Clare Jones CCO What3words, speaking at Electronomous 2019
Clare Jones, CCO What3words, speaking at Electronomous 2019

International high profile start-ups and mobility companies will showcase their latest technological advancements at Electronomous 2020, which takes place between May 21-22 at Weston Airport in Dublin.

The summit sees speakers such as Dell Technologies, Group Renault, BMW Group, Roborace and The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, discuss advancements in automotive AI, autonomy, and electrification in the car and mobility sectors.

Visitors to the conference will be the first to learn the about the latest technologies and trends within this new era of mobility. Delegates will meet mobility disruptors and automotive giants from the tech world and learn how collaboration within all these
spaces will drive a pathway for connected cars, autonomous vehicles and alternative powered trains and micro-mobility with the smart city.

Keith Whelan, Event Director at Electronomous, said:

“The growing eco-system of companies forging a pathway within the tech, automotive and mobility space in Ireland might be surprising to some but there are many Irish companies doing business with some of the world’s biggest OEM’s and mobility shapeshifters. To have many of these International companies attending, speaking and exhibiting at the event presents a real opportunity to gain some facetime in order to talk about their company or showcase their technology.”

Sara Hill, SVP Advanced Technologies at Enterprise Ireland – San Francisco, said:

“Enterprise Ireland is excited to support this event, which showcases the future of mobility and innovations from globally-leading companies. Ireland is in a unique position to excel in the connected and autonomous vehicle sector, through a diverse cluster of companies, universities and research centres offering technical, industrial and engineering expertise and solutions. In 2019, we had more than 20 Irish companies in attendance at the conference and welcomed international delegates and
industry experts from Silicon Valley, Germany and Dubai.”

The two-day event is well established among global organisations and speakers, with previous sessions led by Hollywood actor and racing driver Michael Fassbender. Meanwhile, The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Dell
Technologies, Deloitte, Groupe Renault, BMW Group, Lime Micromobility, Tecnalia Electric Aircraft Lab and Autonomous race series Roborace are among those already confirmed to attend the summit this year.

Bryn Balcombe, Chief Strategy Officer at Roborace and founder of the Autonomous Drivers Alliance (ADA), said:

“Electronomous is bringing together companies at the cutting edge of mobility technology and Roborace, the World’s first autonomous racing competition, is looking forward to be a part of that conversation.”

For 2020, MobilityX returns as a key partner, bringing with them a whole host of delegates and speakers from Silicon Valley to join Electronomous on the main stage.

In addition, there will be networking sessions and tech talks by founders and CEOs.

The Roborace robocar
The Roborace robocar