Day 1

AutoMob Summit

From 15:30 to 18:00 in Mindtech Business Area

A benchmark meeting point for discussion with representatives of leading international companies and organisations on the mobility of the future, the state of the automotive industry and its supply chain.

AutoMob Summit is the International Automotive and Mobility Congress, an international benchmark meeting point for debating the mobility of the future, the state of the industry as a whole (automotive, aeronautics and global transport), the supply chain, the challenge of decarbonisation and digital disruption, among other topics. This year, the AutoMob Summit will be held within the framework of the Metal Industry & Technologies International Trade Fair (Mindtech).

Light, safe and sustainable mobility
15:40 - 15:55

BENTELER has set itself an ambitious mission: to drive tomorrow’s mobility in a lighter, safer and more sustainable way. In this presentation, it will present its innovative technologies, such as smart factories and the use of Big Data, and the development of eco-friendly products, such as the Holon Mover and green tubes, with which the company seeks to lead the change towards a responsible transport future. In addition, BENTELER is transforming its business approach to sustainability, recognising the importance of caring for the planet and the well-being of people in line with economic benefits. By putting people and the environment at the heart of its decisions, BENTELER is committed to building a more equitable and sustainable future for all.

Ricardo García

Executive Vice President South Europe at Benteler
Neumáticos y sostenibilidad
15:55 - 16:10

Michelin has a firm commitment to be fully sustainable by 2050. In this presentation they will explain the way to reach this goal: in 2050 it will use 100% of raw materials of sustainable origin: organic or recycled. It also opts for fully decarbonised manufacturing processes, where waste and discharges are reduced and controlled. On the other hand, they are working on tyres with lower rolling resistance to reduce fuel consumption and the associated CO2 emissions. And to close the cycle, at the end of their useful life, they have the tyres they put on the market recovered and recovered. Por útimo, también trworking beyond tyres to find solutions to help decarbonise transport, by developing H2 fuel cells or sails for cargo ships to reduce their fuel consumption.

María Paz Robina

General Manager ES and PT at Michelin
Mineral raw materials in Europe and their importance for batteries and vehicle electrification
16:10 - 16:25

Mineral raw materials have become key to achieving the decarbonisation targets proposed by the EU in the European Green Pact. The new European Critical Raw Materials Act proposes that at least 10% of the minerals we need should be produced in Europe, thus reducing dependence on third countries. There are several mineral deposits in Europe that can reduce this external dependence and contribute to supplying industrial chains with more than 70% of minerals.

Alberto Lavandeira

CEO at Atalaya Mining
Sustainable Aviation
16:25 - 16:40

What are the keys to sustainable aviation? Despite the pre-covid demonisation of aviation, societal behaviour has shown that air mobility will continue to grow. However, achieving net zero emissions by 2050 is feasible. The aviation sector has a number of avenues and enablers that will make this possible. Is there a roadmap for accelerating this?

Silvia Lazcano

President at DoBa Solutions
Leading in a changing world
16:40 - 16:55

The rapid transition to electric vehicles is bringing a huge transformation for automotive companies, which are currently facing many challenges but also opportunities. In this unprecedented transformation, companies like BorgWarner are undergoing a major shift in their product portfolio. This presentation will detail how this transformation is being carried out in this benchmark company and the importance of innovation in new products in these times of great change.


Carlos Castaño

Vice President of Engineering at BorgWarner Emissions, Thermal and Turbo Systems
Digitisation of the supply chain as an efficiency lever
16:55 - 17:05

The automotive industry has always been a benchmark for logistics and production efficiency. High standards in terms of deadlines and quality, coupled with increasingly fierce competition, make it difficult to stay in the market. The correct use of new technologies can be the lever for the Spanish automotive industry to continue to be one of the world’s leading players.

Pablo Martin Garcia

Partner responsible for the Automotive Sector at NTT Data
17:50 - 18:00