• Museum talk: Panel discussion on Mobility of the Future.

    Museum talk “Mobility of the Future: connected, autonomous and smart”.

    On 27 April 2018 the Mercedes-Benz Museum will host the Deutsche Telekom museum talk on Mobility of the Future.

Welcome to the museum talk.

Will the autonomous car become a second office or living room? Will we still have cars of our own in the future, or will we share vehicles? How are cities going to change? In a nutshell, how will the scenarios relating to connected, autonomous, shared and electric driving change our everyday lives at some point in the future? Experts will discuss these issues at the Deutsche Telekom public museum talk “Mobility of the Future – connected, autonomous and smart”, which will take place at the Mercedes-Benz Museum at 5.30 pm on 27 April 2018.

Doors open at 5 pm. Anyone interested in attending this free event can register by sending an email to

Museum talk: Panel discussion on Mobility of the Future.

Deutsche Telekom museum talk at the Mercedes-Benz Museum, Stuttgart, on the subject of “Mobility of the Future”. Photograph from 17 November 2017. Photo: Deutsche Telekom AG

Museum talk: Panel discussion on Mobility of the Future.

Moderation and guests.

The event will be presented by Birgit Priemer, editor-in-chief of the car magazine “auto motor und sport”. The panel will comprise:

  • Thomas Strobl, Deputy Minister-President and Minister of the Interior, Digitalization and Migration of the German State of Baden-Württemberg
  • Ralf Lamberti, Head of Intellectual Property, Trends & Innovation, Daimler AG
  • Prof. Michael Decker, Professor of Technology Assessment at the Institute of Philosophy of the KIT (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie), Head of the “Informatics, Economics and Society” department
  • Gabriele Semino, Project Leader WARR Hyperloop, WARR e.V., Technical University of Munich
  • Slavko Bevanda, Chief Product Officer, car2go Group GmbH
  • Anette Bronder, Head of the Security and Digital Division at Deutsche Telekom

Guests at the museum talk will also be able to experience the topic of digitalization live during the event, for example with a trip through digital worlds with a hang-glider, with “Hololens” VR glasses or a virtual 360 degree basketball experience.

When and where.


27 April 2018, 5.30 pm

Large Hall at the Mercedes-Benz Museum, Mercedesstr. 100, 70372 Stuttgart

The event is for free (incl. catering).

Parking facilities: The museum’s car park can be used free of charge during this event.

Registration by email to or by telephone on 0711 – 17 30000

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