Autonomy Mobility World Expo



AUTONOMY MOBILITY WORLD EXPO (AMWE) is the world’s largest annual gathering of international policymakers, institutions, NGOs, corporations, companies, and start-ups focused on sustainable urban mobility solutions welcoming 200+ exhibitors, 300+ speakers, and 8,000+ participants every year in March. 

 AUTONOMY MOBILITY WORLD EXPO combines exhibition stands with a Startup Village and City Hub, two conference programs (Industry Talk & City Voices - GetOurCitiesMoving), test tracks, demos, B2B, B2G & G2G meetings, and the Startup Challenge and Innovation Awards ceremony. The 7th edition of the expo will take place on March 22-23, 2023 in Paris, Porte de Versailles Pavillon 6.

The 1st Expo where the entire Sustainable Mobility Ecosystem is represented

1. Smart Mobility Cities
Re-engineering cities for the shift from motorist to mobilist; includes the expansion of mass transit and the infrastructures for connected, autonomous, shared, and electric vehicles. 
2. Mass Transit
The backbone of Smart Cities Mobility; complements active and shared mobility and is the best solution for moving large numbers of people quickly. 
3. Active Mobility
Shares the streets with multiple modes of mobility; includes walking, cycling, micromobility, and other human-powered vehicles.  
4. EV Fleets
Corporate fleets are going green with companies switching from ICE to EV; fleet managers need to understand assisting EV purchases, charging infrastructure, and optimizing driving through route planning and telematics. 
5. Shared Mobility 
Comprised of car, bike, and scooter sharing; encompasses the hardware, software, and services used by shared mobility operators. 
6. Urban logistics
How to complete the “last mile” while saving time and costs; includes cargo bikes, delivery robots, LEVs, and other hardware, as well as the software that manages fleets, parcels, and pickups. 
7. Autonomous Vehicles
Needs to be integrated with mass transit and shared services; constitutes driverless trains, trams, buses, shuttles, and, cars as well as the hardware and software that enable autonomous mobility.

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Our Company:

Autonomy is the world-leading sustainable mobility platform, with world-first digital and physical events & platforms that attract global influencers and facilitate the key conversations in guiding global change.

Our Mission:

We participate in the transition to sustainable mobility by connecting innovators and policymakers dedicated to mobility and smart cities development.

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Autonomy Mobility World Expo

Our globally acclaimed annual trade show hosted in Paris over two days each year, it features exhibitors, conferences, test tracks, demos, awards, startup challenge, workshops and more.

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World’s leading annual trade show hosted in Paris each year, including conferences, test tracks, demos, awards, startup challenge and workshops.

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Our Urban Mobility Weekly newsletter and knowledge platform have become key references in the industry. This premier content allows our community to interact with us and each other all year around to keep the mobility conversation moving forward.

About Autonomy

Who We Are

An international, Paris-based group of mobility aficionados with the common goal of getting cities moving sustainably.

What We Do

As the world's leading mobility network, we combine our physical and digital assets to help our community of entrepreneurs, startups, cities, international institutions and NGOs connect and collaborate on the future of urban and sustainable mobility.

Why We Do It

Founded in Paris in 2016 - one year after the historic United Nations Paris Climate Agreement - AUTONOMY’s goal is to foster the sustainable transition in mobility to help limit global warming to 1.5°C. 

From Motorist to Mobilist

Our name AUTONOMY is a reminder that city mobility should drastically reduce its heavy dependence on fossil fuels. The shift from motorist to mobilist involves moving away from single car ownership to biking, walking and using public transport. Improving mobility while protecting the environment is possible!