Audi has gathered pioneers, visionaries and technical experts from all over the world to Beijing for the third MQ! Innovation Summit.
Audi has gathered pioneers, visionaries and technical experts from all over the world in Beijing for the third MQ! Innovation Summit.
The core question remains: Is there a Mobility Quotient (MQ), similar to an Intelligence Quotient? In what way could the MQ be measured? How will sustainable mobility be defined in the future? And how might we decode the Chinese customers' needs for electric mobility? These are only some of the questions that 600 participants, external keynote speakers and internal experts discussed during the last two days.
The material of all keynotes, panel discussions and workspaces is available here and also on Facebook at 'The Mobility Quotient.'
Audi established the MQ! Innovation Summit three years ago in order to discuss the MQ as a measure of the mobility of a person or organisation with experts from the fields of business and science. '#Neverstopquestioning' has been the guiding principle ever since the first MQ! Summit in 2017. This year, for the first time, MQ! was held in China at the Phoenix International Media Centre in Beijing.