The European Automotive Noise Conference
The worldwide economical and geo-political developments in the last decennium have made clear that a change of course has become absolute priority. In order to assure stable and sustainable long-term growth, the new political strategies must shift towards a more sustainable and technology-driven economy, which aims to reduce environmental impact and enhance digitalisation across various sectors.
In the last years it not only became clear that we are running behind schedule, but also that the requirements posed by the introduction of a green circular economy not only could, but were indeed having unexpected and sometimes deleterious effects on the socio-economical wellbeing of populations randomly scattered over worldwide countries. We understood that, in order to re-design our industrial and daily life processes such as to promote a green circular economy, powerful digital support in terms of access to big data, inter-connectivity, artificial intelligence, data driven technology and more were indispensable. Whereas in the past digitalisation and green circular economy have grown independently, each with there own targets, twin transition recognises that they are strongly linked, digitalisation must be developed and designed such as to promote green economy and vice versa.
All these topics and more will be central at our upcoming congress…