Get our Cities Moving

For the third year in a row, POLIS Network and Autonomy will be joining forces to bring the ‘GET OUR CITIES MOVING’ programme at Autonomy Paris. Hosted at the event’s main stage on both mronings, the intitiative provide a serise of conferences to help cities and local governments find the most innovative solutions tailored towards their current and future mobility needs. City partners in the previous years: Bogota, Boston, Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Goteborg, Helsinki, Leuven, London, Madrid, Milan, Moscow, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Vienna, Paris and Lyon.

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Are Cities Automation Ready?

Will our cities change for the better if automated vehicles hit our city streets? Will they indeed improve safety and efficiency, or rather the opposite? Will they reduce car ownership and dependency or lead to even more kilometers driven and further urban sprawl? How automated do we want our future public transport to be? Cities should be setting the rules of the game today for what may be arriving tomorrow. “Automation-readiness” should not be understood as an endorsement of AVs and their impacts, but rather as an empowerment of local authorities to critically review the anticipated technological changes and shape the future according to their expectations. This session will discuss the opportunities and potential drawbacks linked to introducing automated vehicles in the urban environment.



Multimodal moves

Only by both physically and digitally integrating public transport with other sustainable modes such as active travel and shared mobility, will we be able to offer citizens a range of alternatives that together can compete with the private car. How are cities creating multimodal and intermodal infrastructures, such as interchanges and mobility hubs, that bring those modes physically together and allow citizens to seamlessly combine them? And will MaaS be the digital counterpart that integrates these different options for the users and nudges them to the most sustainable modes? Or will it only make mobility more expensive and favour those options that generate revenue but are not necessarily the most sustainable? And how can cities capitalize on the vast amount of data being generated by new mobility services, to better understand the impact on the overall ecosystem, and plan their policies accordingly? This and more will be discussed in the Multimodal Moves session.



Mobility coffee : a conversation with Buenos Aires

The Respacing Revolution

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a disruptive impact on sustainable urban mobility, in good and bad terms. On the good side, it has led to the accelerated reallocation of space in favour of active travel, something which was long overdue. Especially cities with sustainable urban mobility plans in place have good chances of making these temporary interventions permanent over time, as they were already part of a long-term overarching vision. Urban space is scarce and valuable, but it is also a very powerful tool that cities are in charge of. By giving more space to certain modes or taking it away from others, local authorities can really decide which transport options they would like to prioritise or not in the city of tomorrow. This session brings together political leaders which show the courage to contest the legacy of decades of car-centric planning and are giving the streets back to the people and explores the concept of the 15’ City which is gaining ground.



Governing Innovation, Innovating Governance

FOMO is never a good reason for a city to engage in innovation. Embracing technology just for the sake of it, is not what constitutes a smart city. Urban mobility innovations and new technologies do make sense if they help to solve the transport-related challenges that cities need to tackle, whether they are environmental, social, economic, or safety-related. The governance of innovation can indeed help to align public and private sector interests and optimize the potential of new solutions in a way that the opportunities brought by them are maximized, but also negative externalities are mitigated. At the same time, there is a need for governance frameworks to become more agile and for regulatory approaches to strike the right balance between allowing innovation to thrive and making it policy responsive. As always, cooperation is the way forward, and this panel will zoom in on how both the public and private sector keep the conversation going and continue to explore partnership models that benefit both sides and align interests.



Mobility Coffee: A conversation with Rio de Janerio


A conference program with keynotes and roundtables with a total of 250 speakers and more than 50 sessions covering 8 verticals

VODs for the Main Stage

Day 1

Opening Speech by M. Stéphane Beaudet, Vice-president in charge of transport, Ile-de-France Region

Towards an ecomobile city (Vve), a site and a game to organize mobility and planification

Les concepteurs de Vve – Vers une ville écomobile présenteront ce site d’auto-diagnostic en ligne lancé en 2020 ainsi que leur nouveau projet pour aider les collectivités à amorcer la transition écomobile, le jeu Play-mobile. Ces outils s’adressent à tous les acteurs des collectivités : élus, services techniques mais aussi citoyens. Ils favorisent l’émergence d’une vision commune et partagée, à la croisée de la mobilité durable et de l’aménagement des espaces publics.

The UCI Bike City Label and the power of the bike in Glasgow

The UCI’s mission is to develop and promote cycling as a competitive sport, as a healthy recreational activity and as a sustainable means of transport. The UCI Bike City label recognises cities and regions which host major UCI cycling events and also demonstrate outstanding commitment to growing cycling amongst the population through dedicated infrastructures, resources and programmes. The city of Glasgow (Scotland) received the UCI Bike City Label in 2019 and will host – alongside several other cities in Scotland – the inaugural UCI Cycling World Championships from 3 to 13 August 2023. The fireside chat will focus on its comprehensive and holistic vision to use cycling to transform the city into a more inclusive, liveable and attractive place for residents, businesses and visitors.


ESG – Moving Mobility

Mobility is a fundamental human need and significant determinant of economic growth. ESG concerns, expressed both through traditional regulatory structures and through financial markets, are an increasingly significant aspect of the evolving mobility landscape. This panel will explore robust impact of ESG concerns on the mobility revolution. Topics explored will be environmental concerns as they apply to energy use and emissions not only in the “drive chain” of mobility platforms but also in supply chains; concerns about equitable access to new mobility platforms, and the impact of mobility changes on a variety of societal stakeholders. The role of government regulation and financial markets will be discussed for each aspect of the mobility revolution.

What are the major mobility challenges by 2030 and how will banks play a role in accelerating companies and industries’ transition towards sustainable mobility?


Troopy revolutionizes the shared scooter market and unveils its new offer in partnership with a world leader in two wheels

Troopy offers a new approach to shared mobility that benefits users, cities but also all industry players: manufacturers, distributors and technology providers. It is thanks to real business experts that Troopy has been able to create a new high quality shared scooter service, which will be unveiled during this round table.

Smart mobility at the service of territories

Smart mobility must spread in all territories: but do all organisations conceive it the same way and what are the different means to promote it? Definitions and parameters vary depending on the different actors. Field experiences show that smart mobility involves many expectations, needs and challenges. For sure, it will be a fundamental issue in the next 5 or 10 years : but it needs to be addressed today.

15-minute delivery in the 15-minute city

From Paris to Seattle to Melbourne, many cities around the world are following a new planning model of 15 minute cities emphasizing walkability and accessibility. It aims to bring different land uses into a single area with a goal that residents of the city are able to meet most daily needs (school, office, shopping, park, bank etc.) that are reached within 15 minutes by walking, cycling and or using public transport from home. It would require collaborative planning efforts and land use policy reforms to allow denser and compact development. While the idea of a 15-minute city is on its way to adoption by many cities, an unprecedented boom has been seen in grocery delivery companies promising 15-minute delivery. Over the last year, there has been a rapid rise of 15-minute grocery delivery services launched across cities in the United States and Europe with the COVID-19 as an enabling factor. With low or no delivery fees, these companies are changing the way we shop, providing convenience for customers. These delivery companies are equipped with efficient algorithm and centrally located “ghost” stores to allow them to fulfill the needs of customers. This panel will discuss the pros and cons of both the concept of the 15-minute cities and 15-minute delivery services – if and how they can co-exist in the ultra-fast, technology- oriented modern society. Both models aim to bring goods and services closer to home, but while 15-minute city focuses on improving street life and supporting community engagement, the effect of the 15-minute delivery is still too early to tell whether the concept enhances or hinders community life. As the popularity of the new service rises, city officials will have to decide whether the service is a nuance or complements the 15-minute city concept.

Day 2
Opening speech by M. David Belliard, Deputy Mayor for Mobility – City of Paris



Moving Ahead with Public Transport

The pandemic has had a strong impact on the public transport sector. It has accelerated its evolution and its redefinition. It has also highlighted its key role to support cities and people during the toughest times. Public transport has enabled Mobility for Life and is today more than ever a key driver of urban development to address some of the main challenges cities are facing.
Our sector is striving to support dynamic urban economies, become more resilient, address the climate crisis and support social inclusion.
For this purpose, it is advancing systems and services with innovation, leveraging the benefits of the digital transformation, and further working on the efficient integration of mass public transport and all shared mobility services in their urban environment.

Acceptability of the autonomous vehicle by elected officials

e-Bikes: a solution for both Urban Transport & Logistic

Community success story: putting car-sharing on the map & advancing travelers’ information together

It has been said for a long time that to build MaaS solutions to support sustainable mobility for all, trust between stakeholders was key. Before smart contracts, data sharing agreements, and/or legal steps towards more open mobility data, we would like to focus on the foundation of trust: different stakeholders joining the same discussion in a constructive and respectful way.
This panel’s aim is to shed some light on community success stories in the realm of shared mobility. We will tell you all about how we, as a community:
put car-sharing on the map by extending GBFS; made sure that the extension of NeTEx to new modes was interoperable with GBFS.
These two successes are the results of a community of French and international stakeholders coming together to solve a common problem. Their fruitful collaboration has paved the way for the mobility of tomorrow.
Let’s learn from each other by hearing out their perspectives on building trust to advance sustainable mobility.

Mobilizing innovation to meet the challenges of the mobility sector: what action should the State take?

Le secteur des mobilités va vivre une transformation profonde au cours des 30 prochaines années, avec 4 grands défis à relever : la transition écologique et énergétique, la résilience des services en temps de crise, la révolution digitale et la cohésion des territoires.
Fort de ce constat sur les enjeux de transformation du secteur, et convaincu du besoin de lever les verrous à l’innovation avec un rôle central des agents de l’Etat, le ministre chargé des transports, Jean-Baptiste Djebbari, a annoncé le 8 avril dernier la création de l’Agence de l’innovation pour les Transports au sein du Ministère chargé des Transports.
La table ronde viendra repréciser le cadre règlementaire institué par l’État pour favoriser l’innovation face à ces défis, notamment à travers la loi d’Orientation des Mobilités, puis illustrera l’action de l’État à travers l’exemple de coopérations menées avec la Fabrique des Mobilités ou encore l’entreprise Padam, ainsi que les premières actions menées par l’Agence de l’Innovation pour les Transports

VODs for the Berlin Stage

Day 1

ENGIE Solutions, a committed player in the deployment of electric vehicle charging stations and alternative fuels

How BNP Paribas Real Estate boosts sustainable mobility with Arval

BNP Paribas Real Estate took the opportunity to design a 360° mobility policy for all the journeys of their employees, as they move into a new building. Arval has supported them from consulting to the action plan, including a mobility hub and an easy user experience through the Arval Mobility App.

Autonomous Mobility market insights and learnings from an autonomous implementation

What’s new in the autonomous mobility market? P3 will present current trends and the technology adoption horizon in various mobility sectors. Furthermore, we will share our key learnings from a ride pooling pilot project with an electric and autonomous people mover.

Uber Green for Business

Companies are increasingly looking to reduce the environmental impact of their employees’ travel… without seeing their prices soar! That’s why Uber for Business will present a new offer for companies, to facilitate ecological and economic trips.

The Road to Autonomous Vehicles

The EU has recently published a new draft implementing regulation setting out the type-approval rules in Europe for autonomous vehicles. The framework being established is an important first step that will have an impact on the direction of the industry and for the future of this new technology in Europe. It will shape the outcome of testing and development for years to come. This panel discussion will explore important questions and issues, including the best approach to innovation, competition and partnership, the implications for the future of fully autonomous vehicles in Europe, and why a flexible approach is so important.

Growth Levers for Global Micromobility in the Coming Decade: Lessons Learned from New York City

What does New York City have in common with some of the other most successful bikeshare systems in the world like Velib in Paris and Santander Cycles in London? Over the past decade, these systems have evolved into vital, interconnected parts of the transportation network. In this keynote talk, Caroline Samponaro, Vice President of Micromobility and Transit Policy at Lyft, will share key insights from scaling Citi Bike in New York City from a small pilot in 2013 to providing a level of ridership comparable to major public transit systems in the United States. This talk will use a comparative approach to look at factors that have propelled Citi Bike and other systems including the importance of robust station density and strong public private partnerships. She will also share her predictions for what the micromobility sector must do to continue shifting short distance urban trips onto low-carbon two wheeled transportation.

Qievo: facilitating mobility around major urban projects

Developing your e-mobility solution in Paris Region: What you need to know

Paris Region’s sustainability focus, innovation and Tech scene are shaping the region’s mobility and transport plans. Business opportunities in the field of mobility are up for grabs as the region has pledged to move to zero-emissions transport by 2030. In this conference, Romain Erny, Head of Mobility at Choose Paris Region and Vincent Grena, Head of Europe at Volta Charging, will talk investors through the many reasons why Paris Region is an innovation hotbed and an important market for international companies operating in e-mobility.

Turning existing bike parking infrastructure into a smart infrastructure

Case studies of actual projects that Bikeep has delivered and impact achieved for the city environment. Showcasing retrofit projects where Bikeep’s IoT has been used to turn existing bike lockers into smart lockers (Vancouver, BC) smart bike docks connecting cycling to municipal transit system (San Francisco, CA), city-wide e-bike charging network (Christchurch, NZ), smart bike lockers (Tallinn, Estonia), and many different use cases where an actual impact has been achieved to micromobility usage through Bikeep’s smart infrastructure.

Navya’s L4 vision and roadmap to achieve it

Transatlantic Mobility: Opportunities westward and eastward for mobility pioneers

Automated mobility experiments in the rural world

Building the Autonomous Mobility Ecosystem: Vehicles are just a part of the equation

How to succeed in the energy transition in mobility? How to control the impacts?

The rapid growth of new technologies, on the one hand, and the increase of demand for safe, clean, comfortable, efficient, and sustainable transportation, on the other hand, has stimulated the advancement of automation capabilities in the transport sector. It became an impetus for the development of autonomous mobility. The created niche in the transport sector brought new challenges as well as opportunities that need to be adequately addressed and embraced. The transport sector needs to adapt to these latter trends and technologies to support and ensure an adequate environment. The future of mobility isn’t about the autonomous vehicles themselves, but in what they can offer when fully integrated with the whole mobility ecosystem. Building this ecosystem is crucial, but we need to start taking action now! This keynote is designed to tackle key aspects of autonomous mobility as a means to respond to new transport demands and to deliver value to society and businesses. More specifically, the keynote will cover all relevant features of the autonomous mobility ecosystem from all angles (e.g. the Digital and Physical infrastructure, the societal and regulatory aspects) and provide them with the tools that helping solve future challenges that autonomous vehicles will convey.

How to reduce the cost of corporate mobility

Day 2

Delivering full-electric commercial vehicles for urban distribution

Accelerating the Path to Electric Fleets

The transition to electric vehicles is possibly the biggest opportunity for fleets to increase profitability, create sustainable operations, and future-proof their business today. But in order to unlock this potential, there are many obstacles to overcome: How much of the fleet to electrify and when? Which vehicles to purchase? Charging infrastructure – where, how many, and what type? Join this talk, led by Kobi Eisenberg, CEO and Co-founder of Autofleet – the leading platform for fleet optimization and electrification, to hear best practices, practical experience, and recommendations to accelerate the electric future.

Clean vehicles and shared mobility: how can telematics support you?

Urban logistics: understanding, optimising, steering, innovating; data at the heart of the challenge

When traffic and logistics issues converge and create synergies. France Supply Chain and PTV Group will speak on the subject of urban logistics and related innovations. The opportunity to discover the EVOLUE project launched in 2019 with the aim of bringing together transporters and logisticians in order to reflect on their profession and the best ways of practising it while guaranteeing better living in the city, and to create a tool for modelling goods flows for efficient urban logistics.

Cargo Bike Trends according to Urban Arrow

Urban Arrow continuously develops clever solutions for urban transportation challenges. William Goujon will tell more about the upcoming trends and illustrate some inspiring examples on how the application of cargo bikes can improve the quality of day-to-day life in cities.

Mobilité Durable : utopie ou réalité

Avec la récente publication du 2ème volet de son dernier rapport sur l’évolution du climat, le GIEC tire à nouveau la sonnette d’alarme : Il faut agir maintenant. Alors, comment participer activement à la décarbonation des villes lorsqu’on est une entreprise du secteur le plus émetteur de gaz à effet de serre de France ? Et comment continuer à se développer dans le respect de toutes les parties prenantes dans un contexte de libéralisation du travail ? Au final, les plateformes de mobilité peuvent-elles vraiment proposer un modèle durable ?

Cyclologistics, an essential link for supply chains

How to make car subscriptions profitable

From Automotive to Mobility: Transforming a legacy business and making it new again

Born from Tier 1 automotive supplier Farplas, Fark Labs is a global innovation and transformation hub that aims to build a better future for all. We help mobility entrepreneurs, startups, corporations, and investors transform into more connected, innovative, and future-ready versions of themselves so they have a positive impact on the world. Hear about our journey from automotive supplier to innovator, and the startups we have incubated along the way.

Last mile infrastructure at the service of multimodality

Innovative railway for sustainable mobility

Avec près de 29 000 km de lignes, le réseau ferroviaire français est le deuxième plus long en Europe. Le transport ferroviaire reste un moyen de déplacement incontournable dans l’hexagone, encouragé depuis plusieurs années par les politiques de l’Etat et des entreprises. Nous percevons que le ferroviaire pourrait être la locomotive parfaite pour un monde plus durable, plus innovant et susceptible de mieux connecter les citoyens entre eux.

What place for historical brands in the mobility of tomorrow?

The automotive sector is changing to adapt to the new challenges of mobility: more electric, connected, autonomous, shared, or à la carte, or soft mobility. In this context, combined with a severe shortage of semiconductors and a gradual exit from the health crisis, automotive groups are accelerating their transformation and making big announcements to unveil their strategy or their “revolution” to become mobility service providers. for the future. The groups compete in ingenuity to offer services and models that meet new environmental requirements, while maintaining their level of resistance and performance, from city cars to sports cars. What place for historical brands in the mobility of tomorrow?

VODs for the London Stage

Towards zero emission (public) transport: achievements to date and important issues yet to overcome

Transport decarbonisation is a condition for meeting climate change mitigation and air quality objectives. This keynote introduces the exceptional role public transport authorities (PTAs) are allocated with in kick-starting the required vehicle decarbonisation at scale. Based on the successes already achieved by PTAs throughout Europe and their associated experiences, issues that remain and that currently hamper bus decarbonisation efforts are discussed. Potential solutions to bridge these issues of slow technological development and manufacturing uptake as well as required actions from ministries, the EU and the sector at large are pointed out.

Three solutions to accelerate your Smart City strategy today

How an increased demand for passenger information shapes fleet planning in post-COVID times

Your fleet data’s hidden treasures: How to find and maximize them

Your fleet data’s hidden treasures: how to find and maximize them“ Cars, mopeds, scooters and e-bikes generates a variety of data that can be used to manage vehicle usage, balance fleets, improve utilization, predict maintenance etc. Mobility tech experts share their experience on what data can be pulled from vehicles, what protocols and APIs are available, and how to benefit from vehicle data in innovative mobility services. The panel discussion will feature four mobility experts and will be moderated by Bharath Devanathan, Chief Business Officer at INVERS.

How digital helps to develop and optimize the shared transport offer

Et si nous considérions le numérique comme la deuxième infrastructure après le réseau ? L’investissement dans le numérique est désormais un prérequis pour accélérer le report modal et développer de nouvelles offres de service avec des infrastructures légères.
Au cours de cette table ronde, nous présenterons des solutions déployées en France et à l’étranger et leurs réponses aux enjeux d’offres de transports dans des zones peu denses ou de vitesse commerciale des bus ou tramways. Nous expliquerons aussi les bénéfices du Cloud pour accélérer le rythme des innovations et leur interopérabilité.
Avec les témoignages de Laurent Glorieux de Cityway, Didier Lerer d’Axilion et Anne-Claude Poinso de Microsoft.
La table ronde sera animée par Julien de Labaca.

Curbside Management

New clean, shared, connected mobility solutions are developing but all of them need to use the Curbside, which has the risk of congestion. However, there are solutions to this. Thanks to new digital solutions with open architecture to facilitate integration, along with parking payment and control infrastructure it provides the required capabilities for cities to manage and control the curbside access for all uses, especially new mobility schemes and last mile delivery

How are emerging technology trends helping to maximize MaaS adoption?

Join Dani Sarkis (Hacon@Siemens) and Philipp Wegmann (IDnow) as they explore the true potential of identity verification, its role in transforming customer experiences, and what this means for MaaS adoption, today and in the future. In this keynote, Sarkis and Wegmann will use recent real-life use cases to illustrate the current obstacles to MaaS adoption and how best to overcome them.

What used to be mere fare collection systems are now the transactional core to MaaS

Fare collection used to be an isolated segment of the public transportation market for buses and coaches. And then the playing field expanded. Mastering the 3 goals of transactional services (selling, validating and inspecting fares) requires an ever increasing level of expertise when added to the mix of shared mobility assets, mobility infrastructure, rail assets and even bus fares based on different technologies (ABT & CBT). Ubitransport’s case might be of use to you if you are considering mobility services but feel lost in the jungle.

How to balance between seamless user onboarding and risk?

Join Bertrand Bouteloup (ARIADNEXT@IDnow Group) as he hosts a panel of experts from Tier Mobility, Zity and Vinci, alongside the mobility industry expert Armin Fendrich. The group will together explore how to find the balance between instant identification, seamless onboarding and risk, as well as fleet damage and theft.

Open MaaS: traveler information without borders

Que ce soit pour faciliter l’accès à un service, une activité, un commerce (comment m’y rendre) ou pour faire de nos déplacements un critère de choix, l’information voyageurs devient un incontournable de nos modes de vie. Au même titre que les réseaux de transport, les acteur de l’éducation, de l’accessibilité, de la culture, de l’emploi, de l’immobilier ou encore des rencontres amoureuses,… autant de cas d’usages, de réutilisateurs qui ont besoin de données de mobilité de qualité et de services numériques fiables pour innover sur les territoires. Les défis sont à la hauteur des opportunités : décryptage.

New autonomous guided urban mobilities

Dans un contexte de transition énergétique et de décarbonation de l’économie, un des grands enjeux actuels est d’augmenter la part modale du transport ferroviaire en complémentarité avec les autres modes de transport. Un projet de transport autonome sur rail innovant, Urbanloop, a été développé depuis 3 ans pour répondre à ces enjeux. Il a été développé par un partenariat fort avec 11 écoles d’ingénieurs et 3 laboratoires de recherche de l’Université de Lorraine. L’objectif est la baisse des coûts énergétiques, financiers et environnementaux tout en améliorant la qualité de service en termes de fluidité, de fréquence et d’adaptabilité aux besoins des usagers. La table ronde viendra illustrer comment innovations technologiques, soutiens local et national permettent de créer une offre de transport plus adaptée aux nouveaux besoins, basée sur une infrastructure moins lourde et permettant une exploitation économiquement durable.

Moov’hub, the MaaS offer for regional development

Moov’Hub est une solution transversale pour intégrer et adapter les offres de mobilité d’un territoire en croisant usages et aménagement en découlant.
Elle mutualise et simplifie l’accès pour les usagers à l’ensemble du bouquet de services du territoire via une marketplace de services.

Ukraine. People. Lives. Steps to infrastructure resiliency in the conditions of war and its further rehabilitation. Going independent of fossil fuels at a new level of motivation.


MaaS for the masses: How Europe’s Mobility Super App provides fast, flexible and friction-free urban mobility for everyone

A recent MaaS report by FREE NOW shows that 68% of Europeans wish for fewer cars. Cities don’t need more vehicles. What they need are smart, customer-centric and data-driven mobility platforms that aggregate and organise what’s already there to offer the best mobility experience to a broad variety of users. This keynote shows how FREE NOW supports the much-needed traffic turnaround in European cities with its app that seamlessly connects the most important urban mobility options.

APIs: the blooming link between the MaaS core and the user

Away with the lectures on what a MaaS system should look like. A review of recent projects will shed a bright light on what works, what doesn’t and why. Experienced organisations share a panel where pragmatism is the compass.

Self-service e-scooters in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (Paris Region) : who are the users?

In May 2021, SQY implemented its service of electric e-scooters, operated by TIER. Being the first peri-urban area launching a bid in France, we had the intuition that an e-scooter service could be a sustainable mobility solution addressing the needs of displacement in SQY, specially for the the first/last kilometer. It turned out right : the service meets a great success with more than 30 000 users and 500 000 trips after six months. But we wanted to know more : who are the users of the service, how it changed their mobility habits in articulation with the other modes, etc.? Here are the results of a customer survey.

Low-carbon solutions for on-road freight transport

Freight transport relies on trucks that relies on gasoil. Which solutions can be applied now to become climate neutral by 2050 ?

A Trans-Atlantic competition in mobility management: how America is doing us a favor by moving ahead with smart mobility data?

Public Launch : PAVE Europe

Urban mobility: Reducing the stress, keeping the flow – a discussion on accelerating efficiency through data partnerships

How can data accelerate efficiency to achieve the shared goal of more livable cities? The panel guests will discuss existing challenges, like data standardization and the need for more data insights. In this context, partnerships play a crucial role to get the right insights out of the right data while transforming from a reactive to a proactive approach

How can we promote intermodality and boost the development of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) applications?

Si vous vivez dans une zone urbaine, vous êtes probablement conscient de la transformation qui s’opère dans votre façon de vous déplacer. De nouvelles applications permettant de réaliser des trajets basés sur de la mobilité multimodale ( ne citons que CityMapper) auxquelles viennent s’ajouter de nouveaux moyens de transport tels que les vélos sans station d’accueil et les scooters, voitures et trottinettes en libre-service. Le transport urbain connaît une évolution majeure qui implique des besoins en termes de disponibilité des données pour alimenter l’abondance d’applications de transport, pour fournir aux agences gouvernementales de meilleures informations sur l’utilisation de leurs infrastructures de transport, et bien sûr pour améliorer les services eux-mêmes.
Opendatasoft fournit une infrastructure de données aux opérateurs de transport en Europe. Keolis, la RATP, et des opérateurs nationaux comme la SNCF et les CFF utilisent notre plateforme pour publier et partager des données dans des formats interopérables. De nombreuses utilisations et réutilisations de ces données peuvent être faites afin d’améliorer l’efficacité des services ou en créer de nouveaux pour les citoyens.  Dans chaque cas, les données peuvent être utilisées soit par l’opérateur lui-même, soit par des partenaires externes. Elles constituent une ressource essentielle pour la collaboration, entre les services ou à travers l’écosystème.
Nous serons accompagnés de Bordeaux Métropole pour échanger sur le sujet.

Keep your communities, cities and states moving safely and efficiently with smart automobility insights

Delivering smarter mobility has become one of the key topics for cities and governments – poised to deliver citizens with safer, greener and more efficient mobility, and building infrastructure that adapts to shared usage. The advent of large amounts of automobility data from connected cars in the European market has enabled the opportunity to facilitate the decision making and the economic viability of infrastructure projects, as well as manage efficiently the exploitation of “automobility” in a multimodal context. Based on its intensive experience of working daily with many infrastructures, civil engineering and municipalities in the US, Wejo will expose how data science, combined with proper privacy management and visualization tools can help change the way citizens live, work and travel in a metropolitan, urban or rural environment.

How to electrify bus fleets

Electrifying urban bus fleets is a strategic action to reconcile two urgent needs: low-carbon transition and improve the quality of bus systems. Electromobility brings challenges, such as working with new actors and adapting maintenance processes and garages. But the field of opportunities is even wider and more abundant. By dramatically reducing carbon shifts and environmental pollution, it brings a transition to the global effort for impactful change and health gains. The panel will explore challenges, lessons learned and success being faced by cities on the implementation of e-buses.

How open standards and digital commons will enable MaaS ecosystems to scale up?

VODs for the RIO Stage

Day 1

Super cities: using AI to stop e-scooter sidewalk riding and protect pedestrians

A revolution in micromobility safety is underway. Dangerous e-scooter riding behaviour – including sidewalk riding – can now be prevented in real-time through the application of AI and ultra-precise positioning in a first-of-its-kind system called Pedestrian Defense. With the technology rolling out this Spring, what does the arrival of Pedestrian Defense mean for the safe integration of micromobility in cities across the globe?

What can cities do to accelerate the development of carsharing in their communities?

Carsharing helps relieve populations of their dependence on the automobile, and positively impacts their quality of life: fewer cars in the streets, reduced pollution, liberating public spaces… Today, cities have a crucial role to play in the democratization of this collaborative mobility solution to ensure the transition to a more sustainable mobility model.

Combining shared mobility services and public transit to rethink daily transportation in cities

10 years in Micromobility Integration and Delivery: The Serco Experience

Urban space and shared e-scooters: highlighting the problem to create a solution that is more accessible, sustainable and safe for all

Most people still think of escooters as the root cause for cluttered pavements and road accidents. People feel these vehicles are unsafe and dangerous. However, they also take up less space than cars, they are carbon neutral and a turn-key solution to improving the public transport infrastructure in favor of the “15 minute city” model. How to reverse this prejudice? Voi Technology, Europe’s leading operator by tenders won and by total rides, will reveal its latest technological developments and initiatives to help cities move towards a better future.

Towards inclusive micro-mobility: building partnerships for inclusive services across territories.

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Boosting the modal share of cycling regionally

Identity Verification Strategies to Know your Riders

Businesses involved in the letting of cars, scooters and other vehicles need to be sure to verify the identities of their customers before they hand over the keys or pick up a new passenger. In this session we will discuss how to establish the real-world Identity of your users and uncover how to: Attract customers with a low-friction experience Increase account opening conversions, Detect and deter online fraud and account takeovers, Establish and maintain KYC and age verification compliance

Modal shift – how to stimulate sustainable mobility habits?

Micromobility offers convenient and sustainable solutions for short trips of up to 3 km and yet many people still choose cars for such a short distance. Bolt, together with TØI and city officials will discuss how Bolt’s ride-hailing users can be encouraged to use micromobility instead of a car for short trips and how a multimodal mobility provider can successfully stimulate long-standing positive mobility habits.

e-Bike Sharing: a resource for Public Transports

The extreme challenge of intermediate vehicles and a community

Une démarche ouverte et innovante pour concevoir les véhicules de demain. L’ADEME en association avec plusieurs partenaires lance l’eXtrême-Défi pour créer une catégorie de véhicules sobres et efficaces, peu coûteux, interopérables au sein d’un écosystème local cohérent, simples à assembler, utilisant des composants standards, recyclables, optimisés pour chaque usage.
Nous visons mieux que l’automobile au quotidien, les fameux 10-50 km que l’on fait au quotidien pour aller travailler, faire les courses, pratiquer nos loisirs, voir nos amis, véhiculer nos enfants en particulier dans les zones péri- urbaines ou rurales où les alternatives à la voiture n’existent pas : 10 fois moins couteux, 10 fois plus durable, 10 fois plus léger, 10 fois plus simple et 10 fois moins puissant pour la même vitesse moyenne.
L’eXtrême Défi est construit pour rassembler et développer une large communauté. En travaillant collectivement et en sortant d’une logique pure de compétition, il s’agit de créer une taille critique, de mutualiser des composants, des parties, des sous-ensembles, mais aussi de nouveaux métiers, outils et formations.
Nous appelons des candidats à nous rejoindre mais aussi des partenaires (territoire, industriel, laboratoire) qui ont des compétences et ressources à apporter aux candidats et qui ont envie que ces véhicules se développent !

Hydrogen mobility: how to innovate and gain in sustainable mobility?

The transport sector is the leading emitter of greenhouse gases, it alone accounts for more than 30% of CO2 emissions in France. Road transport is responsible for 96% of these emissions, more than half of which comes from private vehicles, making it the most polluting sector. This is why France is aiming to end the sale of new passenger cars and light commercial vehicles using fossil fuels by 2040. New behaviors and new energies must therefore be adopted. Hydrogen is now seen as a complementary solution to electric mobility, could it really help decarbonize and be synonymous with sustainable mobility?

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Bike sharing is dead, long live Augmented Bike Networks

Cycling’s contribution to achieving a lasting green recovery that benefits everyone

This presentation will highlight what cities, regions and countries have been doing to capitalise on the opportunities presented by the pandemic to make their cities more cycling-friendly. It will also explore what more needs to happen from a policy and investment perspective to create more cycling-friendly cities that can deliver the benefits that citizens want: Green mobility, cleaner air, improved health, less congestion and noise pollution, more liveable cities and towns, better greener leisure and tourism options, more vibrant local economies and more inclusive societies.

Delivered by bike! Decarbonised urban logistics, ready and waiting

Cargo bikes are increasingly part of the urban logistics orchestra. Amazing innovations in cargo bike design and technology mean cycling logistics is fit and ready for this very demanding industry. Many well-run businesses around Europe are proof of the potential for sustainable transport. However, there are still many miles to go to reach carbon neutral, decarbonized urban logistics. Richard Armitage, head of ECLF and Tom Assmann, head of RLVD, will discuss how cycle logistics can ride those miles fast enough to become the next standard for urban transport.

Cycling for Everyone: Understanding the Role of Human Infrastructure

Cycling for Everyone: Understanding the Role of Human Infrastructure This talk will explore findings from research that underscores the importance of behaviour change and transport cultures in the promotion of cycling. Lucas Snaije will use the framework of “Human Infrastructure” to share insights and strategies that support and allow the uptake of cycling for all populations, with a focus on young children and their caregivers.

Multimodal mobility: Should safety be a privilege?

The Cycling ecosystem in Europe: taking stock of the 2020-2021 developments and looking at future trends

Future Mobility Change Makers

Personal transportation has favoured personal vehicle ownership for decades resulting in congestion, poor air quality, and a financial burden for many. It’s high time we change that. For that to happen we need stop doing what we’ve been doing for so long. We need a community of change makers that think outside the rules and come up with new ways of doing things. And for that we need a cross-pollination across sectors and different viewpoints: that’s where a lot of change can happen. This session is part keynote, part panel. We’ll introduce you to 8 change makers from around the world that tackle transportation problems differently: from more sustainable logistics, to electric infrastructure management to urban planning, shared mobility for every Body and reducing sexual harassments, this session will leave you inspired to become part of the movement of changing the status quo in transportation.

Pedaling into the future: How can we ensure cycling and micromobility become embedded as preferred and safe modes of urban transport?

Several cities across Europe and worldwide have been facing an increase in the number of cyclists and other light mobility vehicle users in recent years. Gathering local authorities, data providers and practitioners to the discussion, iRAP and Autonomy Paris want to debate the challenges and strategies to guarantee that the cycling revolution will be safe. The main topics of discussion will be the barriers to implementing safe cycling infrastructure and the potential applications of new data sources and risk assessment tools like CycleRAP to help cities continue to drive a safe shift.

A journey through the brain towards more sustainable transport: the need for multimodal planning

Lessons from the world’s most digitalized fleets – Shared fleets

Shared mobility leads the way in the fleet industry for fleets that have undergone digital transformations. These fully digitally accessible fleets are adopting technology that moves towards the creation of a self-managing fleet. In this session you will learn: – How successful shared mobility solutions have grown revenues – Using automation to create a self-managing fleet – Using keyless technology for digital business transformations

Deploying automated mobility in public transport

This session will gather experts from industry and academia to report on the learnings from on-going pilots of Automated Mobility. It will address challenges addressed by these pilots, from safety requirements to stakeholders involvement. The answers to these challenges will be grounded in the insights from the French project SAM as well as the European funded project SHOW, which is currently the largest initiative on deployment of Automated Mobility in Europe.

Job creation and security: the virtuous circle of micromobility

From motorists to mobilists: How shared mobility is shaping the new paradigm for local transportation

Ownership is questioned in a world where shared mobility is extremely popular, especially with users that cherish the option of inter modality. Troopy’s goal is to remove ownership constraints while proposing a responsible offer. The new value proposition that Troopy offers is to create long-term value with convinced users that can travel in a responsible and secured way. Since Troopy is deeply convinced that offering inclusive, secure and ecologically responsible products & services are part of the duties of a company, it pushes for an extended product lifecycle and affordable mobility.