Registrations are now open for the NeMo Stakeholder Forum Conference.
This event will take place on Thursday 12 October 2017 at IBM premises in Ehningen near Stuttgart.
The Conference follows the International Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exhibition (EVS30) to be held in the nearby Stuttgart-Messe the over the preceding three days (9 to 11 October). We invite experts and stakeholders in the area of Electromobility to learn more about the developments in the first year of this 3-year project, and specifically the:
- Steps taken in building an Electromobility Hyper-Network with the basic aim to increase interoperability of services for electric vehicles across Europe
- Solutions proposed for an Open European Inter-Roaming Protocol, which will allow Electromobility Roaming Platforms to connect to each other.
Participants will have the opportunity to liaise with project partners and other Electromobility experts, to actively contribute to the discussions and provide valuable feedback in order for NeMo developments to meet the needs of all stakeholders, i.e. users, service providers, industry, infrastructure operators and public authorities.
A developer session will be held in parallel to the Stakeholder Forum Conference. This aims to familiarize interested IT developers and other stakeholders with the tools being planned for developing B2B and B2C applications in the ecosystem of Electromobility. The participants will also have the chance to learn more about the NeMo Service development environments and Hyper-Network and provide their valuable feedback. Further information is available here.
The NeMo conference is free to attend but registration is required. Registration deadline is 27 September 2017 end of the day.
Before registering, please see here for the full agenda and travel details.
Please register here for either the Stakeholder Conference or the Developer session (not both). Participants of both events will attend a common introductory session at the start of the event, which will present a general overview of the NeMo project.