Mike Simpson, Global Application Lead: "Clubs can add entertainment to the stadium experience, which is stunning. LED is flicker free."
Wilko A. Stark, VP Daimler Strategy & Product Strategy and Planning: "Connectivity is just part of digitalization, which is leading to profound changes in the industry that will affect our business in every way."
Increasing public concern over emissions of greenhouse gases and pollutants from cars, combined with advances in technologies for batteries and alternative fuels, has led to a rapid growth in the market for low emission vehicles.
In the development of sustainable urban transport, partnerships between vehicle manufacturers, energy suppliers, academia and local authorities are playing a fundamental role.
For WEF participants gathering in the glittering conference halls of Davos it may be hard to imagine, but over one billion people around the world still do not have access to electric light.
In Germany, one in every four EV sold in the last two years has been a BMW i3, and the model is the third most popular EV in the world.
Amr Salem, Global Managing Director, Smart Cities IoE: "There must be a cultural change, not just a technology fix. More computers will not make it happen."
"Worldwide, and particularly in Spain, we have gone through a traumatic learning process. It’s not just an economic crisis; there is a political crisis underlying the economic one."