The future of urban mobility
What is Autonomy?
The first edition of our trade show Autonomy Paris took place in 2016, a year after the historic Paris Climate Agreement. Our name ‘Autonomy’ is a reminder that city mobility should function independently of fossil fuels. Through our platform The Urban Mobility Weekly, we built the largest audience of readers in the urban mobility industry, giving us unparalleled access to new mobility knowledge and networks.
We now combine our physical and digital assets to help our community of corporates, startups, cities and NGOs connect and collaborate on the future of urban mobility. These assets include physical events like Autonomy Paris (our annual Paris trade show), Autonomy City Summits (hosted in iconic cities like Berlin and London), and The Urban Mobility Weekly, our weekly newsletter.
The Autonomy Paris was the first trade show dedicated to new sustainable mobility solutions and has quickly become the world’s most important annual event B2B (Business to Business) and B2G (Business to Government).
For the past four years, Autonomy has published The Urban Mobility Weekly, which has become the reference newsletter on urban mobility.
In January 2022, Autonomy Paris will hold its first Autonomy City Summit in Berlin. This summit will enable cities and mobility players to meet.
Thanks to these three pillars, Autonomy has confirmed its position and its identity with an ultra-qualified visitor base enabling it to connect its community with the decision-makers of tomorrow’s sustainable mobility.
See you on January, the 27th 2022 for the next Autonomy City Summit, which will take place in Berlin, and on March the 16th and 17th 2022 in Paris, Porte de Versailles, Pavilion 6, for the next edition of the Autonomy Paris trade show!
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