VEDECOM Tech is launching M’OBS, the first rating agency for new mobility solutions in France

VEDECOM Tech, a trading subsidiary of VEDECOM, is launching M’OBS, France’s first rating agency for new mobility solutions. Its goal is to enable stakeholders in the mobility sector to have a clearer overview of the wealth of new solutions and offers available including car-pooling, car-sharing, micro-mobility, self-service vehicles, etc. This clarity will be particularly useful as the lockdown ends, when users will find a changed and disrupted new mobility ecosystem awaiting them.

To update their assessments, the M’OBS teams are examining the consequences of the crisis on participants in the new mobility industry.

In the meantime, M’OBS has unveiled its first study carried out before the health crisis began: a ground-breaking ranking of mobility operators worldwide focusing on three categories: the top mobility applications, the best prices proposed by shared mobility operators and innovative practices to manage the parking of bicycles and scooters. In doing so, the selected solutions have been allocated scores based on an evaluation method which takes account of economic performance and the user experience.

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M’OBS came about when we noticed that there was a lack of information and benchmarks in the new mobility ecosystem. We aim to provide a 360° overview of existing national and international solutions. Each solution is assessed by the M’OBS team based on 46 analysis criteria. The objective is to help stakeholders in the mobility sector – including local authorities – to better understand both their environment and users’ expectations in order to identify the solutions best suited to their area stressed Stéphane Rabatel, Former CEO of VEDECOM Tech.

VEDECOM is launching Mobility Camp: the website dedicated to teaching new forms of mobility

VEDECOM is launching MOBILITY CAMP, the first website dedicated to teaching materials for new forms of mobility. With more than 100 topics for its launch (white papers, videos, training courses, conferences, e-learning, educational games, etc.), it provides the keys to better learning, understanding and experiencing of future forms of mobility which will be more autonomous, shared and ecological.
As part of its mission to disseminate knowledge, the Institut pour la Transition Energétique (Institute for Energy Transition) aims to promote the investigation and study of innovative and sustainable forms of mobility that are currently at the core of the major challenges that society is facing.
The unique MOBILITY CAMP system supports the many players in the mobility ecosystem (industrialists, infrastructure operators, local authorities and users) to achieve their objectives and develop their expertise.

The mobility sector is experiencing significant transformation in areas such as technologies, consumption, services and regulations. In addition to industrialists, who have specific training needs to help them deal with the emergence of new professions, a significant number of players are looking for information on new forms of mobility, both for business and personal use. MOBILITY CAMP aims to meet their expectations.

It is a collaborative website that brings together a wide array of materials (white papers, videos, training courses, conferences, e-learning, educational games, etc.) from all types of organisations and dedicated to all new forms of mobility such as urban or in sparsely populated areas, on demand, shared and connected.

The mobility sector is experiencing significant transformation in areas such as technologies, consumption, services and regulations. In addition to industrialists, who have specific training needs to help them deal with the emergence of new professions, a significant number of players are looking for information on new forms of mobility, both for business and personal use. MOBILITY CAMP aims to meet their expectations.

It is a collaborative website that brings together a wide array of materials (white papers, videos, training courses, conferences, e-learning, educational games, etc.) from all types of organisations and dedicated to all new forms of mobility such as urban or in sparsely populated areas, on demand, shared and connected.

MOBILITY CAMP is organised in 4 categories to meet its 4 objectives:

1. Get to know the world of new forms of mobility by using a wide range of information media. Examples:
MOOC: TOMORROW’S MOBILITY – Sustainable Technologies for the Automotive Sector (IFP SCHOOL)
White paper on the autonomous vehicle (INRIA – French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation)
Petit Campus: the train for tomorrow (Space science and society – IFFSTAR)

2. Experiment and try out the latest innovations: from prototype versions to tried and tested services, the site facilitates access to trials and demonstrations in order to give you a better understanding of new products and existing services:
SAM (security and acceptability of autonomous driving and mobility) trials
ITS Projects in Hamburg
Transport on demand – available by reservation throughout the Île-de-France region

3. Find out about the most suitable training courses, expert bodies and networks offering opportunities in the new areas of mobility, etc.
Télécom Evolution
VEDECOM Training
Blue2Bgreen

4. Find not-to-be-missed events and forums
Movin on’Summit
Viva technology
Salon des Elus et Décideurs des Territoires d’Ile de France (Conference for Elected Officials and Decision-makers of the Ile de France Region)

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For a clearer overview of the burgeoning world of new mobility solutions, the VEDECOM Institute is introducing M’OBS by VEDECOM Tech

Carpooling, carsharing, micromobility, apps, self-service equipment, etc. With the explosion in the range of new mobility solutions, it is becoming difficult for users to find their way. What are the different solutions? How relevant are they to a specific territory? How sustainable are they and what is their business model? Will they offer users an attractive and effective journey so that they soon become indispensable? To help the different ecosystem stakeholders to better understand their environment, VEDECOM presents the M’OBS by VEDECOM Tech solution, a new mobility solutions agency.

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Come along to discover the innovative VEDECOM mobility solutions at the Autonomy & The Urban Mobility Summit

Following its first time as exhibitor in 2018, the VEDECOM Institute is returning for the 4th Autonomy & The Urban Mobility Summit that will take place on 16th and 17th October 2019 at Grande Halle de La Villette, Paris. This year, the Institute for Energy Transition will have its stand in the “Shared Mobility” area, focusing on sustainable mobility and putting forward three offers to help industrial and private decision-makers set up the best adapted innovative mobility solutions.

The Autonomy & The Urban Mobility Summit: building bridges between innovative companies and decision-makers

Since 2015, the Autonomy & The Urban Mobility Summit, held annually in October in Paris, has attracted almost 8,000 professional visitors from around the world to meet participants and exhibitors seeking answers to mobility challenges. The event is organised around 6 sector-based themes: active mobility, electrification, autonomous vehicles, shared mobility, data and connectivity, and corporate mobility. The aim is to support the transition towards intelligent and sustainable mobility by building bridges between innovative companies that create mobility solutions adapted to contemporary challenges and those institutional and private decision-makers who have the ability to put these solutions in place. Over 40 conference speakers and 250 exhibitors from around the world, a 14,000 m² exhibition space and two test tracks, a programme of pitches for investors and regions and a platform for business meetings and networking, will be on offer for the visitors.

Mobilitips, Entropy and M’OBS: three offers supporting the implementation of new mobility solutions

At the heart of the “Shared Mobility” space, VEDECOM will present three offers designed to facilitate the implementation of new mobility solutions. With its new digital educational module on new Mobilitips mobilities, the Institute’s Training Programme offers an interactive glossary helping to explain often poorly identified concepts that arise from new mobility solutions. Quizzes and exhibition capsules as well as theme-based talks help to give the best idea of the projects and the environment relating to the emergence of new mobility services, supporting technological transformation and the change of mindset amongst those involved in the industry.

The first start-up emerging from the VEDECOM Institute, Entropy, offers expert knowledge in mobility for individuals, aimed at mobility managers. The proposed solution consists in a decision-assistance tool that helps to show and analyse network usage and user mobility needs. It optimises the positioning and sizing of transport offers to meet the real needs of those travelling.

Finally, VEDECOM Tech, the VEDECOM business subsidiary assessing new mobility solutions, will present the VEDECOM Tech M’OBS solution. M’OBS helps those involved in mobility to improve understanding of their environment, assess the suitability with the regions and deliver the best experience for users.

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Assises de la mobilité : le Député Jean-Marc Zulesi en visite chez VEDECOM

La Ministre chargée des transports Elisabeth Borne a demandé à Jean-Marc Zulesi, député des Bouches-du-Rhône, de présider les ateliers de l’innovation des Assises de la mobilité* dont la mission principale est de structurer une démarche de soutien à l’innovation, avec trois objectifs :
– donner de la visibilité à des initiatives ou bonnes pratiques ;
– identifier les conditions d’essaimage de ces bonnes pratiques, ce qui suppose d’en connaître les leviers et les freins ;
– construire la méthode pour accompagner dans la durée des initiatives, c’est-à-dire proposer à l’État une stratégie de soutien à l’innovation dans les mobilités.

C’est dans ce cadre des visites de lieux d’innovation et des auditions prévues par le comité de suivi des ateliers de l’innovation que Jean Marc Zulesi est venu découvrir fin novembre l’Institut de recherche VEDECOM et comprendre l’avancée de la recherche française en matière de véhicule autonome et de mobilité innovante.

Cette rencontre a non seulement permis aux acteurs de l’atelier de découvrir le fonctionnement de nouvelles technologies développées, mais aussi de prendre connaissance des principaux enjeux liés à leur développement.

Une visite à retrouver en vidéo en cliquant ici.

* Cette grande consultation s’adresse à tous les acteurs du territoire et permettra de préparer la Loi d’orientation des mobilités, présentée au premier semestre 2018.

 

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Avec VEDECOM, la mobilité ça s’apprend !

Les technologies embarquées dans les véhicules autonomes de niveau 4 et 5 constituent un défi pour les concepteurs et sont en perpétuelle évolution. Les nouveaux objets et services connectés de mobilité électrique bouleversent les usages des citoyens, les business models, et représentent un enjeu majeur pour les politiques publiques.

Les transformations du secteur de la mobilité sont multiples et complexes et nécessitent un accompagnement pour tous (industriels, pouvoirs publics, citoyens).

Le constat est le suivant : la mobilité, ça s’apprend !
Afin d’accompagner la montée en compétence de vos collaborateurs, VEDECOM a mis en place des formations spécifiques.  Notre offre est construite en réponse aux besoins des acteurs de la mobilité (industriels, opérateurs, collectivités …) et en cohérence avec les travaux du pôle de compétitivité Mov’eo et de la PFA (Plateforme de la Filière Automobile).

Soucieux de vous faire découvrir les innovations les plus récentes, nos formateurs sont nos experts et chercheurs : ils vous font partager la vision prospective de leur domaine, fondée sur des connaissances issues d’une veille internationale.

De plus, VEDECOM dispose de moyens physiques uniques, permettant d’associer directement théorie et pratique lors des formations : les apprenants ont accès à nos laboratoires, ateliers de prototypage, démonstrateurs et pistes d’essais.
Découvrez notre catalogue et les possibilités de formations sur-mesure (lien ici)

VEDECOM est un Institut de recherche (ITE) et un organisme de formation spécialisé dans les innovations technologiques et les évolutions de la mobilité durable : électrification des véhicules, délégation de conduite et connectivité, mobilité et énergie partagées.

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