusters of excellence, as designated by the French government). Major players from the automotive, aerospace, railway, marine and defence sectors will attend, representing every stage of activity from research to technological applications.

Mobility Trends will aim to give concrete answers to the major problems of tomorrow’s transport, such as the identification of the new needs, challenges and constraints of future mobility and transport, how to coordinate research into alternative technology, and the capabilities of the competitiveness clusters.



Mobility Trends is inter-professional and multi-sectorial. The event aims to be the international crossroads for technological innovations and will showcase high-tech solutions, combined with a full programme of conferences on technological trends, pre-programmed individual business meetings through Proximeeting(r), and an interactive exchange website - Clusnet(r).

Mobility Trends also offers a unique communication tool, as well as a promotional spring-board, in line with the goals of leading European and international authorities.

About Mobility Trends

Mobility Trends, the first international trade show for technological innovations and trends in mobility and transport, will take place from 31 May to 2 June 2006, at the Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre.

Kate Ambler | FTPB - Press Bureau
Further information:
http://www.mobilitytrends.com
http://www.infotechfrance.com/london

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