Global name change for Autonomy Paris

New Autonomy World Mobility Expo will be held in Paris on 22-23 March 2023
Mobility as a Service / October 19, 2022
By Adam Hill
Autonomous vehicles innovation future policy Paris © Michal Bednarek |
Next year's event will seek to effect the change from 'motorist to mobilist' (© Michal Bednarek |

Sustainable mobility show Autonomy Paris has changed its name to Autonomy Mobility World Expo.

The event's seventh edition will be held in Porte de Versailles, Paris, on 22-23 March 2023, and has a new tagline: Where Innovators and Policymakers Make Mobility.

“Autonomy Mobility World Expo sits at the confluence of new mobility policy and innovation and seeks to assist in the transformation of 'motorist to mobilist' in cities around the world," says Ross Douglas, founder and CEO of Autonomy.

The name Autonomy comes from the desire for city mobility to function independently of fossil fuels: 36% of Expo visitors come to discover new mobility products and services, the organiser adds.

There will be seven industry themes at next year's Expo:

Smart Mobility Cities
Mass Transit
Active Mobility
EV Fleets
Shared Mobility
Urban logistics
Autonomous Vehicles

The event will be attended by representatives of 250 cities and institutions, and Autonomy is hosting the Get our Cities Moving conference programme for the fourth year running.

Hosted on the Expo’s main stage on both mornings, the conference is made up of a series of keynotes and panels to "showcase the challenges which cities and
local governments are facing and actions they are taking to improve mobility for their citizens", explains Carolina Cominotti, Autonomy head of PR.

There is also a zone dedicated exclusively for officials from government and institutions to meet and network.

Autonomy says the 2023 edition of the Expo will connect 8,000 participants, 200 exhibitors, 17,000m2 of exhibiting space, 300 speakers and 100 conference sessions.

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