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How innovative technologies can accelerate implementation

In just a few short years, will we still need a driver’s or a pilot’s licence? Will these professions still exist? At Movin’On, we tackle these big questions.

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Combining forces to move forward: the new multimodal society

What if the same old transit routine was a thing of the past?

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Decarbonization and air quality

Here are a few ideas to get the conversation started about our subject of interest : Decarbonization and air quality.

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Our theme for 2018: Bringing global, smart, sustainable and multimodal mobility to life

Our big theme, this year, is ‘’Bringing global, smart, sustainable and multimodal mobility to life.’’ An ambitious goal, isn’t it?

Movin’On 2018 : Bringing global, smart, sustainable and multimodal mobility to life

From May 30th to June 1st, 2018, come and meet those who acts for a new mobility. This year, the overall theme is “Bringing global, smart, sustainable and multimodal mobility to life”. Within this, six new subject areas will fuel the discussions, aiming to move from ambition to action.

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It’s time to get your 2018 pass

Good news! Tickets for Movin’On by Michelin, the global summit on sustainable mobility to be held in Montréal, Canada, from May 30 to June 1 2018, are now on sale.

A green-certified conference

When organizing a global summit on sustainable mobility, it’s essential to ensure that the event stays true to its theme: that is, sustainable and green.

Ladies and gentlemen: The Movin’On 2017 Minutes

2 and a half days, 79 speakers, 5 labs, 49 workshops and masterclasses, 21 futuristic vehicles and 5,223 hours of collaboration between 4,000 participants… Numbers that speak volumes!

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Save the date for Movin’On 2018

The dates have been set, Michelin’s flagship event on sustainable mobility will be back in Montréal from May 30th to June 1st 2018.

The Best of Movin’On 2017

Everyone remembers their first time. And this initial collaboration between Michelin and C2 is no exception.