Cosmo Tech’s Sales team is at Autonomy and the Urban Mobility Summit today in Paris, France.

Cosmo Tech representatives will be at Alstom’s stand located in the Central Zone (stand C45). Alstom is a French multinational company operating worldwide in rail transport markets, active in the fields of passenger transportation, signaling, and locomotives, with products including the TGV and Eurostar in addition to suburban, regional, and metro trains. Cosmo Tech and Alstom have been working together to help city authorities achieve great fluidity and capacity from their different transport services, predicting and adapting to passengers’ flow variations, and responding to network incidents in real time.

Taking place at the Grande Halle de la Villette, this three-day event is where the world’s mobility makers meet. With over 30 countries represented, 220 exhibitors, and 10,000 visitors, plenty of industry movers and disrupters will be present. Sponsors this year include Nissan, Uber, and RATP, who all share the common goal of moving goods and people in ways that reduce pollution and congestion.

Autonomy is centered around the ADESA framework, or what they have identified as the key solutions to a carbon-free future: Active mobility, Data analytics, Electric solutions, Shared mobility, and Autonomous vehicles. These verticals illustrate the five elements disrupting traditional car ownership and usage, which can give cities a mobility mix that does not contribute to pollution or congestion. Autonomy believes good mobility will only be created when companies and institutions from all the five verticals collaborate with each other and the cities where they operate.

18 and 19 October are considered the business days, which include a wide variety of activities including a series of conferences, workshops, and meet-ups; a curated exhibition area, test tracks, and live demos; startup pitch sessions; and a network party, among others. During this time, Autonomy provides a collaborative work space and community to promote and discover mobility solutions to decrease congestion and pollution and ultimately improve citizens’ lives. Afterwards, 20 October is then open to the public to experience the activities.

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