Welcome to the VEDECOM website


As a French public-private partnership the VEDECOM Institute is dedicated to research and training on carbon-free, sustainable individual mobility. Initiated by the Mov'eoTec foundation, and kicked-off in 2012 under the leadership of my predecessor Jérôme Perrin, VEDECOM is now expanding since February 2014 when it was created as "Institute for the Energy Transition" by the French government. It is based on an unprecedented collaboration between industries of the automotive sector, infrastructure and services operators in the mobility eco-system, academic research institutions, and local communities in the Ile de France region. VEDECOM aims at becoming a European innovation leader in the fields of electrified vehicles, autonomous and connected cars, and new infrastructure and services for shared mobility and energy.

Antoine Mullender
Director General Manager

VEDECOM explained on the Yvelines General Council web site

With VEDECOM the research of future vehicles is federated. In Versailles-Satory, VEDECOM gathers members of the automotive and aeronautics sectors, operators in transport, and digital and energy grids, academic research and high education institutions, and local communities. The objective of this new Institute for the Energy Transition supported by the French government and the Yvelines General Council is to become a European leader on Research & Training on the fied of carbon-free vehicle and its mobility (http://www.yvelines.fr/webtv/vedecom/)

Focus on VEDECOM - TV Fil 78

Jérôme Perrin interviewed by Wilfried Richy (7/8 L'actu) on the objectives of VEDECOM gathering unique competences and developing a global approach of the mobility on a territory in the Yvelines.

Workshop Human Cyber Physical System Interaction (H-CPS-I)
September 22nd & 23rd 2014 - Paris

VEDECOM is a cosponsor of the workshop Human Cyber Physical System Interaction - Control for the Human Welfare

The aim of this workshop is therefore to bring together multidisciplinary experts and users to identify new challenges in human-CPS interactions. The workshop will include two tutorials, one dedicated to the state-of-the-art on cooperative human-CPS modeling approaches and one on human-centered haptic shared control. In addition, sessions will address the following topics, among others: human-machine symbiosis, humans as operators of complex systems, humans as agents in multi-agent systems and the human as a part of a controlled system.

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