The Autonomous will work with policy-makers, academics, innovators, civil society representatives and business leaders to make safe autonomous mobility a reality.
The World Economic Forum’s Global Innovators Community is a highly selective group of the world’s most promising start-ups and scale-ups at the forefront of technological and business model innovation. Thus, they represent, inform, and influence public and private sector decision-makers by contributing new ideas, perspectives, and innovations that address long-term concerns.
“The World Economic Forum is delighted to have TTTech Auto and The Autonomous join our Global Innovators Community,” says Michelle Avary, Head of Automotive and Autonomous Mobility at the World Economic Forum. “Focusing on forward-looking technologies for automated driving and global reference solutions for the future of autonomous mobility, TTTech Auto and The Autonomous will help us pave the way for a safe self-driving future.
Initiated by TTTech Auto, The Autonomous is guided by an ambition to tackle fundamental safety challenges in automated driving by enabling collaboration amongst car manufacturers, technology suppliers, regulatory authorities, disruptors, academia, and governmental institutions. The Autonomous is setting the stage for open discussions on the main technical and regulatory questions.
“Our vision is to revolutionize the way the mobility industry works and help diverse stakeholders collaborate towards a safer, inclusive, and more sustainable future. We’re honored to partner with the World Economic Forum and other technology leaders as part of the Global Innovators Community”, says Philip Schreiner, Head of The Autonomous.
As part of the Global Innovators Community, TTTech Auto and The Autonomous will participate in the World Economic Forum’s Shaping the Future of Mobility Platform, which is committed to bringing the world’s major mobility companies together with public and private stakeholders across all sectors to create mobility systems and guidelines that meet 21st-century demands.