Energy sources as the foundation for new drive systems: 44th International Vienna Motor Symposium, Vienna, 26-28 April 2023 

The automotive industry is also getting to grips with the energy revolution, and the challenges the sector is facing include the production and storage of green energy and finding opportunities for increased efficiency.


The International Vienna Motor Symposium is focusing on the co-existence of drive systems – i.e. electric motors and regenerative internal combustion engines – along with energy sources, storage options and converters, including e-fuels, hydrogen, batteries and fuel cells.

More than 80 prominent contributors from the fields of science and the automotive and automotive supply industries are expected, offering some 1,000 delegates from more than 25 nations a broad palette of innovations from the sector.

This top-quality programme of presentations is accompanied by a complementary trade exhibition in which leading automotive and automotive supply companies will present the latest technologies and developments.

This international event has been organised by the Austrian Society of Automotive Engineers (OEVK).

All additional information, programme details and a registration form can be found at the International Vienna Motor Symposium event website.