From Thursday, October 6 at 2pm
to 6pm on Sunday, October 9
Four days of workshops and conferences to foster positive dialogue and engaged discussion around urban mobility issues, including two free days for the general public. Renowned speakers from around the world will share their vision on three themed subjects: connected mobility, mobility shares and reconquering the city.
Startups are like kittens …
… they’re cute until they get bigger. How can we prevent conflicts between legislations and startups in order to give enough freedom to innovate while protecting the social model of the countries they do business in?
Laurent Grandguillaume (Député de la Côte d’or, Assemblée Nationae)
Teddy Pellerin (CEO, Heetch)
Thibaud Simphal (Directeur France, Uber)
Planning for a driverless society
How driverless technologies will impact traffic and pollution in our cities mainly depends on our capacity to give up vehicle-ownership. Are we ready to make that step, and deal with its consequences on our employment and taxation systems ?
Robin Chase (Fondatrice, Zipcar, Veniam)
Are driverless vehicles cybersafe?
Driverless vehicles promise to revolutionize transportation. However, their hyperconnectivity makes them vulnerable to cyber attacks. To face these security challenges what are the action taken by the autonomous vehicles ecosystem?
Pejvan Begui (Head of IT, EasyMile)
Commandant Dario Zugno (Adjoint au chef de l’Observatoire Central des Systèmes de Transports Intelligents – OCSTI, Gendarmerie Nationale)
Witold Klaudel (Directeur de projet, System X)
Our conference programme was elaborated in partnership with Ouishare, the ADEME, Usbek & Rica and the Chronos group. We would particularly like to thank Gabriel Plassat (ADEME), for his valuable insight on the challenges of this moving universe.
Author of Peers Inc & Co-funder, Zipcar & Veniam
Director, MIT Senseable City Lab
Deputy Chairman & COO, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies
Directrice Générale, SNCF Voyageurs
Directeur Général, Groupe MAIF
Regional General Manager Western Europe, Uber
Adjoint aux Transports, Mairie de Paris
Founding Partner, Fivebyfive
Project Director, Catalogue
Vice-Présidente Automotive, Gemalto IoT
Researcher - Urban Innovation, MIT Media Lab
Charlotte de Vilmorin
Venture Partner, Yamaha Motor Ventures
Directrice Stratégie, Innovation et Développement, Groupe RATP
Book your tickets for October 6 and 7 today! Innovators, elected officials, engaged citizens – come and meet a world of people who live and think mobility, and learn more about their commitments. Get an inside look at their projects, and meet future partners.
Together, let’s get our cities moving.
Access to the Saturday and Sunday conferences and workshops are included in the €12 festival entrance ticket.
Started in Paris in 2012, OuiShare is a collective and think tank that explores emerging communities, collaborative economies and the digital transformation. OuiShare annually gathers 3000 innovators from 50 countries at its internationally renowned conference OuiShare Fest. To benefit from its expertise in gathering cutting-edge innovators for festive, TED-style events, Autonomy has teamed up with OuiShare to organize their conference.
For more information on prices and to benefit from our reduced student rates, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your full name, your university or school, and why you are interested in our conference program. You will receive a response as soon as possible.