Last week, the eMove360 ° mobility trade fair presented products and concepts for the mobility of tomorrow. We have looked around for you and offer you an insight into the interior of the exhibition halls.
eMove360 ° – Focus on charging infrastructure
The world’s first blockchain charging station, which we were able to present together with wallbe, also met with great interest. Interested parties for the charging station with Share & Charge connection can register for product information here . Tudelft presented a promising solution: a bidirectional charger that derives its energy directly from a PV system and supports four charging currents: EV to PV, EV to Grid, Grid to EV and PV to Grid.
Small is the new big one
Of course, the automobile concepts can not be missing on the eMove. While Tesla exhibited his Model X, many small concepts for urban space were presented. The vehicle concept “meet” by the company mahle left a special impression. The automotive supplier is adapting to the future and has developed an innovative vehicle concept that is geared to the needs of city dwellers. In addition to a newly designed powertrain, thermal management and operating concept make you want more. Interior surfaces are used for heating and increase energy efficiency, in the trunk segways are installed, which make the way to the destination more comfortable. More information at: http://www.meet.mahle.com/meet/de/
But other small cars and logistics solutions were shown. Including the small Microlino or the vehicle for the post office delivery. If the cities evolve in megametroplons as well as in the future, we will certainly experience one or the other vehicle concept in practice.
Our fair conclusion
The eMove360 ° took place for the second time in Munich and recorded significant growth with more than 300 exhibitors from over 25 countries. As a finalist of the eMove Awards, we were able to present Share & Charge with a short presentation as well as a small stand. Interest in our blockchain-based sharing and billing solution was huge. The only downer: the EVS30, which took place a week earlier in Stuttgart, at least the perceived visitor numbers were a bit behind our expectations.