Autonomy Mobility World Expo 2023: Challenge taken up for this edition!
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Posted: 21 April 2023 | AUTONOMY | No comments yet
After two days of meetings and experience sharing, the Autonomy Mobility World Expo team is delighted that the industry once again chose AMWE to connect and build the new sustainable mobility ecosystem.
Credit: Autonomy Mobility World Expo
The world’s largest annual gathering of urban mobility actors has just closed its doors. After two days of meetings and experience sharing, the Autonomy Mobility World Expo (AMWE) team is delighted that the industry once again chose AMWE to connect and build the new sustainable mobility ecosystem.
“We are witnessing the mobility disruption where motorists are converting to mobilists by replacing the cost and friction of old-style fixed car ownership with flexible ways to access cars, bikes, mopeds, scooters and mass transit. This new community uses AMWE each year to connect, learn and partner in this new ecosystem” shares Ross Douglas, CEO of Autonomy.
Conferences and talks
More than 400 speakers on five stages covered a range of topics in our seven industry themes: Smart Mobility Cities, Mass Transit Tech, E-Mobility, Fleet Services, Shared Mobility, Urban Logistics and Autonomous Vehicles.
For the fifth year in a row, AMWE partnered with POLIS Network to present the conference programme, ‘CITY VOICES – Get Our Cities Moving’, bringing together high-level leaders from global cities such as Manchester, Amsterdam, Bogotá, Budapest, Torino, Groningen, Helmond, Gothenburg, Thessaloniki, Madrid and Leuven to share best practices and lessons learned on sustainable mobility.
For its 7th edition, AMWE relaunched its Autonomy Mobility Startup Challenge. Here are our winners from the 85 startups that applied:
- Smart Mobility Cities – Nielsen Concept (France)
- Public Transport – Ualabee (Argentina)
- Active Mobility – Loewi (France)
- Electric vehicle fleets – Gouach (France)
- Shared Mobility – Datafolio (France)
- Urban Logistics – Mooevo (Spain)
- Autonomous Vehicles – dRISK (United Kingdom)
- Public Award – Byqee (Turkey).
The show organised its first Autonomy Mobility Innovation Awards to reward those revolutionising the world of mobility. From the more than 100 applications, the jury chose the following winners:
- Smart Mobility Cities – Birò (France)
- Public Transport – Capgemini (France)
- Active Mobility + Public Award – Fifteen (France) was awarded in two categories
- Electric vehicle fleets – Circunomics (Germany)
- Shared mobility – Invers (Germany)
- Urban logistics – Midipile Mobility (France)
- Autonomous vehicles – Kolumbus AS (Norway).
“We are very pleased to have been able to combine networking, workshops, conferences and exchanges. We welcomed more than 5,000 participants from 52 countries with 50% from France and 50% from abroad. AMWE has demonstrated once again that sharing experiences and highlighting innovative players can, together, go further to meet the challenges of the industry and its users,” said Adeline Larroque, General Manager of Autonomy.
Adeline Larroque, Ross Douglas