Our purpose

Bringing sustainable autonomous mobility to Switzerland

Projects

Over 24 Autonomous Vehicles across Switzerland.
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Autonomous mobility

Autonomous vehicles will fundamentally change mobility as we know it today.

The mission of the Swiss Association for Autonomous Mobility (SAAM) is to enable the introduction of new technologies and offerings in Switzerland for the common good.

Regulation

SAAM provides a platform to develop guiding principles and regulations around the safe and publicly acceptable introduction of autonomous vehicles.

Social Acceptance

SAAM proves how autonomous vehicles can be sustainably implemented while maintaining public acceptance.

 
 

Technology

SAAM explores best technological practices for Swiss conditions and actively works to attract technology companies for state-of-the-art projects in Switzerland.

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What drives us

Here are some reviews from key mobility stake holders and from members of SAAM.

Stefano Longo
Embotech
Head of Automotive
"As a Swiss company working on autonomous mobility, we are extremely grateful that SAAM exists. This is our opportunity to shape the driving automation roadmaps of our home country, bringing back the knowledge we have acquired from many years working with international customers and innovators."
Stefano Longo
Embotech
Head of Automotive
Marc Chatelain
Geneva public transport
COO
"Together with the uprising of new forms of propulsion (electric), the wide spreading of smartphones and with the development of new priorities among the population (less owned property, more sharing, environmental issues, etc), mobility will be revolutionized in the coming 15 years. Autonomous vehicles will play a major role in this evolution."
Marc Chatelain
Geneva public transport
COO
Dominique Scheller
PostAuto
Head of Development and Innovation
"Autonomous mobility makes last-mile access and remote regions economically feasible."
Dominique Scheller
PostAuto
Head of Development and Innovation
Emilio Frazzoli
ETH Zurich
Professor of Dynamic Systems and Control
"The main challenge and opportunity in Switzerland is developing the necessary policies and regulations so that autonomous mobility can be integrated with the current mass transit and public transportation options, with a demonstrable positive impact on society, economy, and environment. "
Emilio Frazzoli
ETH Zurich
Professor of Dynamic Systems and Control
Marco Fuster
BERNMOBIL
Head of Corporate Development
"Automated driving enables society to make its mobility more efficient, safer and more ecological."
Marco Fuster
BERNMOBIL
Head of Corporate Development

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