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EuroBrake 2022 strategy panel: call for speakers

Do you, or anybody you know, have a new and innovative idea that will shape the future of braking in the mobility industry? Then please apply to be part of the EuroBrake 2022 “The innovation pitch for the world of braking” strategy panel.


About EuroBrake

EuroBrake is the world’s largest annual gathering of braking industry professionals. Speakers and attendees include all major brake industry stakeholders, including passenger car and commercial vehicle component suppliers and manufacturers, raw material suppliers, and leading names in rail, aerospace, and academia.


This year’s EuroBrake will be held online from 17 – 19 May 2022, and will feature over 90 technical presentations, panel discussions and keynote addresses that are impacting and shaping the future of braking.


Requested topics

  • Meaningful use of brakes

  • Sustainability in brakes

  • Use of artificial intelligence in brake systems

  • New design concepts of brake systems or brake parts

  • Disruptive business models for the braking industry


Speaker criteria

  • Must be in employed in either: a start-up, Research Institute, Academia or small company (less than 50 employees)

  • New and innovative ideas

  • Focus on brakes (passenger cars, commercial vehicles, rail, wind turbines and aerospace)

  • Happy to present a short 10 minute (max) virtual pitch in front of a large virtual audience and participate in a panel discussion


Next steps

For an application form or discuss this opportunity prior to submitting an abstract please contact Emma Georgiades at e.georgiades@fisita.com


All submission requests must be received by Wednesday 6th April 2022.


Successful applicants will be informed by no later than Friday 15th April 2022. and will also benefit from the Start-up online exhibitor package. This package is available for all new companies to showcase and network at EuroBrake. Visit www.eurobrake.net for more information or email n.lloyd@fisita.com for a booking form.

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