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COMPANIES AND STAKEHOLDERS RENEW THEIR CONFIDENCE IN NME: EXHIBITION’S SECOND EDITION BECOMES THE FOCAL POINT IN ITALY FOR DISCUSSIONS ON GREEN PUBLIC TRANSPORT

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COMPANIES AND STAKEHOLDERS RENEW THEIR CONFIDENCE IN NME: EXHIBITION’S SECOND EDITION BECOMES THE FOCAL POINT IN ITALY FOR DISCUSSIONS ON GREEN PUBLIC TRANSPORT

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Beyond the vehicles: the mobility chain of the future stars at NNE
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The second edition of Next Mobility Exhibition showcase the latest technologies for sustainable mobility.

From software solutions to components, from charging infrastructure to integrated ticketing technologies. The operation of vehicles, certainly the most conspicuous link in the mobility value chain, has as an essential prerequisite the existence of a broad ecosystem of evolving technologies. The Next Mobility Exhibition, scheduled to run from 8 to 10 May at Fiera Milano Rho, aims to provide visitors with a true cross-section of a sector that, alongside its established leaders, is seeing the emergence of new players and new balances, facilitated by macro-trends such as energy transition and digitalisation.

The spotlight will be on the mobility chain of the future. Starting from the recharging infrastructures, exhibitors will include the Polish group Ekoenergetyka, the Spanish company Jema Energy (Irizar group) and the Finns of Kempower, present since 2022 in Italy with a subsidiary that recently inaugurated its first e-bus depot in our country, in Bologna. Siemens, a key player in the conversion of AMT Genoa's depots to electric power, will also be present.

The IT technology segment will be represented by IVU Traffic Technology, provider of a software suite for electric fleet management; Optibus, whose fleet planning and management software has been adopted by over 5,000 cities worldwide, and Italy's Maior. And of course, IT giant Almaviva which, with 46,000 employees, is the fifth largest private group in Italy, could not miss this event. Ioki, the software subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn, will represent the booming on-demand mobility segment at the exhibition. Pluservice will also be present with the new Mooneygo application that can manage the entire urban mobility platform.

Among the big trends in public mobility, it is impossible not to mention MaaS (Mobility as a Service) and digital ticketing: represented by the association ClubItalia that for May 10 has organized an important conference within NME to compare representatives of trade associations, major companies in the local public transport sector and market leaders in the sector. Fairtiq, KentKart, Masabi, Aep will be present at the exhibition.

Lastly, in terms of components: The Italian Mattei Group, compressor manufacturer, joins the multinational giants Kiepe Electric, ZF and Voith.