CIE2020 Annual Summit

28 April 2020

Brussels (details to be announced)

CIE’s 2020 Summit will be all about how cycling industries can transform Europe’s mobility sector and massively contribute to reaching the goals set in Europe’s Green Deal.

Cycling has been chosen as one of the megatrends of the 2020’s by forward-looking players such as IKEA and Deloitte. And this is where the focus of CIE’s 2020 Summit will be. Cycling industries are the gamechangers of decarbonised Europe and at the summit the sector and its new innovations will be put in the spotlight. The work of CIE’s members is great news for our industries and great news for the planet.

Expect a high-level policy event where the leading experts of the cycling industries will get together with key Brussels stakeholders. Expect to hear about some of the latest up and coming innovations paving way towards the transition to greener and sustainable mobility. Expect buzzing networking with inspirational guests and top-notch experts from the industry. Expect an exciting line up of speakers, including Paul LeeHead of Global TMT Research at Deloitte, giving one of the keynotes of the event and EU experts who will signpost where some of the EU’s billion Euro budgets for business will be available.

For CIE Members, a second day of activities will follow on 29 April. CIE Expert Groups invite you to share their industry-leading work on Market Intelligence, Cargo Bikes, Cycle Logistics, Connected Cycling, Innovation, Bike Sharing and Sustainability before we hold our members’ annual meeting.

More details will follow soon.

We look forward to welcoming you to Brussels and seeing many of you on 28-29 April!

2nd Bicycles and ITS (BITS) ACADEMY on ‘CYCLE DATA’

19 February 2020

Provinciehuis, Koningin Elisabethlei 22, Antwerpen

Cycling Industries Europe and the Provincie of Antwerp together with their BITS project partners are happy to host the second BITS Cycle Data Academy in the Provincial House in Antwerp on February 19th. We welcome you for interesting talks and debates, active sessions and mutual open sharing of information. We focus on experiences on creating cycle data with different technologies, ways of data sharing and comparing in the Cycle Data Hub and discuss on how the use of ITS can increase safe and comfortable cycling. 

Expert speakers on topics like the Cycle Data Hub, Data Pilots and Technologies and the importance/role of cycle data within Mobility data are on the program. Several national and international partners will share their experience and good practices.

Anyone involved in working with cycle data technologies and cycle data, or anyone who wants to learn about the possibilities of these systems and the cycle data, is welcome to attend. Admission is free, but subscription is mandatory.  

We look forward to meeting you on 19th February 2020!