May 19-20, 2021

The International
Exhibition for Sustainable
Mobility Solutions

A 100% digital edition.

 

Join us for Autonomy Digital 2.0 May 19-20, 2021: Register Now

2020 key figures

group

4000

Total
Visitors

group

150

Cities
Participating
group

100

Leading Public
Decision-makers
group

92

Countries
Represented
group

120

Total
Exhibitors
group

+700

Business
Meetings
group

80

Keynotes &
Roundtables
group

200

Total
Speakers
group

7

Sectors in the
Spotlight
group

130

Total
Journalists
group

108

Press
Publications
group

29

Media
Partners

4000

Total
Visitors

150

Cities
Participating

100

Leading Public
Decision-makers

92

Countries
Represented

120

Total
Exhibitors

+700

Business
Meetings

80

Keynotes &
Roundtables

200

Total
Speakers

7

Sectors in the
Spotlight

130

Total
Journalists

108

Press
Publications

29

Media
Partners

Headline Partners 2021

Industry Partners 2021

Exhibitors & Startups 2021

Institutional Partners 2021

Media & Network Partners 2021

Autonomy digital 2.0 at a glance

Autonomy

Expo

Exhibitors from all over the world (16 countries in 2020) presenting their innovative solutions in an interactive digital booth.

autonomy-industry-talks

Industry Talks

A virtual conference program covering the biggest issues related to sustainable and urban mobility.

autonomy-demo-program

Demo Program

A webinar program dedicated to your commercial pitch and/or product demonstration.

startup-autonomy

Startup Program

A startup area presenting the most promising new enterprises in the sector.

Testimonials

"We can profit as a community"

Autonomy plays an important role at Spin. Our goal is to give our customers more freedom and to offer them a sustainable mobility alternative where they need it. That is what distinguishes us from other services: We offer our service at the right places and look where we are wanted and needed to improve mobility for all.

Felix Petersen

Felix Petersen
Head of Europe at Spin

"Solution Expert: Rail, Transit and Mobility Solutions"

Working with Autonomy on their latest digital version of the event, I believe Autonomy got it right in keeping the urban mobility topic not only alive – but also taking the next steps of informing folks as to what they should give a high priority to on their strategy for the future of mobility.

Senta belay

Senta Belay
SAP

"Systems Business Unit Director"

Our participation at Autonomy Digital was an opportunity to considerably enrich our contacts around the world, and to see the innovation being applied to various mobility issues. We had the pleasure of leading a very rich panel discussion on the impact of open data in mobility with a wide range of players, and the digital format brought us a lot of flexibility and a strong international impact.

Laurent Mezzini

Laurent Mezzini
Systra

"Director of Moscow Research and Development Institute for Urban Transportation"

Autonomy Digital is like a matchmaker – it brings innovations and people together from all over the world. We at MosTransProekt believe in sustainable and intelligent mobility, and being part of the exhibition is a truly unique experience.

Aleksandr Polyakov

Aleksandr Polyakov
MosTransProekt (Moscow Transport)

"President of Ile-de-France and Ile-de-France Mobilités"

Already in its 5th edition, Autonomy has gradually established itself as the benchmark trade fair for new mobility solutions, and above all, for all innovations in the transport sector, implemented both in France and worldwide.

Valerie Pécresse

Valerie Pécresse
Ile-de-France Mobilités

"French Deputy Minister of Transport"

This is precisely what Autonomy does: it gathers forces, it brings all of you together, it creates a network, and it makes it possible for you to meet people who have the same questions and share the same issues and solutions. People who could be your next business partners, or clients, or customers. This is what we need if we want France to create and innovate. If we want France to be on the edge, continuing to invent and push boundaries.

Jean-Baptise Djebbari

Jean-Baptise Djebbari
Deputy Minister of Transport

"Marketing & Business Development Manager Mobility and Transportation"

Having participated in-person at Autonomy in 2018 and 2019, we decided to continue on the “digital” path in 2020 as a Headline Partner. The digital conference was a great experience for Hogan Lovells: Our three sessions were well-attended, and the event platform attracted a good mix of companies – both from the mobility start-up scene and also from traditional market players in the automotive, transport and technology industries. Our branding and visibility in connection with the event was also terrific, and the marketing process went smooth from the beginning. While we look forward to meeting in person again soon, we believe Autonomy Digital will continue to be a very successful alternative until then.

Katharina Liebetrau

Katharina Liebetrau
Hogan Lovells

"Event Coordinator, Developer Relations"

This is TomTom’s 3rd year in a row participating at this event (2nd year in a row virtually!). Autonomy Digital gives TomTom the perfect platform to discuss mobility trends and how TomTom is making a big impact on the future of mobility.

Michael Alexandre TOMTOM

Michael Alexandre
TomTom

"Founder and Executive Director"

We all know that the mobility market evolves rapidly therefore staying aware of the evolution and keeping BICO AI, and our software platform, ahead of the market demands would be impossible without events such as Autonomy Digital 2.0, hence why attending is essential for BICO AI.

Autonomy brings together thought leaders, city authorities and mobility companies into one location and, as a global technology company, by attending we gain the opportunity to gather essential insights into mobility trends, market developments and, even more importantly, enables us to virtually meet up with existing and potential customers in this sector.

Toni Kendall-Troughton
BICO

"CEO/Founder and CFO & Investor Relations"

Autonomy is a major mobility event in Europe, at the heart of innovation and change. Two values dear to The Good Seat. It was therefore important for us to contribute to it.

The 2021 edition is at the heart of the challenges to prepare for the recovery of the business. We share the same vision of the changes that mobility must drive. At The Good Seat, we believe in a more sustainable, greener and more inclusive world for tomorrow, and our solutions want to positively impact the world we live in. We are looking to meet like-minded players with whom we can build positive synergies. In particular to accelerate MaaS and bring the user experience into the world of tomorrow via mobility.

We look forward to attending the next Autonomy event and to meeting you there!

Alex Hayem & Lionel Tomekpe

Alex Hayem & Lionel Tomekpe
The Good Seat

"Co-Founder"

The digital conference in 2020 was a great experience for Tranzer. The platform is easy to use and it was a good opportunity to meet professionals in our industry. For Tranzer it’s important to get in touch with both operators and consumer user platforms and at Autonomy Digital they are both present. We are growing fast in the Benelux, DACH, France and Italy so it was a no-brainer for us to join the 2021 edition.

Paul Rooijmans

Paul Rooijmans
Tranzer

 

Speakers in 2020

Damien Adam

Damien Adam

DÉPUTÉ
ASSEMBLÉE NATIONALE
Malin Andersson

Malin Andersson

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT
URBAN TRANSPORT
Christophe Arnaud

Christophe Arnaud

CEO
BLUE SYSTEMS
Metodi Avramov

Metodi Avramov

DIRECTOR STRATEGIES
MOBILITY CENTRE, CITY OF SOFIA
Patrick Ayad

Patrick Ayad

PARTNER, GLOBAL LEADER
HOGAN LOVELLS
Vanessa Azar

Vanessa Azar

GROUP HEAD OF CSR
EUROPCAR MOBILITY GROUP
Ben Bear

Ben Bear

CHIEF BUSINESS OFFICER
SPIN
Guillaume Becourt

Guillaume Becourt

VP CO-FOUNDER
EPINPOC

Damien Adam

DÉPUTÉ
ASSEMBLÉE NATIONALE

Malin Andersson

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT
URBAN TRANSPORT

Christophe Arnaud

CEO
BLUE SYSTEMS

Metodi Avramov

DIRECTOR STRATEGIES
MOBILITY CENTRE, CITY OF SOFIA

Patrick Ayad

PARTNER, GLOBAL LEADER
HOGAN LOVELLS

Vanessa Azar

GROUP HEAD OF CSR
EUROPCAR MOBILITY GROUP

Ben Bear

CHIEF BUSINESS OFFICER
SPIN

Guillaume Becourt

VP CO-FOUNDER
EPINPOC

Last year’s schedule

10:00 - 10:20 AM
Keynote

Opening Speech

@Valérie Pécresse

Opening speech by Valérie Pécresse, registered on the 3rd of November - Île de France Region President
10:30 - 10:50 AM
Keynote

Where do we go from here?

@Philippe CRIST

What will urban mobility post-COVID look like?
10:30 - 11:10 AM
Panel

Payments - The accelerator of modern mobility



The way we travel is changing at an incredible speed, and mobility businesses are playing a key part in this revolution.
10:30 - 10:50 AM
Keynote

What the **ll is going on in cities?

@Paulo Humanes

The challenge of multimodality, enhanced by the Covid crisis, brings the urban leaders to think outside the “box named car”.
11:00 - 11:40 AM
Panel

What will urban mobility post-COVID look like?

@Karen Vancluysen

Can we rebuild trust in public transport and will physical distancing become a permanent feature to take into account in the future?
10:00 - 10:20 AM
Keynote

Opening Speech

@Valérie Pécresse

Opening speech by Valérie Pécresse, registered on the 3rd of November - Île de France Region President
10:30 - 10:50 AM
Keynote

Where do we go from here?

@Philippe CRIST

What will urban mobility post-COVID look like?
10:30 - 11:10 AM
Panel

Payments - The accelerator of modern mobility


The way we travel is changing at an incredible speed, and mobility businesses are playing a key part in this revolution.
10:30 - 10:50 AM
Keynote

What the **ll is going on in cities?

@Paulo Humanes

The challenge of multimodality, enhanced by the Covid crisis, brings the urban leaders to think outside the “box named car”.
11:00 - 11:40 AM
Panel

What will urban mobility post-COVID look like?

@Karen Vancluysen

Can we rebuild trust in public transport and will physical distancing become a permanent feature to take into account in the future?

Content

OEMs manufacturing

Contract Manufacturing: Asset-Light Approach to the Automotive Market

By Marc Amblard, Founder & Managing Director of Orsay Consulting In the automotive space, all incumbent OEMs have in-house assembly capabilities. However, they sometimes outsource specific programs because their volumes are too low — and would disturb large plants — or would require a new...

The Business of Mobility: Urban Arrow Mixing Business and Pleasure

By Frank Oudegeest, Director B2B, Urban Arrow The Business of Mobility is an Urban Mobility Company series highlighting some of the most successful new businesses in the mobility sector. Featuring a closer look at the way in which companies stand out, CEOs, Directors and other c-level executives...

Mobility for All, Autonomy for All

An Interview with Jean-Philippe Dogneton, General Director of MACIF   Can You explain the Movin’On Community of Interest and their goals, and how MACIF is involved? MACIF has been involved in the question of the future of mobility for a long time. In the light of our raison d’être, in 2018 we...

The 5-Minute Guide to Electrifying your Fleet

By has·to·be gmbh The Top 3 Reasons Why Fleets are Switching to EVs. 1. Cost Savings The number one reason fleets go electric is to save costs on multiple fronts. The most obvious of these is fuel, but electric cars can also escape the city center fees and steep parking prices imposed by over...

The Business of Mobility: How a Stolen Bicycle Inspired a Cutting-edge IoT Idea

By Pierre Regnier, CEO, Velco The Business of Mobility is an Urban Mobility Company series highlighting some of the most successful new businesses in the mobility sector. Featuring a closer look at the way in which companies stand out, CEOs, Directors and other c-level executives elaborate on what...
city-center

Does the Compact City Ideal Still Make Sense?

By André Sette. Originally published in Portuguese at Caos Planejado on February 25, 2021. While offering many advantages, this type of planning elects an ideal lifestyle, and leaves little room for individual choices that disagree with the model. Anyone interested in urban politics will probably...

Mobility Data Sharing and Standards: Openness or Monopolies?

By Scott Shepard, VP of Global Public Sector at Iomob Much has been written and debated recently regarding the benefit of common data standards and specifications in shared mobility and public transport. It has been claimed that by simply opening up a platform or application to data standards,...

The Business of Mobility: Building the sharing economy through machine learning

Jumio CEO Robert Prigge explains how his company is helping build the sharing economy with its identity verification and eKYC solutions. The Business of Mobility is a new Urban Mobility Company series highlighting some of the most successful new businesses in the mobility sector. Featuring a...

Universal charging stations for micro-mobility or universal battery swap?

By Juan Btesh, Urban Mobility Consultant One of the pain points of micro-mobility operators is to figure out how to keep their dockless fleet charged and available to use. When it all started, this was carried out by gig economy workers who collected a couple of dead scooters and took them to...
geotab-autonomy-digital

The Business of Mobility: Geotab Behind Fleets Transitioning to Electric

By Alexandre Ibka, Business Development Manager, Geotab The Business of Mobility is a new Urban Mobility Company series highlighting some of the most successful new businesses in the mobility sector. Featuring a closer look at the way in which companies stand out, CEOs, Directors and other c-level...