Since creation, FISITA has seen significant growth in influence and relevance and today our network of Member Societies and corporate members of the Honorary Committee reach over 210,000 engineers in 37 countries, placing us at the heart of the industry.
FISITA is pleased to offer exclusive membership to engineering societies and corporate organisations active within the automotive mobility industry. By joining FISITA, an association/organisation will be supporting our mission to promote knowledge sharing among stakeholders in a way that positively contributes to the development of safe, sustainable and affordable mobility solutions and helps guide the future direction of the global automotive mobility engineering profession.
Individual engineers can connect, engage and contribute to the work of FISITA by joining one our Member Societies, which are listed here
FISITA promotes co operation and information exchange globally with and between Member Societies, working with them to develop and deliver added value products and services for their individual members
FISITA supports leadership and expertise in global automotive mobility engineering at our World Automotive Summit and interfaces with other mobility-related activities, connecting senior research and development executives
FISITA encourages the continuing professional development of automotive engineers through our hosted events inlcuiding the biennial World Automotive Congress and EuroBrake
FISITA provides support to events held by our Member Societies, which includes technical conferences and meetings on every aspect of automotive technology
FISITA supports the education, training and international experience of students and young engineers, via our 'Your Future In Automotive’ initiative
FISITA offers first-class meeting conference and office facilities to all members (inclusive of membership fee) at our modern headquarters located in close proximity to London Stansted Airport in the UK.
If you would like to speak with us about becoming a member, please contact: