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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VEDECOM presents ‘Marque ta Route’ (mark your road), a software programme that maintains road markings

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following their introduction onto our roads. To prevent the non-detection of road markings, the
‘Marque ta Route’ project has come up with a range of tools for reliability analysis, and assistance with
replacing road signs. The software – a veritable highways management assistant – won the First Prize
for Innovation in the Buildings/Public Works/Highways category of the Grand Prix de l’Innovation of
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VEDECOM presents VEDETECT, a tool for analysing mobility flows in real time, helping to make the era of flexible transport a reality.

Gridlocked junctions, packed train stations, overcrowded buses… What if the secret to freeing up our cities lay in the real-time management of mobility flows and transport supply? This is what VEDETECT is banking on with the new solution from the VEDECOM Institute, which was a finalist of the Grand Prix de l’Innovation at the Salon des Maires et des Collectivités Locales. Tested with support from the Département des Yvelines, a network of smart sensors enables local communities to monitor traffic in real time, both to regulate it better and to help them to develop their transport policies.

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VEDECOM unveils key results on automated vehicle obtained as part of the AutoMate project

The demonstrations made at the IV2019 event were the opportunity for VEDECOM Institute to unveil key results for its autonomous vehicle. The work, undertaken over three years as part of the European AutoMate project, has led to the sign-off on a level-3 vehicle prototype, fitted with technology modules likely to develop cooperation between the driver and the vehicle. On the basis of mutual communication and observations, the system must be capable of improving both man’s trust in machines and road safety.

Major progress in man and machine working together

The project focused on the human experience and includes some cutting-edge technology: Twenty modules covering perception, managing control of the commands, interpreting human behaviour and predicting changes in the traffic close to the vehicle have been developed. Communication between the vehicle and the driver is established by installing a human-machine interface into the passenger compartment, as well as an augmented reality HMI. A camera behind the steering wheel permanently monitors the driver’s face to have true interaction between man and vehicle. The system provides real reciprocity between man and the machine, both in terms of perception and actions.

VEDECOM heavily involved both in developing the technology modules and the human factors studies

VEDECOM, the major French partner on the project, was allocated a budget of €800,000 to follow through on two key areas: developing and integrating new technologies to the vehicle and human and socio-economic factor studies. In both these fields, the Institute was also in charge of evaluating and approving the technology modules that had been developed.

The prototype – a VEDECOM autonomous vehicle (developed on the basis of the C4 Picasso) – was handed over at the IV2019 event, which is the big worldwide annual conference on vehicle intelligence matters.

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VEDECOM is exporting its know-how to Australia : a level 4 connected and automated vehicle delivered

VEDECOM Research Institute subsidiary VEDECOM Tech delivered a level-4 connected and autonomous vehicle to QUT (Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia) on 6 June 2019. There will be a demonstration in Brisbane in August 2019.

At the same time, the VEDECOM Research Institute is launching a scientific cooperation project with QUT. This partnership will allow France and Australia to accelerate their research on autonomous vehicles in tandem.

The contract is based on VEDECOM Tech manufacturing and delivering an SAE level 4 autonomous vehicle, based on the Renault Zoé. This is the first supply contract for a French demo model outside of Europe. It sounds the starting pistol on an cooperative research programme between Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and VEDECOM Institute, both on the cutting edge of autonomous vehicles.

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