AutoSens Conference, 17-20 September 2018 will be held at the sensational Autoworld venue in Brussels, Belgium
Parc du Cinquantenaire 11 1000 Brussels Belgium
+32 2 736.41.65
Please note that due to the nature of the venue, WiFi connectivity is limited, so we recommend downloading the AutoSens (Bizzabo) app in advance of joining us onsite. This is, however, a great chance to embrace the networking opportunities that AutoSens will provide, and have an unplugged event, maximising face-to-face time with fellow attendees.
Delegates are responsible for organising their own travel and accommodation. A limited number of rooms have been reserved for conference delegates at several local hotels. Full information is available from our official Accommodation Agent, Horizon Resourcing. Book early to take advantage of this special rate.
To book your accommodation online, please visit https://www.horizonresourcing.co.uk/autosens-2018-2/
Alternatively, contact Horizon Resourcing direct:
T: +44 (0)20 8398 2895
Warning! It has come to our attention that a number of accommodation service providers have contacted companies supporting AutoSens regarding hotel reservations. These companies DO NOT represent the event organisers and should NOT be given any credit card information. Horizon Resourcing (as detailed above) are the ONLY official accommodation provider for this event.
Autoworld – Brussels, Belgium
Autoworld is a private museum which rents this building from the community. It goes without saying that thanks to its architecture and splendid collection of motorcars (one of the most impressive in Europe) this exceptional site will provide us with a unique setting for the inaugural AutoSens conference.
Autoworld is a highly-colorful environment adapted for teaching purposes and created to continue evolving on a non-stop basis.
Throughout the years the hall that houses Autoworld today was used for different purposes. During WWI it served the German army as a garage. The Mundaneum, whose origins went back to the end of the 19th century, was installed there in 1920. Its founders were two Belgian lawyers: Paul Otlet and Henri La fontaine.