Autonomy Paris, the global sustainable mobility fair, took place this year on 16-17 March.
After 2 years of digital events, due to the pandemic circumstances, 2022 represented a huge success for Autonomy Paris.
The 6th edition of Autonomy Paris gathered together 200 exhibitors, 6,000 attendees, 200 journalists, 300 speakers and displayed more than 80 vehicles available for drive tests.
This year’s show was, on aggregate, 20% bigger than the last physical event in 2019. At least 600 planned business meetings took place during the show.
Each day of the event was opened by a speech supported by Mr. Stéphane Beaudet (Vice President of the Île-de-France Region) and Mr. David Belliard (Deputy Mayor of Paris).
The programme Get Our Cities Moving was co-organised with POLIS, the leading network of European cities.
The Industry Talks attracted a high level of interest from visitors and participants. In all, the show had 30 institutional partners (represented by 250 people from governments and institutions) and 11 city partners (including Madrid, Roma, Brussels, Rio and Buenos Aires).
In total, 56 cities, and 6 official delegations from across the world had some form of contribution at the show.
More than 50 countries were represented at the event. The top 15 most-represented visitor countries were: Germany, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Switzerland, Italy, United States, Turkey, Poland, Israel, Brazil, Ireland, Luxembourg and Sweden.
65% of the visitors were French and 35% were from the other 50 nationalities in attendance.
Rhapsody Magazine was the official medial partner of the event.