Mobility is a major issue in Germany – not just due to its geographical location at the crossroads of Europe but also because it is one of the world’s leading export nations, which makes it highly dependent on maritime mobility. The keynote theme of the upcoming German Mobility Congress is networked mobility and FleetMon CEO Lars Brandstäter will be one of four experts on a panel discussing safe transport networks.
Networked mobility is at the very heart of the FleetMon service portfolio. After all, its AIS-based vessel tracking service informs customers about the precise movements of any ships they are interested in – anywhere in the world. “I was delighted to accept the invitation to join a panel discussion at the German Mobility Congress because FleetMon plays a key role in enabling safe transport networks at sea,” Lars Brandstaeter says. The FleetMon CEO will join Hans-Hilmar Rischke, Head of Safety at Deutsche Bahn, Mechthild Stöwer, Head of the Security Management Department at the Fraunhofer Institute for Safe Information Technology, and Prof. Dr. Stefan Pickl from the RISK Centre of the Federal Armed Forces’ University in Munich on the panel that will address key networked transport issues. Up to 400 attendees are expected at this event.
The Germany Mobility Congress is taking place at the House of Logistics and Mobility (HOLM) in Frankfurt/Main from October 4-6 (www.deutscher-mobilitaetskongress.de).