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24 May – 26 May Leipzig, Germany

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Participants at the 2023 Summit will reflect and share perspectives on the role of transport as an enabler of economic growth that also drives environmental and social sustainability.

WhereLeipziger Messe GmbH (CCL) Messe-Allee 1 04356 Leipzig Germany

WhenWednesday 24 to Friday 26 May 2023

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Commissioner for Infrastructure, Energy and Digitalisation
African Union Commission
Executive Secretary
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)
European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA)
Special Envoy for Road Safety
United Nations

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Saxon State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Labour and Transport

Transport enabling sustainable economy – this year’s motto of the ITF Summit is aimed at a number of important, current issues in Saxony’s transport sector. Sustainable economy means considering all branches, all areas of society in context. The challenges – not only in environmental protection – are enormous. The different conditions in cities and rural areas require different and at the same time closely networked transport systems. What they all have in common is the challenge of minimizing greenhouse gases, i.e. getting away from fossil fuels. Solutions are being researched across all areas of traffic with the help of digital test fields. The Saxon state government supports many projects in this area.

At the Summit, among other things, the Smart Rail Connectivity Campus will be presenting elements of the Annaberg-Buchholz-Schwarzenberg railway test track. In order to make rail traffic more effective, 5G-supported control systems for trains are being developed here.

Flexible and user-friendly operating concepts for public transport in rural areas are being developed in Zwönitz, Ore Mountains. Innovative fuel cell technology is being developed at the Fraunhofer Institute in Saxony.

Sustainability is environmental protection, but goes far beyond that. It also means economical use of resources for our children and grandchildren, fair globalization, social development, education and culture. Saxony is being a co-designer and pioneer here.

Find out more: Saxony. Where the future grows. Be part of it.

Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme

The Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme is the global advocate for motorcycling, as well as being the recognised governing body for motorcycle sport. Founded in 1904 in Paris and currently based in Switzerland, the FIM is made up of 118 National Federations, grouped into six Continental Unions, organising 248 championships. It is engaged in aspects of motorcycling such as mobility and public affairs; technical, medical and judicial issues; tourism and leisure; and promoting women’s involvement in motorcycling. Sustainability is a key priority in both the sporting and non-sporting domains.

U.S. Grains Council

The U.S. Grains Council develops export markets for U.S. barley, corn, sorghum and related products including distiller’s dried grains with solubles (DDGS) and ethanol. With full-time presence in 28 locations, the Council operates programs in more than 50 countries and the European Union. The Council believes exports are vital to global economic development and to agricultural profitability. The Council has over 175 members, made up of U.S. corn, sorghum and barley farmers, agribusinesses, and American ethanol and DDGS producer organizations. The Council believes biofuels such as ethanol are vital to decarbonize the transportation sector and help countries reach net zero by 2050 or sooner.


Securing Future Mobility

AUTOCRYPT is an automotive cybersecurity and connected mobility solutions provider, specialising in the development and integration of security software and processes for in-vehicle systems, V2X communications, Plug&Charge, and fleet management.

AUTOCRYPT’s mobility solutions encompass service planning, development, maintenance, and optimisation of MaaS platforms for ridesharing, demand-responsive transport, multi-modal transport, and accessible transport. The company also develops EV information sharing platforms and charger management systems.

Established in 2019 after spinning off from Penta Security Systems, AUTOCRYPT brings more than two decades of cybersecurity innovations to the automotive and mobility environment. With industry-leading data encryption and user authentication technologies, AUTOCRYPT’s goal is to ensure that vehicles and road users can benefit from the convenience of a secure and connected mobility ecosystem.

AUTOCRYPT’s cybersecurity offerings help OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers secure all stages of the vehicle lifecycle, from design and manufacturing to consumption and disposal. It is one of the first companies in the industry to integrate trusted execution environments (TEE) to automotive systems, for which it received ASPICE CL2 certification.

AUTOCRYPT’s mobility platform development solution, AutoCrypt MOVE, gives businesses, NGOs, and municipal governments the opportunity to build mobility services from the group up – customized for the customers they want to serve, and tailored to their local market needs. AUTOCRYPT is a key enabler for private ventures and public transit operators to enter the MaaS market.