AeroMobil participates in the World Government Summit in Dubai

Wednesday, February 10, 2016 — AeroMobil is a represented participant in one the most important events in the Middle East alongside elites from all over the world. World Government Summit is a global forum focused on the future of governmental systems. The primary focus is centered on how governments around the world can use innovation and technology to solve the challenges facing the whole of humanity.

AeroMobil successfully continues to engage in dialogue with world leaders on the future of personal transportation and its transformation. Martin Bruncko Chief Strategy and Finance Officer is involved in a discussion in Dubai about the possibilities and opportunities that the innovative flying car can bring to the transport systems in the major suburban areas and countries with less developed road infrastructure.

World Government Summit is an ideal place for the exchange of knowledge and experiences between varying representatives of governments, futurists and experts in the field of technology.

Martin Bruncko, winner of the Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum, said: " The summit is literally the gateway to the future, where AeroMobil is firmly rooted. This important meeting is used as an analytical platform and staging ground for future trends, innovations, and opportunities that humanity has before him. It's also a critical opportunity to showcase innovation, best practices and creative solutions to future challenges."

The World Government Summit was held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President, and the Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai. The summit involved more than 3,000 participants from more than 100 countries and was opened by US President Barrack Obama.

One of the most prominent experts at the summit is a popular astrophysicist and cosmologist Neil DeGrasse Tyson, who in his lecture said that any government that wants to be successful must encourage science and technology as the driving force of the economy in the 21st century.

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