The automotive sector globally is currently in the process of radical reinvention. The next decade will see a seismic transformation of the industry with an estimated 40 percent of personal mileage in Europe being autonomous by 2030. This represents a dramatic shift in mobility behaviour both through private and shared usage. This auto revolution will involve the creation of new digital mobility services and of the physical and regulatory infrastructure to support them.
It is against this background that the European Regional Forum is organising its first Automotive and Mobility Services Conference. Aimed at legal practitioners and in-house counsel, this one-day conference will focus on the implications of this transformation for Europe.
- A review of the current state of the European Car Industry and future trends
- The growth of new mobility services and the increasing role of software and internet firms
- The challenge of building the necessary physical and regulatory infrastructure
- The priorities for in-house counsel in a world of innovation and change
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