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It’s that time of the year again: the XPONENTIAL 2023 call for presentations is now open! Join us in Denver as we're drawing up a blueprint to fully operationalize and integrate uncrewed systems.



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From energy to transportation, construction to defense, and medicine to agriculture, XPONENTIAL is the place to share ideas, navigate changing policies, experience new innovations, and strike up new partnerships.

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Submit Certificate of Insurance Deadline: April 1, 2022
Submit Exhibitor Appointed Contractor Authorization Deadline: April 1, 2022
SAVE THE DATE: XPONENTIAL 2023 Exhibit Space Rebook will take place on April 25 onsite in Orlando.
Deadline to submit your application is Friday, April 1, 2022. When you select during rebook, you will have until Friday, May 13, 2022 to cancel without any penalty. For complete details or to submit your application, click here
May 8 – 11, 2023
Colorado Convention Center
Did you miss the Know Before You Go zoom call, do not worry, download the slide deck here or watch the recording here (use password auvsikbyf).



Monday, April 25 | 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM ET
Tuesday, April 26 | 10:30 AM – 1:00 PM ET

The Automated Goods Movement Summit will tackle critical questions central to the continued safe deployment of commercial automated vehicle technologies specifically designed to move goods. Panel discussions will focus on cross-cutting issues such as public perception of ADS, productive workforce development initiatives, women in tech, and timely updates from federal agencies including the NTSB, NHTSA, and FMCSA. Complementing the discussions will be an indoor/outdoor technology demonstration area designed to facilitate continued conversations next to and within the tech itself.


  • Early Bird Pricing: Members — $109 | Non-Members — $139
    • Early Bird pricing good through March 7, 2022
  • Standard Pricing: Members — $139 | Non-Members — $169​
  • Registration Includes:
    • XPO Hall Pass
    • Monday Lunch
    • Refreshments
  • See step-by-step registration instructions >>
    • PLEASE NOTE: To register ONLY for Automated Goods Movement Summit, choose "Co-located Events ONLY" under "Registration Options + Fees" on the online registration form


Monday, April 25

What is a Law Enforcement Interaction Plan?

This panel will walk the audience through what an LEIP is, and how it differs from a Law Enforcement Protocol (LEP). Speakers will describe how the law enforcement and AV industries came together on this idea, and how the framework can be and is implemented at all levels of government.

When Does a Vehicle Become the Driver?

Panelists will tackle the question of jurisdiction around how to treat an autonomy stack when it functions as a driver – does the state government regulate or their federal counterparts, and what is the benchmark standard?

What Does the Commercialization of Automated Trucking Look Like? - Part 1

This panel will paint the picture for attendees of how the widescale deployment of automated trucks will affect the entire domestic supply chain ecosystem – Tier 1’s, small to large trucking companies, suppliers, and more.

An Agreeable Argument: Aligning Around Safety Cases

This panel will share how a UL 4600-based safety case and accompanying safety performance indicators can help the AV industry and stakeholders coalesce around a consistent framework to define, measure, and communicate AV safety.

Kiwibot Takes the Stage!


Academic Community Updates

This panel will feature cutting-edge research, academic thought leaders, and further enroll academia as third-party industry validators.

Building the AV Workforce

Panelists will discuss making tangible steps forward on how industry can partner with government and academia to continue to proactively upskill and/or retrain workers.

What Does the Commercialization of Automated Trucking Look Like? - Part 2

Continuing the conversation from the preceding commercialization discussion, panelists will continue to highlight how different parts of the supply chain will be impacted by the integration of automated freight.

Work Zone Data Exchange Deep Dive

This conversation will highlight all that is already being done out of the limelight to advance widescale deployment and identify areas in need of research and collaboration.

Tuesday, April 26

Industry Ecosystem Partnerships

This panel will highlight unique and promising partnerships between automated goods movement developers and clients/end-users/technology enablers.

How Do State Governments Approach AVs?

This conversation will outline how different representatives of state government – legislators, DOTs, and the Governor’s office – approach the testing and deployment of automated vehicles and particularly automated freight.

Regulatory Forecast with the FMCSA

This conversation will provide a direct forum with federal safety regulators considering recent regulatory action and projected action to come.

Schedule, speakers, and times are TBD.