About the Event
Berlin Mobility Summit | 2nd Edition
Building a New Sustainable Mobility Ecosystem
The rapid advancement of technology connected users to mobility in new ways through the Internet of Things (IoT). With the advent of these new technologies such as autonomous vehicles, advanced data analytics, and more, the event will explore the ways players can enhance public-private partnerships to improve the sustainable mobility ecosystem.
The City of Berlin is an excellent case study in expertly bringing actors together, as evident in the success of its public-private partnerships that have contributed to the city’s reputation as a leader in mobility innovation through its groundbreaking MaaS-app Jelbi.
However, it currently seems as if the “classic car” would remain a cornerstone in Berlin's mobility portfolio: Developments in the past have shown that measures to electrify car traffic are not yet sufficient. In that frame, the Berlin Mobility Summit also aims to explore the roadmap of the automotive industry to achieve its green transition to a sustainable mobility and energy ecosystem. To make this vision a reality, participants will have the opportunity to engage in thought-provoking discussions, attend informative presentations, and network with peers to share ideas, connect, and build bridges.
The event will highlight successful public-private partnerships and showcase best practices for integrating innovative mobility solutions into urban environments.
💡Special opportunity for entrepreneurs: [Call for Startups](https://www.allthingsurban.net/events/430) (application deadline on May 19th!)
The "Berlin Mobility Summit | 2nd Edition" event is aimed at a wide range of participants, including:
- Mobility and transportation professionals, such as urban planners, engineers, and consultants.
- Public sector representatives from local and regional governments, transportation authorities, and regulatory bodies.
- Private sector stakeholders, including representatives from automotive manufacturers, technology companies, and service providers involved in the mobility ecosystem.
- Researchers and academics focusing on sustainable mobility, urban development, and related fields.
- Investors and financial institutions interested in supporting the growth of the sustainable mobility sector.
- Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and advocacy groups working on sustainability, mobility, and environmental issues.
- Start-ups and entrepreneurs developing innovative mobility solutions and technologies.
- Media and journalists covering mobility, technology, sustainability, and urban development.
The event is designed to provide an opportunity for these diverse stakeholders to engage in discussions, attend presentations, and network with peers to share ideas, connect, and collaborate on building a new sustainable mobility ecosystem.
The public and third sector, media and academia enter for free!
Autonomy was founded in 2016, a year after the historic Paris Climate Agreement. Our name ‘Autonomy’ is a reminder that city mobility should function independently of fossil fuels. Through our physical and digital events and platforms, we have built a large urbna mobility community made up of both innovators and policymakers.
We now combine our physical and digital assets to help our community of corporates, startups, cities and NGOs connect and collaborate on the future of urban mobility. Our activities include organizing physical events like the Autonomy Mobility World Expo (our annual Paris trade show) and the Autonomy City Summits (hosted in iconic cities like Berlin and London), as well as developing digital content such as webinars, white papers, articles and newsletters .