The Smart mobility
summit 2023


The time is ripe for a revolution in transportation, for a world free of oil, populated by clean, accessible and efficient means of transportation.

Join us at the 8th Annual Smart Mobility Summit 2020 to explore and exhibit innovation in alternative fuels and smart mobility and bring our common goals to fruition.

Hosted by Israel’s Prime Minister, we will meet in November in Tel Aviv, Israel, for a dialogue about the world’s most forward-thinking approaches to transportation, cutting edge technologies and future business models, and to promote Israel’s ambitious goal of reducing 60% of the country’s oil consumption by 2025.

The Sheila and Eric Samson
International Smart Mobility Summit

1st-2nd of November 2023 InterContinental David Hotel, Tel Aviv | Israel

2021 Speakers

Smart Mobility Summit 2021

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What makes a country a 'smart mobility nation'

A supportive R&D environment, encouraging inter-sectoral collaborations, promoting essential activities, pilots, and formulating the regulatory steps needed, are crucial for enabling smart solutions and taking a nation forward to the future of smart mobility. When you mix the necessary components – industry, academy, and entrepreneurs, and as a government, provide the right set of tools – that’s when you get innovative solutions and a thriving ecosystem.

Governments around the world develop the necessary frameworks that integrate new mobility solutions into their medium and long-term strategies and put in place the right conditions for the development and scalability of future technologies, fuels, and business models.

How AI is Changing the Mobility Landscape

The future of Transportation is driven by Artificial intelligence-based mobility and intelligent transportation systems.

Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs), autonomous Personal and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (PAVs and UAVs), and Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) are all powered by AI which is the technological foundation and the source of significant competitive advantages in mobility for decades to come.

Electrification: The next phase

The electric car revolution is already here. The countries which are leaders in the field are spread out across the globe, and the regulatory frameworks that they are advancing in order to implement green solutions and decrease the emission of pollutants, are driving the development of various technological solutions that will further support electric cars. Vehicle powertrains and charging, fuel cell technologies, advanced infrastructure and more.

New Mobility: Up in the air

The futuristic and exciting vision of flying autonomous vehicles, drones and other fleets of robots on the roads, in the skies and at sea, will most likely require a long process of legislation and regulation. What is the current industry status and what are the next steps to make the vision come true?