May 14 to 17 2020
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Call for contribution

In only two editions (2018 and 2019), inOut has established itself as a major meeting point for experts, professionals, influencers and academics from the wider mobility ecosystem.

Encouraged by the positive feedback received, and eager to continue providing relevant, intriguing and controversial content in our 2020 edition, we have decided to launch this call for papers.

We want to explore the key topics of inOut2020 with YOU

With this in mind, it is only logical that we wish encourage mobility and innovation experts from everywhere to join our inOut community and enlarged ecosystem.

Through the below call for paper, we seek to gather new ideas and fresh topics – topics that you’d like to see on the agenda and debated on-site, new perspectives and controversial point of views.

Types of contribution

The call for papers is open to all types of speakers & proposals (industry, academics, institutions, public authorities, associations) able to provide an expert or innovative point of view on tomorrow’s mobility. Our objective is to demonstrate the power and breadth of a connected ecosystem.

Please note that we are also open to discuss and implement new workshop formats, so please do not limit your proposals to the “classical” keynote and workshop sessions.

To provide you a better idea on topics and perspectives taken in our 2019 edition of inOut, you can download our white paper:
7 keys to decrypt mobility: inOut 2019, the white paper

Please find herebelow the key themes our committee of experts has pre-selected:

• Mobility & health (mobile health, e-health, mobility of patients, mobility and wellbeing, how evolving mobility solutions can impact our health…)
• Mid-sized/suburban cities and mobility (links towards metropoles, liaisons between suburban cities, on-demand transportation, car- and ridesharing opportunities specifically replying to their requirements…)
• The new competences that will drive tomorrow’s mobility (job evolution, evolving requirements and expertise, gender inclusion…)
• Urban logistics (multi/intermodal, the last km…)
• Data and Mobility – open and protected (IA, cyber security, open data, protection of private life…)
• Mobilité dans la Ville de demain (urbanisme, nouveaux espaces, reconfiguration dynamique, ville sans voiture, circulation en 3D, santé, climat…)
• Public transportation / Mass transportation (shared mobility, multi-modal, Mobility as a Service…)
• Sustainable mobility (recycling, renewable and alternative energies, quality of air, climate change…)
• Autonomous vehicles (technologies of automation and communication ; zoom on various use cases : service cars, personal vehicles, shared mobility; infrastructure requirements, regulation…)
• Inclusive mobility – mobility for all (mobility for the “immobile”, closing the gap – rather than widening it, geographical and social inclusion, gender-adequate mobility, mobility for disabled citizens…)
• Rush hour (absorption of traffic peaks, how to orchestrate a better distribution of mobility requirements, optimization of infrastructure through smoother peaks…)
• How to stimulate mobility innovation (innovation & experimentation, ecosystems, cooperation between public and private actors, local authorities, GAFAM…)

Call for contribution is now closed

Thank you all for your suggestions. See you on May 14 & 15 in Rennes at the Couvent des Jacobins to attend our conferences on the theme of mobility.

Any questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us:

inOut2020: 14 – 17 May 2020

The inOut organisation team