Possible Industry & Inhouse tours for on-site Participants of the GCSM 2022

The tours will take place on Friday, October 7 between 2 and 5 pm. Unfortunately, since these take place at the same time, you can only participate in one of these tours. In addition, the number of places per tour is limited. If you are interested, you can select one of the listed option and register below:




Berlin: capital of Germany, cosmopolitan city, epitome of the zeitgeist. No other place represents dynamics, pioneering ideas and an eventful history more authentically. Our Berlin plant is among the BMW Group’s sites with the longest tradition. It’s where acceleration, tilting and sound are born, where BMW’s legendary motorcycles come to life.
Since 1969, our motorcycles have been built in Berlin. Today, around 2,100 employees produce up to 800 motorcycles a day.

Please Register below for the BMW Industry Tour
Number of Allowed participants 20.





Welcome To Futurium

Futurium is a house of futures. Here, everything revolves around the question: how do we want to live? In the exhibition, visitors can discover many possible futures; in the Forum, they can take part in open discussions; and, in the Futurium Lab, they can try out their own ideas.

Please Register below for the Futurium Industry Tour
Number of Allowed participants 20.







Welcome to IAV Global

As one of the globally leading engineering partners, IAV develops the mobility of the future. Regardless of the specific manufacturer, our engineering proves itself in vehicles and technologies all over the world.
With more than 35 years of experience and an unsurpassed range of expertise, we combine the best of many different worlds: automotive and IT, hardware and software, products and services. With our workforce of more than 8,000 employees and first-class technical resources, we help our customers to implement their projects, from the concept right through to SOP. Our goal: better mobility.

Please Register below for the IAV Industry Tour
Number of Allowed participants 25.





Welcome To Fraunhofer IPK

The Produktionstechnische Zentrum (PTZ) Berlin is a scientific institute building in Berlin-Charlottenburg, on the border to Moabit. It houses two research facilities: The TU Berlin's Institute for Machine Tools and Factory Management IWF and Fraunhofer IPK.

The circular building consists of a central machine hall, a surrounding office building and an adjoining seminar wing. It was built between 1982 and 1986 according to plans by Prof. Gerd Fesel and Prof. Peter Bayerer. In 2011, the PTZ was expanded by the Application Center for Microproduction Technology - AMP, a state-of-the-art laboratory building for the production of the smallest components and structures. Architect Peter Bayerer ensured that the new extension would fit seamlessly into the existing architecture of the PTZ.

Please Register below for the IAV Industry Tour
Number of Allowed participants 25.