French Institute of public/private Research and Training dedicated to sustainable mobility: ecological, automated and shared
Thesis: Vehicle-to-vehicle fast charging from a shared vehicle fleet
Yacine SEHIMI, Researcher PhD Candidate, will submit his thesis on 7 July 2022 at 2 PM on "the design of a vehicle-to-vehicle fast charging network and infrastructure based on a shared vehicle fleet". Sharing would limit the impact of recharging on the grid at times...read more
The results of the French test site of the 5G-MOBIX project in video
Discover in this video the first results of the French team of the European 5G-MOBIX project. This demonstration shows two use cases of 5G for connected and automated mobility.The combination of low latency and very high data rates provides greater reliability and...read more
5G benefits for automated vehicles: first lessons learned by 5G-MOBIX French trial site
The 5G-MOBIX project aims to evaluate the contribution of 5G on connectivity for Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) services and functionalities, under cross-border conditions. The 5G-MOBIX test sites include two cross-border corridors (Greece-Turkey and...read more
Enabling the democratization of electrified vehicles by reducing their total cost of ownership and increasing their performance, range and attractiveness across the entire value chain, including charging systems: power electronics, motorization chain, energy consumption, charging technologies and interactions between the vehicles and the electricity distribution network.
Addressing a major technological breakthrough, the introduction of automated transportation, especially by responding to the challenges of evaluation and validation of the automated or autonomous vehicle, in connection with the local authorities: system performances, perception, connectivity, scenarios of control, on-board and roadside systems, safety and robustness, acceptability.
and Shared Energy
Encouraging the people to change their mobility habits by introducing new practices, towards common good: purchasing a less polluting vehicle such as an electric vehicle, using alternative mobility services such as shared vehicles, introducing new mobility solutions such as automated services, in a predictive approach that includes the individual, economic, legal and ethical aspects.