Smart Cities - Review Season 2

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The FIA Smart Cities initiative at a Glance


Season 2 Key Figures


The FIA Smart Cities Global Start-Up Contest


The FIA Smart Cities Award


On-Track Experience and Exclusive Access


Santiago de Chile






Winner of the Season 2 FIA Smart Cities Award




Next Season




SETTING THE PACE OF CHANGE Two years ago, following the adoption of the New Urban Agenda, which sets out global standards for sustainable urban development, the FIA decided it must take a proactive stance on the future definition of what it means to be mobile in our cities, and how cleaner, more efficient and safer mobility systems can improve the lives and security of millions of people the world over. Using the platform of the city-based, future-focused ABB FIA Formula E Championship to drive discussion around these topics and to promote the development of innovative mobility solutions, the FIA last year created the FIA Smart Cities initiative. After a successful first series of events, the 2018 programme saw the initiative gain increased momentum through events in Santiago de Chile, Rome and finally in Zurich. At all three FIA Smart Cities Forums an impressive array of mobility experts, city planners, metropolitan authorities, technology specialists, entrepreneurs, high-level political leaders and policy-makers gathered to define solutions to a varied range of pressing urban mobility issues. These included the goal of widespread implementation of vehicle emission and fuel efficiency standards, the development of high-tech traffic management solutions, planning for future mobility in historic environments, the value of ‘big data’ in defining evidence-based transport policy, and the role of new motor sport technology in advancing sustainable development — an especially relevant topic given the platform for the Forums. FIA Smart Cities also focused on the here and now, organising Global Start-Up Contests for innovative high-tech companies that have the possibility of revolutionising an aspect of mobility, and also the FIA Smart Cities Award, in which each event city of the Formula E calendar was invited to submit a programme designed to address specific mobility issues in its municipality. By publicising and supporting new technology and transformative public programmes, the FIA Smart Cities initiative helps to widen the knowledge base of cities worldwide and to spread best practice and innovation. FIA Smart Cities has grown impressively in the two years of its existence and we are seeing great engagement with its ideals, not just among the transportation stakeholders but also in the worlds of health and safety, business, technology, and social and corporate responsibility. I look forward to an even more productive year ahead, a year in which we continue to move urban mobility forward, to define new solutions, encourage exciting new ventures, and in which we continue to make a positive contribution towards reaching the goals set by the New Urban Agenda adopted during the UN Habitat III Conference in Quito. With best wishes,

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THE FIA SMART CITIES INITIATIVE AT A GLANCE Addressing the Urban Agenda With the world’s urban population set to nearly double in the next three decades, and with populations, economic activity and social and cultural life increasingly concentrated in densely populated areas, building liveable, workable and navigable cities is becoming a primary developmental concern. Launched in 2017, the FIA Smart Cities initiative aims to promote discussion and evolve solutions around the development of technologically advanced urban mobility systems that address those concerns and which promote safety, sustainability and community in the cities of the future. Led by the FIA and supported by the ABB FIA Formula E Championships, ABB, ENEL, Julius Bär, JCDecaux, and Michelin, FIA Smart Cities encourages knowledge generation and information exchange in the field of sustainable urban mobility. Formula E – itself a key driver in the development of electric vehicles – provides FIA Smart Cities with a platform for


discussion around sustainable motoring and innovations relating to urban transport, clean technologies, and managing the growing demands on public services. Uniting stakeholders and experts from business and government, the FIA Smart Cities Forums link both public and private sectors to foster debate and innovative thinking that will lead to sustainable urban growth in the years to come. In order to help fast-track this sustainable development, the initiative also features two other pillars. The FIA Smart Cities Award invites host cities to share a project that has contributed to the development of sustainable mobility through innovative policies and/or service, while the FIA Smart Cities Global Start-Up Contest seeks to identify and invest in innovative technology companies focused on technologies that advance safe and sustainable mobility solutions in cities.

FORUM High level conference on the future of mobility in cities gathering private and public sectors’ stakeholders ahead of FIA Formula E rounds

GLOBAL START‑UP CONTEST Global contest to support visionary entrepreneurs who foster innovation in urban mobility

AWARD Distinction rewarding innovative city initiatives on urban mobility





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Private Sector 40%

Governmental Agencies 48%

Santiago de Chile Rome Zurich

DISTRIBUTION PER AREA OF EXPERTISE Entrepreneurs, Small Scale Industry, Private Equity Investors, Venture Capitalists 12% Urban planning & Real Estate 4%

Banking, Finance and Insurance Service 18% Telecom & High-End Technology 17%

Automotive & Mobility 30% Bilateral and Multilateral Agencies, NGOs, Not for profit 12%


Manufacturing & Industry 5% Energy & Utilities 4%

Marketing & Communication, Media (other than accredited media) 10%




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> Founders > Drivers > Teams



> Centro Mario Molina > MIT Senseable Lab > Sciences Po Paris






ssociation of IOC Recognised International Sport Federation A Centre of Excellence for Energy and Environment (SAFE) Connect4Climate Programme FIA Foundation German Marshall Fund International Transport Forum New Cities Foundation Polis Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation United Nations Environment Programme



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> Head of State > Mayors > Elected representatives from local transport jurisdictions and mobility departments



> Acronis > Mercedes-Benz Switzerland > PTV Group


Formule E ABB Enel JCDecaux Julius Bär Michelin

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Catania Lisbon Mexico City Rome Santiago de Chile Seville Zurich




Rewarding Innovation and Disruption The FIA Smart Cities Global Start-Up Contest is an innovative opportunity for high-tech start-ups in early and extension stages with international growth ambitions to interact with the broader FIA network. Established to identify, support, and invest in the world’s most innovative and impactful companies operating within the Smart Cities ecosystem, the contest aims to drive development of technologies that advance safe and sustainable mobility solutions in cities. At each FIA Smart Cities Forum, three shortlisted entrepreneurs pitch their business ideas during the Forum, with the eventual winner being selected by a jury of highlevel judges. The FIA Smart Cities Global Start-Up Contest welcomes entries from across the world of new technology, with a particular focus on the Internet of Things, autonomous driving and mobility, smart infrastructure, big data and artificial intelligence, the sharing economy, and digital services.

... DRIVING CHANGE IN 3 KEY AREAS OF MOBILITY > Efficient data collection and use > Shared clean mobility solutions > Diversification of transport solutions


THE FIA SMART CITIES AWARD Helping to Keep Cities Moving Increasingly urban, increasingly connected, ever more mobile – as the growth of cities expands exponentially, planners are becoming more and more creative, inventive and innovative in the solutions they bring to the issue of safe, efficient, intelligent and integrated mobility. All too often, however, the positive results achieved by individual programmes remain a success story known only to those at work in the city itself. However, in a bid to bring the very best mobility solutions to light on a more global stage and to spread knowledge, in 2017 the FIA developed the FIA Smart Cities Award to recognise innovative, high-tech, ‘smart’ solutions to urban mobility problems. The Award invites authorities from cities hosting rounds of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship to detail the unique mobility challenges they face and to put forward one policy that represents an innovative solution to their city’s transporation problems, from improved organisation and greater efficiency, and from investment in public transport infrastructure to more integrated systems that keep traffic moving. The initiatives, which must be deemed capable of bringing about qualitative change, are assessed by a panel of experts, with a single innnovative programme being chosen for overall recognition. .







ON-TRACK EXPERIENCE AND EXCLUSIVE ACCESS On the Fast Track to the Future Key to the FIA Smart Cities initiative is the platform provided by the ABB FIA Formula E Championship. Held in the heart of major cities around the world, the cutting-edge racing series brings electric mobility’s transformative potential into sharp focus. At each FIA Smart Cities Forum, participants are afforded a behind-the-scenes view of the championship to see how motor sport acts as a hothouse for technological breakthroughs and how the sport is driving innovation in road car development. As part of this experience, FIA Smart Cities attendees have the opportunity to take part in track tours, gain exclusive access to team garages, watch the Formula E Shakedown, and visit the enthralling E-Village entertainment area.





Santiago has made a real shift towards more sustainable urban development. Our goal is to make mobility systems cleaner, more innovative and more inclusive. Claudio Orrego, Governor of the Metropolitan Region of Santiago


TOWARDS CLEAN AND PROSPEROUS URBANISATION As migration towards cities continues and urban centres increasingly become the engines that drive economic success, understanding the role that mobility plays in keeping that engine moving is one of the major challenges facing cities around the world. As such, February 2018’s FIA Smart Cities Forum in the bustling city of Santiago de Chile centred on the theme of clean mobility for a strong economy. An early pioneer of Smart Cities principles, the Chilean capital was a fitting location for the launch of the FIA Smart Cities Season 2. Rapid growth in both population and urban density in the latter decades of the 20th century led to a severe decline in air quality, and by the 1990s Santiago had begun to implement user-focused policies and expanded its public transport infrastructure with the measurable improvement in the environment.


hubs and moves towards connecting users to transit databases through a range of smartphone apps. The Santiago Forum explored a variety of topics, including an opening presentation on the Decarbonisation of Transport in which Secretary General of the International Transport Forum Dr Young Tae Kim underlined the power of private partnerships saying: “The private sector is advancing the use of technological innovation such as the performance of batteries for electric mobility. At the same time the government is in a good position to nurture the marked with the electrification of its own vehicle fleets.” Acting Manager of the Connect4Climate Programme Max T. Edkins also shared his vision on the mobilisation of actors around the climate-smart technologies.

The Forum began with remarks on the subject of future urban mobility systems in Latin America from dignitaries such as FIA President Jean Todt, Chief Mayor of Santiago de Chile Claudio Orrego, Mayor of Seville Juan Espadas Cejas, President of the Automóvil Club de Chile Alejandro Quintana Hurtado, and CEO of Formula E Holdings Alejandro Agag.

The topic was discussed further in a panel discussion focused on unlocking the benefits of clean transport that featured CEO of the New Cities Foundation John Rossant, Climate Change Coordinator at UNEP Gustavo Manez, Laura Ballesteros, Undersecretary for Mobility of Mexico City at the time, Director of the Centro Mario Molina Gianni López Ramirez, and General Manager of Enel Chile Nicola Cotugno.

In particular, Governor Orrego highlighted the steps taken in Santiago, pointing to the city’s implementation of an e-mobility strategy as evidence of progress. The strategy focuses on the integration of electric power into the public transportation system, the activation of multimodal transport

Also on the agenda at the Forum was the opportunity presented by the new sharing economy, with ride-sharing services, drone deliveries, and city bike schemes all pointed to as disruptor solutions currently helping to ease traffic management issues.

FIA Smart Cities offers a platform for an inclusive and open discussion about all types of mobility issues between experts from different sectors and various backgrounds: from multilateral organisations to city leaders and young entrepreneurs. Jean Todt, FIA President

Innovations are a vehicle to promote the Sustainability Revolution and a means to advance climate-smart technologies, including electric mobility and low‑carbon infrastructure. Max T. Edkins, Acting Manager of the Connect4Climate Programme


WINNER IN SANTIAGO DE CHILE: KAPPO BIKE During a dynamic session of the FIA Smart Cities Forum in Santiago, the winner of the Chilean capital’s edition of the FIA Smart Cities Global Start-Up Contest was KAPPO Bike, a mobile social game designed to encourage bicycle use.

PROJECT KAPPO Bike is a platform that helps cities increase the urban bicycle usage worldwide through game playing and safety navigation for citizens.

IMPACT ON SMART CITIES KAPPO Bike transforms bicycle trips into games, and uses social gaming to encourage users to ride their bikes. The game interface also provides user data that can be used to improve safety and urban planning.

CONTEXT KAPPO Bike is in discussions with cities around the world to improve bicycle use. As a platform with multiple public health applications, cities in England, Austria, and Chile are looking to KAPPO Bike to help improve air quality and road safety, while also tackling rising obesity.

STRENGTHS Before launching the platform, KAPPO Bike had secured a collaboration agreement with Aarhus, the second-largest municipality in Denmark. Further government collaborations have followed, and in 2015 the United Nations called KAPPO Bike one of the top 10 most promising global innovations. The platform’s rapid growth has generated significant user data around the world.


Our vision is to have a world where most of you feel motivated to use a bike every morning, feel safe while using it and get home safely at the end of the day. Iván Páez Mora, Founder of KAPPO Bike





We are designing the town of the future, favouring interconnected mobility with low environmental impact works. Rome must be competitive and is ready to take up the challenge. The aim is to place the citizens and their needs right at the centre of the project. Virginia Raggi, Mayor of Rome


CITY OF ETERNAL DEVELOPMENT Rome is a city both modern and ancient, a conurbation home to countless historic monuments but also almost 3 million residents. The ever-expanding eternal city, which has one of the highest levels of motorisation in Europe, thus faces significant transportation challenges, which the city hopes to manage through the recent launch of a 10-year Sustainable Mobility Plan aimed at improving road performance management through congestion charging, urban planning, and infrastructure assessment. The Italian capital’s goal is efficient, inclusive, and environmentally friendly mobility for all, and by joining the FIA Smart Cities initiative, the eternal city has tapped into a global network of experts in digitalisation, connectivity, and clean energy solutions. In April, Rome played host to the 5th FIA Smart Cities Forum. The event gave participants the opportunity to address a variety of topics, including the scope of policies and actions under the Sustainable Mobility Urban Plan, state-of-the-art smart urban mobility innovations related to infrastructure and traffic management, the role of new motor sport technologies in advancing sustainable urban development, and the key importance of partnership and cooperation to allow the deployment of large-scale innovative solutions. Concrete examples of these important topics were given by two keynote speakers Director of the MIT Senseable City


Lab Carlo Ratti and Executive Director of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation Olivier Wenden who talked about how innovation can be a driver of intelligent and sustainable mobility infrastructure. Panel discussions ranged from innovations and tools to the importance of policy and advocacy in urban transformation, with speakers coming from the worlds of local and national government, global business, and the world of motor sport. Included in the list of prominent panellists were FIA President Jean Todt, Mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi, President of the Automobile Club d’Italia and FIA Vice-President for Sport Angelo Sticchi Damiani, Mayor of Catania and Chairman of National Council ANCI Enzo Bianco, CEO of Formula E Holdings Alejandro Agag, President of ARISF and Chairman of the Centre of Excellence for Energy and Environment (SAFE) Raffaele Chiulli, and Lisbon Deputy Mayor for Mobility Miguel Caspar. All of whom took part in discussions on innovation in urban mobility. They proposed solutions to challenges including congestion, pollution, lack of mobility choices and poor safety measures. Among the mitigating measures suggested were changing user habits through the implementation of evidence-based regulations and increased knowledge-sharing among stakeholders.

Motorists are aware that their city’s quality of life strongly depends on the quality of its mobility services. I firmly believe that their willingness to change their habits should be encouraged with appropriate programmes, continuous and clearly structured information, connectivity services and real time info-mobility. Angelo Sticchi Damiani, ACI President and FIA Vice-President for Sport

Cities have a key role in the decarbonisation of mobility, but we will only succeed if we create a strong ecosystem of partners with common values and willing to lead the change by sharing data and process within smart cities. Miguel Gaspar, Deputy Mayor for Mobility City of Lisbon


WINNER IN ROME: SCUTER Rome’s FIA Smart Cities Global Start-Up Contest was won by vehicle sharing company Scuter, which focuses on the provision of city-friendly three-wheeled electric scooters.

PROJECT Scuter is an organisation offering mobility solutions based on an innovative three-wheeler ultralight electric vehicle designed just for sharing.

IMPACT ON SMART CITIES Based on the creation of an affordable and sustainable electric public vehicle sharing network for use in cities, Scuter supplies a fleet of three-wheeled scooters and the necessary software platforms and charging docks so that cities can franchise an affordable and green mode of individual public transport.

CONTEXT The platform features a global community, allowing users to choose threewheeled electric scooters in participating cities around the world. With an app that also offers users the option of tourist guides and local information, Scuter is building a 21st century community of electric vehicle users that offers a sustainable alternative to private transport.

STRENGTHS With global reach, Scuter provides its franchisees with the hardware, software, and support essential to get city dwellers from door to door as safely, cost‑efficiently, and environmentally friendly as possible. Scuter franchisees are free to brand their fleets, encouraging corporate sponsorship as well as local authority support.


Scuter is based on a vehicle that is very innovative. We designed it thinking about the people. It didn’t have to be beautiful, trendy, it had to be solid and easy to drive. Gabriele Carbucicchio, Co-founder & CEO of Scuter

DEFINING THE PATH TO SUSTAINABILITY In addition to a fascinating programme of scheduled presentations and debates, Rome’s FIA Smart Cities event also featured an extra highlight following the city’s first Formula E race, in the shape of a final high-level discussion on the importance of sustainable mobility featuring FIA President Jean Todt, CEO of Formula E Holdings Alejandro Agag, and HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco. Speaking about the impact of climate change on cities, Prince Albert reminded the audience of the main goals of his Foundation, which in 2006 was created to advance environmental protection and promote sustainable development. The discussion later turned to the crucial issue of road safety in cities, where levels of interaction between vehicles and vulnerable road users such as pedestrians and cyclists are high. “Our cities are not only centres of economic growth and integration, they are also places where people should be able to move in a safe, efficient and sustainable manner,” said FIA President Jean Todt. “By working hand-in-hand with ambitious political leaders and local communities, we can create a new reality in which every road user feels safe and comfortable in every corner of constantly growing urban areas.”




The FIA Smart Cities Forum is the perfect complement for the Formula E weekend. Pollution in cities — which is becoming a dramatic problem — traffic, crashes, all this can be solved by applying new technologies, by having Smart Cities. So, the future of this Forum is only to become more and more relevant. Alejandro Agag, CEO of Formula E Holdings

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THE URBANISATION OF INFORMATION As Formula E brought circuit racing back to Switzerland for the first time in more than 64 years, the city of Zurich not only embraced the future of motor sport but also mobility as it hosted the final FIA Smart Cities Forum of Season 2. And with data and data management central to both motor sport and to the wider world of transport planning and urban development and transport planning, the Zurich edition of the Forum was based around the theme of ‘Smart Data to Share the Cities of Tomorrow’. The Forum was opened by Alejandro Agag, CEO of Formula E Holdings and the Touring Club Suisse President Peter Goetschi who spoke passionately about the application of technology in sustainable mobility and the importance of changing public behaviour. “Raising awareness and demonstrating the benefits of new mobility solutions must be a shared goal for cities,” he said. The Zurich Forum addressed a variety of topics including: data collection, optimisation and management with experiences from Europe and abroad; best practices of evidence-based policy-making in transport; data-sharing: the art of public-private collaboration; and smart data for scaling up innovative mobility solutions. The smart data theme featured in a variety of presentations


and discussions, with two keynote speakers, Resident Fellow of the Urban and Regional Policy Program of the German Marshall Fund David Zipper and Polis Secretary General Karen Vancluysen, examining efficient policy-making, the optimisation of data flows to enhance public-private cooperation, and the use of data in pursuit of efficient policy-making. In addition, the event featured a special presentation on the United Nations’ work on sustainable innovation by Nathan Borgford-Parnell, Science Affairs Officer at the Climate and Clean Air Coalition of the United Nations Environment Programme. The event’s panel discussion saw experts from the world of big data explore solutions for unlocking the digital future of Smart Cities, with the panellists concluding that real-time data collected by private mobility operators represent a unique tool that public authorities should have access to in order to define demand-driven mobility policies. The panel also looked at the changing landscape of data collection and management, with Philippe Crist from the ITF saying: “There is a shift from the public sector, that used to have a lot of data, to the private sector, that now generates a lot of data. How to create a trusted exchange of information between the public and the private sectors is going to be a key challenge for governments around the world.”

Raising awareness and demonstrating the benefits of new mobility solutions must be a shared goal for cities and key mobility stakeholders. Peter Goetschi, President of the Touring Club Suisse

Data architecture should be accurately designed and enforced to ensure that new mobility services meet user demand. David Zipper, Resident Fellow of the Urban and Regional Policy Program of the German Marshall Fund


WINNER IN ZURICH: PARQUERY The final FIA Smart Cities Global Start-Up Contest winner of the season was presented to tech-based parking monitoring firm Parquery.

PROJECT Parquery is a scalable real-time smart parking solution aimed at helping monitor the use and availability of parking spaces using CCTV cameras and computer vision software.

IMPACT ON SMART CITIES Parquery can be used by city administrations to increase parking efficiency, with a single camera able to simultaneously monitor up to 300 parking spaces. Using the Internet of Things, Parquery monitors real-time use of parking spots, providing road users with up-to-date information on parking availability.

CONTEXT The firm has partners on three continents, with links to government and to key transport infrastructure supplies across Europe and North and South America.

STRENGTHS Fully scalable, from only one camera to city-wide networks, Parquery requires limited hardware investment, can be applied to existing CCTV networks to reduce installation costs, and can be used to generate revenues from illegal parking enforcement. The data generated can also be used to plan and manage congestion and occupancy.

One of the keys of Smart Cities is Data. The idea is to rely on existing infrastructure — all the cameras that are already there — to be able to deliver data in an easy way so that they can be used both by the cities for better management and by the citizens for a better quality of life, for instance allowing them to spend less time in their cars looking for a parking spot. Andrea Fossati, CEO of Parquery



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The winner of the Season 2 FIA Smart Cities Award was Chilean capital Santiago de Chile, which was awarded top honours for its Plan Integral de Santiago, an agenda for improving sustainable mobility throughout the city, while better organising public spaces to accommodate all road users. The Plan Integral, which was launched in 2013, is an ongoing effort that has so far seen the redevelopment of existing pedestrian urban infrastructure, the development of hundreds of kilometres of dedicated cycle lanes, the introduction of city-wide dockless bike schemes, and the introduction of electric buses on the streets of the capital. Designed to improve the quality of life in Santiago, a city once notorious for heavy pollution and chronic traffic jams, the municipal centre’s new intermodal transport system sees motorised and non-motorised forms of transport operating effectively in public spaces free from congestion and pollution. Several key transit arteries in and around the city centre have been dedicated solely to public transport use, clearing traffic and improving daily life for residents and visitors alike.


MAIN TARGETS OF THE PLAN INTEGRAL > 346 km of bicycle lanes > 7 new parking areas > 12 exclusive corridors prioritised for public transport > 13 bus-only streets > 200 electric buses on city streets

Smartly Integrated Santiago The city of Santiago was presented with the Season 2 FIA Smart Cities Award at the 2018 FIA Mobility Conference in Montevideo, Uruguay. Chosen from among innovative projects implemented by the 10 cities hosting a round of the fourth season of Formula E, the Plan Integral de Santiago is an intermodal system of transport where non-motorised means of transport are complementary to traditional ones, helping to reduce pollution, congestion, and the lack of public space. Announced by FIA President Jean Todt, the Award was collected by Soledad Perez, Head of Public Security and Order of Santiago de Chile. The presentation of the Award was preceded by a final FIA Smart Cities discussion on the theme of “Smart Mobility in Cities of the Future”, hosted by FIA President Jean Todt and FIA Environment and Sustainability Commission President and Former President of Mexico Felipe Calderón. Panellists included Mayor of Montevideo Daniel Martínez, Uruguay’s Minister of Industries, Energy and Mining Carolina Cosse Garrido, President of UTE Uruguay, President of the Automóvil Club del Uruguay and FIA Region IV President Jorge Tomasi Crisci.

We are very proud to receive this award on behalf of Santiago de Chile, and I’m pleased to be representing the Head of the Regional Government of Santiago. Our country is working hard on sustainable mobility; we want to develop alongside other leading countries. We were very proud to host Formula E in February of this year, and we hope to be able to welcome the championship again in the future. Soledad Perez, Head of Public Security and Order of Santiago de Chile

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FIA SMART CITIES PARTNERS The ABB FIA Formula E Championship is the electric street racing series and the world’s first fully-electric international single-seater category in motor sport. Formula E brings intense and unpredictable racing to some of the world’s most recognisable and progressive cities. The concept of Formula E is to act as a platform to test and develop road-relevant technologies, helping refine the design and functionality of components and infrastructure — actively speeding up the transition and uptake of electric vehicles on a global scale. As a global leader in e-mobility solutions ABB chose to support FIA Smart Cities with the aim of contributing to the dialogue on sustainable urban mobility. ABB shares its extensive experience in digitalisation in transportation & infrastructure to drive innovative technology development and encourage FIA Smart Cities stakeholders to work collaboratively towards a sustainable future. The ABB FIA Formula E Championship’s Official Power Partner, ENEL was a pioneer partner of the FIA Smart Cities initiative with the aim of creating aan inter-sectorial platform for best practice sharing on energy, innovation, connectivity and smart urban services. JCDecaux, the number one outdoor advertising company worldwide, is the leader in digital out of home and a major player in the development of smart cities. Thanks to the expertise of its employees, JCDecaux provides innovative offers with more sustainable, friendly and comfortable cities. By putting data excellence at the heart of its business, the Group is already helping to build the connected cities of tomorrow. The leading Swiss private banking group is the founding Global Partner of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship and is also a pioneering partner of the FIA Smart Cities initiative. Julius Baer’s Next Generation philosophy revolves around an exploration of the global megatrends set to affect our lives in years to come, one of which is the future of mobility. By working closely with the FIA, Julius Baer supports the development of alternative mobility solutions.

Michelin promotes sustainable mobility for everyone not only through its products and services but also through the think and do tank “Mobility Open Lab” and its international event “Movin’on”, the annual coming together in the global mobility eco-system, and other events as FIA Smart Cities.



MEXICO CITY February 2019

HONG KONG March 2019

ROME April 2019

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