Mobility is undergoing multiple disruptions but we believe that the shift from motorist to mobilist will be the most profound. Our relationship to the car has been radically changing in recent years. Car sales continue to decrease from a high in 2016, new car buyers get older each year and total mileage drops as commuters work from home and switch to cheaper and faster solutions. When combustion cars are banned we will not replace ICE with EVs one for one as mobility apps on our smart phone will provide better, cheaper and cleaner mobility. We believe that this change is good for consumers, cities, companies and the planet and should be celebrated and accelerated as it will empower commuters to be truly Autonomous and free to move. Autonomy Mobility World Expo is an enabler of the movement by bringing together the world's mobility actors to engage and build this new mobility ecosystem.
march 22nd - Agora 1We need to reshape cities for the shift from motorist to mobilist. Smart Mobility Cities must be built around the needs of its citizens and so how can we prepare cities for CASE (Connected, Autonomous, Shared, Electric) and how do we integrate this technology into the existing public transit?
march 23rd - Agora 1
The backbone of Smart Mobility Cities and the motorist to mobilist shift, how can we ensure that mass transit complements active and shared mobility to offer a realistic alternative to single car ownership?
march 23rd - Agora 2The sales of new combustion vehicles are banned starting from as early as 2030. New energy networks, charging infrastructure and software solutions are needed to move, store and pay for electricity.
march 22nd - Agora 3These major shifts are taking place in fleets: the switch from ICE to EV, from fixed ownership to flexible use and access to a pool of different vehicles to fit specific needs. All of this complexity is being solved by software solutions that enable companies to move quicker, cheaper and with lower emissions.
march 22nd - Agora 2Whether it be shared cars, LEVs, bikes or scooters, cities have seen a boom in shared mobility and yet, the growth and scale of these services has not always followed in-kind. What are the next steps needed for shared mobility hardware, software and app providers to finally reach critical mass?
march 23rd - Agora 3Whether it be food, clothes or electronics, consumers want everything delivered directly to their door. But city authorities are not so sure. How can companies fulfil the wishes of both consumers and cities which want to cut down on congestion and carbon emissions?
march 23rd - Agora 3The technology is ready, the political will is favorable and the legislation is being passed. It's time to start rolling out autonomous vehicles in cities. What needs to happen for the successful deployment of autonomous vehicles and shuttles, delivery robots and robotaxis and how will they transform our cities?