Oct.11th--13th ,2023
Shenzhen World Exhibition & Convention Center


AWC 2023 China Smart Connected Vehicle Industry Summit Introduction

October 11-13, 2023

Shenzhen International Convention and Exhibition Center (Baoan New Hall)

Intelligent networked vehicles are vital in solving the problems of traffic safety, road congestion, and energy consumption, and in helping drive industrial upgrading. The current development of intelligent networked vehicles is characterized by accelerated breakthroughs in core technologies, development of basic support, and maturation of industrial ecology. New industry patterns are also emerging. The energy revolution, intelligent network connection, autonomous driving, shared mobility, and rapid development of digitalisation are reshaping the automotive industry, and more and more innovative technologies and products are being applied to automobiles. Traditional automakers will work with a growing number of collaborators to create a new, complex, and horizontally evolving automotive ecosystem. Future automotive developers must better cooperate with collaborators to meet the challenges of the huge changes in industry structure, business models, travel patterns, and competitive dynamics of the future automotive facing the transportation ecosystem.

In 2022, the China Intelligent Networked Vehicle Industry Summit will feature a larger conference scale, more high-level industry experts, and richer conference themes, covering multiple technical directions through the main forum and several sub-forums and bringing more exciting conference content to industry participants. Automotive World China (AWC) is the core forum of the China Intelligent Networked Vehicle Industry Summit, which will be held at the Shenzhen International Convention and Exhibition Center from October 11-13, 2023. 


  • To build a high-end cooperation and exchange platform between future transportation vehicle developers and traditional automobile industry
  • To explore new forces
  • To inject new vitality and new hope into the industry
  • To jointly open a new chapter of future mobility


Supported by: China Communications and Transportation Association

China Communications and Transportation Association (CCTA) is a national, industry-based, non-profit social organisation approved by the former State Planning Commission, jointly sponsored by departments and units of transportation, railway, civil aviation, postal service, and military transportation, and voluntarily formed by enterprises, institutions, and individuals engaged in transportation and logistics, with legal personality. CCTA is a comprehensive transportation association, specialising on the "four services" for the country, the industry, the enterprise and the society, playing the role of bridge and link between the government and the enterprise, and the role of counselor and assistant. The goal of the association is to promote the development of China's transportation and modern logistics. At the same time, CCCC is also one of the members of the National Inter-Ministerial Joint Conference on Modern Logistics. China Jiaotong Association now has more than 3000 members.


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