Audi is inviting pioneers, visionaries and technical experts from all over the world to Beijing for the third MQ! Innovation Summit.
Audi is inviting pioneers, visionaries and technical experts from all over the world to Beijing for the third Mobility Quotient! (MQ!) Innovation Summit to discuss new approaches to innovation topics and the mobility of the future.
13 workshops at the summit will get participants to discuss topics including sustainability, electric mobility and artificial intelligence Sustainability, electric mobility, artificial intelligence and automated driving are some of the main topics that will be addressed in keynote speeches and examined in workshops with all the participants.
In 13 different workshops, the summit participants will dive deeper into the topics and work on specific questions: What does the right charging infrastructure for electric cars look like in Asia's metropolises? How is the mobile ecosystem developing in China? How are we using swarm intelligence and augmented reality?
The intercultural aspect is at the focus of this year's MQ! Innovation Summit, with most of the workshops being held with mixed international teams and highlighting topics that are particularly relevant for Asia, such as the specific needs of Chinese customers. Throughout the event, there will be opportunities to share thoughts and to network.
On the second day of the MQ!, the participants' best ideas will be announced at the Innovation Lab of Audi China. This is the highpoint of the initiative, which since July has called upon developers to submit innovative ideas for the open source platform 'Audi connect'.
Audi established the MQ! Innovation Summit three years ago in order to discuss the Mobility Quotient (MQ) as a measure of the mobility of a person or organisation with experts from the fields of business and science. The MQ includes not only spatial mobility in its calculation, but also the factors of time, society and sustainability.