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The 2nd Future Mobility Show (FMS 2021) is scheduled from 25 February - 3 March 2021 on CII Hive Virtual Platform. This new initiative of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), for creating a sustainable future mobility in India, is supported by the Automotive Components Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA) and Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM).
The first edition of FMS held in February 2019 in Bangalore was a success and set the agenda for transformation of India’s mobility sector by bringing all stakeholders on a single platform for the development of future-ready and environmentally sustainable mobility products and technologies. FMS 2019 has catalysed thedialogue on the options that India needs to look into both from the technology aspect and the fuel choice. The maiden edition of FMS saw global participation to provide useful insights into the global trends in future mobility. FMS addressed three important issues of clean and sustainable environment, energy security and job creation in a very technology agnostic manner.
FMS 2021 will be taking the dialogue forward and exploring more options that India needs to look into both from the technology aspect and the fuel choice. It is an industry initiative to bring all stakeholders under one platform to find suitable solutions to achieve zero emission mobility in India for future, in line with the Government of India initiatives for this segment. FMS 2021 will showcase the latest products and technologies of zero-emission standards from around the world, including zero-emission vehicles for future mobility, alternate energy solutions, and related infrastructure to support this initiative.
An international conference will also be held concurrently with FMS 2021. This forum will provide an opportunity to all stakeholders from around the globe including decision makers from Industry and Government, to come together to discuss, deliberate, and find suitable solutions for a sustainable Future Mobility for India.
The free-to-attend exhibition provides attendees with the opportunity to explore the latest designs, manufacturing processes, technological advances, materials and trends.