7:00 pm - 8:15 pm

Event Type

Topic: “The Future of Mobility” A non-technical look into how we will be getting around and communicating with each other in the future.


Peter Ivanov – Manager Digital Services Car Integration at Audi

Georg Vrettos – Senior Expert Corporate Marketing & Sales, New Business at Bosch Mobility Solutions

Geoffrey Bonosevich – Founder of “bono eMobility,” an electromobility consulting firm

Dr. Mara Cole – Project Manager Technology, Head of Connected Mobility, Bayern Innovativ

Moderator:  Nick Walker, AGBC Munich VP Social Media

When: Wednesday, 29 September 2021 at 7:00 p.m.

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IAA Mobility Conference was all over Munich with many familiar and new names around all showing off their new and exciting products. But what does all this mean to us? How will it affect our lives? The panel discussion will start with a vision of a day in the life of an average Munich family in 2032. What will their lives be like? How do they get around? How to they work, learn, meet up, communicate? What is their social life like? Is the planet a better place?

The panel will then discuss the various aspects of this view. Is it realistic? Is it progress?  What stands in the way, or what will stop us? How can we make such changes in such a short time? Is 10 years really a short time?

The audience is invited to post questions to our expert panellists during the discussion and at the end we will open up microphones to all who wish to stay on and discuss further.

Note: Our panellists are all experts in this field with many years of experience. This is a sensitive topic and is highly competitive as we have seen during the IAA Conference. As such, each of the panellists will be giving their personal views based on personal experience and views, and not reflections of their employers activities and strategies.

Our panelists are:

Peter Ivanov – Manager Digital Services Car Integration at Audi.  For over a decade in the METRO Retail Group, Peter was responsible for developing software to transfer the brick and mortar towards an omnichannel business. In the Volkswagen Group he started to repeat this journey by developing connect and especially e-mobility services for example for the Audi e-tron and the Porsche Taycan. Peter then became Managing Director of Valtech Mobility, a joint venture of the Volkswagen Group and Valtech, a global digital agency. Purpose of the JV is the development of the current and upcoming Volkswagen Group Connect backends already hosting over 13 million vehicles and devices worldwide. Since July 2021, Peter is back at Audi heading the Digital Services Car Integration Team within Audi Sales and Marketing being responsible for the implementation of all digital business models in Audi’s future SOPs.

Georg Vrettos – Senior Expert Corporate Marketing & Sales, New Business at Bosch Mobility Solutions.  Georg has 20 years’ experience in worldwide campaigns at Telco (IP/NGN), Automotive (Connected & Electrified Mobility) and IT sectors in Sales-, Project- & Product-Management roles. Current focus on G2M, BD, Innovation & New Business in the Mobility Sector

Geoffrey Bonosevich – Founder of  “bono eMobility,” an electromobility consulting firm.  Geoffrey has worked for over 40 years in the aerospace and automotive industries in the areas of maintainability and operability, customer support and sales and business development. During the past 20 years, Geoffrey has focused his career on the electromobility field, working with many major automotive companies worldwide. In addition to his enthusiasm for electric vehicles, he is also following the developments of electric aircraft very closely.

Dr Mara Cole – As coordinator of the Connencted Mobility Platform at the Center Digitization.Bavaria (Bayern Innovativ), Dr. Mara Cole promotes interactive dialogue between business, science, politics and the public in the context of connected mobility and digitisation. She supports Bavarian stakeholders in the development of their digitisation skills and advocates initiatives and projects in this field. Mara holds a master’s degree in ethnology, psychology and communication science from the Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich and a PhD from the University of Bamberg in the field of psychology.

Join our panel of experts on September 29, listen to the future, and ask your questions.