Published 5 October 2021

“We are experiencing the seventh mobility revolution, the foundations are being laid for self-driving vehicles, decarbonization and new mobility services. Will Italy be able to transform its industries and continue to play a primary role? “.

This was the question posed by Ennio Cascetta, president of Cluster Trasporti, in his speech during the works of the third edition of the Marcello De Cecco Economics Days, organized by Amdec in Lanciano, in Abruzzo, a territory that has made the automotive driving force of the economy and development.

 The theme of the first day of the conference was “The future of mobility”. With his intervention, Cascetta focused the attention on the new profound paradigm shift of technology that will produce important evolutions for the whole of humanity. The conference revolved around key words such as mobility, work, climate, recovery, virus, energy transition, globalization, state. Academics, scholars, exponents of the world of business and politics, men of finance discussed the present and future of Italy and beyond. The event has been a  useful appointment to shed light on the economic consequences of the Coronavirus, on the useful tools to look at the recovery and think about the future, not only in terms of incentives and support for companies, workers and families, but also in terms of vision.