Citizen Dialogue on Automated Mobility

Apr 06 2019

Driving without steering wheel?
In the province of Salzburg already test reality.
But what about the future of automated mobility?

Will automated mobility lead to a better quality of life? Will the environment benefit? Does it lead to better accessibility and better quality of life for rural and urban areas? How ill automated driving affect the economy, employment and public finances? Discuss with us!

Saturday, April 6, 2019
Admission with breakfast from 9 am
Discussion incl. lunch break from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm
Science City Salzburg Itzling (Techno-Z Salzburg)
Jakob-Haringer-Str. 5, 5020 Salzburg
Event Center (“Veranstaltungszentrum”), Building Techno 3


Registration required at

Meals are provided during the dialogue. All participants receive a Goody Bag including test ride vouchers for the Digibus® in Koppl. Among all those present two skybox tickets will be raffled for a football championship game in the Red Bull Arena in Salzburg.[/srfg_greybox]

The international citizen dialogue aims to capture the perspective of the citizens. The results allow insights into desires, concerns and perceptions from the perspective of the citizen in order to derive suggestions and recommendations. Make an important contribution to shaping national strategies in the field of automated mobility with your participation!

The citizen dialogue is not limited to Salzburg or Austria. In the spring of 2019, around 5,000 citizens in 50 cities in Europe and North America will discuss the future with automated vehicles according to an uniform process and procedure in a one-day dialogue with citizens.

Partner of the Citizen Dialogue on Automated Mobility in Salzburg is the Province of Salzburg. The organizer is the Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft. Among other things, we are testing autonomous minibuses in Salzburg and Lower Austria with the focus on the Internet of Things.

We look forward to you!