AutoMotive week 2017

Sunday, 26 March, 2017 - 09:30 to Friday, 31 March, 2017 - 17:00

About Automotive Week

The first edition of the Automotive Week in 2011 was organised on the basis of a joint commitment of several parties with the ambition to mark the step to nationally upscaling smart mobility and to accelerate innovation. Since its succesfull start in 2011, Automotive Week has become a renowned biennial event. An international mobility week in and around the Automotive Campus in Helmond, gathering all stakeholders in the field of smart mobility as to join forces and co-create future mobility.


When and why

The Automotive Week 2017 takes place from Sunday 26 March until Friday 31 March 2017 at the Automotive Campus in Helmond, The Netherlands. During Automotive Week 2017 various organizations will jointly discuss how our future mobility can be organized and how radical innovations in the field of mobility can be facilitated in the Netherlands. For here all the ingredients are in place to develop new services. The Netherlands offers room to test new technologies in cities as well as on motorways. Public and private parties work together under the motto ‘learning by doing’ with the objective of stimulating innovations and to learn from it. For if they work in the Netherlands, they can most certainly also be deployed across the border.


Theme Automotive Week 2017

This year’s theme is Where Smart Mobility meets Traffic. Developments in the world of Automotive, Telecom and Internet are moving very fast. While at the same time significant opportunities to improve the traffic flow, accessibility, liveability and traffic safety can be seized here. Nowadays, motorists and travellers are constantly 'connected' and expect road operators, transport operators and service providers to go along with that trend. Authorities, companies and research institutes prepare themselves for significant changes in the organization of our mobility needs. What does this mean for our current traffic and mobility management and how can the worlds of automotive and mobility co-operate more closely? These are the main questions during the Automotive Week in Helmond at the end of March 2017.

Completed with hot topics such as: international mobility trends, changing roles of road and transport operators, changing mobility needs, international cooperation in the field of standardization and architecture, customized mobility, test opportunities in cities and on motorways and public opinion and behaviour of road users when it comes to autonomous driving, the Automotive Week will offer something for everyone.

During the international mobility week authorities, companies and research & educational institutes will present and demonstrate their ideas and tangible solutions to national and international mobility experts.

Come and join us to discover, experience and contribute ideas to smart mobility!


About the Automotive Campus

The Automotive Campus in Helmond - located in the Brainport Region - is the national and international hotspot, meeting point and place of business in the field of automotive (technology) and smart mobility. The Automotive Campus offers an attractive learning and working environment as well as state of the art technological (test) facilities.

The Campus is a one-stop-shop when it comes to automotive technology and mobility concepts. The door is open to engineers, suppliers, scientists, testers and assembly workers. For a "pit stop", co-creation or as a new home base for innovation and product development. The Campus is a meeting place where know-how and companies can get together with the aim of promoting cross-sector cooperation, exchange of knowledge and open innovation. Smart, safe and sustainable mobility solutions for people, roads and vehicles of today and tomorrow are realized at the Automotive Campus. Choosing the Automotive Campus Helmond as the venue for Automotive Week is therefore no more than self-evident.

Automotive Campus
Automotive Campus 30 (Old navigation systems: Steenovenweg 1)
5708 JZ Helmond



Automotive Campus Helmond, The Netherlands

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