About Autonomy


7 Years of Autonomy

We created Autonomy Paris, the world’s first trade show for mobility solutions that is now the world’s most important annual mobility gathering. In addition to the trade show, over the past four years we published The Urban Mobility Weekly, the most read newsletter in the industry. We have built a strong brand and large audience enabling us to connect our clients with decisionmakers.

“When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, we knew that our community of The Urban Mobility Weekly readers would allow us to pivot towards holding digital events. Autonomy Digital in 2020 and Autonomy Digital 2.0 in 2021 have prepared us to host the future. The Autonomy Paris 2023 trade show, which will take place on March, the 22nd and 23rd, in Paris, Porte de Versailles, Pavilion 6 and will give visitors the conviviality of physical events with access to our content a global digital reach.”Ross Douglas CEO and Founder of Autonomy.

Autonomy Paris 2023

Discover today’s solutions and tomorrow’s innovations at the world’s largest annual gathering dedicated to new sustainable mobility solutions. 

Take advantage of 2 days to discover the latest industry trends and news, meet new suppliers and partners and attend expert conferences and quality demonstrations. 

In an atmosphere conducive to meeting and developing tomorrow’s mobility activities, the Autonomy exhibition is the essential meeting place for advancing the mobility sector by creating the world’s leading sustainable mobility network.



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5 reasons to visit the world’s leading mobility trade show

  1. Meet all urban mobility key leading players, policy makers, governments, corporates, institutions, NGOs, startups
  2. Develop your international network as 50% of all participants are international
  3. Keep up to date with the latest market developments and regulations
  4. Learn about the latest innovations
  5. Network with the entire value chain through Autonomy Business Meetings programme


Autonomy Paris presents the entire value chain of mobility:

From 8 verticals:

active & micro mobility

Active & Micro Mobility

Scooters, bikes, and the active mobility services powering healthy and happy cities
avs and technologies

Shared Mobility

The free-floating, on-demand, public and private solutions powering a multimodal city and the transition away from single car ownership
urban logistics

MaaS, Ticketing & Payments

Integrated and interoperable solutions to develop Mobility as a Service
e mobility and infrastructure

Smart City Services

Provide authorities with real-time and reliable data for the management of their cities
shared mobility

Corporate Mobility & Fleet Management

Reduce the costs and carbon footprint of corporate mobility by switching to multimodal offers for employees, using telematics and AI to improve the efficiency of fleet operations

maas ticketing and payments

E-Mobility & Infrastructure

Integrating new engines (electric, NGV, hydrogen…) and building the street infrastructure for postcombustion mobility
smart city services

Urban Logistics

Accounting for the massive rise in urban deliveries, this industry theme promotes new logistic solutions that reduce congestion and emissions
corporate mobility and fleet management

AVs & Technologies

Understanding the new possibilities given by Autonomous Vehicles for cities and infrastructures, to automation and MaaS, and challenges to regulation and securities










  • Architecture & Urban Planners
  • Manufacturers
  • Charging Infrastructure
  • Cities & Metropoles
  • Corporates
  • Data Services Providers
  • Economic Development Organization
  • Universities, schools, research centres
  • Governments & Institutions
  • Investors
  • Media
  • Mobility Operator
  • NGO
  • Property Management
  • Public Construction
  • Public Transport Authority
  • Public Transport Operator (PTO)
  • Territories
  • Other
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Private decision-makers

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Public decision-makers
Jean-Baptise Djebbari

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 - Deputy Minister of Transport

Jean-Baptise Djebbari

As an internationally established SaaS and IoT technology provider for shared mobility, INVERS clients are spread globally across 50+ countries. Autonomy provides a great platform for us to connect not only with them, but also with our ever-growing OEM and software integration partners and other key stakeholders and players to exchange knowledge, experiences and market trends as well as innovations and ideas, so that together we can push the boundaries of shared mobility further.

Alexander Gmelin - INVERS


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 - Systra


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 - Hogan Lovells


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 - Tranzer


Autonomy, being digital or not, is a high point of the mobility meetings agenda. We are a long standing partner and we would like to find this dynamic revealing new players and trends in the sector

Emilie Molino - Kisio


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 - SAP


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


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 - Ile-de-France Mobilités

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