INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERSTake part in Autonomy
ICLEI – Local governments for sustainability. With 1500 members, ICLEI is the world’s leading global network for cities and regions committed to a sustainable future. Cities representatives will share their vision on the future of urban mobility.
POLIS is a network of 68 European cities and regions working together to develop innovative technologies and policies for local transport
ERTICO – ITS Europe is a public-private membership-driven organisation promoting and deploying intelligent transport systems (ITS) in Europe through a variety of activities, such as projects, innovation platforms, events and ITS Congresses, stakeholder engagement and international cooperation to save lives, protect the environment and sustain mobility in the most cost-effective way. ERTICO was founded in 1991 at the initiative of 15 leading members of the European Industry. Now, with 120+ partners, ERTICO connects public authorities, industry players, infrastructure operators, users, national ITS associations and other organisations and works to “Shape intelligent mobility for Europe together”.
ERTICO – ITS Europe was founded in 1991 at the initiative of 15 industry leaders and the European Commission to fill the gap between research and deployment of mobility services on roads. MaaS Alliance was established as a public-private partnership following the launch of the MaaS concept at the 2014 ITS European congress, and aims to accelerate that concept as the core of multi-modal transport offerings.
UITP (Union Internationale des Transports Publics) is theInternational Association of Public Transport and a champion of sustainable urban mobility. It is a worldwide network which brings together all public transport stakeholders and all sustainable transport modes.
Business France is the French national agency that fosters French companies internationalization and supports foreign investors in France.
CCI Paris guides the development of Parisian businesses. It proposes tailored services to entrepreneurs who wish to create, develop, export and innovate. It acts so the French capital increases its global reach.
Founded by the Ile-de-France International Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Paris Investment Agency is an association which gathers companies and public institutions that build the Greater Paris, in order to foster the international outreach and attractiveness of the project.
Régions de France is the institution representing French regions and local entities to French public authorities and European institutions.
VEDECOM is an institute for energy transition created by the French government in 2014, dedicated to sustainable and de-carbonized individual mobility. Supported by mobility cluster Mov’eo, it gathers around 40 members on a unique collaboration between the automotive industry, the aeronautic industry, mobility infrastructure and service operators, academic research establishments and local public entities in the Paris Region.
The Institut pour la ville en mouvement (IVM) was created in 2000 to adress the social challenges related to urban mobility and contribute to the advent of innovative solutions. It has been part of VEDECOM since 2016, and explores the relations between technology change and urban territory mutations in all their dimensions (social, architectural, cultural).
L’Association pour l’Avenir du Véhicule Électro-Mobile. AVEM is a community of actors who are working to promote and inform the many different members of the mobility sector on electric mobility, from personal vehicles to electric busses.
La Fabrique des Mobilités is an association who gathers actors and projects and collects data in a collaborative spirit in order to accelerate the transition towards new mobility. Its ambition is to create an open mobility data base. Within this framework, an “Open Innovation Project” will be organized at Autonomy.
High impact social entrepreneur specialized for 20 years in the co-construction of public policies, Missions Publiques helps to enrich the process of political and strategic decisions thanks to the expertise of non-experts citizens. Missions Publiques, in collaboration with Eurocities, Polis Network, UITP, APTA and Arizona State University, pilots Citizens Days from January to April 2019 about the future of mobility, in 25 European and North American cities, through perception citizens have about autonomous vehicles coming in their lives and territories.Autonomy will host a round table on October 19 where the results of the French debate, held in 5 cities with more than 350 citizens, will be discussed with the debate partners and the audience. A participative citizen workshop will be proposed on the saturday 20 October.
Paris Region Entreprises brings its deep market and industry expertise together with an extensive network to support international companies in building tech partnerships, designing their go to market strategy, and providing guidance to implement their local presence. Every year, with a team of 80 dedicated professionals across Europe, the US and China, Paris Region Entreprises supports 1,000+ international companies looking to grow their business in the Paris Region.
Chairman: Franck Margain / CEO: Lionel Grotto
On the path to reaching sustainable development targets, transport authorities seek innovative solutions to meet a growing mobility demand and tackle existing urban mobility issues that come with rapid urbanization: pollution, congestion and road safety hazards. The International Automobile Association (FIA) launches in 2017 the FIA Smart cities initiative to encourage the relevant stakeholders to address these pressing concerns and discuss potential solutions to fill the gaps in modern mobility systems.
The Association of Ile-de-France Mayors (AMIF) exists since 1990 and gathers the elected representatives of the cities of the Greater Paris region. It is a pluralist body that endeavours to provide solutions to the local governments, and has emerged as a key player of the Capital Region, especially on issues that will shape the future of the region, chief among them the future Paris Metropolis and transports.
Founded in 1900, in Paris, the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) is the worldwide governing body for cycling. It develops and oversees cycling in all its forms, for all people as a competitive sport, as a healthy recreational activity, as a means of transport, and also just for fun. It represents, for sporting and public institutions alike, the interests of 190 National Federations, five Continental Confederations, more than 1,500 professional riders, more than half a million licensed competitors, several million cycling enthusiasts and two billion bicycle users all over the world.