Organised as a digital event, the show was aimed at taking this dialogue forward and explore more options that India needs to look at both from the technology aspect and the fuel choice
The second edition of Future Mobility Show (FMS) 2021, an initiative of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) supported by the Automotive Components Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA) and Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), was organised from February 25 to March 3, 2021 on the CII Hive Virtual Platform. The event was supported by the Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce and Industry; Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change; Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs; Ministry of Power; and Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, Government of India.
The first edition of FMS held in February 2019 in Bangalore had set the agenda for transformation of India’s mobility sector by bringing all the stakeholders on a single platform for the development of future-ready and environmentally sustainable mobility products and technologies. The international conference held concurrently with FMS 2019 focused on five national objectives – responsible mobility, energy security, environment, urban mobility and ‘Make in India’.
FMS 2021, organised as a digital event, was aimed at taking this dialogue forward and explore more options that India needs to look at both from the technology aspect and the fuel choice. It showcased the latest products and innovations for future mobility, including vehicles, alternate energy solutions, and related infrastructure to support this initiative. The event facilitated webinars, B2B meetings and networking opportunities, ensuring participation of a large number of visitors and delegates at the event.
An international conference was also held concurrently with FMS 2021. The two-day summit was themed ‘C.L.E.A.N – Connected | Lean | Electrified | Alternate | Novel Mobility’. The conference was addressed by prominent speakers from India and overseas, covering a variety of subjects under future mobility. Key participants in the FMS 2021 exhibition were Ashok Leyland Limited, BMW India, Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, Amplus Power Supply (P) Ltd., Fortum Charge and Drive, Varroc Engineering Limited, Vector Informatik India (P) Ltd., Bajaj Auto Limited, Ampere Vehicles (P) Ltd., Hella India Automotive (P) Ltd., Mahindra Electric Mobility Limited, Uno Minda, MG Motor India (P) Ltd. and TVS Motor Company.