French Institute of public/private Research and Training dedicated to sustainable mobility: ecological, autonomous and shared
The NAVETTY pilot project is autonomous shuttle service locatedon a site representative of a real urban area. Launched in May 2021, it will switch to a service with no on-board operator in 2022. A three-year demonstration called NAVETTY is starting on the ArianeGroup...read more
E-mobility: a successfull demonstration of the Certificate Trust List for Plug & Charge interoperability
The Certificate Trust List has been demonstrated on the 2nd of June 2021 as a technical solution for ISO 15118 Plug and Charge interoperability. The objective is to simplify the user experience wherever he is and guarantee the interoperability between any vehicle and...read more
Mobena harmonizes the deployment of new services for EV charging May 17, 2021. The Mobena initiative was created in July 2020 by the main French professional organizations representing the electromobility ecosystem in the French market. The goal is to simplify the...read more
l’Institut pour la Ville en Mouvement (the City on the Move Institute) is an action research space dedicated to transforming lifestyles and urban mobility in Europe and worldwide.
In a context where mobility issues are critical, its cross-cutting, diverse and international approach contributes to social, scientific and cultural innovation.
“Mobility is not just about transport, it is also a societal issue. We need to look at all of society in order to innovate.”
VEDECOM Tech, a commercial subsidiary of VEDECOM, provides innovative products and services that demonstrate VEDECOM’s expertise and technological foundations in order to make sustainable mobility a reality: autonomous vehicles, mobility services, on-board and off-board systems, electric machines, component testing, expertise, studies and simulations.
The Training program is the fruit of VEDECOM’s expertise and savoir faire, covering vehicle electrification and charging, driving delegation and connectivity, as well new mobility services and uses.
From raising awareness to imparting knowledge, the training programme is based on innovative teaching methods including on-track and workshop practical activities, blended learning, serious games, etc.