A must-attend event for the innovation sector, Viva technology, in its fourth consecutive year, once again brings together start-ups and large groups over a three-day period. We will be hosting the zero carbon mobility park, a unique opportunity to discover the innovative solutions of tomorrow; a guaranteed experience to be shared from 16 to 18 May 2019, at Paris Expo in Paris.
We created the Mobility Park to coincide with Viva Technology: eight innovations selected for their contribution to green mobility: these solutions are all zero carbon, innovative, competitive and turnkey*. Interactive and immersive, the Mobility Park will allow everyone to discover spectacular innovations, that may nevertheless be operational in the near future.
In order to address today's climate emergency, our ambition is to become the world leader in the zero carbon transition of its customers, in particular businesses and local authorities. For us, green mobility is one way of fulfilling this ambition.
Wednesday 15 May
Tech For Good Summit at the Elysée, in partnership with McKinsey, in presence of the President of the Republic and Isabelle Kocher
Thursday 16 May
Friday 17 May
11am–11.45am: ‘’Club des annonceurs’’ delegation visit – ENGIE Mobility Park (TBC)
11.30am–11.50am: HyStart: the hydrogen solution for communities – pitch zone
What to look at: discover the solutions of ENGIE and its partners in the Mobility Park
What to discover: we also support several start-ups, including:
Hyper Poland is the public transport of tomorrow. Based on Elon Musk's Hyperloop concept, the Hyper Poland is a new train that’s ultra-fast and agile.
UrmO has developed a portable Segway, lightweight and accessible for everyone. Its widespread deployment begins in autumn 2019.
ONO is the new eco-friendly solution for "last mile" deliveries in urban areas. These vehicles will be fully recyclable and will be part of the EVBox charging network.
Developed by a French startup, this prototype of a taxi drone is electrically powered. Eventually, the HOVER TAXI will be able to park, thanks to a dedicated ground-based infrastructure, and reserve itself using an app. It is a technological revolution that could overturn tomorrow’s urban transport.
What to listen to: Each project will be pitched for 15 to 20 minutes followed by a conversation with moderator, Charlie Clark. The programme includes 18 expert speakers: Livin', EVBox, the transition to zero carbon cities, hydrogen solutions, electric car terminals, data for saving energy, connectivity in public transport...
16–17 May: BtoB days (8am–7pm)
18 May: open to the public (9am–6pm)
The Mobility Park by ENGIE is located at Pavilion 2.2, stand X02, by the footbridge to Pavilion 1. Paris Expo Versailles, metro station Porte de Versailles (line 12).